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Quinault Ranger's Residence, Quinault Recreation Area, Quinault, Grays Harbor County, WA



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Item Title


Location
Quinault Recreation Area, Quinault, WA

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1933.

Notes
Survey number HABS WA-171
Building/structure dates: 1921 initial construction
Significance: The qualities of significance in local history and in architecture are present in Building #1017. As the residential component of an early Forest Service administrative site, building #1017 is associated with a pivotal Federal land-managing agency with events important in resource conservation history. It embodies the distinctive characteristics of the bungalow-craftsman type. Building #1017 contains information about a particular local architectural expression relevant to questions regarding the diffusion of ideas and forms, the conditions that influence such stylistic expressions, the cultural values inherent in vernacular architecture, and the temporal and spatial distribution of bungaloid variants. Building #1017 meets the criteria of significance and is eligible for inclusion in the National Register of Historic Places.

Subjects
Houses
Wooden Buildings
Domestic Life


Related Names
Fromme, R. L.


Collection
Historic American Buildings Survey (Library of Congress)

Contents
Photograph caption(s): 
1. BUILDING IN CONTEXT, LOOKING NORTHEAST
2. BUILDING IN CONTEXT, LOOKING NORTH
3. NORTHWEST REAR
4. OBLIQUE VIEW OF FRONT
5. OBLIQUE VIEW OF NORTHEAST SIDE
6. SOUTHWEST SIDE
7. SHED-ROOFED DORMER AND PORCH DETAIL, FRONT
8. SHED-ROOFED DORMER AND GABLED PORCH, REAR
9. PORCH DETAIL
10. FIREPLACE AND CHIMNEY EXTERIOR DETAIL, NORTHEAST SIDE
11. ROOF AND CHIMNEY DETAIL, NORTHEAST SIDE
12. INTERIOR VIEW OF LIVING ROOM
13. DETAIL OF LIVING ROOM FIREPLACE
14. STAIRWAY
15. SECOND FLOOR BEDROOM
16. Photocopy of historic photograph (U.S. Forest Service Photo Library, Washington, D.C., Photo Number 209018, photographer unknown, May 1926) VIEW OF NORTHWEST REAR
17. Photocopy of historic photograph (U.S. Forest Service Photo Library, Washington, D.C., Photo Number 340542, photographer unknown, November 1935) NORTHWEST REAR LOOKING TOWARD LAKE QUINAULT
18. Photocopy of historic photograph (U.S. Forest Service Photo Library, Washington, D.C., Photo Number 357521, photographer unknown, November 1937) FRONT OF RESIDENCE LOOKING EAST
19. Photocopy of historic photograph (U.S. Forest Service Photo Library, Washington, D.C., Photo Number 340538, photographer unknown, November 1935) QUINAULT RANGER STATION WAREHOUSE
20. Photocopy of historic photograph (U.S. Forest Service Photo Library, Washington, D.C., Photo Number 340540, photographer unknown, November 1935) QUINAULT RANGER STATION OFFICE AND FIRE WAREHOUSE
21. Photocopy of historic photograph (U.S. Forest Service Photo Library, Washington, D.C., Photo Number 34054, photographer unknown, November 1935) QUINAULT RANGER STATION PROTECTION ASSISTANT RESIDENCE
22. Photocopy of historic photograph (provided by Wilma F. Koenig, daughter of District Ranger Joe Fulton, photographer unknown, August 30, 1931) VIEW OF LAKE QUINAULT LODGE AND QUINAULT TOWNSITE FROM BOAT ON LAKE
23. Photocopy of historic photograph (provided by Wilma F. Koenig, photographer unknown, 1931) VIEW OF RANGER'S RESIDENCE FROM LAKE
24. Photocopy of historic photograph (provided by Wilma F. Koenig, photographer unknown, 1931) LOOKING TOWARD LAKE QUINAULT AND REAR OF RANGER'S RESIDENCE
25. Photocopy of historic photograph (provided by Wilma F. Koenig, photographer unknown, 1931) QUINAULT RANGER STATION OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE FROM RANGER'S RESIDENCE
26. Photocopy of historic photograph (provided by Wilma F. Koenig, photographer unknown, 1924) REAR OF RANGER'S RESIDENCE AND PROTECTION ASSISTANT'S RESIDENCE
27. Photocopy of historic photograph (provided by Wilma F. Koenig, photographer unknown, 1929) QUINAULT DERBY DAY, 1929. FLOATING DANCEHALL AND BOATHOUSES. RANGER'S RESIDENCE ROOF VISIBLE ABOVE TRESS AND BOATHOUSE IN BACKGROUND.
28. Photocopy of historic photograph (provided by Wilma F. Koenig, photographer unknown, 1925) BOATHOUSE IN FRONT OF RANGER STATION, LOOKING NORTH
29. Photocopy of historic photograph (provided by Wilma F. Koenig, photographer unknown, ca. 1919) JOE FULTON IN FIRST FOREST SERVICE DISTRICT RANGER UNIFORM, QUILCENE, WASHINGTON
30. Photocopy of historic photograph (provided by Wilma F. Koenig, D. Mulkey photographer, ca. 1944) DISTRICT RANGER JOSEPH W. FULTON
31. Photocopy of historic photograph (provided by Wilma F. Koenig, photographer unknown, April 7, 1928) DISTRICT RANGER JOE FULTON, QUINAULT HOTEL CABINS IN BACKGROUND


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