Photogrammetric Recording of Cultural Resources.

Washington DC: Office of Archaeology and Historic Preservation, National Park Service, 1977. First edition. Staplebound Wraps. Quarto, pp. 38, bibliography, illustrated with b/w photos and drawings. As New. Item #19311

Photogrammetry is the science of measuring by means of photography. It is an efficient and quick method for recording structures before demolition or restoration. This report was prepared for federal agencies and state and local governments, and disseminated information concerning professional methods and techniques for preserving, improving, restoring and maintaining historic properties. Examples in the text include the Lemon Building in Washington DC; the Pueblo of Tesuque; and Trinity Church in New York City, among others.

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