HISTORIC ST. AUGUSTINE PRESERVATION BOARD
DATE: August 7, 1973
SUBJECT: Montgomery (Yaneda) House
Report on telephone conversation with Randy Nanmicht, Historic Preserva-
tionist. Department of Arch!4s. History andt Records % agaeMentt Tallahasee.
Nimnicht reports that the federal appropriation for historic preservation
has not yet passed Congress. hen- this is done, the Depaitment of the
Interior will allocate the funds to the several states based on a formula.
Until notification of the amount of this allocation Is received in Talla-
hassee, they will not know how much money -they have to work with. This
Information should be available In the fall, but perhaps as late as November
The Yaneda House project has a high priority in the state program, and pros-
pects appear good if the total federal program is adequately funded.
October 2, 1973
Mr. William Thurston of Archives and History wae In office. Stated that
there was stilt no word from Washington, but felt optimistic about the project,
assuming anticipated level of funding.