Published: Jan 1990
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The National Park Service has developed a computerized database of maintenance specifications pertaining to historic structures. This database is based on dBASE III PLUS database software and will run on any IBM PC-compatible computer having a hard disk drive and at least one 360-kilobyte “floppy” diskette drive. At present, it is being installed in the regional offices and the Denver Service Center of the National Park Service; future plans include broader implementation.
National Park Service, historic structures, maintenance specifications, preservation, computerized databases
Senior preservation architect, Denver Service Center, National Park Service, Denver, CO