Because of the strong interest expressed by the neighborhood’s residents, the Land Use Committee has established a Historic Inventory subcommittee that is currently led by long-time resident and neighborhood historian, Joanne Carlson. Participants meet periodically to learn and share information about the history of the neighborhood and how to research the architectural and cultural histories of their own homes.
One important goal of the subcommittee is to collect documentation for a historically representative sample of the neighborhood’s houses and to compile the information into a book and online resource available to everyone. Additionally, this work is designed to act as a basis for a Historic District designation should the neighborhood decide to do so in the future.
- Eastmoreland Historic Development Map Series 1888-2011 [pdf]
- Eastmoreland-History-and-Sense-of-Place-Kenny-and-Hubka [pdf]
- BPS_11x17_Eastmoreland_Map, Eastmoreland Neighborhood Map with Subdivisions and Underlying Lots of Record [pdf]
- Neighborhoods Year Built 11×17, Eastmoreland Neighborhood Houses, Year Built by Tax Lot [pdf]