. ([1976) Virginia catalog :a list of measured drawings, photographs, and written documentation in the Survey Charlottesville : Published for the Historic American Buildings Survey by the University Press of Virginia,MLA Citation
. Virginia Catalog: A List Of Measured Drawings, Photographs, And Written Documentation In The Survey. Charlottesville : Published For The Historic American Buildings Survey By The University Press Of Virginia, [1976. Print.
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Virginia catalog : a list of measured drawings, photographs, and written documentation in the Survey /
Compiled by the Virginia Historic Landmarks Commission, the Historic American Buildings Survey.
|Published:||Charlottesville : Published for the Historic American Buildings Survey by the University Press of Virginia, |
|Topics:||Architecture - Virginia - Catalogs. | Historic buildings - Virginia. | Architecture - Pays du Commonwealth - Catalogues. | Architecture - Virginie - Catalogues. | Virginia Historic Landmarks Commission.|
|Regions:||Virginia - Historic buildings. | Virginia.|
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|008||740416s1976 vaua c 000 0 eng|
|110||2 |aHistoric American Buildings Survey.|
|245||10|aVirginia catalog :|ba list of measured drawings, photographs, and written documentation in the Survey /|cCompiled by the Virginia Historic Landmarks Commission, the Historic American Buildings Survey.|
|260|||aCharlottesville :|bPublished for the Historic American Buildings Survey by the University Press of Virginia,|c|
|300|||axii, 461 pages :|billustrations ;|c23 cm|
|505||0 |aThe Virginia Historic Landmarks Commission -- The Historic American Buildings Surevy -- Introduction -- The HABS Virginia Catalog -- The HABS Virginia Inventory|
|520|||aThe Virginia Historic Landmarks Commission has as its primary objective the recognition and protection of all structures in the Commonwealth which are of significance. The first step in the fulfillment of this formidable mandate is of course to survey and identify the basic resources that may be of significance. Consequently in June 1967 the newly commissioned agency began its survey of historic buildings and sites within the Commonwealth. During the course of the survey, the Commission staff members took new and more extensive photographs of the previously inventoried properties and marked the exact location of each structure or site on the United States Geological Survey maps which form the Commission's permanent map collection. In its work, the Commission staff also identified many more structures and sites of significance than were in the HABS collection. At present the Commission's files include information for more than 10,000 properties in every county and city in the Commonwealth. The present HABS catalog contains brief entries of approximately 3,800 properties, 190 of which were added to the original HABS list during this survey. -- pg. [vii].|
|530|||aAlso issued online.|
|610||26|aVirginia Historic Landmarks Commission.|
|650||6|aArchitecture|zPays du Commonwealth|vCatalogues.|
|710||2 |aVirginia Historic Landmarks Commission.|
|776||08|iOnline version:|aHistoric American Buildings Survey.|tVirginia catalog.|dCharlottesville, Published for the Historic American Buildings Survey by the University Press of Virginia |w(OCoLC)643576263|
|938|||aBaker & Taylor|bBKTY|c22.50|d22.50|i0813905184|n0000308413|sactive|
|945|||aMaster record variable field(s) change: 505|b08/24/2018|