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Civic & Social Structures

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Structures originally created to be used by governmental entities or community organizations for such purposes as governance activities, mail distribution, public safety, or social activities. This subclass also includes structures used by trade, fraternal, professional, or special-interest groups or associations for such organizational purposes as conducting meetings or ceremonies or housing group-related objects such as regalia or records.
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  • American Association for State and Local History (AASLH), and Canadian Heritage Information Network / Réseau canadien d’information sur le patrimoine. 2018. “Nomenclature for Museum Cataloging / Nomenclature pour le catalogage des objets de musée.” September 1, 2018.
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Civic & Social Structures
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Constructions civiques et sociales
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