Dallas Public Library: Researching the History of a Building
These materials can help you determine when a building was constructed and/or remodeled, for whom it was built, the identity of the architect or contractor, and information about who has lived or worked in the structure.
Denver Public Library
Western History and Genealogy
Building and Neighborhood History
Building and Neighborhood History Tutorial
Fort Collins Public Library Local History Archive - Researching the History of Your Home
History of Buildings in Grand Rapids Research Guide
Grand Rapids Public Library, Michigan .
House & Building History Research - LibGuides at Minnesota Historical Society Library
How to Research Architecture
Research guide from the New York Public Library Center for the Humanities Wallach Division of Art, Prints & Photographs.
Library Can Help Research of Home History
Describes library resources available to research architecture and houses in Buffalo, New York.
Property and house history
England. From the Devon Library and Information Services.
Researching old houses in Winchester/Frederick County Virginia
The Archives Room, Handley Regional Library, Winchester - Frederick County Historical Society, Virginia.
Researching the History of Your House
A Bibliography Prepared by David L. Langenberg, Local History Committee, History Section, R. U. S. A.
Researching the History of Your House - Special Collections - Kansas City Public Library
Understanding your house and its history will provide insight into previous residents/owners, the neighborhood, and the community at large.
The National Archives | Research, education & online exhibitions | Getting started | House history
The National Archives | Getting started | House history | Starting house history research
Tracing the History of Your House
Michigan. A Guide to Local Resources Prepared by Mount Clemens Public Library.
Your Old House - California Room - San José Public Library
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