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Date Span: 1960s-2000s
Physical Description: 1 CD Rom [+ Shared WA Drive]
Organizational Sketch: From the AHC website, http://preserveala.org/alabamaregister.aspx?sm=f_b
"The Alabama Register of Landmarks and Heritage is an official listing of buildings, sites, structures, objects, and districts worthy of preservation. These properties may be of national, state, and local significance. The designation is honorary and carries no restrictions or financial incentives.
The Alabama Register of Landmarks and Heritage was created by the AHC to provide the public with a quick, easy way to bring recognition to historic properties. The Alabama Register includes properties such as cemeteries, churches, moved properties, reconstructed properties, and properties at least 40 years old."
Scope / Content Note: Alabama Register forms and information pursuant to successful nominations of 9 sites in Houston County. Contains registration nomination forms, maps, photographic images, and supporting documentation.
Provenance: Nominations made by local individuals and groups to the Alabama Historical Commission. AHC digitized all successful nomination packets and provided those for Houston County to the Wiregrass Archives upon request, in 2011. As of March 18, 2015, AHC had posted nomination materials online for six counties, Autauga--Bullock, to http://preserveala.org/pdfs/AR/Alabama%20Register%20of%20Landmarks%20&%20Heritage%20Property%20Listing%20%28for%20web%29.pdf
Processing Notes: Files printed from CD. Arranged in Vertical File by Place name with cross reference to Alabama Register of Historical Places and RG 115. RG 115 contains administrative documentation and Master copy of CD.
Preferred Citation: Alabama Register of Landmarks and Heritage, RG 115, Wiregrass Archives, Troy University Dothan Campus, Dothan, AL.
Access/User Limits? Open, public records
Proc Date: 3/18/2015 Processor: TB / MTO
Alabama Midland Depot, Ashford: Reg. Form; Floor Plan; 4 exterior images
Columbia Jail, Columbia: Reg. Form
Dexter & Main Historic District, Webb: Reg. form; Powerpoint w/ 18 images; News Article; 1 image
Express Car & [Bay Line] Business Car #502, City National Bank "Depot" Branch, Dothan: Reg. Form; 2 images
First Missionary Baptist Church, Dothan: Reg. Form; Floor Plan; Image of map w/ location
George Washington Carver High School, Dothan: Reg. Form; 13 exterior images; 4 interior images
Murphy's Grist Mill, Dothan, vicinity: Reg. Form
NBCAR Historic District, Dothan: Reg Form; Cherry Street AME Church History; 2 maps of district; 2 PDF folders of supporting documents, including images
Wilson Windmill, Dothan [Dothan Area Botanical Gardens]: Reg. Form; 7 images