Blaubach, Kelly Jo

Architectural Historian

Kelly is an architectural historian who began working at UWM-CRM in 2014. With experience in reconnaissance-and intensive-level surveys as well as historic and archival research, Kelly has prepared many Determinations of Eligibility reports and effects documentation for cultural resources throughout the state of Wisconsin. She has worked with a vast array of property types, including residential properties, farmsteads, commercial buildings, industrial sites, and municipal and civic buildings. For this project, Kelly’s responsibilities will include assisting with historic and archival research and report assembly. She will also contribute to report development. Kelly lives in Waukesha County.


B.A., History, Carroll University
M.A., Public History, concentration in Historic Preservation, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee


Historic Milwaukee, Inc.


The Recent Past: Strategies for Evaluation, National Preservation Institute (2018)
Section 106: An Introduction, National Preservation Institute (2016)
Historic Preservation Consultants Seminar, Wisconsin Historical Society (2014 – 2017)
Local History & Historic Preservation Conference, Wisconsin Historical Society (2014-2017)
Historic Preservation Conference, National Trust for Historic Preservation (2013)