World War II Period (Temporal Keyword)

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Avon Park AFR Architectural and General Base History
PROJECT Avon Park Air Force Range. Park T. DeVane. Kelly Nolte. US Army Corps of Engineers, Fort Worth District. Virgil Roy Beasley. Marsha Prior. United States Air Force History Office and Museums Program.

This project contains documents relating to both the architectural and the general history of the Avon Park Air Force Range. The documents range from amateur histories of the air force range to Historic American Engineering Record-like documentation.


Avon Park Air Force Range: Cultural Resources Inventory and Assessment (1997)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Geo-Marine, Inc..

This report presents the results of cultural resources investigations conducted on 6,800 noncontiguous acres on Avon Park Air Force Range (APAFR) in Polk and Highlands counties, Florida. The investigations consisted of a Phase I cultural resources survey, a predictive model for locating prehistoric cultural resources in the form of a land stratification structure, a World War II historic context, and historic American Buildings Survey (HABS) Level IV documentation of extant World War II...


HAER-Like Documentation of Airfield, Avon Park Air Force Range, Polk and Highlands Counties, Florida (2011)
DOCUMENT Full-Text L. Knott. D. McVarish. C. Osborn.

As part of Section 106 mitigation for the Avon Park Air Force Range World War II Airfield, HAER-like Level II documentation was performed. Documentation included large-format photographs, reduced plans, and a narrative history. Thirteen different components to the airfield were documented and the importance of the airfield to advancements in aviation military strategy were noted.


Torwa (1994)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Henrik Christiansen.

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