In 2006-2007, David Pinyerd wrote a book entitled Lighthouses and Life-Saving on the Oregon Coast based on his thesis work done in the 1990s. The book is 128 pages long and filled with 180 historic photographs of lighthouses, shipwrecks, and lifesaving on the Oregon Coast.
In 2005, HPNW wrote a book on the history of Corvallis High School. We wrote the book for the Corvallis School District as part of the high school's demolition mitigation. The book is 80 pages long and was professionally printed by Cascade Printing. The book is available for sale at Corvallis High School and from the school district.
Click on the link below to begin a download of a PDF-version of the book. The file is in an Adobe Acrobat format. If you don't have Adobe Acrobat, you can download it for free from Adobe.
HPNW has written several historic contexts over the years for various city governments. Contexts are basically a history of the area plus an evaluation of the historic resources found in the area. The two sample contexts below link to webpages that display each context chapter by chapter for easy download.
The following are the individual chapters for the final draft of the Eugene Modernism Context 1935-65 completed by HPNW in June 2003:
The following are the individual chapters for the final draft of the Eugene's Historic River Road completed by HPNW in June 2006:
In 1995, David Pinyerd participated in the update to Rehab Oregon Right, a manual produced by the Historic Preservation League of Oregon. The manual had been lost to the sands of time...until now. The manual has been found and resurrected here from the original electronic files: