Access for handicapped, 1979
Scope and Contents note
This series contains memoranda, correspondence, reports, handbooks, publications, articles, bibliographies, conference materials, photographs, catalogs, notes, and architectural drawings collected by David G. Henderson in the course of his career as an architect for the National Park Service. The material dates from 1926-88 (bulk: 1963-83). The series includes internal National Park Service memoranda, guidelines, procedures, and policies, as well as general background information about the preservation and restoration of historic structures. Of particular interest are materials relating to the restoration of the White House.
- From the Collection: Henderson, David G. (Person)
Restrictions on Access
Some records may be restricted.
From the Collection: 4.75 Linear Feet
Language of Materials
From the Collection: English
Historic Context note
This folder title is the original folder title generated by the creator of the records. It is often historically relevant to know what terminology was used by the creator of archives. For this reason SCRC staff did not remove or edit the folder title.
The SCRC recognizes that the term used in this title is identified as problematic in the resource Disability Language Style Guide maintained by the National Center on Disability and Journalism (NCDJ). The NCDJ recommends, when possible, avoiding the use of this term when describing a person and instead to refer to the person’s specific condition or use “person with a disability.” This is what the SCRC staff will do when we have discretion over the descriptive language.
To view the finding aid prior to this revision work please use Pre-revision August 2022 finding aid of David G. Henderson papers
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