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Neenah historical and architectural survey project: intensive survey report

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Adams, Peter
Neenah historical and architectural survey project: intensive survey report
[Neenah, Wisconsin]: [Neenah Dept. of Community Development], 1982
128 p. : ill., maps; 22 x 29 cm.

The purpose of this survey was to compile a list of districts and individual properties potentially eligible to the National Register of Historic Places within the city limits of Neenah, Wisconsin, as the first phase of the properties surveyed, 172 were identified by the principal investigator as potentially eligible, 83% of which were within six districts. Two of these districts were commercial and the rest were residential. An additional 232 properties of unknown or future eligibility wre also identified, 29% of which were within two residential districts. With the completion of the survey, it is recommended that the education and nomination phases of the project begin. In addition, it is recommended that a committee be appointed by the Mayor to formulate a landmarks commision ordinance in order to integrate historic preservation into public and private planning.

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Contents

[Cover]

[Title page] Neenah historical and architectural survey project: intensive survey report

Acknowledgements

Abstract

Table of contents

Introduction, pp. [1]-4

History of Neenah, pp. [5]-48

Methodology, pp. [49]-54

Survey results, pp. [55]-88

Recommendations, pp. [89]-96

Appendices, pp. [97]-128

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