Preservation conversation : exploring historic preservation processes in Florida

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Preservation conversation : exploring historic preservation processes in Florida
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Bell, Austin
Kiefer, Renee
Tinnell, Kim
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University of Florida
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PAGE 1

Austin Bell Renee Kiefer Kim Tinnell April 18, 2011

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Historic preservation differs among sites.

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engages the past in a conversation with the present William Murtagh first Keeper of the National Register for Historic Places What does historic preservation do? How does the Importance of the Herschel Shepard Collection Introduction to the exhibition

PAGE 6

Architectural drafting table Pencil, protractor, line level Rolled blueprints Book Photographs Herschel Shepard photo and bio

PAGE 7

The Apalachee Council House

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Council House: 8Le4 Excavation Block 1, Spring Feature Profiles Archaeological profile of Council House post molds Author unknown Facsimile of handwritten drawing Circa 1985 8 x 11 inches Computer rendering of proposed Council House layout Author unknown Date unknown 5 x 7 inches Archaeological site plan for Council House Author unknown Facsimile of computer printout with handwritten notes Circa 1985 11 x 8 inches Case 1 Grouping

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Interior view of application of palm frond thatched roof to Council House Photographer unknown Photographic print, reproduction from Date unknown 6 x 4 inches Exterior view (from ground) of construction of Council House with scaffolding Photographer unknown Photographic print, reproduction from Date unknown 6 x 4 inches Council House under construction, view from interior before installation of benches Photographer unknown Photographic print Date unknown 6 x 4 inches Council House under construction, view from interior of two men in cherry picker Photographer unknown Photographic print Date unknown 6 x 4 inches Exterior view of Council House during application of roof thatching Photographer unknown Date unknown 5 x 7 inches Case 2 Photo Cluster 1

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Fire alarm and exit sign on interior of entrance to Council House Austin Bell Photographic print February 2011 4 x 6 inche s Lighting and sprinkler systems along interior roof of Council House Austin Bell Photographic print February 2011 4 x 6 inches Concrete support anchors at the base of the peripheral post holes of Council House Austin Bell Photographic print February 2011 4 x 6 inches Crossbeam support along interior roof of Council House Austin Bell Photographic print February 2011 4 x 6 inches Panoramic view of Council House interior Austin Bell Photographic print February 2011 5 x 7 inches Case 2 Photo Cluster 2

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Artist unknown Photographic reproduction Reproduced in 2002 with permission from Elsbeth Gordon 9 x 13 inches

PAGE 18

Renovations to Government House, Interior Elevations Shepard and Associates, Inc. Architectural drawing June 27, 1988 Sheet A5 24 x 36 inches

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St. Augustine Historic District State Properties and Structures University of Florida Poster 2008 16 x 11.8 inches

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Gamble Mansion west side elevation Historic American Buildings Survey Blueprint June 22, 1935 Sheet 3 of 10 18 x 24 inches

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prepared for the Florida Department of State, Division of Archives, History and Records Management Herschel Shepard Fisher & Shepard Architects & Planners, Inc. Thirty three page typeset report June 21, 1974 11 x 18 inches

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Letter to Herschel Shepard from Florida Department of Natural Resources Two page typeset letter November 17, 1977 11 x 18 inches

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Introductory panel Object checklist Object labels Key images Layout Press release Brochure CD



PAGE 1

Austin Bell Renee Kiefer Kim Tinnell April 18, 2011

PAGE 2

Historic preservation differs among sites.

PAGE 5

“It has been said that, at its best, preservation engages the past in a conversation with the present over a mutual concern for the future.” William Murtagh, first Keeper of the National Register for Historic PlacesWhat does historic preservation do? How does the “conversation”change from site to site?Importance of the Herschel Shepard CollectionIntroduction to the exhibition

PAGE 6

Architectural drafting tablePencil, protractor, line level Rolled blueprintsBook PhotographsHerschel Shepard photo and bio

PAGE 7

The Apalachee Council House

PAGE 10

“Block 1 –Council House: 8Le4 Excavation Block 1, Spring ’85 Post & Feature Profiles” Archaeological profile of Council House post molds Author unknown Facsimile of handwritten drawing Circa 1985 8 x 11 inches Computer rendering of proposed Council House layout Author unknown Photographic print, reproduction from slide (2x2”) Date unknown 5 x 7 inches“Block 1 –Council House” Archaeological site plan for Council House Author unknown Facsimile of computer printout with handwritten notes Circa 1985 11 x 8 inchesCase 1 Grouping

PAGE 12

Interior view of application of palm frond thatched roof to Council House Photographer unknown Photographic print, reproduction from slide (2x2”) Date unknown 6 x 4 inches Exterior view (from ground) of construction of Council House with scaffolding Photographer unknown Photographic print, reproduction from slide (2x2”) Date unknown 6 x 4 inches Council House under construction, view from interior before installation of benches Photographer unknown Photographic print Date unknown 6 x 4 inches Council House under construction, view from interior of two men in cherry picker Photographer unknown Photographic print Date unknown 6 x 4 inches Exterior view of Council House during application of roof thatching Photographer unknown Photographic print, reproduction from slide (2x2”) Date unknown 5 x 7 inches

PAGE 13

Fire alarm and exit sign on interior of entrance to Council House Austin Bell Photographic print February 2011 4 x 6 inche s Lighting and sprinkler systems along interior roof of Council House Austin Bell Photographic print February 2011 4 x 6 inches Concrete support anchors at the base of the peripheral post holes of Council House Austin Bell Photographic print February 2011 4 x 6 inches Crossbeam support along interior roof of Council House Austin Bell Photographic print February 2011 4 x 6 inches Panoramic view of Council House interior Austin Bell Photographic print February 2011 5 x 7 inchesCase 2 Photo Cluster 2

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View of the Governor’s House at St. Augustine, in E. Florida, November 1764 Artist unknown Photographic reproduction Reproduced in 2002 with permission from Elsbeth Gordon 9 x 13 inches

PAGE 18

Renovations to Government House, Interior Elevations Shepard and Associates, Inc. Architectural drawing June 27, 1988 Sheet A5 24 x 36 inches

PAGE 20

St. Augustine Historic District State Properties and Structures University of Florida Poster 2008 16 x 11.8 inches

PAGE 24

Gamble Mansion west side elevation Historic American Buildings Survey Blueprint June 22, 1935 Sheet 3 of 10 18 x 24 inches

PAGE 26

“The Gamble Mansion: A Report”, prepared for the Florida Department of State, Division of Archives, History and Records Management Herschel Shepard, Fisher & Shepard, Architects & Planners, Inc. Thirty three page typeset report June 21, 1974 11 x 18 inches

PAGE 27

Letter to Herschel Shepard, from Florida Department of Natural Resources Two page typeset letter November 17, 1977 11 x 18 inches

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Introductory panelObject checklistObject labelsKey imagesLayoutPress releaseBrochureCD