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Got questions on Denver history?
Denver Public Library Digital Collections
An impressive, searchable collection of historic Colorado images provided by the Denver Public Library, History Colorado, the Auraria Library's Center for Colorado & the West, and the Denver Art Museum.
Scholarly Papers Free Online
Building Science Corporation is an architectural firm. It offers (a) scholarly papers based on its work and (b) extensive documents on its practices and designs free on its website.
Films on Architecture
"Architectures" Film Series
The French film series "Architectures," with Stan Neumann and Richard Copans, explores buildings of note around the world.
Professional Associations -- Historic Preservation
Association for Preservation Technology
The Association for Preservation Technology International (APT) is a cross-disciplinary, membership organization dedicated to promoting the best technology for conserving historic structures and their settings.
National Center for Preservation Technology & Training
A research division of the National Park Service. NCPTT is using technology to serve the future of America's heritage through applied research and professional training.
National Trust for Historic Preservation
"The National Trust for Historic Preservation provides leadership, education, advocacy, and resources to save America's diverse historic places and revitalize our communities." (From NTHP website)
National Building Specification (NBS)
NBS has produced specification products for over 30 years, including the recognized national standard specification system for the UK. Our NBS specification products cover building construction, engineering services and landscape design. Affiliated with RIBA.
Architectural Images with Commentary
Archipedia, by the Society of Architectural Historians
Archipedia is an encyclopedia of US architecture, containing peer-reviewed essays, photos, and maps for more than 4000 structures in 1600+ cities and all 50 states. The Auraria Library has access to the Classic Buildings module of Archipedia.