002 National Landmark designation, memo from William D. Chambers to Xenia S. Miller and J. Irwin Miller

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002 National Landmark designation, memo from William D. Chambers to Xenia S. Miller and J. Irwin Miller

Description

Memo describes National Historic Landmark designation process and explains the request to sign a waiver for the standard 60-day comment period.

Date

2000/04/04

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Language

English

Type

text

Identifier

C0001_Ia_B01_f04_002

Coverage

Columbus, Ind.

Is Part Of

301 Washington Street Collection (C0001), Series I. Subseries a., Box 1 Folder 4, Columbus Indiana Architectural Archives, BCPL Archives, Bartholomew County Public Library, Columbus, IN; 301 Washington Street: Cornerstone of Columbus, Indiana (digital collection).

Bibliographic Citation

National Landmark designation, memo from William D. Chambers to Xenia S. Miller and J. Irwin Miller, 04/04/2000, 1/4, 301 Washington Street Collection (C0001), Columbus Indiana Architectural Archives, BCPL Archives, Bartholomew County Public Library, Columbus, IN.

Provenance

Bartholomew County Public Library

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Text

Typewritten document.

Typewritten text:

MEMORANDUM

Date: April 4, 2000

To: Xenia S. Miller, Irwin Miller

From: William D. Chambers

Subject: National Historic Landmark Designation for 2760

The Department of the Interior wishes to consider 2760 for a National Historic Landmark designation at their April 10, 2000 meeting. This is the project initiated by Louis Joyner and the local Preserve to Enjoy group in April 1999.

ln order to facilitate this timetable, the Department of the Interior is asking XSM and JIM to waive the 60-day comment period provided for in the rules governing consideration of sites for Historic Landmark designation. Other Columbus buildings being considered for this designation (NCC, lrwin Union Bank) have agreed to waive the 60-day comment period.

Please sign "Xenia S. Miller" and "J. lrwin Miller" at the indicated spaces.

William D. Chambers

jmm

cc: Sarla Kalsi

Beverly McDermott

Citation

Chambers, William D., “002 National Landmark designation, memo from William D. Chambers to Xenia S. Miller and J. Irwin Miller,” BCPL Archives, accessed November 20, 2019, https://bcplarchives.omeka.net/items/show/45.