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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E Using the detailed local and regional information generated through the documentation studies, as well as material contained in existing documentation by the Historic American Buildings Survey and the Historic American Engineering Record (HABS)/HAER) collection, a book on covered bridges and vernacular construction practices is being developed.
Marston, architect and project leader with the National Park Service's Historic American Engineering Record.
According to Larry Lee, engineer historian for the National Parks Service's Historic American Engineering Record, and former chair of ASME's History and Heritage Committee, developing the B-29 was one of the most expensive U.
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