PART 1 - Evaluation of Significance
One completed and signed original "Historic
Preservation Certification Application, Part 1 - Evaluation of
Significance" with all line items filled out.
One photocopy of the completed and
signed original "Historic Preservation Certification Application, Part
1 - Evaluation of Significance" with all line items filled out.
Good quality photographs, 35 mm, no
smaller than 3x5, including...
NOTE: Separate sets of photographs must be provided with each part of the Historic Preservation Certification Application as submitted. Photographs will become a permanent part of the project record. Two (2) copies of each set of photographs must be provided. One set will be retained at the National Park Service offices in Washington D.C. and the other will be retained at the SHPO.
» One view of each elevation of the
» Views that show the building in relation to others on the street (streetscape)
» Exterior views of important elements, features, and details
» Interior views of important elements, features, and details
» Copies of historic photographs, if available, which are useful in demonstrating the retention of
historic materials and character
» Photocopies of photographs have not been submitted
» Photographs are labeled with the following information:
º Building name
º Building address
º The date the photograph was taken
º A description of what is shown in the photograph
º Each photograph is numbered in sequence
A photograph key indicating where each
photograph was taken on a floor plan or plot plan
A map showing the location of the
building in the city within which it is located. For a building that
is located in a National Register Historic District, the map shows the
entire district and the location of the building in the district. If
you do not have easy access to National Register Historic District maps,
please contact the SHPO. We can provide a copy of the map of National
Register listed districts.
Additional information may be required in cases where a building is considered an exception to National Register criteria, including moved buildings, buildings less than fifty years old, and other special circumstances. Additional information may also be required if the Part 1 requests "decertification" of a "certified historic structure". Contact the SHPO for further instructions.
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