Every historic resource has a story to tell and thorough historic research is a critical component of the well-executed preservation project. Over the years Ms. Mausolf has conducted specialized historic research for a wide range of clients, and transformed the research results into numerous formats and products that help inform and educate the public.
Often the research is performed for an individual property owner interested in finding out and recording a building’s history. In some cases, the research is conducted for state agencies or governmental bodies to provide a context for future decision-making or as mitigation for a resource that will be lost. Place or thematic-based context archival research can also lead to the production of exhibits, markers, heritage publications, educational materials, walking tours and web sites.
Examples of Research and Research Products include:
- Mid Twentieth Century Modern Architecture in NH: 1945-1975
- Co-Author of Historic Context Statement for New Hampshire Railroads and related properties for New Hampshire Department of Transportation
- Edward Lippincott Tilton: A Monograph on His Architectural Practice
- Compilation of Historic Survey Website for Lexington Historical Commission, Lexington, Massachusetts
- Historic Contexts such as County Historic Resources of New Hampshire
- Historic Marker Texts for the NH Division of Historical Resources/NH Department of Transportation
- “McPhee, Colorado: “A 20th Century Lumber Company Town”, contained in The River of Sorrows: The History of the Lower Dolores River Valley