Presidio of San Francisco, Motor Vehicle Shed Type, West end of Crissy Field, San Francisco, San Francisco County, CA
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West end of Crissy Field, San Francisco, CA
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Documentation compiled after 1933.
Survey number HABS CA-2637
National Register Number: 66000232
Significance: These four vehicle sheds were built in 1940, and designed according to the Army's 700-series standard plans. They represent the mobilization of the Army for World War II, an Army that had not completed the transition from horse-drawn to motorized vehicles, and are early examples of shelters built for such vehicles by the Army. Each building is open on the two long sides, and the skeletal nature of the structure is open to view from without as well as within. These four vehicle sheds are contributing structures to the Presidio of San Francisco's National Historic Landmark district.
Historic American Buildings Survey (Library of Congress)
1. OVERVIEW OF BUILDINGS 949, 950, 973, AND 974 LOOKING 290 WEST NORTH WEST GOLDEN GATE BRIDGE IS IN THE BACKGROUND.
2. OVERVIEW OF BUILDINGS 949, 950, 973, AND 974 LOOKING 140 DEGREES SOUTH EAST.
3. BUILDING 949, SOUTH (LONG) AND EAST SIDES.
4. BUILDING 949, NORTH (LONG) AND WEST SIDES.
5. BUILDING 950, EAST AND NORTH (LONG) SIDES.
6. BUILDING 950, SOUTH (LONG) AND EAST SIDES.
7. BUILDING 950, NORTH (LONG) AND WEST SIDES.
8. BUILDING 950, VIEW OF ROOF FRAMING AND CONCRETE POST FOUNDATIONS.
9. BUILDING 974, EAST AND NORTH (LONG) SIDES.
10. BUILDING 974, WEST AND SOUTH (LONG) SIDES.
11. BUILDING 973, EAST AND NORTH (LONG) SIDES.
12. BUILDING 973, WEST AND SOUTH (LONG) SIDES.
13. BUILDING 973, VIEW OF WALL FRAMING.
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