National Register Nominations

National Register Nominations

 

Recent Submissions

  • West, Carroll Van (Center for Historic Preservation, Middle Tennessee State University, 2015-01-02)
    The RCA Victor Studios Building, at 30 Music Square West, Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee, is eligible for listing in the National Register of Historic Places under Criterion A for its exceptional significance in the ...
  • Knowles, Susan W.; Simpson, Lydia; Sirna, Angela (Center for Historic Preservation, Middle Tennessee State University, 2013)
    As described in the Multiple Property Submission, “Marble Industry of East Tennessee, ca. 1838-1963,” the marble industry was once an important sector of the regional economy. By the early 1850s, the varicolored marble ...
  • Knowles, Susan W.; Simpson, Lydia; Sirna, Angela (Center for Historic Preservation, Middle Tennessee State University, 2013)
    As described in the Multiple Property Submission, “Marble Industry of East Tennessee, ca. 1838-1963,” the marble industry was once an important sector of the regional economy. The Mead Marble Quarry stands as an example ...
  • West, Carroll Van; Knowles, Susan W. (Center for Historic Preservation, Middle Tennessee State University, 2013-12-02)
    This Multiple Property Submission is based in part on a historic architectural and cultural resources survey conducted during 2012-2013 by Carroll Van West, architectural historian, and Susan W. Knowles, public historian. ...
  • West, Carroll Van; Clawson, Amber; French, Jessica; Gautreau, Abigail (Center for Historic Preservation, Middle Tennessee State University, 2013-04-25)
    The Selma Civil Rights Movement multiple property nomination reviews the history of civil rights activism in Selma from 1865 to 1973 and includes an assessment of extant historic buildings associated with that study.
  • West, Carroll Van (Center for Historic Preservation, Middle Tennessee State University, 2013-02-05)
    The Sullivan Jackson House is a nationally significant landmark of the Civil Rights Movement in Selma, Alabama. Dr. Sullivan Jackson and his wife Richie Jean Jackson were important local leaders. The house served as a ...