State Review Board

The State Review Board is a body whose members represent the professional fields of American history, architectural history, historic architecture, prehistoric and historic archeology, and other professional disciplines and may include citizen members. The State Review Board is responsible for reviewing and approving National Register nominations concerning whether or not the nominations meet the criteria for evaluation prior to submittal to the National Park Service. The State Review Board meets three times a year in January, May, and September. 

January 25, 2023, State Review Board Meeting 

The State Review Board will meet to examine 6 nominations proposed for listing in the National Register of Historic Places.  Approved nominations will be forwarded to the National Park Service for final consideration after further revisions. The meeting will be held at the Tennessee Historical Commission at 2941 Lebanon Pike, Nashville at 9 a.m. and virtually via WebEx. Links to the Agenda and WebEx information can be found below. National Register Nominations forms can be downloaded by clicking on the tiles in the slideshow below. 

Agenda

WebEx Information


September 14, 2022, State Review Board Meeting 

The State Review Board met to examine 4 nominations proposed for listing in the National Register of Historic Places. The board also reviewed proposals to remove 3 properties from the National Register. Approved nominations were forwarded to the National Park Service for final consideration after further revisions. The meeting was held at the Tennessee Historical Commission at 2941 Lebanon Pike, Nashville at 9 a.m. and virtually via WebEx. Links to the Agenda and WebEx information can be found below. National Register Nominations and Delisting forms can be downloaded by clicking on the tiles in the slideshow below. 

Agenda

WebEx Information


May 11, 2022, State Review Board Meeting 

The State Review Board met to examine 8 nominations proposed for listing in the National Register of Historic Places. The board also reviewed proposals to remove 7 properties that have been demolished. All nominations and proposals were approved. Approved nominations and removal proposals were forwarded to the National Park Service for final consideration after further revisions. The meeting was held at the Tennessee Historical Commission at 2941 Lebanon Pike, Nashville at 9 a.m. and virtually via WebEx. Links to the Agenda and WebEx information can be found below. National Register Nominations and Delisting forms can be downloaded by clicking on the tiles in the slideshow below. 

Agenda

WebEx Information 


January 26, 2022 State Review Board Meeting

The State Review Board met to examine 4 nominations proposed for listing in the National Register of Historic Places. The board also reviewed proposals to remove 3 properties that have been demolished. Approved nominations and removal proposals were forwarded to the National Park Service for final consideration. The meeting was held at the Tennessee Historical Commission at 2941 Lebanon Pike, Nashville at 9 a.m. and virtually via WebEx. Links to the Agenda, Nominations, and Webex Access Information can be found below: 

Agenda

WebEx Access Information

Nominations:

Benevolent Cemetery, Rutherford County

Emory Place Historic District (Boundary Increase and Additional Documentation), Knox County

Georgetown Road (Trail of Tears Segment), Meigs County

Howell Nurseries, Knox County

Removals:

The Hibbettage, Davidson County

Newton Copeland Richards House, Shelby County

Sevierville Masonic Lodge, Sevier County


SEPTEMBER 20, 2021, STATE REVIEW BOARD MEETING    

The State Review Board met to examine 4 nominations  proposed for listing in the National Register of Historic Places. The Board also reviewed removing 6 properties that had been demolished. The meeting was held at the Tennessee Historical Commission offices at 2941 Lebanon Pike, Nashville, and via WebEx.  

The State Review Board recommended approval of the 4 nominations and removal of the 6 demolished properties. The nominations and removals were forwarded to the Keeper of the National Register. The 4 nominations are now listed in the National Register and the 6 demolished properties were removed from listing. A copy of the agenda and list of properties are available here. Click on the images below to see the final version of the nominations that were listed.    


MAY 19, 2021, STATE REVIEW BOARD MEETING

On May 19, 2021, the State Review Board met to examine 7 nominations proposed for listing in the National Register of Historic Places. The meeting was held via WebEx. The Board recommended that all properties were eligible for listing in the National Register. The nominations were forwarded to the Keeper of the National Register and are now listed in the National Register of Historic Places.

A copy of the agenda and list of properties are available here. Click on the images below to see draft nominations  for properties that were reviewed at the meeting.


JANUARY 27, 2021, STATE REVIEW BOARD MEETING

The State Review Board met to examine 7 nominations proposed for listing in the National Register of Historic Places. The Board approved 5 nominations. The 5 nominations were submitted to the Keeper of the National Register for final review and are now listed in the National Register of Historic Places. The Board deferred the Chuck Swan Fire Lookout Tower and Twinton Fire Lookout Tower so that additional information could be added to the nominations.   

A copy of the agenda and list of properties are available here. Click on the images below to see draft nominations  and the PowerPoint for properties that were reviewed at the meeting.