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Clearwater Beach Bathhouse, Noblett Lake Recreation Area, Clearwater Beach access road, Vanzant, Douglas County, MO

Clearwater Beach Bathhouse, Noblett Lake Recreation Area, Clearwater Beach access road, Vanzant, Douglas County, MO

 
 
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Significance: The Clearwater Beach Picnic Area, with the bathhouse, picnic shelter, associated buildings, lake and picnic area, is illustrative of the scenic settings found in the public works projects of the Depression era. This complex and the other similar complexes are especially significant as they are good examples of Region 9 Depression-era "ensemble" architecture with the comprehensive site planning and functional and spatial organization.
Survey number: HABS MO-1874
Building/structure dates: ca. 1940 Initial Construction

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Historic American Buildings Survey, creator
A, E H
U.S. Forest Service
Civilian Conservation Corps
Dryden, Margaret L
Madrid, Chris, transmitter
Lewis, Craig, photographer
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