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Preservation Workshop: Tips on surveying our historic buildings and places

Presented by Genesee County Historical Society at St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Flint MI

Mar 19 2022
Preservation Workshop: Tips on surveying our historic buildings and places

An advanced workshop for the serious preservationist!

We are proud to offer this unique opportunity to have expert Senior Architectural Historian, Elaine Robinson, instruct our advanced workshop for the serious preservationist.  Our workshop will include tips on:

How to photograph sites
Photographic etiquette
Basics on how to do background research
Documenting \”how-to\’s\”
Understanding and completing the Michigan History Architectural Survey Form
You will also be provided a working lunch

*This is not a re-survey of the historic districts


There is a $15 fee for attending, and there is limited seating for this event.   It is open to the public.

Please visit the webpage to register.


    Official Website


Additional time info:

Materials and a working lunch will be provided.  Parking and the entrance for St. Paul’s is on the south side of the church.

* Event durations (if noted) are approximate. Please check with the presenting organization or venue to confirm start times and duration.


St. Paul's Episcopal Church

711 South Saginaw St., Flint, MI 48502

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