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Frank-Jensen Summer Home, 17423 North Lake Shore Drive, Telma, Chelan County, WA

Frank-Jensen Summer Home, 17423 North Lake Shore Drive, Telma, Chelan County, WA



Significance: The Frank-Jensen summer home is an early manifestation of the recreation incentive newly fostered by the National Forest Service in the late 1910s. Its simple vernacular construction is illustrative of summer cabin design throughout the Wenatchee National Forest from the 1920s to the early 1940s.
Survey number: HABS WA-207
Building/structure dates: before 1920 Initial Construction



Historic American Buildings Survey, creator
Great Northern Railway
Maul, David, transmitter


chelan county47.84318, -120.81565
Google Map of 47.8431757, -120.8156518


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