Assumption School

Assumption School was designed in 1954 by renowned public school architects Williamson, Loebsac, & Associates. It illustrates a Modern Era elementary school form applied to a Catholic school building in downtown Topeka, KS. This building

Baxter Building

Rosin Preservation prepared a National Register nomination and historic tax credit applications for the nine-story Baxter Building that is both a physical and historic landmark in Harlingen. Heralded as the tallest building in the Rio

Sunset-Vogue-Blue Ribbon Apartments Historic District

The Sunset-Vogue-Blue Ribbon Apartment Historic District in Lawton, Oklahoma is a sixteen-acre district comprised of fifty-six apartment buildings. Completed in 1952 in response to a local housing shortage, the complex is directly related to nearby

Altus Historic District

Rosin Preservation prepared a National Register nomination for a historic district that includes 59 buildings in the commercial core of downtown Altus, surrounding the county courthouse square. The period of significance documents the commercial growth

Roosevelt Elementary School

National Register nomination for Roosevelt Elementary School, an excellent example of a Progressive-Era elementary school associated with Ponca City’s early twentieth development as a petroleum refining center in Oklahoma. Constructed in 1931, the Roosevelt Elementary

James J. McGraw House

National Register nomination for the James J. McGraw House. Built in 1910, the house is an excellent example of the Prairie style in Ponca City. The two-story brick house was one of the few residential

Attucks Community Center

National Register nomination for the Attucks Community Center that was the auditorium for the segregated Attucks School from its construction in 1936 until it closed in 1966. The building is the only extant portion of