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Crawfish Creek Bridge, Spanning Crawfish Creek at South Entrance Road, Lake, Teton County, WY

Crawfish Creek Bridge, Spanning Crawfish Creek at South Entrance Road, Lake, Teton County, WY



Significance: Crawfish Creek Bridge typifies the early design philosophy of the National Park Service, which was to use indigenous materials to harmonize manmade features with their natural surroundings. This philosophy is embodied in many of the park's Rustic Style buildings and structures. The collaboration of the National Park Service landscape architects with the Bureau of Public Roads engineers during the 1920s and 1930s produced many fine examples of Rustic Style architecture.
Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: N372
Survey number: HAER WY-26
Building/structure dates: 1935-1936 Initial Construction



Historic American Engineering Record, creator
Carnes, W G
Bureau of Public Roads
Nelson, Olaf
Jensen, Carl J
Cheatham, J L
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Varner, Stephen, engineer
Pearson, Julie, field team project manager
Bennett, Lola, transmitter
Culpin, Mary Shivers, historian
Lowe, Jet, photographer
Harvey, Elizabeth, delineator
Salarano, Laura E, delineator
Hansen, Gerald J, delineator




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