Report of Special Committee on Historic Preservation
In 1966 a Special Committee was appointed for Historic Preservation. This document is the Special Committee’s report which has been adopted as a basis for major strengthening of the Service’s professional organization to meet today’s needs. This report explains the considerations underlying the recent reorganization of the United States’ history, archeology, and historic architecture staffs. It was created to give a useful understanding of the broadened responsibilities in historic preservation and the measurements being taken to meet these responsibilities.
Cite this Record
Report of Special Committee on Historic Preservation. Ronald F. Lee, Ernest A. Connally, J.O. Brew. Washington, D.C.: National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior. 1966 ( tDAR id: 391255) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8GT5Q94
This Resource is Part of the Following Collections
Historic American Buildings Survey • Historic Preservation • National Park System • National Register for Historic Places • National Trust for Historic Preservation • Office of Archeology and Historic Preservation • President Johnson • Rains Committee • River Basins • Salvage Archeology • With Heritage So Rich
The United States
min long: -125.596; min lat: 24.183 ; max long: -64.951; max lat: 49.764 ;
Individual & Institutional Roles
Sponsor(s): George B. Hartzog; Stewart L. Udall; Department of the Interior, Washington D.C.
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