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Darrington Ranger Station, Building 2315, 1405 Emmens Street, Darrington, Snohomish County, WA

Darrington Ranger Station, Building 2315, 1405 Emmens Street, Darrington, Snohomish County, WA

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Significance: Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie Building 2315, the Darrington truck storage building, is an element of a National Register thematic group entitled "USDA Forest Service Administrative Buildings in the States of Oregon and Washington, Built by the Civilian Conservation Corps." In common with other buildings in the group, Building 2315 typifies construction projects undertaken by the C.C.C. and signifies the aid to the local community provided by the work relief program. Building 2315 also exemplifies the rustic architectural style developed by the Pacific Northwest Region of the Forest Service to impart agency identity, and signifies the Service's particular expression of this early twentieth century American style.
Survey number: HABS WA-191-A
Building/structure dates: 1938 Initial Construction
National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 91000155



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