Historic American Buildings Survey/Historic American Engineering Record
Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
HABS - Cedar Pass Cabins, Badlands National Park, 2012
This series contains electronic copies of the Historic American Building Survey (HABS) documentation of the cabins at Cedar Pass in the Badlands National Park. Documentation includes photographs, drawings, written history, and descriptions. Photographs are saved as TIFF files, descriptions and written history as PDF files, and drawings as PDF files and CAD drawings.
HABS on Microfiche, Parts 1 and 2, 1980 - 1988
This series consists of the Historic American Buildings Survey in South Dakota, Parts 1 and 2 on microfiche. The fiche contains photographs, historical narratives and drawings of historic South Dakota structures. Records are grouped by county.
HABS - Patten Consolidated School, Underwood United Methodist Church, 2011
HABS - Patten Consolidated School, Underwood United Methodist Church, World War II Bomb Site, 2010 - 2011
This series contains photographs, digital photographs, and drawings related to the PrairieWinds Wind Farm project. These records document the Patten Consolidated School, the Underwood United Methodist Church, and a WWII bomb site as mitigation for an adverse effect to the structures. The photographs were taken in 2010, and document the general landscape, as well as the structures.
HABS/HAER Black Hills Inventory, 1974 - 1976
HABS/HAER Ellsworth Air Force Base Site and Readiness Hangar, 1993 - 1993
The accession includes two Historic American Building Survey reports for Ellsworth Air Force Base Site and Readiness Hangar, 26 black and white photographs, and 20 architectural drawings.
HABS/HAER Ellsworth Air Force Base Surveillance Structure
HABS/HAER Lower Rapid Valley Irrigation Ditches, 1993 - 1995
This series contains the Historic American Engineering Record (HAER) documentation for the Lower Rapid Valley Irrigation Ditches (SD-5 to SD-13). Materials include correspondence, black and white photographs, and “Written Historical and Descriptive Data” report.
HABS/HAER Mystic, South Dakota, 1986 - 1987
This folder contains architectural drawings for miscellaneous buildings located in Mystic, South Dakota, Pennington County. The drawings were sponsored for the Historic American Buildings Survey, circa 1986-1987. Buildings include: the Assay Office, the Blacksmith Shop, Cedar Chest and Mondaine Chalet, the Granary, the Ice House, McCahan Memorial Chapel, the Oil House, William Frink's House, and George Frink's Privy.
HABS/HAER Nemo Road Retaining Wall Study, 2001 - 2001
This series includes the Historic American Buildings Survey site drawings associated with the Nemo Road Retaining Wall Study (HPO project #980915008F). The drawings document the retaining wall segments located on the site and their significance, as stipulated in the memorandum of agreement’s mitigation requirements.
HABS/HAER Ruskin Park Photographs, 1999 - 1999
HABS/HAER Ruskin Park Photographs and Maps, 1998 - 1998
This collection is of photos of buildings and survey maps of the area known as Ruskin Park. Ruskin Park is located on private land near Forestburg in Sanborn County. Also included is a building photo inventory index. The survey was taken in 1998 to document the area because it was scheduled to be cleared by the Natural Resources and Conservation Service.
Historic American Building Survey (HABS) Report - Ellsworth Air Force Base Building 88247 (Surveillance Structure), 2014
Historic American Building Survey - Ruskin Park, Sanborn County, 1999
Historic Preservation Office, 1925 - 2014, bulk: 1985 - 2012
Review and Compliance - Minnehaha Co Bridge, Fairfax Water Tower, Stone Culvert on BNSF Railway, Jerry Bennett Farm Barn, and Elwood Lyle Wind Powered Mill, 2009 - 2014
This series consists of photographs (digital, prints, and negatives), sketches, plans, and other documentation submitted to the State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) to mitigate adverse effects to five historic bridges and structures. These structures include: a Minnehaha County bridge, the Fairfax water tower, a stone culvert on the BNSF railroad near Garretson, the Jerry Bennett farm barn, and the Elwood C. Lyle wind-powered mill.