MHP Student Research, Projects & Work

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Historic Structures Reports


Students participating in the Master of Historic Preservation program come from various academic backgrounds and geographic locations. The UGA MHP program is proud of our students’ work and especially their final thesis projects; the list below includes completed topics through the Spring 2014 semester.

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  • Beaty, John M. Secondary Fermentation: The Adaptive Use of American Breweries Built Between 1865 and 1919
  • Bredenko, Barbara. Adhering to the Secretary of Interior’s Standards: Three Antique Wood Carousel Restoration and Their Very Different, and Similar, Results
  • Burdette, Frank. Humidity Control in Buildings
  • Cochran, Christopher. As Giants Sleep: An Assessment of United States Local Historic Preservation Commissions
  • DeViney, Claudia. From Spirit to Structure: State of Georgia Historical Camp Meeting Grounds
  • Franklin, Patrick. Daniel Pratt: The Milledgeville Houses
  • Hudson, Helen Anne. Streamline Modern Greyhound Bus Terminals: A Dying Breed
  • Kersel, Morag. We Sell History: Issues in the Illicit Trade of Antiquities and Cultural Repatriation
  • Lawrence, Sandra. Interpretation of the National Park Service
  • Marshall, Susan Hamilton. The Role of American Women in Historic Preservation and Their Influence on the Profession: A Georgia Perspective
  • Pfister, Thomas Paul. Preservation Revolving Funds: The Cases of Historic Landmarks Foundations of Indiana and Preservation North Carolina
  • Renell, Jacqueline. Store-wide Sale: The Adaptive Use of Downtown Department Stores
  • Walsh, Timothy Ryan. Elements of Style: A Survey and Analysis of Historic Fence Design
  • Webb, Lee Alexander. The Evolution of Atlanta’s Historic In-town Residential Neighborhoods Including Morning Side, Virginia Highland, and the Auburn District


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  • Blizzard, Dana Cherie. “There are Little Silent Places Where…the Stories of Ages Find Voice”: Interpreting the Homes of Southern Writers
  • Harris, Frances Katherine Parr. West Virginia Homeplaces: A Study of Architectural Resources in the Appalachian Corridor H Project Area
  • Hastie, Winslow Warren. Conservation in the Ashley River Historic District
  • Hinder, Kimberly Dee. The Preservation of Large Estates in Florida with an Adaptive Reuse Proposal for the Preservation of Pearce-Lockett Estate
  • Leynes, Jennifer Brown. Paternalism, Progressivism, and the Built Environment: The West Point Manufacturing Company Towns of Langdale and Shawmut, Alabama
  • Lonnee, William Robert Bruce. Preserving the American Drive-In Theater
  • Mason, Amber Rebecca. The Effects of Historic District Regulation in Three Historic Districts: Macon, Georgia’s In-town District, New Orleans, Louisiana’s Vieux Carre District, Greenville, South Carolina’s Hampton-Pinckney District
  • Morgan, Julie Camille. An Analysis of the Use of Preservation Easements for Historic Interiors
  • Picaro, Alicia Victoria. The American Motor Court: Its Past, Present, and Future
  • Rierson, Autumn Leigh. Where East Meets West: Cultural Property Laws in China and the United States
  • Rodrigue, Dorothy Merritt. This Old Courthouse: Georgia Historic Courthouse Preservation at the End of the 20th Century
  •  Sawyer, Kimberly Dawn Cruce. The Preservation of Cold War Resources Through the Legacy of Resource Management Program
  • Veregin, Margaret Ann Callister. Section 106 & Highway Development
  • Weiss, Paige Lindgren. Commemoration of Civil Rights Sites of the Mid-Twentieth Century: Case Studies of the Selma Voter Registration Drive and the Selma to Montgomery March Sites
  • Woodard, Sarah Amanda. Connection Between Fewer Wrecking Balls and Smiling Faces: Historic Preservation and Quality of Life


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  • Braddock, Virginia Lynne. Indicators of Success in Nonprofit Statewide Historic Preservation Organizations 
  • Bryant, Stella Gray. Organizational Effectiveness for Historic Preservation Non-Profits
  • Ciucevich, Robert Anthony. Providing a Future for Historic Streetcar Lines
  • Durham, Alan Ryan. Georgia Scenic Byways: A Tool for Historic Preservation Planning
  • Gaylen, Susan Cheryl. Heritage Tourism in Appalachia: A Case Study in Grayson County, Virginia
  • Goldstein, B. Colleen. The Evolution and Significance of the Front Porch in American Culture
  • Groover, Amy Melissa. John Volk, Architect: A Study of His Work in the Palm Beaches
  • Joines, Sherry Jane. Up Before Dawn: A Profile of Farms and Farm Ways in Alleghany County, North Carolina
  • Martinson, Lauren Burlison. Revitalization and Preservation in Alabama’s Textile Mill Villages
  • Mishra, Ashish. Sustainable Design and Energy Conservation in Historic Preservation
  • Mullen, Amanda Kirsten. Evaluating Success of Main Street Programs in Georgia
  • Porter, Gary Lynn. Preservation Technology Programming Recommendations for Preservation Trades Education
  • Robinson, Brian Scott. Historically Significant Signage: Challenges in the Streetscape
  • Slocum, Allison Bethea. State Archival Photographic Collections and Their Potential for Preservation Applications
  • Squier, Jeffery T. Learning About Our Past For a Purpose: Heritage Education, Education Standards, and Critical Thinking
  • Torbett, Shannon Reynolds. An Analysis of Affordable Housing Strategies for Urban Residential Historic Districts
  • Van Voorhies, Christine U. Georgia’s Archeological Resources: Their Consideration on the Local Government Level
  • Woodhull, Cheri Michele. Jekyll Island’s Hollybourne: A Turn of the Century Architectural Museum
  • Young, Kelly. Relocated Structures in Recreated History Villages



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  • Anderson, Alicia Kay. Shrines to Sport: American Ballparks
  • Bedingfield, Amanda. The Thames River at Oxford: A Character Appraisal
  • Carter, Joanna Ruth. The Section 106 and 4(f) Processes: An Evaluation of Effectiveness and the Preservation Consultant’s Role
  • Cassady, Jane Tyson. Preserving Cultural and Historic Landscapes: A Study of Preservation Policies and Techniques
  • Chancellor, Mark Douglas. A Preservation Study of Northwest Florida
  • Cliett, Melissa Marie. The Regulation of Religious Properties Against First Amendment Challenges Under Federal Law
  • Heeb, Mark William. Sapelo Island, Georgia: Analysis of a Multiple Period Landscape Using National Park Service Landscape Preservation Methodology
  • Hitchcock, Susan Lee. The Colonial Revival Gardens of Hubert Bond Owens
  • Kierman, Elaine Kathleen. “I Would Have A Howse Stronge In Timber”: The Eighteenth Century Connecticut Heavy-Timbered House, A Historic House Form with Modern Structural Problems
  • Koehler, Sheila Kathryn. Interpretation of Historic Houses: The Incorporation of Architectural Significance in Interpretation
  • Maul, Jennifer L. Preservation Issues and Historic Public Housing
  • Miller, Gail Frances. The Preservation of Country Place Era Properties in Coastal Georgia
  • Robertson, Chase Lovewell. The Impact of Bed and Breakfasts on Historic Preservation: In Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana
  • Watson, Marcus Warren. The Effective Marketing of Historic Properties Through the Education of Real Estate Professionals



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  • Baldwin, Gail Marlene Taylor. Apalachee, Georgia: Preservation of Historic Resource in the Unincorporated Rural Community
  • Barker, Elizabeth Kelley. American Empire Furniture: Its Impact on the State of Georgia
  • Blencoe, Corrine Victoria. Preservation Strategies for Three Lakeside Communities in Georgia: Lake Rabun, Mountain Park, and Bishop Lake
  • Diehlmann, Nicole Alexis. Learning from Controversy: The Maryland Experience: Nimbys, Local Historic Districts, and Citizen Participation
  • Foell, Stephanie Sue. Agricultural Museums: Interpretation and Authenticity
  • Goetcheus, Cari Lyn. Visual Concerns for Historic Sites: A Survey Review of Visual Assessment Methodologies and Proposal for Historic Sites
  • Green, Evelyn L. The Impact of Film Industry Activity on Historic Communities in Georgia: Creating the Incentive to Preserve
  • Malone, Katherine Eugenia. Heritage Education at the Community Level
  • McAuliff, Kevin Patrick. Accommodating New Eucharistic Liturgies in Traditional Churches: The Intersection of Theology and Architecture in the Roman Catholic and Anglican Communions
  • McClure, Jill Cathleen. The Interior Scenery and Decoration of William Jay: A Study of His Architecture in Savannah and Charleston
  • Mercer, Chloe Shana. Preservation Building Crafts Enlighten Disadvantaged Youth and Strengthen Quality of Life
  • Messer, Scott Eric. A Profile of “Rural Historic Districts” on the National Register of Historic Places
  • Miles, Diana Greer. Revitalization and Preservation in Two Textile Mill Villages in South Carolina
  • Tarlov, Jane Alison. Education and Employer Expectations for Preservation Professionals in the Nineties
  • Worgan, Glenn Simpson. Federal Period Paint Colors Used on Exterior Shutters and Window Trim in Coastal Cities and Towns



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  • Anderson, Sherry Jean. Pre-1955 Tourist Attraction in Florida: A Developmental History and Analysis of Significance
  • Cullison, David Charles. J.W. Barnett: The Influence of the Architect and City Engineer on the Physical Development of Athens, Georgia 1889-1930
  • Davis, Laurel Denise. Effective Fundraising for Small House Museums
  • Evans, Martha Lillian. The Interpretation of Abandoned Rural Communities and the National Park Service
  • Franks, Kathryn Anne. Enka, North Carolina: New Planning in an Early Twentieth Century Mill Town
  • Horton, James Alexander. The Fast-Food Restaurant and the Historic District: Respecting Community Identity
  • Martin, Jorene Theresa. Successful Self-Guided Resource Materials in Heritage Education Programs
  • Masterman, Amy Reynolds. On-Location in North Carolina: The Use of Cultural Resources in Filmmaking
  • Price, Wendy Lyn. Protecting the Rural Landscape: A Compilation of State Enabling Legislation for Rural Preservation and Open Space Conservation
  • Tarpley, Michelle Leigh. Preserving Historic Downtown Commercial Building Through Residential Use in Small Town Georgia



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  • Glover, Guerry. Lead Based Paint: The Increasing Awareness of Its Dangers and the Role of Preservationists in Developing a Solution to Its Problems
  • Goodman, Hugh David. The Role of the Builder-Architect in the Domestic Architecture of John McComb, Jr.
  • Griffin, Kelly Glasgow. A Study of the Development and Regional Influences of the Greek Revival Period of Architecture in Mississippi with Interpretive Planning Guidelines for Its Interiors
  • Hardison, Lillian Hooper. Coca-Cola Bottling Plants in Georgia: The Preservation of Standardized Early 20th Century Commercial Buildings
  • Janicki, Joan Carole. Preserving Historic Resources in New Subdivision Development: Promising Developments in the Maryland Suburbs
  • Larimore, Denise Rachael. Let the Stones Speak: Interpreting Civil War Monuments at Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park
  • Malone, Constance Marie. The Adaptive Use of Abandoned Railroad Depots in Northeast Georgia’s Small Towns
  • Michael, Michelle Ann. The Rise of the Regional Architect in North Carolina as Seen Through the Manufacturer’s Record
  • Townes, Bryan Landon. The Adaptive Use of Abandned Turn-of-the-Century Schools in Small Georgia Communities
  • Ungaro, Maurice A. Rehabilitating Historic Hotels
  • Walker, Robert Burke. Georgia’s Carnegie Libraries: A Study of Their History, Their Existing Conditions, and Conservation



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  • Christian, Anne Catherine. Using a Revolving Loan to Acquire, Rehabilitate, and Re-sell Historic Homes for Affordable Housing
  • Kelly, William Bryan. Preserving Historic Downtowns of University Cities Through Traditional Use as Location for Retail Businesses
  • McDowell, Ellen Burton. Documenting Antebellum Interiors in the Lower Mississippi River Valley: A Guide to Historic Research for House Museums
  • Strickland, Tiffany Tuley. House Museum Education Programs: Reinforcing School Subjects Through a Visual Experience
  • Turner, Cathleen D. The Wright Brother’s Memorial: A Study in the Application of the Context-Based Approach to Evaluating Significance
  • Vogel, Lisa Diane. Southern Textile Mills and the National Register of Historic Places: A Framework for Evaluation
  • Wyatt, Eric Michael. Historic Structures of Rural Dallas County, Alabama: An Overview of Resources and Alternatives for the Conservation of the County’s Built Environment



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  • Hudson, Charlton. Historic Preservation and Affordable Housing
  • Maddox, Janice Wilma. The Derivation of the Urn Motif: A First Study of the Decorative Use of Urns in European and American Architecture
  • Rine, Ruth Kristin. Agricultural Resource Protection Programs in Pennsylvania: An Analysis and Application


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  • Butler, C. Scott. Windows in Georgia: Technological and Stylistic Changes as an Aid in Dating Historic Buildings, 1733-1945
  • Hirschy, Susan Alden. Historic Property Appraisals: Residential Real Estate Valuation
  • Houston, Katherine Lewis. Evaluating Residential Rehabilitation and Resale Business Potentials
  • Sebree, Michelle. The Development and Preservation of Coral Gables, Florida: An Early Twentieth Century Thematic Suburb
  • Terrell, Elinor Greta. The House Museum: A Tool for Teaching History
  • Wright, Elliott Kipling. Historic Preservation Polls: Purpose, Method, and Application



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  • Jones, Lynn M. The Design of National Park Visitors Centers: The Relationship Between Buildings and Their Sites
  • Latham, Dan Hill. Georgia Marble: A Study of Its Production and Architectural Use Before World War II
  • Turner, Mary Julia. Surveying Industrial Era Vernacular Architecture



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  • Casey, Susan Elizabeth. Historic Preservation and the Festival Marketplace: Utilizing Historic Structures in Small Cities
  • Cleveland, Martin Todd. The Economic Impact of Historic Preservation on Local Economies
  • Clower, Jennifer M. The University of Virginia’s Historic Renovation Corporation: A Model for Providing Improved Historic Housing for Students
  • Dixon, Lori Ann. The Hotel Oakwood: A Case Study in Adaptive Use Planning
  • Gromlich, Bonnie Flanagan. Design Guidelines for Historic Districts
  • Harris, Virginia Jan. The Absence of Self-Awareness of Potential Local Historic Preservation Organizations
  • Strong, Jeanne Mansell. Historic Preservation Commission and Computer Technology: Potentials for Immediate Application
  • Vinson, John Chalmers. The Development of Historic Preservation as a Profession in the United States and the State of Georgia: A Study of the History, Present Status, and Future Prospects of Historic Preservation as a Professional Endeavor
  • Wilson-Martin, Catherine Louise. UNESCO World Heritage List: An Assessment of the City of Savannah



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  • Edge, Carolyn Paris. The Career of C. Wilmer Heery of Athens, Georgia, Architect
  • Hubbell, Robin. Historic Georgia Lighthouses: A Study of Their History and an Examination of Their Present Physical State for Historic Preservation Purposes
  • Hudson, Karen Elaine. The Historic Farmstead Agriculture of Oglethorpe County: A Preliminary Step Toward the Development of a Standard Typology and Nomenclature for Piedmont Georgia
  • Mason, Vickie Elaine. Vernacular Buildings in the Northwestern Piedmont of North Carolina: A Study of Rural Dwellings in Alexander and Caldwell Counties



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  • Adams, Julian Wade. G. Lloyd Preacher, Southern Architect: A Study of His Career
  • Bowers, Sybil Argintar. Creative Financing for Downtown Revitalization
  • Glickman, Sara Orton. Historic Resources in African-American Neighborhoods of Piedmont Georgia
  • Prevette, Olive Bumgarner. The Cottage Gardens of Georgia and the Carolinas, 1850-1900: A Guide for Contemporary Homeowners
  • Butler, Donna Leigh Ratchford. The Use of Easements on Historic Structures: A Survey and Analysis of Easement Holding Organizations in Georgia, Louisiana, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia


Professional internships are strongly encouraged for students in the Master of Historic Preservation Program at the University of Georgia.  They may be taken for credit. Over the summer of 2017, several students from the MHP program completed internships in a variety of fields. A few of them are highlighted below.

Georgia Historic Theatres Project

Student Shannon Winterhalter completed an internship with the Georgia Historic Theatres Project transferring information into Georgia’s Natural, Archaeological and Historic Resources GIS and identifying key preservation partners and platforms that would raise interest in the project itself.  For more information on her work and her findings, check out Shannon’s final presentation for the GHTP


Find it! Program

Students Sean Griffith, Emma Keethler, Jamie Locke, and Audrey Thomas worked with the FindIt! Program to complete cultural resource surveys in Bacon, Brantley, and Pierce Counties. This included conducting field surveys to identify and document historic properties, as well as entering this data into Georgia’s Natural, Archaeological, and Historic Resources GIS. FindIt! is housed in the Center for Community Design and Preservation at the College of Environment and Design here at the University of Georgia. For more information please visit:

Digital Archiving with the Newnan-Coweta Historical Society

Lauren Waldroop worked on a digital archiving project with the Newnan-Coweta Historical Society. The county newspaper ran a 30-year series of old photographs. These thousands of photographs were given to the historical society, and were in need of organization and digitization. Lauren helped define a methodology for inventory and digitization of the photographs. She looked at the microfilm the University of Georgia library has for the paper, and scanned all of the images she could find. With over 1500 images, she has inventoried over half of the images, and has begun making those images available online. Click here to see the online archive!

Click here to see a partial list of more places at which students have recently completed internships.

Adirondack Architectural Heritage – Camp Santanoni, Newcomb, NY
Advisory Council on Historic Preservation, Washington, DC
Athens-Clarke Heritage Foundation, Athens, GA
Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Chartres, Chartres, France
Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forest, Gainesville, GA
College of Family and Consumer Sciences, University of Georgia, Athens, GA
Cultural Landscape Laboratory, University of Georgia, Athens, GA
Decatur Historic Preservation Commission, Decatur, GA
FindIT, University of Georgia, Athens, GA
Fox Theatre Institute, Atlanta, GA
Georgia Museum of Art, Athens, GA
Georgia State Historic Preservation Office, Mary Gregory Jewett Internship, Stockbridge, GA
Historic Cobbham Foundation, Athens, GA
Historic Macon Foundation, Macon, GA
J. W. Fanning Institute for Leadership Development, University of Georgia, Athens, GA
Lawrence-Douglas County Planning Commission, Lawrence, KS
Lord Aeck Sargent, Atlanta, GA
Madison-Morgan Conservancy, Madison, GA
Maryland Historical Trust, Crownsville, MD
Meadow Garden, Georgia State Society NSDAR, Augusta, GA
Mt. Rushmore National Memorial, SD
National Trust for Historic Preservation, Washington, DC
Newnan-Coweta Historical Society, Coweta County, GA
Northeast Georgia Regional Commission, Athens, GA
Partners for Sacred Places, Fort Worth, TX
Preservation Society of Charleston, Charleston, SC
Presonomics, Atlanta, GA
T. R. R. Cobb House, Watson-Brown Foundation, Athens, GA
Thomasville Landmarks, Thomasville, GA
Thousand Island Park Corporation, Thousand Island Park, NY
US/ICOMOS, Washington, DC; Cape Coast. Ghana; Split, Croatia
Waycaster & Associates Architects, Natchez, MS
Woodrow Hall, Birmingham, AL

Site Visits and Events

MHP Reception - 2017

On Sunday August 27, 2017, MHP students and faculty gathered at the home of Program Coordinator James Reap to enjoy the annual MHP Reception.  It provided an opportunity for everyone to get to spend some quality time together outside of Denmark Hall.  



















New Student Orientation - 2017

New MHP students for 2017 gathered the week before school began to orient themselves to the MHP program at UGA.  Activities for the week included several guided tours of Athens including a campus tour, a cemetery tour with Professor Goetcheus and a style tour with Dr. Reinberger.  Students also had the chance to familiarize themselves with UGA through the general new student orientation and a talk with Dr. Brown. Throughout the week students had opportunities to be advised with Professor Reap. For many students, the highlight of the weeklong orientation was a trip to Macon where they met with Historic Macon led by alum Ethiel Garlington and NewTown Macon. They also toured the Hay House, the Spring House, Capricorn Studios, and a neighborhood under revitalization.  The week ended with a Social Hour hosted by SHPO at the Founders House.  

Neighborhood under Revitalization

Capricorn Studios

The Spring House

The Hay House

For more details on Orientation 2017, click here. 


Field Study, Charleston, SC - 2017

For the 2017 Charleston Field Study, students visited a variety of historic sites and met with different preservation professionals in the Charleston area.  Sites visited included the Nathaniel Russell House, the Aiken Rhett House, St. Michael’s Church, and the Old Slave Mart in Charleston.  Outside of the city students visited Boone Hall, Charles Pinckney National Historic Site, and Drayton Hall.  From these visits students were able to see the differences between privately and publicly run sites in terms of both management and interpretation.  Students met with professionals from the Preservation Society of Charleston, the director of the City of Charleston’s Department of Planning, Preservation, and Sustainability, young alumni, and students from the College of Charleston/Clemson University’s Historic Preservation Program.  Between all these planned tours and visits, students had ample time to explore the historic city and eat all the delicious food it had to offer.  To read more about their trip to Charleston, read the full story here.


MHP Reception - 2016

The MHP Reception was held the on Sunday September 18, 2016 inside the Founder’s House.  Despite the rainy weather outside, students, faculty, and alumni enjoyed light hor d’oeuvres and pleasant company on the inside.

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New Student Orientation - 2016

First year MHP students enjoyed a 3 day orientation beginning August 5th.  Students were introduced to the program, the university, and Athens on the first day and enjoyed tours of campus and downtown while learning what resources are available to them.  The following Monday, students visited the Shield Ethridge Heritage Farm.  There they toured the many outbuildings of the farm and learned about the non-profit Shields-Ethridge Heritage Farm Foundation.  This visit gave insight into preservation issues concerning non-profits and outdoor museums.  For their final day of orientation, students spent the day in Historic Wilkes County.  Led by alumna and Main Street Director Elizabeth Elliot for the day, the students started with a visit to Kettle Creek, a Revolutionary War battlefield, in the morning.  Lunch at the historic Fitzpatrick Hotel included talks from various city and county officials.  Students were given free time to explore the downtown area before reconvening at the North Alexander School, a site which has been the recipient of numerous grants and is in the process of being adapted for new uses.  Finally, students concluded the day with a visit to Peacewood, a beautifully restored 1790s plantation home.

Listening to military strategies to understand the Kettle Creek Battlefield

Listening to military strategies to understand the Kettle Creek Battlefield

Students walk through the North Alexander School in Washington

Students walk through the North Alexander School in Washington

Shields Ethridge Farm

Shields Ethridge Farm

Alumni Elizabeth Elliot led the students around Washington-Wilkes.

Alumna Elizabeth Elliot led the students around Washington-Wilkes.

















Field Study, Savannah, GA - 2016

The first year MHP students went to Savannah February 18-20. The students met with the Historic Savannah Foundation and Ellen Harris and Sarah Farr [‘13] at the Savannah Chatham County Metropolitan Planning Commission to see the differences in public and private preservation. The students also visited several sites in and around the city including Fort Pulaski and the Owens-Thomas House. In order to understand the breadth of professions that historic preservation can encompass, they visited an archaeological site on Skidaway Island and went on an African American tour of Savannah. Students and professors met with a few alumni at the Ordinary Pub. Inger Wood and her 6-month-old baby were among them.


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Historic Structures Reports

The National Parks Services defines HSRs as “A historic structure report provides documentary, graphic, and physical information about a property’s history and existing condition.” HSRs are vital resources in preservation planning. Below are examples of HSRs completed by students and show the variety of building types students are exposed to.

Shields Ethridge

Lehmann House

Oconee County High School

Denmark Hall HSR

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