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Home > Idaho > Heise vicinity > Heise Ranger Station Office, .25 mile South of Heise-Kelly Canyon Road, Targhee, Heise, Jefferson County, ID



B&W Photos
Front (east Elevation)
HB421928
Front (east Elevation)
Southeast Corner
HB421929
Southeast Corner
Southwest Corner
HB421930
Southwest Corner
Rear (west Elevation)
HB421931
Rear (west Elevation)
Northwest Corner
HB421932
Northwest Corner
Future Location Of Building 1205
HB421933
Future Location Of Building 1205
Southeast Corner, Building 1145
HB421934
Southeast Corner, Building 1145
Northeast Corner, Building 1145; Building 1144 (house) In Background 9
HB421935
Northeast Corner, Building 1145; Building 1144 (house) In Background 9
Sheet 1 Of 6: Floor Plan And Elevations
HB421936
Sheet 1 Of 6: Floor Plan And Elevations
Sheet 2 Of 6: Framing And Foundation Plans
HB421937
Sheet 2 Of 6: Framing And Foundation Plans
Sheet 3 Of 6: Framing Plan For Floor And Details
HB421938
Sheet 3 Of 6: Framing Plan For Floor And Details

HB421939


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Photo Caption Pages


Item Title


Location
Targhee, Heise vicinity, ID

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1933.

Notes
Survey number HABS ID-67
Building/structure dates: 1938 initial construction
Building/structure dates: 1987
Significance: Building 1205 is a well-preserved example of an Intermountain Region Plan R4-51B office. During the 1930's, Plan R4-51 was the Ranger Station office plan most frequently constructed in southern Idaho. It is also likely to have been the most widely-used office plan in the rest of the Intermountain Region. The majority of R4-51 offices in Idaho have since been removed or heavily remodelled. This structure is one of a handful retaining mostly original materials and construction details. In addition, the building is associated with Federal efforts to stimulate recovery from the Great Depression. It was constructed by a Civilian Conservation Corps crew. Names of crew members and the location of their camp are no longer known.

Related Names
USDA Forest Service


Collection
Historic American Buildings Survey (Library of Congress)

Contents
Photograph caption(s): 
1. FRONT (EAST ELEVATION)
2. SOUTHEAST CORNER
3. SOUTHWEST CORNER
4. REAR (WEST ELEVATION)
5. NORTHWEST CORNER
6. FUTURE LOCATION OF BUILDING 1205. FRONT ELEVATION OF BUILDING 1145, SNAKE RIVER RANGER STATION, CONANT VALLEY VICINITY, BONNEVILLE COUNTY, IDAHO, IS SHOWN.
7. SOUTHEAST CORNER, BUILDING 1145
8. NORTHEAST CORNER, BUILDING 1145; BUILDING 1144 (HOUSE) IN BACKGROUND 9. 'ALTERNATE PLAN, OFFICE AND STOREROOM'
10. SHEET 1 OF 6: FLOOR PLAN AND ELEVATIONS
11. SHEET 2 OF 6: FRAMING AND FOUNDATION PLANS
12. SHEET 3 OF 6: FRAMING PLAN FOR FLOOR AND DETAILS


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