Historic American Engineering Record


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Historic American Engineering Record

(HAER)
A program of the National Park Service that has documented exemplary engineering works since 1969. The HAER has established a collection of the same nature as HABS on engineering landmarks, such as bridges, mills, factories, foundries, subways, and tunnels. Documentation includes photographs, measured drawings, and written historical information, and is archived at the Library of Congress.
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As part of the Historic American Engineering Record, the Futurliner will represent the mid-Twentieth Century manifestation of America's fascination with science, engineering and 'progress'," said Richard O'Connor, Chief, Heritage Documentation Programs, National Park Service, U.
The documentation will be part of the HVA's National Historic Vehicle Register and Historic American Engineering Record (HAER) that is permanently archived in the Library of Congress.
NPS maintains the National Register of Historic Places, sponsors designations of National Historic Landmarks, expands the Historic American Buildings Survey and the Historic American Engineering Record, and helps citizens directly through the Heritage Preservation Services program.
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