U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service
This National Register Bulletin was partially funded by the Department of Defense Legacy Resources Management Program in partnership with the Naval Historical Center, and was written through a cooperative agreement between the National Maritime Initiative, National Park Service, and the National Conference of State Historic Preservation Officers.
The Bulletin was prepared by Anne Millbrooke, Historian, Bozeman, Montana, in association with Patrick W. Andrus, Historian, National Register of Historic Places, David B. Whipple, Historian, the National Maritime Initiative, National Park Service, while on assignment to the Naval Historical Center, and Jody Cook, Historian, National Park Service, Southeast Region. Ms. Millbrooke prepared the sections on aviation in American history, types of historic aviation properties, applying the National Register criteria to historic aviation properties, nominating historic aviation properties, and the list of recommended sources. Mr. Andrus prepared the sections on evaluating integrity of location and setting, and preparing the National Register nomination. Mr. Whipple prepared the sections on evaluating the integrity of an aircraft's materials, the nature of aircraft maintenance, and evaluating the qualities of design, workmanship, feeling, and association. Jody Cook of the National Park Service's Southeast Region added substantially to the history of aviation section.
The authors would like to gratefully acknowledge the assistance of their colleagues at the Legacy Resources Management Program, U.S. Department of Defense; the National Register of Historic Places, National Park Service; the National Maritime Initiative, National Park Service; the Naval Historical Center, U.S. Navy; the National Conference of State Historic Preservation Officers; and in particular David J. Cooper, Naval Historical Center; Hugh A. McClellan, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers; Dominick A. Pisano, Linda Neuman Ezell, and Edward McManus, National Air and Space Museum; Kevin Foster, National Park Service, National Maritime Initiative; and Paul Williams, Air Force Legacy Program.
The authors are indebted to other colleagues in the cultural resources programs of the National Park Service. These include Carol D. Shull, Keeper of the National Register of Historic Places; Edwin Bearss, former Chief Historian of the National Park Service; Rama R. Badamo, National Historic Landmarks Program; Paul Lusignan, Beth L. Savage, and Sarah Dillard Pope, National Register of Historic Places; Leonard Brown, Michael Crowe, Holly Dunbar, Bonnie Huston, Roger Kelly, Gregory Kendrick, and Clifford Tobias, National Park Service Regional Offices; and Antoinette Lee, Heritage Preservation Services Program.
In addition, for their thoughtful comments we would like to thank: Ronald D. Anzalone, Advisory Council on Historic Preservation; David J. Bederman, Emory University School of Law; Judson E. Bennett, Jr., Army Center of Military History; Judith E. Bittner, Alaska Office of History and Archaeology; W.G. Burlingame, Pacific Aerospace Museum; David J. Cooper, and Jim Draeger, State Historical Society of Wisconsin; Robert Craig, New Jersey State Historic Preservation Office; Dan Deibler, Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission; Paul C. Diebold, and Suzanne Fischer, Indiana Division of Historic Preservation and Archeology; Rebecca DuBey, Southern Museum of Flight; H. Michael Gelfand, University of Arizona; Richard E. Gillespie, and Patricia R. Thrasher, TIGHAR; Roy A. Grossnick, Naval Aviation History Branch; Joe E. Haynes, Dallas, TX; Thomas F. King, Silver Spring, MD; Paul McAllister, U.S. Air Force; Jan Nash, Tallgrass Historians L.C.; A.J. Ponnwitz, U.S. Marine Corps; Michael P. Speciale, New England Air Museum; Robert L. Taylor, Antique Airplane Association, Inc.; Richard Uppstrom, United States Air Force Museum; Ray Wagner, San Diego Aerospace Museum; and Ray B. Weisenburger, Kansas State University.
This publication has been prepared pursuant to the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966, as amended, which directs the Secretary of the Interior to develop and make available information concerning historic properties. This National Register Bulletin was developed under the general editorship of Carol D. Shull, Keeper of the National Register of Historic Places. Beth L. Savage, architectural historian, National Register of Historic Places, is responsible for publications coordination. Rama R. Badamo, Sarah Dillard Pope and Tanya M. Velt provided editorial and technical support. Comments on this publication should be directed to Keeper of the National Register of Historic Places, National Register, History and Education, National Park Service, 1849 C St. N.W., #2280, Washington, D.C. 20240.
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