Martin Digital History

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  • Historic survey update report for downtown Stuart-rfs.pdf

    Historic survey update report for downtown Stuart prepared for Stuart Main Street Inc. by Paul L. Weaver, Historic Property Associates, 31 July 2023.

    Survey of historic buildings in downtown Stuart, with historic and design contextual information.
  • Historic_properties_survey_Stuart-1991-rs.pdf

    Historic Properties Survey of the City of Stuart, Florida by Historic Property Associates, Inc., St. Augustine, Florida, April 1991

    Includes survey criteria and methods, narrative of historical development of Stuart, architectural resources, recommendations, and an inventory of buildings surveyed.
  • Historical_survey_of_Martin_Cty-1995-rs.pdf

    Historical/Architectural Survey of Martin County : Final Report, by Stevenson Architects, Inc. for Martin County Florida. September 1995.

    Includes survey methodology, historical development of Martin County, architectural styles in Martin County, survey conclusions and newly identified historical sites in Martin County, and recommendations. Report focuses on four areas: Golden Gate, Port Salerno, Hobe Sound, and west Martin County.
  • Tuckahoe-NRHP-2002.pdf

    Explanation of historical significance and narrative description.
  • Tuckahoe-Structure_Report-2002.pdf

    Drawings of the Tuckahoe building by Bender & Associates Architects.
  • Welcome_Arch_Renovation-2005.pdf

    Includes chiefly drawings by Bender & Associates Architects.

    The Stuart Welcome Arch was built in 1926 by the Stuart Chamber of Commerce to celebrate the creation of Martin County, with Stuart as the county seat. The gateway was designed to welcome the many motorists coming to winter in Florida as they entered the City of Stuart. The Stuart Welcome Arch was officially listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2004.
  • Welcome_Arch_NRHP_application-2005.pdf

    Includes drawings, historical narrative, lists of articles, images, and letters of support.

    The Stuart Welcome Arch was built in 1926 by the Stuart Chamber of Commerce to celebrate the creation of Martin County, with Stuart as the county seat. The gateway was designed to welcome the many motorists coming to winter in Florida as they entered the City of Stuart. The Stuart Welcome Arch was officially listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2004.
  • Welcome_Arch_Martin_County_historic_designation_2006.pdf

    Includes petition, detailing justification, survey, and other documents; and final certificate.

    The Stuart Welcome Arch was built in 1926 by the Stuart Chamber of Commerce to celebrate the creation of Martin County, with Stuart as the county seat. The gateway was designed to welcome the many motorists coming to winter in Florida as they entered the City of Stuart. The Stuart Welcome Arch was officially listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2004.
  • Welcome_Arch_Florida_Historic_Marker_app-2004.pdf

    Includes application, historical narratives concerning the county and the arch, images, maps, bibliography, structural information, emails of support.

    The Stuart Welcome Arch was built in 1926 by the Stuart Chamber of Commerce to celebrate the creation of Martin County, with Stuart as the county seat. The gateway was designed to welcome the many motorists coming to winter in Florida as they entered the City of Stuart. The Stuart Welcome Arch was officially listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2004.
  • Mount_Elizabeth_docs-rs.pdf

    Includes an excerpt from An Archaeological Survey of Martin County, Florida by the Archaeological and Historical Conservancy, Inc. for Martin County, by AHC Technical Report #124, September 1995, pages 67-69 on Mount Elizabeth archaeological site; historical structure form, Florida site file on building at Mount Elizabeth site; and short history of buildings constructed at the site.
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