Landmarks Program Contacts
National Historic Chemical Landmarks Program Manager
The NHCL Program Manager is a source of information about the NHCL program and serves as the point of contact for all official correspondence regarding the program and NHCL Subcommittee.
For questions about the program, nomination process, past NHCL designations or other information, contact
Keith Lindblom, National Historic Chemical Landmarks Program Manager
American Chemical Society Office of Public Affairs
1155 Sixteenth Street NW
Washington, D.C. 20036
800 227-5558, extension 6214
National Historic Chemical Landmarks Subcommittee
The ACS National Historic Chemical Landmarks Subcommittee is a subcommittee of the ACS Board Committee on Public Affairs and Public Relations. The NHCL Subcommittee is charged with reviewing nominations for the NHCL program and provides recommendations for the program’s operation.
The NHCL Subcommittee is composed of chemists, historians, educators and other subject experts. The group typically meets twice annually, once in the late spring and once in the late summer. At times they may conduct work electronically outside of regularly-scheduled meetings.
NHCL Program Information and Resources
General information: About the Landmarks Program
Take action: Nominate a Landmark
Planning information: Landmark Designation Planning
Special procedures: International and Local Section Landmarks
Answers to frequently asked questions: Landmarks Program FAQ
Note to Nominators
If you aren’t sure if the subject you wish to nominate has potential to meet the program's criteria or if you would like feedback before approaching prospective sponsors and/or host organizations, contact the NHCL Program Manager for preliminary review and specific recommendations.