Submit with the Part A - Description of Rehabilitation:
Photographs and photo key. Submit photographs showing the interior and the exterior before rehabilitation. Include the building’s site and environment, all of the building’s sides, all major interior spaces and features,and secondary spaces and features,including areas where no work is proposed. Photographs should be numbered, dated, and labeled with the property name, the view and a brief description of what is shown. Include a photo key plan—that is, a floor plan and, if applicable, a site plan showing numbered photographs and arrows showing the view.
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Submit with the Part B - Request for Certification of Completed Work:
Submit photographs taken after completion of the rehabilitation work showing the same views as in the Part A before photographs. Photographs should be numbered, dated, and labeled. Include a photo key plan showing numbered photographs and arrows showing the view.
Examples of types of photographs needed for a Part A application, with descriptive labels, showing the extent of photographic coverage to submit with your application (Click on a thumbnail image to open the full size image):
5-Left side bay
6-Rear enclosed porch
7-Living room including
8-Living room including
stair and front door
11-Dining room toward kitchen
12-Dining room toward bay
13-Dining room toward
21-Bedroom #1 toward door
23-Second floor hall
FOR MORE INFORMATION:
Contact David Christenbury, Preservation Architect and Nonincome-producing Tax Credit Coordinator, Restoration Services Branch, State Historic Preservation Office, email@example.com , 919-807-6574, or the Restoration Specialist for your area. See statewide service areas map.
Historic Preservation Tax Credits Home Page
N.C. State Historic Preservation Office Home Page
Office of Archives and History Home Page