Browsing Mid-Atlantic Historic Buildings and Landscapes Survey by Title

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  • Center for Historic Architecture and Design (2010-03-05)
    These two houses are significant as examples of the early twentieth century practice of subdividing parcels at the edge of farms to provide housing for family members or for speculative building. 1605 was built between ...
  • Center for Historic Architecture and Design (2009-11-10)
  • Center for Historic Architecture and Design (1984)
  • Jicha, III., Hubert F.; Bensinger, Trish (1984)
  • Unknown author (2006)
  • Siders, Rebecca J.; Melson, Dawn E.; Anderton, Connie; Darsie, Julie; Eubank, Allyson; Hein, Kara; Hershey, Preston; Lanier, Gabrielle; Radu, Cristina; Taylor, Susan; Theimer, Karen; Tweedy, Angela; van den Hurk, Jeroen (Center for Historic Architecture and Design, 1997)
  • College of Urban Affairs and Public Policy (1983)
  • Siders, Rebecca J.; Warner, Pamela; Herman, Bernard L.; Darsie, Julie C.; Melson, Dawn E. (1996-01)
  • Sheppard, Rebecca J.; Morrissey, Catherine; Blair, Melissa; Bonnano, Katie; Engel, Andrew; Keeley, Laura; Nichols, Jennifer; Pouch, Tim (2013-04-23)
    The Augustine Beach Hotel was documented by the Mid-Atlantic Historic Buildings and Landscapes Survey crew in the spring of 2012 as part of the Center for Historic Architecture and Design’s ongoing documentation of historic ...
  • Jicha, III., Hubert F.
  • Bell Farm 
    Hickman, Kennedy; Siders, Rebecca J.; van den Hurk, Jeroen; Dobbs, Kelli W. (1999)
    The Bell House is significant as an example of a typical mid-nineteenth-century small farm dwelling. Built circa 1840, the earliest portion of the house is based on a hall-parlor plan with a paneled winder stair and fireplace ...
  • Center for Historic Architecture and Design; Taylor, Susan; Siders (Sheppard), Rebecca J. (2006)
  • Bourque, Monique; Herman, Bernard; Siders, Rebecca; Zeigler, Nancy (Center for Historic Architecture and Design, University of Delaware, Newark, DE, 1990-02)
    The documentation of the Lancaster County Almshouse and Hospital was funded by a gift from the Edward Hand Medical Heritage Foundation to the Delaware Valley Threatened Buildings Survey at the University of Delaware. The ...
  • McCarthy, Deidre C.; Siders, Rebecca J.; Herman, Bernard L.; Darsie, Julie C.; Melson, Dawn E.; Nelson, Louis P. (Center for Historic Architecture and Engineering, 1996)
    Buttonwood is a significant example of the type of rural dwelling associated with residents of the town of New Castle who owned both urban and rural residences. Buttonwood also exhibits a unique floor plan with two sets ...
  • Herman, Bernard L.; Ames, David L. (1980)
    The Captain Thomas Mendenhall House was erected in the last decade of the eighteenth century on the northwest corner of Front and Walnut Streets, facing what was then Wilmington's commercial waterfront along the Christina River.
  • Sheppard, Rebecca J.; Shaw, Stephanie; Walker, Victoria; Toney, Kimberly; Cole, Anna Blinn; Lodal, Gena; Selway, Rachel (2009)
    This report is a survey and physical evaluation of historic properties outside of the National Register of Historic Places Milton Historic District in the Town of Milton, Sussex County, Delaware (S-1110). The purpose of ...
  • Dobbs, Kelli W.; Siders (Sheppard), Rebecca J. (2000)
  • Siders (Sheppard), Rebecca J.; Everett, Jeffrey; Puleo, Kevin; Brossman, Romy (2000)
  • Center for Historic Architecture and Engineering
    The dramatic transformations that have taken place in Delaware's rural and urban landscapes over the past decade have exacted a tremendous and irreversible toll on the built environment. Abandonment, vandalism, demolition, ...

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