We sat down with Kirk Huffaker, executive director of Preservation Utah and author of Salt Lake City, Then and Now (2008), to discuss the role of historic preservation at places of meaning, what he refers to as sites of conscience. Huffaker is guest editor of the winter 2017 issue of the Utah Historical Quarterly.
Bim Oliver, author of “Modernism on Campus: Architecture at the University of Utah, 1945-1975,” offers readers excerpts and quotes from his research notes regarding modernism at the university.
Forest Service Architectural Plans and Manuals, 1935-1940
These Forest Service architectural plans and manuals, published between 1935 and 1940, depict the styles and layouts then common to Forest Service structures.
- Intermountain Region Building Construction Manual, 1935
- Forest Service Improvement Handbook, 1937
- Forest Service Principles of Architectural Planning, 1938
- Acceptable Plans for Forest Service Buildings, 1938
- Architectural Trend of Future Forest Service Buildings, 1940