Preservation North Carolina collection of architectural drawings and videotapes 1920-1997

Creator
Preservation North Carolina (Organization)
Size
13.5 linear feet (9 cartons, 1 roll)
Call number
MC 00137
Access to materials

Collection is open for research; access requires at least 24 hours advance notice.

Patrons may not view original recordings; access is restricted on ALL recordings until a use copy can be produced.

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Contains videotapes (Betacam SP and other videotape formats) of Preservation North Carolina productions: Planning for Historic Preservation (1975); PNC 4 [Four North Carolina Architects], At Work and At Play, Far Fetched and Dear Bought, On the Tracks of Progress, and A Passion for Place. There are DVDs of final production for last 4 titles. Also contains blueprint drawings of El Nido house in Shelby, NC (1920s).

Founded in 1939, Preservation North Carolina (PNC) is North Carolina's only private nonprofit statewide historic preservation organization. Its mission is to protect and promote buildings, landscapes and sites important to the diverse heritage of North Carolina.

Biographical/historical note

Founded in 1939, Preservation North Carolina (PNC) is North Carolina's only private nonprofit statewide historic preservation organization. Its mission is to protect and promote buildings, landscapes and sites important to the diverse heritage of North Carolina.

PNC has been involved in a number of programs and activities. Through its award-winning Endangered Properties Program, PNC has acquired endangered historic properties and then found purchasers to rehabilitate them. Since the early 1980s PNC has been an ally of the North Carolina Main Street program. Since the late 1980s, PNC has worked to find adaptive uses for dozens of abandoned historic schools. In 1997 PNC advocacy efforts led to the creation of rehabilitation tax credits by the NC General Assembly. In 2006, legislation for an additional incentive to rehabilitate historic mills and industrial buildings was enacted.

Among Preservation NC's other activities are the operation of two major museum properties (the Bellamy Mansion in Wilmington and Ayr Mount in Hillsborough), awards, workshops, publications, legislative advocacy, and public education (such as heritage education materials for 8th grade classrooms).

Scope/content

Contains videotapes (Betacam SP and other videotape formats) of Preservation North Carolina productions: Planning for Historic Preservation (1975); PNC 4 [Four North Carolina Architects], At Work and At Play, Far Fetched and Dear Bought, On the Tracks of Progress, and A Passion for Place. There are DVDs of final production for last 4 titles.

Preservation North Carolina periodically acquired documentation on historic North Carolina buildings, and some of those materials are in this colledtion. Included are blueprint drawings of El Nido house in Shelby, NC (1920s). The Caviness House materials (1910s-1920s) are now filed in this collection but were originally accessioned into the North Carolina Buildings Collection (MC 00225).

Arrangement

The materials are arranged in the order received. This collection has not yet received full archival processing.

Use of these materials

The nature of the NCSU Libraries' Special Collections means that copyright or other information about restrictions may be difficult or even impossible to determine despite reasonable efforts. The NCSU Libraries claims only physical ownership of most Special Collections materials.

The materials from our collections are made available for use in research, teaching, and private study, pursuant to U.S. Copyright law. The user must assume full responsibility for any use of the materials, including but not limited to, infringement of copyright and publication rights of reproduced materials. Any materials used for academic research or otherwise should be fully credited with the source.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Preservation North Carolina collection of architectural drawings and videotapes, MC 00137, Special Collections Research Center, North Carolina State University Libraries, Raleigh, NC

Related material

Source of acquisition

Gift of Preservation North Carolina, 1996 (Accession 1996.0010) and 2009 (Accession 2009.0117, Accession 2009.0212).

Processing information

Processed by: Todd Kosmerick, 2009 ; Finding aid by: Todd Kosmerick, 2009; Finding aid updated: Todd Kosmerick, 2011

The collection is organized into two principal series:

Videotapes 1976-1997
Planning for Historic Preservation Short Course, Documentation 1975-1979
Carton 1, Folder 1
Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 1: Special Introductory Tape, with Robert E. Stipe 1975

EIAJ Videotape; Approximate runtime: 16 minutes, 25 seconds; black white; sound

Carton 1
Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 1: Special Introductory Tape, with Robert E. Stipe [digibeta videotape copy]
Carton 9
Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 1: Special Introductory Tape, with Robert E. Stipe [digital copy]

This is a digital file. The Special Collections Research Center provides copies of digital files to patrons upon request, but it cannot guarantee that the files will open.

Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 2: Putting the Problem in Perspective, Historic Preservation Today, with Mary Means 1975

EIAJ Videotape; Approximate runtime: 55 minutes, 31 seconds; black white; sound

Carton 1
Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 2: Putting the Problem in Perspective, Historic Preservation Today, with Mary Means [digital copy]

This is a digital file. The Special Collections Research Center provides copies of digital files to patrons upon request, but it cannot guarantee that the files will open.

Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 3: The Heart of the Problem, with Mary Means 1975

EIAJ Videotape; Approximate runtime: 55 minutes, 27 seconds; black white; sound

Carton 1
Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 3: The Heart of the Problem, with Mary Means [digital copy]

This is a digital file. The Special Collections Research Center provides copies of digital files to patrons upon request, but it cannot guarantee that the files will open.

Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 4: The Relationship of Preservation Planning to Local, Regional, and State Planning, with Robert E. Stipe 1975

EIAJ Videotape; Approximate runtime: 1 hour, 4 minutes, 33 seconds; black white; sound

Carton 1
Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 4: The Relationship of Preservation Planning to Local, Regional, and State Planning, with Robert E. Stipe [digital copy]

This is a digital file. The Special Collections Research Center provides copies of digital files to patrons upon request, but it cannot guarantee that the files will open.

Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 5: Historical Research and Documentation as an Element of Preservation Planning, with John Flowers 1975

EIAJ Videotape; Approximate runtime: 51 minutes, 55 seconds; black white; sound

Carton 1
Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 5: Historical Research and Documentation as an Element of Preservation Planning, with John Flowers [digital copy]

This is a digital file. The Special Collections Research Center provides copies of digital files to patrons upon request, but it cannot guarantee that the files will open.

Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 6: American Architecture, A Guide to the Styles, with Greer Suttlemyre 1975

EIAJ Videotape; Approximate runtime: 51 minutes, 44 seconds; black white; sound

Carton 1
Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 6: American Architecture, A Guide to the Styles, with Greer Suttlemyre [digital copy]

This is a digital file. The Special Collections Research Center provides copies of digital files to patrons upon request, but it cannot guarantee that the files will open.

Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 7: Methods and Techniques for Conducting Architectural Surveys and Inventories, with Greer Suttlemyre 1975

EIAJ Videotape; Approximate runtime: 35 minutes, 55 seconds; black white; sound

Carton 1
Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 7: Methods and Techniques for Conducting Architectural Surveys and Inventories, with Greer Suttlemyre [digital copy]

This is a digital file. The Special Collections Research Center provides copies of digital files to patrons upon request, but it cannot guarantee that the files will open.

Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 8: The Effective Use of Local Groups, with Tucker Hill 1975

EIAJ Videotape; Approximate runtime: 1 hour, 1 minute, 15 seconds; black white; sound

Carton 1
Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 8: The Effective Use of Local Groups, with Tucker Hill

This is a digital file. The Special Collections Research Center provides copies of digital files to patrons upon request, but it cannot guarantee that the files will open.

Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 9: The Role of the Archaeologist in Historic Preservation, with Stephen J. Gluckman 1975

EIAJ Videotape; Approximate runtime: 56 minutes, 1 seconds; black white; sound

Carton 1
Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 9: The Role of the Archaeologist in Historic Preservation, with Stephen J. Gluckman

This is a digital file. The Special Collections Research Center provides copies of digital files to patrons upon request, but it cannot guarantee that the files will open.

Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 10: The Protection of Archaeological Resources, with Stephen J. Gluckman; Field Trips, with Elizabeth Rooks and Brent Glass 1975
Carton 1
Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 10: The Protection of Archaeological Resources, with Stephen J. Gluckman; Field Trips, with Elizabeth Rooks and Brent Glass [digital copy]

This is a digital file. The Special Collections Research Center provides copies of digital files to patrons upon request, but it cannot guarantee that the files will open.

Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 11: Relating Historic District Plans to Local Development and Redevelopment Plans, Russell Wright 1975

EIAJ Videotape; Approximate runtime: 43 minutes, 42 seconds; black white; sound

Carton 1
Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 11: Relating Historic District Plans to Local Development and Redevelopment Plans, Russell Wright [digital copy]

This is a digital file. The Special Collections Research Center provides copies of digital files to patrons upon request, but it cannot guarantee that the files will open.

Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 12: Relating Historic District Plans to Local Development and Redevelopment Plans (continued), Russell Wright 1975

EIAJ Videotape; Approximate runtime: 34 minutes, 20 seconds; black white; sound

Carton 1
Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 12: Relating Historic District Plans to Local Development and Redevelopment Plans (continued), Russell Wright [digital copy]

This is a digital file. The Special Collections Research Center provides copies of digital files to patrons upon request, but it cannot guarantee that the files will open.

Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 13: Relating Historic District Plans to Local Development and Redevelopment Plans (continued), with Russell Wright 1975

EIAJ Videotape; Approximate runtime: 48 minutes, 18 seconds; black white; sound

Carton 1
Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 13: Relating Historic District Plans to Local Development and Redevelopment Plans (continued), with Russell Wright [digital copy]

This is a digital file. The Special Collections Research Center provides copies of digital files to patrons upon request, but it cannot guarantee that the files will open.

Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 14: Urban Design as an Element of HIstoric District Plans, with W. P. Dinsmoor White 1975

EIAJ Videotape; Approximate runtime: 51 minutes, 40 seconds; black white; sound

Carton 1
Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 14: Urban Design as an Element of HIstoric District Plans, with W. P. Dinsmoor White [digital copy]

This is a digital file. The Special Collections Research Center provides copies of digital files to patrons upon request, but it cannot guarantee that the files will open.

Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 15: Urban Design as an Element of HIstoric District Plans (continued), with W. P. Dinsmoor White 1975

EIAJ Videotape; Approximate runtime: 53 minutes, 18 seconds; black white; sound

Carton 1
Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 15: Urban Design as an Element of HIstoric District Plans (continued), with W. P. Dinsmoor White [digital copy]

This is a digital file. The Special Collections Research Center provides copies of digital files to patrons upon request, but it cannot guarantee that the files will open.

Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 16: Urban Design as an Element of HIstoric District Plans (continued), with W. P. Dinsmoor White 1975

EIAJ Videotape; Approximate runtime: 39 minutes, 44 seconds; black white; sound

Carton 1
Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 16: Urban Design as an Element of HIstoric District Plans (continued), with W. P. Dinsmoor White [digital copy]

This is a digital file. The Special Collections Research Center provides copies of digital files to patrons upon request, but it cannot guarantee that the files will open.

Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 17: Comparisons, the British Approach to Preservation-Conservation Planning, the Governmental and Legal Setting, with Graham W. Ashworth 1975

EIAJ Videotape; Approximate runtime: 56 minutes, 34 seconds; black white; sound

Carton 1
Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 17: Comparisons, the British Approach to Preservation-Conservation Planning, the Governmental and Legal Setting, with Graham W. Ashworth [digital copy]

This is a digital file. The Special Collections Research Center provides copies of digital files to patrons upon request, but it cannot guarantee that the files will open.

Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 18: Comparisons, the British Approach to Preservation-Conservation Planning, the Governmental and Legal Setting (continued), with Graham W. Ashworth 1975

EIAJ Videotape; Approximate runtime: 54 minutes, 21 seconds; black white; sound

Carton 2
Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 18: Comparisons, the British Approach to Preservation-Conservation Planning, the Governmental and Legal Setting (continued), with Graham W. Ashworth [digital copy]

This is a digital file. The Special Collections Research Center provides copies of digital files to patrons upon request, but it cannot guarantee that the files will open.

Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 19: Comparisons, the British Approach to Preservation-Conservation Planning, the Governmental and Legal Setting (continued), with Graham W. Ashworth 1975

EIAJ Videotape; Approximate runtime: 43 minutes, 53 seconds; black white; sound

Carton 2
Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 19: Comparisons, the British Approach to Preservation-Conservation Planning, the Governmental and Legal Setting (continued), with Graham W. Ashworth [digital copy]

This is a digital file. The Special Collections Research Center provides copies of digital files to patrons upon request, but it cannot guarantee that the files will open.

Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 20: Brass Tacks on Adaptive Uses, with Russell Wright 1975

EIAJ Videotape; Approximate runtime: 1 hour, 5 minutes, 57 seconds; black white; sound

Carton 2
Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 20: Brass Tacks on Adaptive Uses, with Russell Wright [digital copy]

This is a digital file. The Special Collections Research Center provides copies of digital files to patrons upon request, but it cannot guarantee that the files will open.

Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 21: Brass Tacks on Adaptive Uses (continued), with Russell Wright 1975

EIAJ Videotape; Approximate runtime: 33 minutes, 54 seconds; black white; sound

Carton 2
Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 21: Brass Tacks on Adaptive Uses (continued), with Russell Wright [digital copy]

This is a digital file. The Special Collections Research Center provides copies of digital files to patrons upon request, but it cannot guarantee that the files will open.

Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 22: Brass Tacks on Adaptive Uses (continued), with Russell Wright 1975

EIAJ Videotape; Approximate runtime: 45 minutes, 30 seconds; black white; sound

Carton 2
Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 22: Brass Tacks on Adaptive Uses (continued), with Russell Wright [digital copy]

This is a digital file. The Special Collections Research Center provides copies of digital files to patrons upon request, but it cannot guarantee that the files will open.

Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 23: Comparisons, the British Approach to Preservation-Conservation Planning, Environmental and Design Considerations, with Roy R. Worskett 1975

EIAJ Videotape; Approximate runtime: 59 minutes, 57 seconds; black white; sound

Carton 2
Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 23: Comparisons, the British Approach to Preservation-Conservation Planning, Environmental and Design Considerations, with Roy R. Worskett [digital copy]

This is a digital file. The Special Collections Research Center provides copies of digital files to patrons upon request, but it cannot guarantee that the files will open.

Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 24: Comparisons, the British Approach to Preservation-Conservation Planning, Environmental and Design Considerations (continued), with Roy R. Worskett 1975

EIAJ Videotape; Approximate runtime: 55 minutes, 35 seconds; black white; sound

Carton 2
Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 24: Comparisons, the British Approach to Preservation-Conservation Planning, Environmental and Design Considerations (continued), with Roy R. Worskett [digital file]

This is a digital file. The Special Collections Research Center provides copies of digital files to patrons upon request, but it cannot guarantee that the files will open.

Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 25: Comparisons, the British Approach to Preservation-Conservation Planning, Environmental and Design Considerations (continued), with Roy R. Worskett 1975

EIAJ Videotape; Approximate runtime: 1 hour, 0 minutes, 59 seconds; black white; sound

Carton 2
Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 25: Comparisons, the British Approach to Preservation-Conservation Planning, Environmental and Design Considerations (continued), with Roy R. Worskett [digital copy]

This is a digital file. The Special Collections Research Center provides copies of digital files to patrons upon request, but it cannot guarantee that the files will open.

Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 26: The Work of the British Civic Trusts, with Graham W. Ashworth 1975

EIAJ Videotape; Approximate runtime: 48 minutes, 52 seconds; black white; sound

Carton 2
Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 26: The Work of the British Civic Trusts, with Graham W. Ashworth [digital copy]

This is a digital file. The Special Collections Research Center provides copies of digital files to patrons upon request, but it cannot guarantee that the files will open.

Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 26A: The Work of the British Civic Trusts (continued), with Graham W. Ashworth 1975

EIAJ Videotape; Approximate runtime: 35 minutes, 12 seconds; black white; sound

Carton 2
Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 26A: The Work of the British Civic Trusts (continued), with Graham W. Ashworth

This is a digital file. The Special Collections Research Center provides copies of digital files to patrons upon request, but it cannot guarantee that the files will open.

Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 27: Preservation and the Local Economy, with George M. Stephens, Jr. 1975

EIAJ Videotape; Approximate runtime: 55 minutes, 07 seconds; black white; sound

Carton 2
Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 27: Preservation and the Local Economy, with George M. Stephens, Jr. [digital copy]

This is a digital file. The Special Collections Research Center provides copies of digital files to patrons upon request, but it cannot guarantee that the files will open.

Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 28: Financing Preservation, Local Financing and Fund Raising for Preservation Projects, with Ed Clement 1975

EIAJ Videotape; Approximate runtime: 1 hour, 4 minutes, 14 seconds; black white; sound

Carton 2
Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 28: Financing Preservation, Local Financing and Fund Raising for Preservation Projects, with Ed Clement [digital copy]

This is a digital file. The Special Collections Research Center provides copies of digital files to patrons upon request, but it cannot guarantee that the files will open.

Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 29: Preservation in Wilmington, A Case Study, with R. V. Asbury 1975

EIAJ Videotape; Approximate runtime: 1 hour, 00 minutes, 37 seconds; black white; sound

Carton 2
Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 29: Preservation in Wilmington, A Case Study, with R. V. Asbury [digital copy]

This is a digital file. The Special Collections Research Center provides copies of digital files to patrons upon request, but it cannot guarantee that the files will open.

Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 30: Revolving Funds As a Preservation Tool, Annapolis, A Case Study in Financing Preservation, with J. M. P. Wright 1975

EIAJ Videotape; Approximate runtime: 44 minutes, 3 seconds; black white; sound

Carton 2
Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 30: Revolving Funds As a Preservation Tool, Annapolis, A Case Study in Financing Preservation, with J. M. P. Wright [digital copy]

This is a digital file. The Special Collections Research Center provides copies of digital files to patrons upon request, but it cannot guarantee that the files will open.

Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 31: Easements as a Preservation Tool, Annapolis, A Case Study, with J. M. P. Wright 1975

EIAJ Videotape; Approximate runtime: 59 minutes, 57 seconds; black white; sound

Carton 2
Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 31: Easements as a Preservation Tool, Annapolis, A Case Study, with J. M. P. Wright [digital copy]

This is a digital file. The Special Collections Research Center provides copies of digital files to patrons upon request, but it cannot guarantee that the files will open.

Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 32: Panel Discussion on Financing Projects, with J. M. P. Wright, R. V. Asbury, George M. Stephens, Jr., and Ed Clement 1975

EIAJ Videotape; Approximate runtime: 57 minutes, 32 seconds; black white; sound

Carton 2
Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 32: Panel Discussion on Financing Projects, with J. M. P. Wright, R. V. Asbury, George M. Stephens, Jr., and Ed Clement [digital copy]

This is a digital file. The Special Collections Research Center provides copies of digital files to patrons upon request, but it cannot guarantee that the files will open.

Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 33: Comparisons, British Views on American and European Preservation-Conservation Efforts, Design and Institutional Considerations, with Roy R. Worskett and Graham W. Ashworth 1975

EIAJ Videotape; Approximate runtime: 1 hour, 00 minutes, 8 seconds; black white; sound

Carton 2
Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 33: Comparisons, British Views on American and European Preservation-Conservation Efforts, Design and Institutional Considerations, with Roy R. Worskett and Graham W. Ashworth [digital copy]

This is a digital file. The Special Collections Research Center provides copies of digital files to patrons upon request, but it cannot guarantee that the files will open.

Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 34: Programs of the U. S. Department of the Interior, with William J. Murtagh 1975

EIAJ Videotape; Approximate runtime: 56 minutes, 42 seconds; black white; sound

Carton 2
Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 34: Programs of the U. S. Department of the Interior, with William J. Murtagh [digital copy]

This is a digital file. The Special Collections Research Center provides copies of digital files to patrons upon request, but it cannot guarantee that the files will open.

Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 35: Programs of the U. S. Department of the Interior (continued), with William J. Murtagh 1975

EIAJ Videotape; Approximate runtime: 56 minutes, 31 seconds; black white; sound

Carton 9
Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 35: Programs of the U. S. Department of the Interior (continued), with William J. Murtagh [digital copy]

This is a digital file. The Special Collections Research Center provides copies of digital files to patrons upon request, but it cannot guarantee that the files will open.

Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 36: State Administration of National Park Service Programs, with Bruce MacDougal 1975

EIAJ Videotape; Approximate runtime: 57 minutes, 10 seconds; black white; sound

Carton 9
Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 36: State Administration of National Park Service Programs, with Bruce MacDougal [digital copy]

This is a digital file. The Special Collections Research Center provides copies of digital files to patrons upon request, but it cannot guarantee that the files will open.

Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 37: The Role and Programs of the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation, with Ernest Holz 1975

EIAJ Videotape; Approximate runtime: 59 minutes, 36 seconds; black white; sound

Carton 9
Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 37: The Role and Programs of the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation, with Ernest Holz [digital copy]

This is a digital file. The Special Collections Research Center provides copies of digital files to patrons upon request, but it cannot guarantee that the files will open.

Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 38: The Role and Programs of the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation (continued), with Ernest Holz 1975

EIAJ Videotape; Approximate runtime: 55 minutes, 29 seconds; black white; sound

Carton 9
Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 38: The Role and Programs of the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation (continued), with Ernest Holz [digital copy]

This is a digital file. The Special Collections Research Center provides copies of digital files to patrons upon request, but it cannot guarantee that the files will open.

Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 39: The Changing Role of the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, with George Karas 1975

EIAJ Videotape; Approximate runtime: 1 hour, 3 minutes, 38 seconds; black white; sound

Carton 9
Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 39: The Changing Role of the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, with George Karas [digital copy]

This is a digital file. The Special Collections Research Center provides copies of digital files to patrons upon request, but it cannot guarantee that the files will open.

Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 40: The Changing Role of the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (continued), with George Karas 1975

EIAJ Videotape; Approximate runtime: 39 minutes, 57 seconds; black white; sound

Carton 9
Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 40: The Changing Role of the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (continued), with George Karas [digital copy]

This is a digital file. The Special Collections Research Center provides copies of digital files to patrons upon request, but it cannot guarantee that the files will open.

Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 41: Principles of Townscape Conservation, with Roy R. Worskett 1975

At the beginning of this tape Robert Stipe indicates a power failure prevented the recording of the entirety of this session.

EIAJ Videotape; Approximate runtime: 51 minutes, 2 seconds; black white; sound

Carton 9
Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 41: Principles of Townscape Conservation, with Roy R. Worskett [digital copy]

This is a digital file. The Special Collections Research Center provides copies of digital files to patrons upon request, but it cannot guarantee that the files will open.

Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 42: Implementing Preservation Programs at the Local Level, with Robert E. Stipe 1975

EIAJ Videotape; Approximate runtime: 54 minutes, 57 seconds; black white; sound

Carton 9
Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 42: Implementing Preservation Programs at the Local Level, with Robert E. Stipe [digital copy]

This is a digital file. The Special Collections Research Center provides copies of digital files to patrons upon request, but it cannot guarantee that the files will open.

Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 43: Implementing Preservation Programs at the Local Level (continued), with Robert E. Stipe 1975

EIAJ Videotape; Approximate runtime: 59 minutes, 21 seconds; black white; sound

Carton 9
Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 43: Implementing Preservation Programs at the Local Level (continued), with Robert E. Stipe [digital copy]

This is a digital file. The Special Collections Research Center provides copies of digital files to patrons upon request, but it cannot guarantee that the files will open.

Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 44: The Politics of Preservation, with Dan Morrell 1975

EIAJ Videotape; Approximate runtime: 44 minutes, 30 seconds; black white; sound

Carton 9
Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 44: The Politics of Preservation, with Dan Morrell [digibeta videotape copy]
Carton 9
Planning for Historic Preservation, Tape 44: The Politics of Preservation, with Dan Morrell [digital copy]

This is a digital file. The Special Collections Research Center provides copies of digital files to patrons upon request, but it cannot guarantee that the files will open.

Planning for Historic Preservation, DVD copies of tapes 2 - 27 1975
CD box 11
Planning for Historic Preservation, DVD copies of tapes 28 - 43 1975
CD box 12
A Passion for Place, At Work and At Play, Far Fetched and Dear Bought, and On the Tracks of Progress (finished DVD productions) (2009.0117)

Restricted. For Planning for Historic Preservation videotapes, please access use copies listed below.

Carton 9
Far Fetched and Dear Bought (2009.0117)
Carton 3
Far Fetched and Dear Bought (2009.0117)
Oversize box 8
At Work and At Play (2009.0117)
Carton 4
At Work and At Play (2009.0117)
Carton 6
At Work and At Play; Miscellaneous Videotapes (2009.0117)
Carton 5
On the Tracks of Progress (2009.0117)
Oversize box 7
Building Information 1920-1929
El Nido Drawings 1920-1929 (2009.0117)
Tube 1
Residence, Dr. Z.M. Caviness, Cameron Park, Raleigh. (also known as: Caviness residence) 1914-1915, [1925?]
Size: 20 items

The eclectic Caveness Residence, designed by H.P.S. Keller, shows the influence of several architectural styles prevalent in the early 20th century. The rectilinear massing, with low hip roof and center dormer, is typical of the "American four-square," while its horizontal orientation, brick belt banding and stone trimmed terrace suggest the influence of the Prairie school of architecture. The buff brick construction and wide overhanging eaves link the house to Spanish colonial revival or "Mediterranean" styles also popular at the time. The Colonial revival is evident in the neoclassical exterior cornice and interior details. The rear kitchen wing features a gambrel roof, found on many Dutch colonial revival houses of the period.

Contained here are preliminary drawings (ca. 1925) for a new residence in a style variously described as "manoir," "French eclectic", and "Norman Revival." Characteristic features include stone and half-timbered construction, a high pitched hip roof, and classical treatment of the main entryway. These materials were originally accessioned into the North Carolina Buildings Collection (MC 00225).

Caviness, Z. M.; Wilson, Berryman & Kennedy (Creator); Thomas Meehan and Sons (Creator); Keller, H. P. S. (Creator); Revival movements (Art) -- North Carolina -- Influence; Raleigh (N.C.) -- Buildings, structures, etc.; Landscape design -- North Carolina; Architecture, Domestic -- North Carolina -- Raleigh
Caviness House documents 1915, undated
Legal box 10, Folder 1
"Key to planting plan no. 2974, prepared for Dr. Z.M. Caveness [sic], Raleigh, N.C. by Thomas Meehan Sons ... Philadelphia, Pa." undated
Correspondence from E. Hemming of Thomas Meehan to Dr. Z. M. Caveness [sic] 1915 February 24
Advertisement from Thomas Meehan Sons, Nurserymen Horticulturalists. undated
Caviness House drawings (folder 1 of 2)
Flat folder 1
"Residence, Dr. Z.M. Caviness, Cameron Park, Raleigh, N.C., H.P.S. Keller, architect," 1914

(working drawings on 10 sheets) : vintage blueprints (some hand colored with pencil) ; 36 x 21 in. Scale varies.

Photostats of working drawings, sheets 4 and 5 undated
Caviness House drawings (folder 2 or 2)
Flat folder 2
"Residence for Dr. Z.M. Caveness, Raleigh, N. Car.; Wilson, Berryman, Kennedy, architects, Columbia, S.Car.; Raleigh, N.Car.; Charlotte. N.Car." undated

(preliminary plans and elevation on 3 sheets) : pencil and colored pencil on tracing paper ; various sizes. Scale: 1/8 in = 1 ft.

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[Identification of item], Preservation North Carolina collection of architectural drawings and videotapes, MC 00137, Special Collections Research Center, North Carolina State University Libraries, Raleigh, NC

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