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Mary Ottoson offers historic preservation consulting services that range from National Register Eligibility Determinations & Nominations, to state and federal tax credit applications for Historic Rehabilitation, Enterprise Zone and Brownfield/Grayfield. She also has expertise in grant writing. A variety of these services, and more, are available on the here.

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Weldtex is currently being reproduced by Jeff & Annette Nichols out of California. You may find more information about their material at www.eichlersiding.com or click here to be automatically directed.

Joseph C. Llewellyn


Joseph C. Llewellyn was an architect active in the Chicago metropolitan area from 1892 – 1932, who specialized in school design and construction. Llewellyn, though hardly a household name, was at one time a leading figure in regional and national architecture organizations. He became predominantly known in architectural circles for his school designs, particularly in secondary education (high schools). Unfortunately, Llewellyn’s contributions have been mostly ignored over time, though not forgotten.

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