Historic Structures, Districts, and Landscapes: Cold War Historic Properties
Management Approaches for Cold War Resources
- Programmatic Approaches to the Management of Cold War Historic Properties - Report, 2015 (Legacy 13-701) [7.35 MB]
This document develops a programmatic approach for the consistent management of DoD Cold War-era resources by analyzing the existing Cold War documentation to reduce the need for case-by-case Section 106 compliance. The document includes management categories of Cold War-related properties, recommendations for a variety of management approaches specific to each category, and next steps for developing approaches. Van Citters: Historic Preservation, LLC; SRI Foundation.
Reserve and National Guard Aircraft Hangars
- Historical and Architectural Overview of Aircraft Hangars of the Reserve and National Guard Installations from World War I Through the Cold War - Report, 2011 (Legacy 09-431) [9.84 MB]
This architectural history and context of aviation and hangar development in the Reserve and National Guard provides a framework that the National Guard and Reserves can use in the National Register eligibility determination process. Jayne Aaron.
Installations in Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands
- Regional Cold War History for Department of Defense Installations in Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands - Report, 2011 (Legacy 09-454) [2.71 MB]
This regional history of Guam and the Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands (CNMI) presents a framework for determining NRHP eligibility within a definitive context. The history represents a means to more evenly and expediently evaluate resources from the U.S. military response during the Cold War period of significance. Jayne Aaron.
Architecture and Engineering Firms of the Cold War
- A Guide to Architecture and Engineering Firms of the Cold War Era - Report, 2010 (Legacy 09-434) [31.20 MB]
This reference provides biographical and historical information concerning A/E firms and associated principal architects and engineers. The document identifies military buildings designed by these firms and provides greater contextual understanding of A/E firms and military architecture in the Cold War era. David W. Moore, Jr., Justin B. Edgington, and Emily T. Payne.