Tomlan, Michael A.
TOMLAN, Michael A.
TOMLAN, Michael A. American, b. 1947. Genres: Cultural/Ethnic topics. Career: Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, instructor in architecture, 1976-77; Ball State University, Muncie, IN, associate professor of architecture and planning, 1977-79; Cornell University, instructor, 1979-83, assistant professor, 1983-91, associate professor of city and regional planning, 1991-, and director of graduate program in historic preservation planning. Panto-Machine Engraving, Inc., vice-president, 1975-90, president, 1990-; Historic Urban Plans, Inc., president, 1992-; public speaker on historic preservation; consultant to architects and developers. Cultural Resources Inventory of Richmond, IN, codirector, 197883; city of Ithaca, member of board of zoning appeals, 1982-91, chair of board, 1985-91; 1890 House Museum and Center for the Arts, vice-president and member of board of directors, 1985-87. Tompkins County Public Library, member of board of directors, 1987-89; New York State Archives, Office of Cultural Education, member of Records Retention and Disposition Committee, 1987-89; Heritage Coalition, president, 1988-90. Publications: Tinged with Gold: Hop Culture in the United States, 1992. Illustrator of works by J.A. Patrick. Work represented in anthologies. Contributor of articles and reviews to architecture and preservation journals. Address: Graduate Program in Historic Preservation Planning, 210 West Sibley, College of Architecture Art and Planning, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY 14853, U.S.A.