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Paris Mountain State Park, Bathhouse, Paris Mountain State Park, off SC Route 253, Greenville, Greenville County, SC



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B&W Photos

HB1055751
North (front) And West Side Elevations, Looking Southeast

HB1055752
North (front) And West Side Elevations, Looking Southeast, (with Tom Shaw In Phone Booth)

HB1055753
North (front) Porch From West, Looking East

HB1055754
North (front) Columns Supporting Roof, From West, Looking East

HB1055755
North (front) Porch From West, Looking East

HB1055756
West Side Elevation, With Scale, Looking East

HB1055757
South (rear) Elevation, Looking Northeast

HB1055758
Interior, Women's Dressing Room, West End Looking East

HB1055759
Interior, Sales Area, Looking North


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Item Title


Location
off SC Route 253, Greenville vicinity, SC

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1933.

Notes
Survey number HABS SC-598
Building/structure dates: 1935 initial construction
Significance: Built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930s. The CCC was a program of the Emergency Conservation Corps Work Act (ECW) passed by Congress under administration of Franklin D. Roosevelt. Purpose was to ease the critical unemployment situation for America's young men and to provide for the conservation of the nation's devastated forest and soil resources. Its activities also accelerated the development of state and national parks and resulted in the building of numerous park structures which would be significant to the development of twentieth century park architecture.

Subjects
Bathhouses


Related Names
Civilian Conservation Corps


Collection
Historic American Buildings Survey (Library of Congress)

Contents
Photograph caption(s): 
1. NORTH (FRONT) AND WEST SIDE ELEVATIONS, LOOKING SOUTHEAST
2. NORTH (FRONT) AND WEST SIDE ELEVATIONS, LOOKING SOUTHEAST, (WITH TOM SHAW IN PHONE BOOTH)
3. NORTH (FRONT) PORCH FROM WEST, LOOKING EAST
4. NORTH (FRONT) COLUMNS SUPPORTING ROOF, FROM WEST, LOOKING EAST
5. NORTH (FRONT) PORCH FROM WEST, LOOKING EAST
6. WEST SIDE ELEVATION, WITH SCALE, LOOKING EAST
7. SOUTH (REAR) ELEVATION, LOOKING NORTHEAST
8. INTERIOR, WOMEN'S DRESSING ROOM, WEST END LOOKING EAST
9. INTERIOR, SALES AREA, LOOKING NORTH


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