9780890133798

Recording a Vanishing Legacy : The Historic American Buildings Survey in New Mexico, 1933-today

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    9780890133798

  • ISBN10:

    0890133794

  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2001-04-01
  • Publisher: Univ of New Mexico Pr
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Summary

Created in 1933, the Historic American Buildings Society (HABS) federal programme established the first systematic identification and documentation of historic buildings throughout the US. This is a complete history of HABS in New Mexico, an on-going project dedicated to the preservation of four centuries of architecture. The starting point for a more profound understanding of New Mexico legacy of historic architecture and a renewed effort to preserve what remains.

Table of Contents

Foreword ix
Charles E. Peterson
Acknowledgments x
Editor's Acknowledgments xi
Sponsors xii
The Historic American Buildings Survey xiii
PART ONE: BACKGROUND
The History of Habs Nationwide
1(8)
James C. Massey
Habs Recording in New Mexico
9(14)
Sally Hyer
PART TWO: FIRST-PERSON ACCOUNTS
The 1934 Habs Project
23(16)
Victor Hornbein
The Bainbridge Bunting Years
39(8)
Agnesa Reeve
Richard Schalk
Photogrammetric Recording of Communal Architecture
47(10)
Perry E. Borchers
Habs Recording Today
57(12)
Morgan Rieder
PART THREE: NEW MEXICO ARCHITECTURE
Pueblo Structures and Worldview
69(6)
Rina Swentzell
Residential Recording
75(8)
George Clayton Pearl
Religious Architecture and Sites
83(10)
Chris Wilson
Civic Buildings
93(8)
Charles D. Biebel
CONCLUSION 101(34)
Sally Hyer
PART FOUR: HABS INVENTORY FOR NEW MEXICO
How to Use the Inventory
103(2)
New Mexico Inventory
105(21)
Sally Hyer
APPENDIXES
Appendix A Additional Resources for Habs Research
126(3)
Appendix B Habs Collections in New Mexico
129(6)
Jan Dodson Barnhart
Carol Joiner
Notes 135(4)
Glossary of Architectural Terms 139(4)
Carleen Lazzell
Boyd C. Pratt
Selected Bibliography 143

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