To preserve historic and cultural resources, we must first know they exist. Architectural and archeological surveys identify significant properties in neighborhoods, communities, and entire counties. Published inventories of such sites can be indispensable in raising a community's awareness of its cultural heritage and in its planning efforts. The most important resources identified through surveys have potential for state and national landmark designation. Moreover, the information and photographs generated by a survey create an irreplaceable record of the present state of that heritage.
THC’s target survey and inventory increase
THC Historic Resources Survey Library Spreadsheet
For THC staff, consultants, and researchers, a catalog spreadsheet of the THC Historic Resources Survey Library has been made available. This list includes various reports including surveys, NR nominations, preservation plans, design guidelines, etc. These reports are available for perusal at the THC and many are available in electronic formats.
Please contact Leslie Wolfenden at 512.463.3386 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or for access to these reports.
Revised THC Survey Forms, Database and Manual
The THC has revised the Historic Resources Survey form, Access database and manual. These are intended to assist consultants and communities conduct surveys. The Historic Resources Survey Form Manual and a Historic Resources Survey Form are available for download. To receive the full survey packet, please contact Survey Coordinator Leslie Wolfenden.
For further assistance, please contact Leslie Wolfenden at 512.463.3386 or email@example.com.