Historic Structure Report — examples
Historic Structure Report format (.pdf 89.4KB) — California State Parks
Historic Structure Report guidelines (.pdf 36.9KB) — Alaska Department of Natural Resources
Preparation and Use of Historic Structure Reports — Old House Web
Oregon State Historic Preservation Office — search for a property and view details
Oregon Historic Sites Database — an online database for both National Register and surveyed properties.
Oregon State Archives — most relevant information has not been made searchable online. However, these archives hold valuable, county-level information. You can contact a reference librarian for help with specific questions.
Oregon Heritage Commission — Clatsop County History Publications. Maps, illustrations, photos, surveys, and much more. Some of these publications are digitized. Others may be available through interlibrary loan or at the Clatsop County Historical Society.
Restore Oregon (formerly the Historic Preservation League of Oregon) — nice, multi-purpose list of relevant resources to help determine significance.
Historic Oregon Newspapers: a searchable newspaper database — on this site you can search and access complete content for historic Oregon newspapers.
Archives West — access to descriptions of primary sources in the western United States, including correspondence, diaries or photographs.
Sears Home Archive — from 1908–1940, Sears, Roebuck and Company sold more than 100,000 homes through their mail-order Modern Homes program
Department of Archaeology & Historic Preservation: a searchable cultural database — Washington State's primary agency with knowledge and expertise in historic preservation.
National Register of Historic Places — search this database for more in-depth information about significant properties.
Historic Map Works, Residential Genealogy: a searchable map database — an historic digital map database of North America and the world.
Archivegrid — a database of historical documents, personal papers and family histories in more than 1,000 different archival institutions.
National Trust for Historic Preservation — funding through grants, scholarships and more...
Advisory Council for Historic Preservation — sources of financial assistance
Other great sources for Historic Preservation
Cities and Buildings Database — University of Washington Digital Collections
Historic Preservation Research Guide — University of Oregon