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Pebble Creek Bridge, Spanning Pebble Creek at Northeast Entrance Road, Lake, Teton County, WY

Pebble Creek Bridge, Spanning Pebble Creek at Northeast Entrance Road, Lake, Teton County, WY

 
 
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Significance: Pebble Creek Bridge typifies the early design philosophy of the National Park Service, which was to use indigenous materials to harmonize man-made features with their natural surroundings. This philosophy is embodied in many of the park's Rustic Style buildings and structures.
Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: N299
Survey number: HAER WY-40
Building/structure dates: 1936 Initial Construction

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Historic American Engineering Record, creator
Carnes, W G
Bureau of Public Roads
Foreman, L U
Strong & Grant
Varner, Steven M, engineer
Bennett, Lola, transmitter
Lowe, Jet, photographer
Culpin, Mary Shivers, historian
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