Credits for Working on the Past in Local Historic Districts
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This is an historical image of what is now Pullman Historic District, Chicago, Illinois. Photo: Courtesy, Historic Pullman Foundation. Working on the Past in Local Historic Districts
 

Working on the Past in Local Historic Districts was created by Kay Weeks, Heritage Preservation Services, NPS, in cooperation with the Oregon State Historic Preservation Office, and in partnership with Susan Henry Renaud, Historic Preservation Planning Program, Heritage Preservation Services, NPS. Appreciation is extended to John Renaud, State, Tribal, and Local Programs, Heritage Preservation Services, NPS, for lending his expertise at key points along the way. Mark Oviatt, Oviatt Media, is credited with the web site design.

Thanks go to the following individuals for contributing to the content and also to those who provided helpful comments during review: Dave Skilton, Dan Becker, Pratt Cassity, Noré Winter, Dwayne Jones, Christine Laughlin, Chris Cochran, Karen Padnos, Bill and Kathleen Frazier, Richard Schmidt, Elizabeth Johnson, Barbara Sidway, David Gratz, Jeff Joslin, Loren Waxman, Stephen Dennis, Brad Linder, George Kramer, Anne Giffen, Rebecca Bond, Allen Nelson, Doug Killin, Pam Silbernagel, Mike Miller, Hugo Gardea, and David Wark. Credits also appear on specific pages.

Finally, special thanks to colleagues Fran Gale and Sharon Park, who lent their long-term support to this project and to Terry Childs, who always gives devoted attention to both content and functionality.

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