Category Archives: DAHP Information

DONOVAN GRAY

DAHP is saddened to report the passing of Donovan Gray, 68, a former DAHP colleague and ardent supporter of the arts and historic preservation. According to today’s centralmaine.com post, Donovan died from injuries suffered after a crash on Thursday near … Continue reading

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Wisaard Updates

Hi All, As most of you know we rolled out some small Wisaard improvements a week ago. That same day was the start of my vacation so I did not have time to fill you all in on what changed. So … Continue reading

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UPDATE: WISAARD Back and Operational

Good news! Planned maintenance work on WISAARD scheduled for all day on Friday March 31, has finished up early and the system is back on-line. We hope the shortened maintenance time frame will minimize any inconvenience to our customers. Thank … Continue reading

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4Culture is offering Landmarks Capital Grant

Funding available in King County for historic preservation projects. Get all the details here:    PRESS RELEASE      

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POSSIBLE RESCUE FOR EVERETT’S LONGFELLOW SCHOOL

Historic Everett and other supporters of preservation of the Longfellow School received good news late last week that an anonymous donor has stepped forward to purchase the school for adaptive re-use as the new home of the Everett Museum of … Continue reading

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2017 YAMA Archaeology Field School

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KEEPING HISTORY ABOVE WATER CONFERENCE SEEKING PROPOSALS for PRESENTERS

Please visit http://www.historyabovewater.org/2017-conference/ to review the guidelines and apply to present at the conference including deadlines for submitting proposals. An international gathering on adapting historic coastal communities to sea level rise Hosted by the City of Annapolis with Support from … Continue reading

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ACHP Comment on Funding Technology as Section 106 Mitigation

Recently the National Conference of State Historic Preservation Officers requested that the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation comment on the appropriateness of the use of mitigation funds to further information technology at State Historic Preservation Offices. Specifically, financial support would … Continue reading

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APTNW Technical Workshop

The NW Chapter of the Association of Preservation Technology is organizing a workshop on water repellents to be held in Seattle on April 29th.  The use of water repellents on historic masonry can be a divisive topic.  Knowledgeable professionals who … Continue reading

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Society of Architectural Historians 2017 Conference

The Marion Dean Ross Chapter of the Society of Architectural Historian’s 2017 conference preliminary program is now available: http://www.sahmdr.org/conf/Victoria_SAHMDR_preliminary_program_2017.pdf The preliminary program is not the final program, but it is fairly close.  We plan to send out the final program … Continue reading

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