The first day of documentation class for the class of 2015 was last Saturday, September 14! All photos in this post are original content belonging to Rebecca Sheppard and Cate Morrissey.
The next few posts are going to look back at some of the projects we’ve taken part in over the past year, so we can bring you all up to speed on what we’ve accomplished as a research center and… Continue Reading
Hello again, preservation enthusiasts and friends! It’s been almost two years since this blog was updated last, but we’re back and ready to share our research, documentation, and planning adventures with the world! There’s been a lot of changes and… Continue Reading
Saturday December 3rd marked the end of another fall documentation class. This year’s final took the students to Kacanda Farm in Birdsboro, PA. A recent graduate of the program, Leah Kacanda, invited the class to her father’s old farm complex.… Continue Reading
This past Saturday marked the last regular class for UAPP 631. The class has been meeting bi-weekly on Saturdays at the John Dickinson Plantation. Previously the class learned how to draw floor plans in the tenant house, front elevations on… Continue Reading
Another fall, another Documentation of Historic Structures Class. Documentation (UAPP631) focuses on learning to create scaled, annotated field notes of historic resources in preparation for making measured drawings of buildings. Students work as part of a team to record a… Continue Reading