Howard Hughes H-4 Aircraft Hangar Facility
Roberts, Lois J.
Hatheway, Roger G.
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This technical report has been prepared by Roger G. Hatheway & Associates and Dr. Lois J. Roberts, consultants, to satisfy the research and documentation needs of the Port of Long Beach LOC HD 1 -008, "Documentation Report-Howard Hughes H-4 Aircraft Hangar Facility". Further, the report has satisfied State and Federal criteria for historical documentation of the structures as specified by the State Historic Preservation Officer (SHPO) and by guidelines expressed in the National Historic Preservation Act. The consultants have brought together critical historic and present-day documentary photographs and the useful knowledge of informants. Through an analysis of these (data) the consultants have provided both historic, architectural and technical interpretations relating to the building complex. The findings and recommendations which are presented identify the H-4 aircraft hangar and the associated structures' architectural and historical significance and suggest ways of integrating this significance with the currently proposed plans for relocating the aircraft and certain of the assorted paraphernalia. The report is organized into five volumes. The first is devoted to textual analysis and the interpretation while the remaining volumes hold critical drawings, photographs and documents necessary to the requirements of the report. These are also referenced in Volume I. This document is submitted in full completion of the requirement outlined in LOC HD 1-008. The principal consultants, Roger G. Hatheway and Lois Roberts, take full professional responsibility for all information contained in this report.
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