contributing structure

contributing structure

[kən¦trib·yəd·ing ′strək·chər]
(organic chemistry)
A structural formula that is one of a set of formulas, each contributing to the total wave function of a molecule. Also known as canonical form; canonical structure.
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Hangar F/20006, a WWII-era facility, is considered a historical structure, eligible for listing on the National Register of Historic Places as a contributing structure to the Wright Field Historic District; therefore, maintenance of the hangar structure, features and aesthetics are paramount.
The building has been significantly altered over the years and is not considered architecturally significant or a contributing structure to the downtown historic district.
"The property must be in one of the designated historic districts and must be a contributing structure to the district," Hearn says.
The block's northern portion is occupied by the Weatherly Building a 12-story office tower completed in 1928 and a contributing structure in the East Portland Grand Avenue Historic District.
At its new location, just north of the Spady Museum campus, the Harvel House will become a contributing structure in the West Settler's Historic District.
A Type II historic resource review is sought for exterior improvements, including loading dock improvements with new storefront, awning, painting and signage, to the Downtown Self Storage building, a contributing structure in the 13th Avenue Historic District, at 239 N.W.
Schaumburg Economic Development Director Matt Frank said the village made the offer because the building is a contributing structure to the Olde Schaumburg Centre district around it, as well as the only commercial building that remains from the period.
Early assistance is pending for modifications to the Downtown Self Storage building, a contributing structure in the 13th Avenue Historic District, at 239 N.W.
This early fachwerk house is a contributing structure in the Bohemian Commercial Historic District.
a contributing structure in the New Chinatown/Japantown Historic District.
The district includes seven contributing buildings, three contributing sites, and two contributing structures related to the Old Salt Sulphur Springs Resort or "Old Salt." Notable properties include the Old Stone Hotel, Episcopal Chapel, Stone Store Building (1820), Stone Bath House (1820), Stone Spring House (c.
The 40 acres comprising Kitchell Park was placed on National Register of Historic Places in 1992, with the Chautauqua auditorium and other structures, 1910 Schuyler bridge, 1919-dedicated Veterans Memorial, park gateway and gatehouse/ticket booth, and John Kitchell memorial tablet and rock as "contributing structures."