The Historic Preservation Recognition Pin and Certificate recognizes and honors an individual or group that has done recent remarkable volunteer work at the community level. The award may be presented to DAR members and non-members and recognizes achievements in all areas of historic preservation: buildings, landmarks, monuments, cemeteries, historic districts, statues, museum collections, manuscripts, documents, and archival materials. It also includes writing or compiling and publishing books on historic preservation projects, historical properties, genealogical and courthouse records, and photography collections; as well as compiling oral histories; and serving as historical guides, interpreters, or docents.
Congratulations to your chapter’s NSDAR Historic Preservation awardee. Please upload the nomination approval letter you received from the Historic Preservation Committee National Vice Chair to purchase this pin and cream-colored 8.5" x 11" certificate. There is no additional documentation required.
For more information, visit the DAR’s Historic Preservation Committee webpage.