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Utah State Tax Commission

HQ Phone:  (801) 297-2200

Email: a***@***.gov

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Utah State Tax Commission

210 North 1950 West

Salt Lake City, Utah,84134

United States

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Archivist

Utah State Archives


Revolving Loan Fund Manager

Utah Heritage Foundation


Information Services Manager

Utah State Historical Society


Vice-Chair

Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance


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by Alan Barnett
by Alan Barnett about the author: Alan Barnett is Information Services Manager for the Utah State Historical Society. He holds a B.A. in history from Brigham Young University and an M.A. in historic preservation from the School of Architecture at the University of Utah. He was born in Provo, Utah, and now resides in a nineteenth-century home that he is restoring in Salt Lake City. by Alan Barnett Seeing Salt Lake City : the legacy of the Shipler photographers / by Alan Barnett; foreword by Ted L. Wilson. Alan Barnett, noted local historian, combed through the more than 100,000 images the Shiplers left and arranged them in an order that yields a clear image of the history of Utah's principal city.


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ALAN BARNETT
Alan Barnett holds an M.A. in historic preservation from the School of Architecture at the University of Utah. He has worked in his area of training at the Utah Heritage Foundation and as an archivist at the Utah Historical Society.


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Alan Barnett, Revolving Fund Directoralan.barnett@utahheritagefoundation.com


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"In general terms, this means that a building must be at least 50 years old and retains its architectural integrity," said Alan Barnett, revolving fund director of the foundation.Loans can be used for acquisition, restoration, rehabilitation and repair, and project-related costs such as engineering services, architect fees and permits, he said."The highest priority for funding is placed on structural and exterior improvements, including windows, doors, foundations, porches, roofs, chimneys, masonry, siding repair, seismic retrofitting and reconstructing existing additions," Barnett said.Secondary priority is placed on interior systems, including the heating, plumbing, electrical systems, insulation, and code compliance.The third priority is interior finishes.For example, the foundation will not fund a kitchen or bathroom remodel if the roof and foundation need to be repaired, but a kitchen and/or bathroom remodel can be funded if it is part of a more comprehensive renovation project.


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Alan BarnettSeeing Salt_Lake_City : The Legacy of the Shipler PhotographersALAN BARNETTTED L. WILSON , FOREWORDHardbound.190 pages ( 175 photographs ) .Alan Barnett is Information_Services_Manager for the Utah State Historical Society.He holds a B.A. in history from Brigham Young University and an M.A. in historic preservation from the School of Architecture at the University of Utah.He was born in Provo , Utah , and now resides in a nineteenth-century home that he is restoring in Salt_Lake_City.Ted C. Wilson , mayor of Salt_Lake_City from 1976 to 1985 , is director of the Hinckley Institute of Politics at the University of Utah and a former fellow of the John F. Kennedy Institute of Politics at Harvard.He is the author of The Wasatch Front and co-author with photographer Tom Till of Utah : Then and Now.Among his current civic activities , he is vice-chair of the Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance.


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