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Historic preservation.

Subject Source: Fast

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Herschel E. Shepard Papers

Identifier: MSS 0417
Abstract Collection documenting Herschel E. Shepard's expertise in Florida's historic architecture and his many contributions to preservation and restoration in the state. Shepard's work covers the entire range of Florida's architectural past, including restoration of landmark buildings such as the 1902 Florida State Capitol in Tallahassee and reconstruction of such historically significant sites as the Second Seminole War era Fort Foster and the Spanish mission site of San Luis de Apalachee....
Dates: 1961-2009

Historic Preservation Institutes at the University of Florida Records

Identifier: Series 203

General files, reports and terminal projects, photographs, AV, and architectural drawings from the University of Florida’s two Preservation Institutes, Preservation Institute Nantucket and Preservation Institute Caribbean.

Dates: 1972 - 2013

Roy Graham Photographs and Publications

Identifier: MSS 0501

Architecture slides used by Roy E. Graham in his Historic Preservation courses at the University of Florida as well as for other various projects he worked on in his career. Also includes some of his writings, publications, and research material.

Dates: 1966 - 2011

University of Florida Historic Preservation Collection

Identifier: MSS 0395

Historic preservation documents, reports, terminal projects, and other resources created by faculty and students belonging to the College of Architecture at the University of Florida.

Dates: 1966-1993