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National Register nomination of the Francis P. "Squeaky" Williams house

Project (M.A., History (Public History)) -- California State University, Sacramento, 2012

This project determines the eligibility of and establishes a historic context for the
 nomination of the Francis P. “Squeaky” Williams house to the National Register of
 Historic Places single property, with appropriate nomination forms. Sources employed in
 this project include newspaper articles; maps; photographs; city building permits;
 neighborhood, city and county histories; advertisements; contemporary literature on
 urban history, historic preservation, and the French Eclectic style. The Francis P.
 Squeaky Williams house is eligible for listing on the National Register of Historic Places
 under Criterion C for its architecture. The significance of the structure is its embodiment
 of the style, high integrity and the rarity of its type.

This project determines the eligibility of and establishes a historic context for the nomination of the Francis P. “Squeaky” Williams house to the National Register of Historic Places single property, with appropriate nomination forms. Sources employed in this project include newspaper articles; maps; photographs; city building permits; neighborhood, city and county histories; advertisements; contemporary literature on urban history, historic preservation, and the French Eclectic style. The Francis P. Squeaky Williams house is eligible for listing on the National Register of Historic Places under Criterion C for its architecture. The significance of the structure is its embodiment of the style, high integrity and the rarity of its type.

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