Historic Sites Review Committee (HSRC) is accepting applications. The HSRC members represent a variety of knowledge, expertise, and interest in the fields related to history, prehistoric and historic archaeology, and architectural history or architecture. Download application as a PDF (89 KB PDF) or Word Document (37 KB DOC).
The Historic Sites Review Committee is Arizona’s official National Register of Historic Places Review Board as mandated by the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966, as amended (36 CFE § 60.3) and is a statutory standing committee of the Arizona Historical Advisory Commission (AHAC) as mandated by the Arizona State Historic Preservation Act of 1982, as amended (A.R.S. §41-151.20 sub. D). The State Historic Preservation Officer shall appoint the nine committee members for staggered terms of three years ending on July 1. The HSRC meets approximately three times per year and assists the State Historic Preservation Officer in reviewing National Register Nominations and provides recommendations for nominating properties to the State and National Register of Historic Places.
The HSRC members represent a variety of knowledge, expertise, and interest in the fields related to history, prehistoric and historic archaeology, and architectural history or architecture. At least five persons must be considered professionals in these fields.
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HSRC Membership: Nine members representing the fields of history, architecture, prehistoric and historic archaeology, and related disciplines appointed by the State Historic Preservation Officer. The Chair is a member of the Arizona Historical Advisory Commission.
John Lacy, Arizona Historical Society representative
John Southard, Historian
John Jacquemart, Member at Large
R. Brooks Jeffery, Pima County, Preservation Studies Coordinator
Douglas Kupel, Historian
Don W. Ryden, AIA/Architect, Vice Chair
Teresita Majewski, Historical Archaeologist, Chair
Winston Thorne, Architect
Jan Balsom, Deputy Chief, Science & Resource Management, Grand Canyon National Park
National Register Coordinator: William (Bill) Collins (602) 542-7159