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Newton Building

The Newton Building is a 1908 commercial building in downtown San Angelo. Local architect Oscar Ruffini designed the building for businessman W.E. Newton to house a furniture company and the Massie Furniture Company occupied the...

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McWilliams Building

Rosin Preservation documented the 1935 Art Deco style office building and described its current condition and historic features. We developed a historic context in which to evaluate the building’s significance. The Texas Historical Commission concurred...

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Wrigley Lodge

Rosin Preservation developed a determination of eligibility document for the Wrigley Lodge, a Salvation Army building in Chicago, Illinois. Rosin Preservation documented the building and developed a physical description detailing the 1891 historic building and...

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Westport Historic Resources Survey

The 2017 Westport Historic Resources Survey was a once-in-a-generation opportunity to document the extant resources in this most-historic Kansas City neighborhood. The area has a storied past, with roots dating back to the 1830s when...

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Crown Center Survey

Intensive-level survey of the Crown Center Redevelopment Area in Kansas City, Missouri documented over thirty resources associated with the largest privately-financed redevelopment project in Kansas City initiated through state urban redevelopment law. Most of the...

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Denison Historic Resources Survey

To document how their downtown has changed since it became a historic district in 1983, the City of Denison hired Rosin Preservation to resurvey the individual resources that make up the district. The City was...

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Ardmore Historic Resources Survey

Historic Resources Survey of the McLish District in Ardmore, Oklahoma. The survey evaluated 70 resources that represent Ardmore’s initial residential development and rapid growth associated with the regional petroleum industry in the early twentieth century....