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6B - Update Memo July 1St, 2009 TO: Landmarks Board FROM: James Hewat, Chris Meschuk SUBJECT: Update Memo Whittier and University Hill School Projects Reviewed by the Ldre at the June 3rd meeting. Addition to Whittier School referred to the full Board. Post WW-II Residential Subdivision Survey and Context Comments from the Board and staff on the draft intensive survey forms have been submitted to TEC. Work is underway completing the forms. The final draft of the context and survey will be presented to the Board at the August meeting. Valmont Mill Staff is working on a Colorado Historical Society condition assessment grant application. 2009 CLG Grant Application The grant to digitize the survey forms and photographs is underway. New and Pending Land Use Review Applications Planning Board Calendar See attached. Stay-of-Demolition Status Summary, July 1St, 2009 Date of Date Stay Date of Address Construction Imposed Expiration Current Status None. Landmark Applications: Second reading of Washington School Landmark Designation, July 81h,2009. Landmark applications for 1143 & 1155 13th Street - on August or September Landmarks Board agenda. r Historic Pre-Application Comments For 1143 and 1155 131h Street Overall, historic preservation staff is very supportive of the direction this proposal is taking and considers that landmarking the buildings may provide the applicant with the most flexibility in terms of constructing significant additions to these commercial properties. Identified Options: Staff has identified three possible options the applicant may take to proceed with this application: 1. Consider landmarking the buildings. This would allow for the opportunity for an informal landmark alteration review of the additions by the Landmarks design review committee (Ldre). 2. Redesign the proposal to stay below the threshold for demolition (as explained below covering a roof is considered to be a demolition, see below). 3. Submit the current proposal to the design review committee for review for demolition review. This could result in one or both of the buildings being referred to the full Landmarks Board for review, and possible imposition of stays of demolition on each for periods of up to 180 days. Staff encourages the applicant to proceed with option 1. This would allow for informal review of the proposals, under the General Design Guidelines, as though the buildings were landmarked. If, through this process, the applicant were to find that landmarking would allow for significant additions, the applicant could then apply to landmark the buildings. The advantage to this option is that the ldre could provide feedback to the applicant on the proposal relatively quickly. If the applicant were to go forward with landmark designation of the buildings, it would provide the ability to apply for state historic preservation tax credits (up to 20% of qualifying costs of up to $250,000 for each property), and a city permit fee waiver. Buildings History The street facing portion of the building at 114313th Street was originally constructed as an addition to the front of a late nineteenth century, two-story brick house in the late 1920s. Research indicates that the original house was demolished in the 1960s. A one-story rear warehouse addition was added to 1143 13th Street in 1973. 12 The Tudor-Revival influenced building at 1155 131h Street was constructed in 1956 and for many years housed Kinsley & Company, a men's clothing firm established on the hill.in 1949. A 2008 historic resurvey of the University Kill area recommended that because of date of construction, historic significance, and relatively high degree of historic integrity, the properties at 114313th Street and 115513th Street should both be considered potentially contributing to the potential University Hill local landmark district and National Register of Historic Properties eligible district (see attached cultural resource re-evaluation forms). Demolition: Staff has reviewed the proposed additions to the buildings and finds that, as submitted, each would constitute a demolition. At 114313th Street, plans show more than forty nine percent (49%) of the roof to be removed and/or covered by new construction, and therefore a demolition as defined in Section 9-11-16 of the Boulder Revised Code. As shown, plans to insert a new opening on the west elevation of the building to provide for an interior ramp would not constitute a demolition. Plans for 115513th Street also indicate that more than forty nine percent (49%) of the roof is to be removed and/or covered by new construction, and therefore is also..a demolition. In addition, plans to remove a portian.of the-wall at the south, end of the east (street facing) elevation would constitute a demolition as defined in the code. Site Review Comments for 410 Alpine Avenue The Boulder County Tax Assessor record for this property indicates the vernacular wood frame house was constructed by 1901. Research undertaken in 1995 during the historic survey of the property has also revealed that in 1918 the Mrs. Elizabeth Crocker lived in the house. Crocker came to Altona (north of Boulder) from Cooneville, Missouri in 1879 with her father Carter T. Stewart. Though somewhat altered, staff is of the opinion that the property is eligible for designation as a local landmark for its architectural significance as a relatively well-preserved vernacular frame house dating from the turn-of-the-twentieth century- A condition of site review usually calls for an application for the designation of identified historic resources in the project area be made per Section 2.33 of the Boulder Valley Comprehensive Plan, Preservation of Historic and Cultural Resources. However, because landmarking has usually been made a condition of site review in the case of significant redevelopment projects and the subject request will likely have a relatively minor impact on the historic resource, staff considers that providing the applicant with some flexibility regarding the conditions of site review appropriate. Therefore the applicant may either have: 1) Site Review approval with the condition that an application to designate the building an individual local historic landmark be made prior to issuance of a building permit, or 2) Site Review approval with the condition that no exterior changes to the front (north) face of the house take place, that any future exterior changes to the building will require Site Review approval and that a requirement of any such approval may call for the submission of an application to designate the building as an individual local landmark. Designation of the building would provide the property owner with the opportunity to take advantage of a state historic preservation tax credit (20% of the project cost up to $50,000) for the restoration of the house. Please contact James Hewat at 303.441.3207 if you have questions, or need more information regarding this matter. COLORADO CULTURAL RLSOURCE SUnVEY CAHP14D5 Cultural Resource Re-evaluation Form Rev. 9198 Page 1 of 3 1. Resource Number: 5BL2886 2. Temp. Resource Number; 14 Street Address: 1143 1P Street, Boulder, Colorado 80302 3. Attachments 4. Official determination (check as many as apply) (OAHP USE ONLY) X Photographs Determined Eligible X Site sketch map - Determined Not Eligible X U.S.G.S. map photocopy - Need Data Other _ Nominated Other Listed Contributing to N.R. District Not Contributing to N.R. Dist 5. Resource Name: 2006: Vacant; 1920: Taylor's Restaurant, All the Rage Records 6. Purpose of this currant site visit (check as many as apply) Site is within a current project area X Resurvey Update of previous site form(s) _ Surface collection Testing to determine ellglbiiity Excavation X Other Describe: Re-evaluation of potential local Boulder Landmark historic district, including assessment of contributinarnoncontributng status. Previous Recordings: R. Laurie Simmons and Thomas H. Simmons, 'University Hill Commercial District I listenc Overview and Historic District Evaluation," prepared for tie University Hill General Improvement District, Front Range Research Associates, Inc., Denver, Colorado, 2 November 1994: L Simmons and C. Whitacre, Front Range Research Associates, Inc., Historic Building Inventory Record Form, SOL2886 (1990). 8. Changes or Additions to Previous Descriptions: This is a one-story commercial building vrith wails of variegated red shades of brick and nvo storefronts. The ra~ade has a wido central parapet and narrower parapets at each end; all have corbelling in lighter, contrasting brick and concrete coping. A brick panel under the central lurapet is delineated by slightly raised contrasting brick, and contrasting brick panels in a basketweave pattern are present under the end parapets. The south storefront has pared two-light windows (possibly sliders), while the north storefront has a large multi-fight window with a covered transom; both have rowlock brick sills and a continuous contrasting soldier course brick lintel- The deeply inset center entrance has a two-light window in the center with a rowlock brick sill flanked by metal Frame glazed doors with transoms. An awning frame extends across the front of the building, with the southern part clad with standing seam metal roofing and the north part open. The south part of the rcof holds an open frame deck with a balustrade. 9. Changes in Condition: The Sanborn fire insurance map for 1931 shows a passageway between the storefronts leading to the rear of the parcel; this was filled In with commercial space by the time of the 1960 map. The house to which file commercial storefronts were attached was removed after 1960. A one-story rear warehouse addlilon costing about $7,000 was orected In 1473. The rooftop deck costing about $10,000 wes added in 1990. Since 1990, the large window in the inset entrance area between the two doors has been changed from multi light to two large rectangular lights; the paneled and glazed doors have been replaced with metal frame glazed doors. The fabric awning over the southern portion of the building has been replaced with standing seam metal roofing, while on the north the awning framework is uncovered. The area in front, vrhich had concrete steps to the street level, Is now raised concrete with a decorative metal railing. 10. Changes to Location or Size Information: UTMs Zone 13, Easting 476446, Northing 4428480 (NAD 27) 11. Changes in Ownership: Boulder Hilltop Properties LLC, 560 Oakwood Ave., #100, Lake Forest, IL 60045 12. Other Changes, Addltlons, or Observations: 5 Resource Number: 5BL2836 Temporary Resource Number: 14 Page 2 of 3 Cultural Resource Re-evaluation ForYn History. This site initially contained a two-story brick house with a vaap-around porch that was built before 1900. The 1900 U.S. Census listed Eugene L. and Mary E. Callaway as the residents of the house Mr. Callaway was born in Alabama about 1660, while Mrs. Callaway was born In'iIrginia about 1852. The Cailaways lived here with their son 0111ilam (age 22), Mr. Callaway's mother Sarah A. Detomore (age 75), and lodger Jennie B. Ritchlo (age 24). The 1913 city directory indicated that James VV. and Ida S. Fisher lived in the house. The directory did not list occupations for the Fishers. I.F. Jones lived here during 1523-2135, just before the building received its commercial conversion with storefronts faring i3"' Street. The house was also used for commercial enterprises, including Stirling's Dress Shop (1955), Mattson's on the Hill (1065), and Ruth's Beauty Shop (1961 through early 1970s). A central passageway in the storefront addition originally led to the house at the rear. The house was demolished after 19110. 1 re late-192Gs one-story brick commercial addition was addressed 114547 13°i Street. The 1932 city directory listed the Silver and Gold Cleaners, the University Hill Shoe Shop, a post office station, and the Armstead Scenic Company as ienanis, The shoe shop, post afllca, and Armstead Scenic remained in Me bullding through at least 1938, when Buffalo Press also operated here. Payne's Shoe Shop did business here from 1941, through the early 1960s. Other firms In the building have included the Judd Book and Record Shop (1949), the University Shop men's clothing store (1955), and the Regiment men's clothing store (1960-65), From the mId- 19POs through the 1980s. Mattson's on the Mill, a women's clothing store, operated In the building. Taylor's Restaurant and All the Rage Records were housed here In 1990. In 1994, Taylor's Bar and Grill occupied the commercial space. Sources: Boulder City Directories; Sanborn Fire Insurance Company maps; City of Boulder Building Permit Applications; U.S. Census, 1900 and 1910; R. t.aurie and Thomas I-1. Simmons, 'University Hill Commerciat District: Historic Overview and Historic District Evaluation,' prepared for the Univcrsay Hill General Improvement District (Denver f=ront Range Research Associates, 1994); Boulder Carnegie Branch t_ihmry, Boulder County Assessor Collectlon and Photographs. 13. National Register Assessment: Individual Eligibility-- Eligible Not ellglble X Need data _ District potential- Yes K No.! Needdata Contributing Status AssessmeW, Contributing X Noncontributing _ Need data _ Not applicable _ Explain: This resource is assessed as a contributing component of the potential University Hill Commercial Historic District, The building maintains historic physical Integrity although a rooftop deck has beeli added. 13A, Boulder Landmark Assessment: Individual Eligibility- Eligible _ Not eligible X Need data District Potential- Yes X No _ Need data Contributing Status Assessment-- Contributing X Noncontributing _ Need data _ Not applicable Explain: This resource is assessed es a contributing component of the potential University Hill Commercial Historic Dls'rict, having been erected during the period of significance and having been associated with Resource Number: 5BL2886 Temporary Resource Number. 14 Page 3 of 3 Cultural Resource Re-evaluation Form commercial activities in the area. The building maintains historic physical integrity although a rooftop deck has been added. 14. Management Recommendations: Avoid adverse impacts. Encourage adoption of design guidelines to avoid future changes that negatively impact the historic physical Integrity of the building. 15. Photograph Types and Numbers: Digital-BoUni-54 through -56 Is. Artifact and Field Documentation Storage Location: Photographs and forms are archived at the City of Boulder, Planning and Development Department. 17. Report Title: University Hill Commercial Area: Historic District Re-evaluation, 2008 (memorandum) IS. Recorder(s): R. Laurie Smmmons and Thomas H. Simmons 19. Date(s): March 2008 20. Recorder Affillation: Front Range Research Associates, Inc., 36,35 W. 46"Avenue, Denver, CO 80211, 303-477-7597, frraden@msn.com, www.frhistory.com Colorado Historical Society, Office of Archaeology & Historic Preservation 1300 Broadway, Denver, CG80203 303-866-3395 I State Identification Number: 5'`31,2886 -Re-evaluation Form Temporary Number: 14 Sketch Map t Is, , , 4 p ; g f-r~ h 1r 11.55 1 l f ni 120.i-07 ~1 of _ ~?f NSY6VA[A. AVENUE 'ltlpY,k k T~ •'yt ..-L ~ t" -,f 11G3 ,ti5 ~-"U ~ r •~~>~r r :y':. _ [ - t9 j$;r rs G? r ~ - qq t: Q ~;t, dry ~s i- fh Q~, Jt-~ IJ lFt 7i~, •a Y 1 j?t. - K vry 1 vY~1 L U 1110 - " . ~j,,,-,y~s ift, COLLEGE AVENUE Y ~,6 fiery,,, - ~ ) 1~ Y 4 L - _ . ~ . ~~~•r r~ - DTI';. - 1143 13th Street 9o 45 0 90 Feet Surveyed resource Is crosshatc}ied. D COLORADO CULTURAL RESOURCE SURVEY OAHP141S Cultural Resource Re-evaluation Form Rev. 91ae Page 1 of 3 1. Resource Number: 6BL10537 2. Temp. Resource Number: 12 Street Address: 1155 13"' Street, Boulder, Colorado 80302 3. Attachments 4. Official determination (check as many as apply) (OAIiP USE ONLY) X Photographs Determined Eligible X Site sketch map Determined Not Eligible X U.S.G.S_ map photocopy _ Need Data Other Nominated - Other _ Listed _ Contributing to N.R. District Not Contributing to N.R. Dist 5. Resource Name: 2008: Caf& Play; 1994: Krnsley and Company 8, Purpose of this current site visit (check as many as apply) Site is within a current project area K Resurvey Update of previous site form(a) Surface collection Testing to determine eligibility Excavation X Other Describe: Re-evaluation of potential local Boulder Landmark historic district; Including assessment of contributing/noncontributing status. 7. Previous Recordings: R. Laurie Simmons and Thomas H. Simmons, "University Hill Commercial District: Historic Overview and Historic District Evaluation," prepared for the University Hill General improvement District, Front Ranye Research Associates, Inc., Denver, Colorado, 2 November 1994- 11. Changes or Additions to previous Descriptions: This is a flat roof commercial building Wth a one-story main wing vAth a projecting gabled roof section at the north end of the fagade; the rear part of the building is two stories and composed of concrete block. 'file main wing of the building has a mansard clad in the same dark gray slate shingles as the roof of the projecting gable, giving the building the appearance of an L-shaped building. The walls are composed of red brick. The center entrance has a Tudor arch wood door vnth 6enlils that is Flanked by beveled bay windows with multiple lights, rowlock brick sills, and brick bases. The south wall of the projecting gable has a wheel window, while the east wall features a large nine-light window extending to the top of the wall (some of its lights are triangular or trapezoidal). The area between the building and the sidewalk Is paved with red brick in a basketweave pattern. There is a decorative metal railing at the edge of the sidewalk. 9. Changes In Condition: Building appears unchanged from 1994. Outside seating and decorative metal railing at edge of sidewalk added. 10. Changes to Location or Size Infennation: UTMs-Zone 13, Easting 476449, Northing 4428498 (NAD 27) 11. Changes In Ownership: Boulder Hilltop Properties LLC, 560 Oakwood Ave., #100, Lake Forest, IL 60045 12. Other Changes, Additions, or observations: History: A pre-1906 two-end-a-half-story brick house with broad front porch originally stood at this location. During the 19106 and 1920s. the house accommodaled several University of Colorado Greek organizations, including Sigma Nu, Alpha Sigma Phi, and Chi Omega fraternities. During the mid-1920s, pacts of [tie house were remodeled for commercial use, while other sections of the building continued to be used for residential purposes. The O,P. Kinsey Confectionery appeared In the 1920 city directory under this address. A pho!ograph taken in 1929-30 shows the parch enclosed w th elaborate display windows for Tarkoff s Varsity Clothing Store. Resource Number: SBL-- Temporary Resource Number: 12 Page 2 of 3 Cultural Resource Re-evaluation Form The building also housed the College Inn Restaurant (1932) and Robinson's Hiland Inn (1949-56). During the mid to late 1930s, the building may have reverted solely to residential uses; Robert H. Townley is listed at the address in the 1956 and 193A city directories. In 1956, Kinsley & Company, a men's clothing firm, demolished the house and eirecled a nc%v store on the site. The company traced its origins to the University Shop established at 1147 1P In 1949 by Wynn and Faith Kinsley. The Kinsley's new store, constructed in beck with Tudor Revival style Influences, contrasted vrith the design of Uie other commercial buildings on the block. Kinsley and Company prospered and eventually expanded into the Somers Building to the north. Historians Thomas J. Noel and Dan W. Ccrson report, "Wynn Kinsley carried the hest domestic makers of British style, and was the first local purveyor of Ralph Lauren." Kinsley & Co_ moved to a new IocaUon in 2006. Sources: Boulder City Directories; Boulder Carnegie Branch Library, Histuric Photographs and Boulder County Assessor Collection: Sanborn Insurance Company maps: Eoulder County Assessor records; Thomas J. Noel and Dan W. Corson, Boulder County: An Illustrated History (Carlsbad, Ca.: I lerilage Media Corp., 1930.246: R. Laurie and Thomas H. Simmons, "University Hill Commeicial District Historic Overview and Historic District Evaluation," prepared for the University HIII General Improvement District (Denver: Front Range Research Associates, 1994), 17. 13. National Register Assessment: Individual Ellgibility- Eligible _ Not eligible - C _ Need data _ District Potential-- Yes X No Need data Contributing Status Assessment: Contributing X Noncontributing__ Need data Not applicable Explain: This 1966 resource is assessed as a contributing component of the potential University Hill Commercial Historic District Kinsley & Co., a men's clothing firm still in business in Boulder today, erected the building. The building maintains historic physical integrity and reflects a design approach not present in other Hill commercial buildings. 13A. Boulder Landmark Assessment: Individual Eligibility- Eligible _ Not eligible X Need data District Potential— Yes No Need data Contributing Status Assessment.- Confributing X__ Noncontributing_ Need data _ Not applicable _ Explain: This 1956 resource is assessed as a contributing component of the potential University HIII Commercial Historic Distract, having been erected within the period of significance for the distrlctand having been associated with commercial activities rat the district. Kinsley & Co., a men's clothing firm slill in business in Boulder today, erected the building. The building maintains historic physical Integrdy and rellects a design approach not present in other Hill commeroal buddirgs. 14. Management Recommendations: Avoid adverse impacts. Encourage adopiien of design guidelines to avoid future changes that negatively impact the historic physical integrity of the building. 15. Photograph Types and Numbers: Digital-BoUni-59 through -61 /v Resource Number. 58L- Temporary Resource Number: 12 Page 3 of 3 Cultural Resource Re-evaluation Form 18. Artifact and Field Documentation Storage Location: Photographs and forms are archived at the City of Boulder, Planning and Development Department. ' 17. Report Title: University Hill Commercial Area: Historic District Re-evaluation, 2008 (memorandum) 18. Recorder(s): R. Laurie Simmons and Thomas H. Simmons 19. Date(s): March 2008 20. Recorder Affiliation: Front Range Research Associates, Inc., 3635 W, 46° Avenue, Denver, CO 80211, 3031177.1697, irraden@rnsn.com. www.frhistory.com Colorado Historical Society, Office of Archaeology & Historic Preservation 1300 Broadway, Denver, CO 80203 303-860-3395 11 State Identification Number; 5BL10537 Re-evaluation Form Temporary Number: 12 Sketch Map elec." 4.77ffi a',:,,~9 11-f5 ~t ~\4 s ~1~ rr4 r~ f'*,`•-c~. +rysyi I A. s. 13~J1 r • 1 ion.©~ . 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Don't miss this unique opportunity to participate in "Shaping the For more information, or to find out howyou Can volunteer to help, e-mail American Landscape: Spotlight on the Tennessee Valley," a conference@nthp.org. symposium co-sponsored by the National Trust for Historic t,,, ; Preservation, The Cultural Landscapes Foundation and Cheekwood Botanic~ - Gardens and Museum, featuring The Cultural Landscapes Foundation's founder and president and renowned landscape architect, Charles A. Birnbaum, FASIA, FAAR. Look for the sunburst symbol. ILL _A"t:,:,-3gr64k-,d Exhibit Hall Exhibits will be located in the halls of the Nashville Convention Center, providing the constant opportunity for learning more about the products and services that are important to you. Enjoy a snack with other attendees during LY .5 the popular Nosh & Network. ~iv _-F . _z:.. ;mot 1 opportunity vo reconnect, With fviend.q :ands colleagues and !e:anut what's happening., The range of offerings is always im.irresisive variety of beginner;. int-ek-m-ediatV. and add-mcedi se-cision4 pro ld sometbing for every conference parficipant:, 1 nearer miss it. g~ -3 ~ 9Al=,9Rsa,e?~:~?ca xssrar , nvn ~r ~r ,e t ~~^,+~e~sr~:a,A L 1~: ,,•=r^ fS Exhibit,'. Yebm avw 4, n .1] is an FNNE55E . opportunity to showcase your product or service to 2,000 preservation professionals, in a unique open Exhibit Nall format. NATIONAL V tRITAGL.AKG4 For information on exhibiting, contact Farin Salahuddin at. 202-588-6092 or visit the websiteo Register Your Guests For $50 each, register your guests for the conference so that they can :,l N 1'04V 6 '`c' ~ r~' u enjoy the Exhibit Hall, attend plenary sessions and special lectures, and party at the Opening Reception at the Frist Center for Visual Arts. With 1,7 this registration and the purchase of a ticket, guests may also attend Field Sessions and meal events. Please note that only full registrants can purchase guest badges, and guests are not permitted to attend r F.., { a education sessions. If you are an Early gird, what could be better? If you would rather General Registration Policies wait to register, you can do so online until October 20, and still he • Using mail or fax to register will result in delays that may prevent you pre-registered and pick up your badge on site. But beware of the from receiving your first choices in events! We strongly encourage you sold-out field session! to use our convenient online registration system. o Payment or valid purchase order must accompany registration, Early Bird Registration e Mailed and faxed registrations are processed in the order they are Early registration fees make it economical for you to attend. received. Please provide an e-mail address so confirmation receipts By registering before July 31, you can save up to $200. can be sent via e-mail. Payment may be made by check, American Express, VISA, and Bring the whole crew with the Multiple Registration Rate for MasterCard. Forum Members Only! Purchase orders will be accepted ONLY from federal, state or For Early Bird registration only, Forum and Main Street members can municipal government agencies, and state education institutions. register one person at regular Forum member rate of $300, and the Attach a copy of the purchase order to your registration form or eriter rest of your staff and board can register for just $250 a person! your P.O. number online. ® If using wire transfers, please fax or mail a confirmation of your Not yet a member of Forum? Join Now and Save payment. Include the date funds were transferred and amount paid to Are you not yet a Forum member? Join now and take advantage of the National Trust. Forum member registration rates. The National Trust Forum is a robust o We are unable to accept registrations over the telephone, nationwide network of preservation leaders who share the latest ideas, ® One-day registration fees allow you to attend Education Sessions and research, and model practices; and who "get serious" about continuous ouruhase event and Fold Session tickets foi- that rhiv only, learning and professional development. Join with your reglstration form and start seeing the benefits right avday www.: org/conierencc - - Ticketed Events and Field Sessions Guests 1 • Register early and online for the best selection of events. A guest badge entitles the holder to enter the Exhibit Hall and .r • We have worked with event and Field Session managers to maximize purchase tickets for Field Sessions and ticketed events. Guest badges j` the number of available tickets, Limits have been set based on do not permit entrance to Education Sessions. Conference registrants available resources at each site and will not change. may purchase special event and Field Session tickets for their registered guests. Each Field Session has a minimum attendance to meet, or it will be canceled. You will be notified and refunded if a session is canceled. Cancellations and Refunds • Tickets are required for all individuals attending an event that is listed Requests for cancelations and substitutions must be made in writing, on the registration form. either by mail or fax to the numbers on the registration form, or by • Arrive early. Field Session patrons are requested to line up "15 e-mail to conference@nthp.org. minutes prior to departure. • 100% refund (minus a $60 processing fee) will be issued if + • Wear comfortable clothing and shoes, Layered clothing is cancelation request is received by September 1. ;I recommended. • 50% refund (minus a $60 processing fee) will be issued if request • Events are held rain, snow or shine. Bring umbrellas, rain gear, etc. received between September 1 and 29. • Lunch is included in the price of all full-day Field Sessions. • No refund will be issued if request is received September 30 or later. • Itineraries are subject to minor changes, • Persons with limited mobility may determine the accessibility of~ specific tours by e-mailing conference@nthp.org. Submitting Your Registration Fr • Some events may require a waiver form to be completed prior to the LE 'o ugh Octobe, z jJ conference. • Attendees may not join a tour in progress. OR • If available, tickets can be purchased at registration during the 0AIL YOUR COPWI'L ETED R GiS` K fi01;9 FOf;FA and payinent conference. I,y 0otri~eb il tkq' • Tickets for some sold-out tours may become available on site. Inquire Preservation Ger~fc r~orice Regisiraai+or9 20tJ) at the Field Session desk for more information. Payment must be Pre Presere made at that time with cash, check, or credit card (MC, VISA, AMEX). 5 t xa?C; hive Caui°t, Sul€e 2 On-Site Registration S. BarringtOrl, I1, 60010 On-site registration is available during the conference. Full payment is OR required at that time. Payment may be made by check, American cr+ r,it card Express, VISA or MasterCard. Purchase orders are NOT accepted on site. r-wrib r befo 'e October 1 to 84 -713-215DO. Credi~ card payments d_ i)fil} Fax oper 2'-1 hours y+=-_ y__'~____-_-..._._._~_.-._:. 't-_.~..W:.-'.lcALi::'u.l•Lbc»S•JCY:.1•Ltl::.S-+.i F FIR% :f NATIONAL PP"'U]RVATION CONT "11 "NG^ 2009 I •i I I r r -I , I I I I I I ' I ...where you are staying while in Nashville. - n Renaissance 1 Union Station O Hermitage n Other I GJAME A5 T SHOULD APPEAR ON YOUR BADGE - in what aspect of preservation you are involved. ' 1. Archeology 8. Federal Government 16. Preservation Nonprofit 2. Architecture 9. State Government 17. Preservation Planning TITLE 3. Archives 10. Local Government 18. Public Policy 4. Downtown Revitalization 11. Historic Site 19. Real Estate/Housing ~ ORGANIZATION - 5. Education 12. Lan Use Planning 20. Student 6. Environmental Preservation 13. Landscape Architecture 21. Volunteer ' _______________/.Foundation 14. Preservation Commission 22. Other n THIS IS THE ORGANIZATION'S ADDRESS F7 THIS IS MY HOME ADDRESS 15. Museum Stewardship ...your age group. CITY STATE ZIP 1, 18 - 24 3.35-44 5. 55 - 64 ; 2.25-34 4.45 - 54 6.65 and older ; ' DAYTIME TELEPHONE EVENING TELEPHONE ...the highest level of education you completed. 1. high school 3. bachelor's degree 5. doctorate ; FAX NUMBER EMAIL ADDRESS - 2. some college 4• master's degree 6. other ---r your racial/ethnic background. ' OR&ANVATIOPJ AG II_h11ION CIF UIFFEREN77HAN ABOVE) FOR BADGE I 1. Asian/Pacifc Islander 4. Native Amedcan/Amerlcan Indian - - 2. Black/African American 5. White/Caucasian EMERwNCY CONTAf,T NAMC DAYTIME TELEPHONE 3. Hispanic/Latino 6. Other ' ri I would like to volunteer to mentor a diversity scholar at the conference. the total amount your organization spends annually on preservation materials or r Please check below if you have any special requirements. Attach a brief description of your specific related services. ' needs. A National Trust representative will contact you. O under $10,000 O $20,000-$50,000 n $75,000-$100,000 i n $50,000-$75,000 O more than $100,000 i 177 SPECIAL ASSISTANCE (ADA) LI n $10,000-$20,000 , r Privacy Policy Demographic inlonnation collected from the questions on this registration form is used for aggregate • • •are you reporting purposes only. At no time Is Inlormabon distributed in a way that identifies Individual registrants. Whether or r not you choose to share yqu irewriatim will have no impact on your interaction with us. 1. female 2. male The registration roster vAll be mil tk to ad registrants. 11 contains the name, litie, organizaben and address of each ...how many previous National Preservation Conferences you have attended. regl leant. It you do not wish to appear on the registration roster, pease check beioat Orlllne registration through the 1. This Is my first time 3. 4 - 6 5.10+ Nabxial Trust websile Is governed by a separate privacy po§cv. pease 58e %%m w natimaltnut.org for full details. ~ 0 Please do not list my name and address on the registration roster. 2.1 -3 4.7-9 What is your National Trust affiliation? Please circle all that apply. A. Board of Trustees C. National Trust Council Member E. Historic Sites Council Member G. Main Street Member h National Trust Employee B. Board of Advisors D. Heritage Society Member F. Forum Member H. Individual Member Registration Category Early Bird before July 31 August 1- Oct 9 On Site rl Join Forum now and take advantage of member registration fees $115 - Forum Membership Dues Forum Member Registration (Member 1i_ $275 $325 $500 , Join Main Street now and take advantage of member registration fees $250 - Main Street Membership Dues Main Street Member Registration (Member it ) $250 $325 $500 Forum Member/Mulbple Registration Fee (Name of first regisbartl) $225 Full Registration $400 $475 $600 Full-Time Student (must provide copy of current university ID) 5175 $175 $175 Daily Registration ("Wednesday registration includes admission to Opening Reception) ❑ Tuesday $175 $175 $175 • Wednesday $225' $225` $22:5" n Thursday $175 $175 $175 O Friday $175 $175 $175 L7 Saturday $175 $175 $175 Guest Registration (includes ticket to Opening Reception) $50 $50 $50 Register TODAY,' 1 Y 1 1 jl~ 1. 1 12 t-,.j 1 ,wl I V 4, SPECIAL PRPOG ANIS;, FIELD SESSIONS AND EVENTS i General Instructions for Tickets . Attendees must register for the conference in order to purchase event tickets. . Tickets are required for all individuals attending the events listed in this section, . List 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th choices where requested. Submit payment for 1 st choice only. Differences in costs will either be refunded or invoiced. . Daily registration fees permit purchase of event tickets for that day only. 1 . Event tickets may also be purchased on site during the conference, if available. . Events fill quickly, make sure to include payment so you don't miss out. i , I 1 TuesWw, Or,; I , II y'.!ni;ia ial,; Filil:. it l::. Ii.V nr' ff~~;i„11 ~ii{;_ .I'- iiy 7isr:I 1'~~•. Shaping the American Landscape: Preservation Law Breakfast R2 $35 Spotlight on the Tennessee Valley T3 $150 ArcheolocrVNational Register of Historic Places R19 $25 ' Preservation Commissioner Training T6 $90 ~ Advocacy Luncheon R33 $35 Preservation Partners Luncheon T9 $35 The Campy Side of Nashville's Music R57 $35 Giving Voice to the Preservation Message T10 $40 Candlelight House Tour R64 $40 Behind-the-Scenes Tour (Invitation Only) T18 $35 Jack Daniel's Neighborhood R4 $75 Fine Liv!nq on the Old Natchez Trace T2 $75 African American Tour of Franklin T7 $75 Preserving, Rehabilitating,Interpreting aBattlefteld R5 $75 Land Conservation-Preservation As Partners R17 $75 Plan niaSuccessful Rehabilitations Using Downtown Walking Tour T11 $30 Federal ax Incentives R23 $60 Gardens/Landscape Desiqn at Cheekwood T12 $45 African American Tour of Franklin R24 $75 Nashville Overview T13 $45 The Old Tennessee Trail-~AWork in Progress R64 $75 Saving Nashville's Iconic Parthenon T16 $45 r: u: : ,I: I'•. Hatch Show Print 723 $30 Green Makeover at Fisk R6 $45 Challenges in Cemetery Restoration T24 $45 Nashville's Historic Municipal Buildings R7 $45 Innovations in Infill R15 $45 ' Nashville Overview R16 S45 , Wedrie=Way, 0607c=,v 1 " Nashville by Bike R18 $45 NI i Hatch Show Print R22 $30 BARN AGAIN! Luncheon W45 $35 Save America's Treasures (SAT) Luncheon W46 $35 Downtown Churches R42 $45 Real Estate Luncheon W48 $35 Downtown Living Walking Tour R43 $30 Justice and Beloved Community R44 $45 Pride in Preservation: LGBT Party W55 $25 Reviving East Nashville R45 $45 Antebellum Homes and Battlefield Reclamation W2 $75 Urban Revitalization of a Mixed Use Area R46 $45 Downtown Franklin W3 $75 Nashville Historic Places as Art Spaces W8 $75 Conducting Historic Building Assessments W28 $75 Interpreting the Civil War W1 $45 Holding on to the Homestead W7 $45 Footsteps of Andrew Jackson W19 $45 ' Nashville's Musical Heritaoe W20 $45 Nashville Overview W21 $45 William Strickland's Nashville W22 $45 I I I { HATIOXAL PIKS , ATID1, CDHPuR; I G" 204