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Past Buchanan Award Winners


"Future Places" project by the City of Atlanta


"Dudley Farm-National Historic Landmark Nomination" by Evelyn D. Causey, PhD.  read more


“Traditional Patterned Brickwork Buildings of New Jersey” by Architectural Historian Robert W. Craig, of the New Jersey State Historic Preservation Office

“The Asian Americans in Los Angeles Historic Context Statements” and the associated National Register of Historic Places’ Multiple Property Documentation Form by the Los Angeles City Planning Office of Historic Resources  read more


The Montana African American Heritage Resources Project provides a model for public outreach that uses interactive Web-based digital media to bring together a wealth of resources that contribute significantly to our understanding of the black experience in the west. read more


Megan Springate et al. -  LGBTQ America Theme Study & Rachel Galan and Anthony Souther – Caddo Grass House  Reconstruction read more


The Newport Restoration Foundation, of Newport, RI for their 2016 conference Keeping History Above Water, exhibition, and publication Keeping 74 Bridge Street Above Water: Lessons from the City of Newport and the Point Neighborhood. read more


Tania Martin, the Gaspé Field School in Built Heritage and Cultural Landscapes, and San Francisco Heritage, The San Francisco Heritage Legacy Business Initiative read more


Stephen Fan for "SUB URBANISMS: Casino Company Town/China Town” read more


Western Clay Manufacturing Company Conservation Praxis project read more


Pennsylvania Agricultural History Project and Sally McMurry, Project Coordinator read more


Donald Linebaugh for "Goulson Frame House Project" read more


Georgia State University Heritage Preservation Program, for its project "Single-Family Residential Development: DeKalb County, Georgia, 1945-1970." read more


North Carolina Architects & Builders: A Biographical Dictionary. This resource covers a large and ever-growing group of architects, builders, craftsman, artisans, and related individuals who planned and constructed buildings in the state. read more


Triangle Modernist Archive, Inc., for creating and maintaining Triange Modernist Houses, an extensive online archive that catalogs, preserves, and promotes modernist residential design in the Triangle area of North Carolina. read more


Marvin A. Brown, "Tools for Assessing the Significance and Integrity of North Carolina's Rosenwald Schools."


The London Town Foundation and Anne Arundel County Department of Recreation and Parks, Maryland, for the reconstruction and reinterpretation of the Lord Mayor’s Tenement, a Chesapeake earthfast dwelling.


Tilting Recreation and Cultural Society, Fogo Island, Newfoundland, Canada and a key member, Robert Mellin, for efforts since 1987 in documenting, preserving, and restoring structures, artifacts, and folkways of a traditional fishing village.


The Corporation for Jefferson's Poplar Forest, Bedford County, Virginia, for its path-breaking research, restoration, and interpretation of Thomas Jefferson's Villa Retreat, and its associated field school.


Camille Wells, William Callahan and Ed Cook, "Dendrochronology for the Colonial Virginia House."


Historic American Buildings Survey, Washington, D.C., "Silent Witness: Quaker Meetinghouses in the Delaware Valley, 1695 to the Present"; and Mark Wenger and Myron Stachiw, "James Madison's Montpelier: Report of the Architectural Investigation."


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Center for Historic Architecture and Design, University of Delaware and Delaware Agricultural Museum. Exhibit: "Agricultural Lands."


Hardlines Design Co./U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.  "Thematic Study of Civil Works Residences for U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Pittsburgh District."


Massachusetts Executive Office of Environmental Affairs, Department of Environmental Management, Office of Historic Resources. "The Civilian Conservation Corps Initiative."


National Building Museum, Washington, D.C. Exhibit: "Lying Lightly on the Land: Building America’s National Park Roads and Parkways."


State Historical Society of Wisconsin (Madison) and Minnesota Historical Society (St. Paul). Conference Series: "Breaking New Ground on Old Buildings:  Historic Architecture and Landscapes in Wisconsin and Minnesota."


Thomas Carter, University of Utah, Salt Lake City. Program for Documenting the Architectural Heritage of the Western United States.


Canadian Centre for Architecture, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Geographic Information System and Exhibit: "Opening the Gates of Eighteenth Century Montreal.”


LCS Project Team, Atlanta, Georgia. National Register Nomination for the Martin Luther King, Jr. Historic Site.


Andrew and Anderson, P.C., Golden, Colorado. HAER Documentation for The Cresson Mine Ore Sorting House, Cripple Creek Mining District, Cripple Creek, Colorado.


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