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Home > Oregon > Crater Lake > Crater Lake Administrative Complex, Administration Building, Munson Valley, Rim Drive off State Highway 62, Crater Lake, Klamath County, OR



B&W Photos
View Of South Facade, Looking North
HB995997
View Of South Facade, Looking North
View Of East Facade, Looking West
HB995998
View Of East Facade, Looking West
View Of North Facade, Looking South
HB995999
View Of North Facade, Looking South
View Of West Facade, Looking East
HB996000
View Of West Facade, Looking East
View Of South Facade, Looking North
HB996001
View Of South Facade, Looking North
View Of Northeast Facade, Looking Southwest
HB996002
View Of Northeast Facade, Looking Southwest
View Of Northwest Facade, Looking Southeast
HB996003
View Of Northwest Facade, Looking Southeast
View Of Southwest Facade, Looking Northeast
HB996004
View Of Southwest Facade, Looking Northeast
View Of South Facade, Looking North
HB996005
View Of South Facade, Looking North


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Item Title


Location
Rim Drive off State Highway 62, Crater Lake, OR

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1933.

Notes
Survey number HABS OR-162-A
Building/structure dates: 1934 initial construction
Building/structure dates: 1959 subsequent work
Building/structure dates: 1986 subsequent work
Significance: NPS Landscape Architect Francis G. Lange described the Administration Building in his final field report for 1935 as "one of the most attractive structures of its kind in any of our national parks." It is the keystone of the group of rustic stone structures built at Crater Lake's administrative headquarters from 1926-1935, exemplifying in its use of native materials, colors and forms that harmonize with its environment, the principles of the rustic style of park architecture developed by the NPS' San Francisco Branch of Plans and Designs.

Subjects
Administrative Agencies
Administration Buildings


Related Names
Sager, Merel S.
Zaik/Miller/DiBenedetto, Photographer
Luxenberg, Gretchen, Photographer
Gilbert, Cathy A., Photographer
Luxenberg, Gretchen, Historian


Collection
Historic American Buildings Survey (Library of Congress)

Contents
Photograph caption(s): 
1. VIEW OF SOUTH FACADE, LOOKING NORTH
2. VIEW OF EAST FACADE, LOOKING WEST
3. VIEW OF NORTH FACADE, LOOKING SOUTH
4. VIEW OF WEST FACADE, LOOKING EAST
5. VIEW OF SOUTH FACADE, LOOKING NORTH
6. VIEW OF NORTHEAST FACADE, LOOKING SOUTHWEST
7. VIEW OF NORTHWEST FACADE, LOOKING SOUTHEAST
8. VIEW OF SOUTHWEST FACADE, LOOKING NORTHEAST
9. VIEW OF SOUTH FACADE, LOOKING NORTH


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