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I.       Home Page – WELCOME

A.   Purpose

B.   History

C.   How to Use

D.  Credentials

E.   Contact Me – separate page

II.    Historic National

A.   Dept. of Interior/National Park Service (National Registry)

1.    List of Local District Entries (By County in Florida)

2.    List of Local Individual Sites (By County in Florida)

B.   National Trust for Historic Preservation

III. Historic Florida

A.   Florida Dept. of State

B.   Florida Trust for Historic Preservation

C.   Historic Sites by County

IV.             Historic Palm Beach County - History

A.   Non-county sites

B.   Re-directs to local non-county specific

C.   Lake Worth

D.  Boynton Beach

E.   Jupiter

F.    Delray Beach

G.  Boca Raton

H.  (plus – see other counties above in Florida Historic list)

V.  Historic West Palm Beach – History (by era)

A.   West Palm Beach Register of Historic Places

1.    Structure

a)    City of West Palm Beach Historic Preservation Department

b)    Historic Preservation Board

2.    Process

3.    Benefits

4.    Ad Valorem Tax Exemption

5.    Pacque Program

6.    Window Replacement Guidelines – see also Features & Tips

7.    Roof Guidelines - see also Features & Tips

8.    Other Guidelines  - see also Features & Tips

9.    Eligible Districts (not designated at present)

a)    Colonial Estates

b)    Flamingo Park Business District

c)    Hill District

d)    Lakeside

e)    Lakewood

f)     Northwood Harbour

g)    Northwood Shores

h)    Pinewood

i)      Pleasant City

j)      Providencia Park

k)    Seminole Heights

l)      Sunshine Park

m) Vedado

10.           Eligible Properties

a)    Stub Canal

b)    Courthouse

11.           Formal Districts

a)    Belair

b)    Central Park

c)    Clematis Street Commercial District

d)    El Cid

e)    Flamingo Park

f)     Grandview Heights

g)    Mango Promenade

h)    Northboro Park

i)      Northwest

j)      Northwood Hills

k)    Old Northwood

l)      Prospect Park/Southland Park

m) St. Ann’s Roman Catholic District

n)    West Northwood

12.           Individual Sites

a)        Seaboard Airline Station

b)        Garrison House

c)        Pleasants House

d)        Professional Building

e)        City of WPB Water Plant

f)         American National Bank Building

g)        Halsey House

h)        Guarantee Building

i)          Van Valkenburg House

j)          Wax House

k)        First Presbyterian Church

l)          Dacamara House

m)     Woodlawn Cemetery Gate

n)        Palm Beach Cadillac Company

o)       West Palm Beach Fishing Club

p)        Sadler Building

q)        Ferndix Building

r)         Bullock House

s)         George House

t)          Hurricane of ’28 Mass Burial Site

u)       927 Paseo Andorra House

v)        Gordon House

w)     Wilkinson House

x)        Evergreen Cemetery

y)        Rogers House

z)        Palm Beach Junior College Building

aa)    Temple Beth Israel

bb)   Lightbown House

cc)    Harvey Building

dd)   Arc-Rib Building

ee)    Florida Health Lab Building

13.           Garage Apartments

VI.             Architectural Styles

1.    Vernacular

2.    Conch/Bahamian/Shotgun

3.    Foursquare

4.    Bungalow

5.    Prairie

6.    Neoclassical Revival

7.    Spanish Revival

a)    Mission

b)    Spanish Colonial Revival

c)    Mediterranean Revival

8.    Monterey

9.    Colonial Revival

10.           International

11.           Art Deco

12.           Art Moderne

13.           Church

VII.          Historic Resources

A.   Print (See D.G. Bibliography)

B.   On-line (See D.G. Helpful Websites)

C.   Research (See D.B. How to find information…)

D.  TV

E.   Radio

F.    Retail

G.  Travel/Vacation

VIII.       Historic Features & Tips

A.           Modern Equipment (Air Conditioning, substitute materials, other equipment)

B.           Architectural Details – keeping

C.           Construction Materials – history, maintenance, repair

D.          Doors and Entranceways

E.           Driveways and Sidewalks

F.            Fireplaces and Chimneys

G.          Foundations

H.          Landscaping

I.               New Construction – Fitting into Historic Districts

J.              Objects

K.          Painting

L.            Pecky Cypress

M.         Porches

N.          Exterior Fabric (wood, asbestos, masonry)

O.          Porte Cocheres

P.            Relocation – Of Historic Resources

Q.          Roofs and Barrel Tile

R.           Shutters and Awnings

S.            Sleeping Porches

T.            Street Signs and Light Poles

U.          Windows

V.          Doors and Entrances

W.        Additions

X.           Demolition

Y.          Dormers

Z.            Garages

AA.    Walls and Fences

BB.    Floors         

1.    Wood Floors

a)    Pine

b)    Oak

2.    Terrazzo Floors

3.    Tile Floors

IX.             Glossary of Term

X.                Contact Me

XI.             News

XII.          Events

 

Home Page – WELCOME
Purpose
History
How to Use
Credentials
Contact Me – separate page
Historic National
Dept. of Interior/National Park Service (National Registry)
List of Local District Entries (By County in Florida)
List of Local Individual Sites (By County in Florida)
National Trust for Historic Preservation
Historic Florida
Florida Dept. of State
Florida Trust for Historic Preservation
Historic Sites by County
Historic Palm Beach County - History
Non-county sites
Re-directs to local non-county specific
Lake Worth
Boynton Beach
Jupiter
Delray Beach
Boca Raton
(plus – see other counties above in Florida Historic list)
Historic West Palm Beach – History (by era)
West Palm Beach Register of Historic Places
Structure
City of West Palm Beach Historic Preservation Department
Historic Preservation Board
Process
Benefits
Ad Valorem Tax Exemption
Pacque Program
Window Replacement Guidelines – see also Features & Tips
Roof Guidelines - see also Features & Tips
Other Guidelines  - see also Features & Tips
Eligible Districts (not designated at present)
Colonial Estates
Flamingo Park Business District
Hill District
Lakeside
Lakewood
Northwood Harbour
Northwood Shores
Pinewood
Pleasant City
Providencia Park
Seminole Heights
Sunshine Park
Vedado
Eligible Properties
Stub Canal
Courthouse
Formal Districts
Belair
Central Park
Clematis Street Commercial District
El Cid
Flamingo Park
Grandview Heights
Mango Promenade
Northboro Park
Northwest
Northwood Hills
Old Northwood
Prospect Park/Southland Park
St. Ann’s Roman Catholic District
West Northwood
.        Individual Sites
Seaboard Airline Station
Garrison House
Pleasants House
Professional Building
City of WPB Water Plant
American National Bank Building
Halsey House
Guarantee Building
Van Valkenburg House
Wax House
First Presbyterian Church
Dacamara House
Woodlawn Cemetery Gate
Palm Beach Cadillac Company
West Palm Beach Fishing Club
Sadler Building
Ferndix Building
Bullock House
George House
Hurricane of ’28 Mass Burial Site
927 Paseo Andorra House
Gordon House
Wilkinson House
Evergreen Cemetery
Rogers House
Palm Beach Junior College Building
Temple Beth Israel
Lightbown House
Harvey Building
Arc-Rib Building
Florida Health Lab Building
Garage Apartments
Architectural Styles
Vernacular
Conch/Bahamian/Shotgun
Foursquare
Bungalow
Prairie
Neoclassical Revival
Spanish Revival
Mission
Spanish Colonial Revival
Mediterranean Revival
Monterey
Colonial Revival
International
Art Deco
Art Moderne
Church
Historic Resources
Print (See D.G. Bibliography)
On-line (See D.G. Helpful Websites)
Research (See D.B. How to find information…)
TV
Radio
Retail
Travel/Vacation
Historic Features & Tips
Modern Equipment (Air Conditioning, substitute materials, other equipment)
Architectural Details – keeping
Construction Materials – history, maintenance, repair
Doors and Entranceways
Driveways and Sidewalks
Fireplaces and Chimneys
Foundations
Landscaping
New Construction – Fitting into Historic Districts
Objects
Painting
Pecky Cypress
Porches
Exterior Fabric (wood, asbestos, masonry)
Porte Cocheres
Relocation – Of Historic Resources
Roofs and Barrel Tile
Shutters and Awnings
Sleeping Porches
Street Signs and Light Poles
Windows
Doors and Entrances
Additions
Demolition
Dormers
Garages
Walls and Fences
Floors        
Wood Floors
Pine
Oak
Terrazzo Floors
.        Tile Floors
Glossary of Term
Contact Me
News
Events
Florida Historic Homes
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