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Blue Ridge Parkway, Between Shenandoah National Park & Great Smoky Mountains, Asheville, Buncombe County, NC

Blue Ridge Parkway, Between Shenandoah National Park & Great Smoky Mountains, Asheville, Buncombe County, NC





Historic American Engineering Record, creator
Pratt, Joseph Hyde
Byrd, Harry Flood
Pollard, Johnathan
MacDonald, Thomas
Radcliffe, George L
Strauss, Theodore E
Bureau of Public Roads
Bailey, J W
Reynolds, R R
Cammerer, Arno B
Wirth, Conrad L
Kirschner, Joseph
Goetz, O F
Public Works Administration
Roosevelt, Franklin D
Ickes, Harold
Vint, Thomas Chalmers
Downer, Jay
Abbott, Stanley
Clarke, Gilmore
Abbuehl, Edward H
van Gelder, Hendrick
Demaray, A E
Marshall, Robert
Browning, R Getty
Kefauver, Estes
Austin, William M
Lee, W I
Spelman, Harold J
Teer, Nello L
Works Progress Administration
Emergency Relief Administration
Civilian Conservation Corps
Weems, Sam
Hartzog, George
Udall, Stewart
Drury, Newton B
Bayliss, Dudley
McDowall & Wood, Incorporated
Mount Airy Granite Corporation
Vecillio, David
Troitino, Joe
Figg & Muller Enterprises, Incorporated
Jasper Construction Company
Davis, Timothy
Dikigoropoulou, Lia, field team project manager
Shanklin, Ian, landscape architect
Yost, Cheria, landscape architect
Klupsz, Lidia, landscape architect
Edick, Thomas, sponsor
Everhardt, Gary, sponsor
Johnson, Gary, sponsor
Hess, Allen, sponsor
Orr, Will, sponsor
Young, Kelly, transmitter
Quin, Richard, historian
Weiner, Natascha, delineator
Stormont, Matthew, delineator
Rosa, Carlos Jimenez, delineator
Haas, David, photographer
Cuthbertson, Jennifer K, delineator
Dubin, Elisabeth, delineator


Asheville (N.C.)35.59506, -82.55149
Google Map of 35.5950581, -82.5514869


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