Sample Nominations - Multiple Property Documentation

Civil Rights Movement in Birmingham, 1933-1979
Alabama, Reference number: 64500867
This is a good example of context development, registration requirements, and historic integrity evaluations.
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Historic Residential Subdivisions of Metropolitan Denver, 1940-1965
Colorado, Reference number: 64501105
This multiple property cover is a good example of a local subdivision context.
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Historic Residential Suburbs in the United States
Nationwide, Reference number: 64500838
This multiple property cover was developed as a companion to the National Register Bulletin "Historic Residential Suburbs."
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African American Civil Rights in Idaho
Idaho, Reference number: 100007012
This multiple property cover includes a well-constructed and researched context addressing African American settlement in Idaho and associated civil rights activities, both highly visible and more subtle. The context includes a discussion of the role and value of "uplifting" by and within the African American community. The document provides solid registration requirements that address specific issues associated with the property types likely to be found in Idaho communities.
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Good examples of a nomination associated with Multiple Property Documentation Form (Cover)

Streetview with houses on shady street
Fairglen-Additions, San Jose, California

Photograph courtesy of California State Historic Preservation Office

Fairglen Additions (Unit 1, Unit 2, and Unit 3)
California, Reference number: 100004036
Area of Significance: Architecture
Period of Significance: 1959-61

This nomination was submitted under the Multiple Property Documentation Form (Cover) "Housing Tracts of Joseph Eichler in San Jose. California, 1952-1963." Consisting of 218 distinctively modern, affordable homes constructed between 1959 and 1961, the Fairglen Additions reflect the significant local efforts of master builder and developer Joseph Eichler in San Jose. The nomination narrative keeps the significance statement concise and focused on the specific resources. By 1959, Eichler Homes had constructed over 5,000 homes, including developments in Sunnyvale, Menlo Park, Redwood City, and Palo Alto. While others created repetitive tracts of common building types, Eichler’s careful, architect driven designs resulted in striking housing tracts, while still applying mass-production processes targeted to modest home buyers At the time the of the opening of the San Jose Fairglen Additions subdivision, Joseph Eichler explained that after months of effort by Jones and Emmons, AIA, and Anshen and Allen, AIA, “we believe this is the first time in the history of Northern California, or the entire nation, that a major homebuilder has been able to develop six completely different floor-plan concepts, each individually tailored in the pattern of living for a specific family.”
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Hollin Hills Historic District
Virginia, Reference number: 13000807
Area of Significance: Community Planning and Development, Architecture
Period of Significance: 1946-1971
Hollin Hills is an example of a listed district nominated under the "Historic Residential Suburbs in the United States." Hollin Hills Historic District is a harmonious, well-designed Modern Movement neighborhood of innovative, moderately priced houses set within a natural landscape. The foundation of the neighborhood’s success was the collaborative interpretation of the traditional large-scale merchant building practices by developer/builder Robert C. Davenport and architect Charles M. Goodman.
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Last updated: February 9, 2023