A Building History of Northern New England

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University Press of New England, 2001 - Architecture - 199 pages
Not a tour guide, but a practical reference for owners, town officials, historians, and preservationists contemplating renovation or preservation to the evolving technologies and tastes. By understanding how technologies and styles have shaped a house over the years, says New Hampshire State Archite

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Garvin has served as State Architectural Historian, New Hampshire Division of Historical Resources, since 1987. His familiarity with the region's buildings derives from over 20 years of curatorship, from writing or editing almost 200 National Register nominations, and from preparing over 150 reports on historic buildings. He has also supervised the restoration of several 18th-century structures.

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