Category:HABS

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The Historic American Buildings Survey (HABS) was a project started in 1933 to document significant houses in America. This documentation includes photographs, drawings and written descriptions that are now housed at the Library of Congress. Twelve houses in Twickenham and one house in Old Town were included in this survery in the 1930s. The HABS documents for these houses are available on this website.

A sister program, the Historic American Engineering Record (HAER) documents engineering facilities of historical significance, including several of the facilities at Marshall Space Flight Center.

The links below will take you to the houses that were part of the HABS project. To see the HABS pictures for that house:

  • Click on the List button in the Picture Gallery
  • Select HABS from the Picture Gallery List
  • Click the Apply button.
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