The illustrated examples of successful projects in Oregon make a strong case for applying different sets of Standards, depending upon the significance of a particular resource, its importance to the district, its intended use, and any interpretive goals. The organizations and owners involved in these diverse projects—as well as historians, planners, architects, conservators, and reviewers—all asked the same basic questions prior to work: “What is the history of the place and how will the work protect it, or explain it? ” In each instance, the answer led to selection of the most appropriate treatment and helped create a specific scope of work that was consistent with the treatment goal.
Preservation / Jacksonville National Historic District
Rehabilitation 1 / Baker Historic District
Rehabilitation 2 / Ladd's Addition Historic District
Restoration / Monteith Historic District
Reconstruction / Oswald West Coastal Retreat