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Fort Vancouver, Artillery Stables, Vancouver, Clark County, WA



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Item Title


Location
Artillery Stables, Vancouver, WA

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1933.

Notes
Survey number HABS WA-41-C
Building/structure dates: 1910 initial construction
Significance: The Artillery Stable is locally significant for its historical associations with military operations at Fort Vancouver during World War I and for its architectural importance as a rare extant example of a building type once common on Army installations in the region. This structure provides a scale of military planning and its relationship to local community development.

Subjects
Stables
Barns
Brick Buildings


Collection
Historic American Buildings Survey (Library of Congress)

Contents
Photograph caption(s): 
1. NORTH FRONT
2. WEST SIDE (STORAGE YARD IN FOREGROUND)
3. WEST SIDE, SOUTH TO THE RIGHT
4. SOUTH END
5. EAST SIDE, SOUTH TO THE LEFT
6. EAST SIDE, NORTH TO THE RIGHT
7. SOUTH END LOOKING NORTHEAST. BRICK WALL CONNECTS OLD MULE BARN TO EXISTING LABORATORY
8. DOORWAY DETAIL ON EAST SIDE
9. DETAIL OF WEST DOORWAY
10. DETAIL OF LARGE WINDOW. SILL AND BRICK CONDITION ARE TYPICAL
11. DETAIL OF SMALL WINDOW (TYPICAL)
12. TYPICAL DETAIL OF LOUVERS AND WINDOWS IN MONITOR. NOTE USE OF SLATE SHINGLES TO FACE MONITOR WALL
13. CURVED RAFTER ENDS ON LOWER ROOF
14. CURVED RAFTER ENDS ON MONITOR ROOF
15. INTERIOR LOOKING SOUTH
16. INTERIOR LOOKING NORTH. NOTE ALTERNATE 8' x 8' POSTS HAVE BEEN CUT OFF
17. INTERIOR FRAMING, FACING SOUTH WALL ABOVE DOORWAY
18. TYPICAL NORTH HALLWAY. NOTE ORIGINAL BRICK FLOORING. ROOM B IN BACKGROUND.
19. ROOM A, SOUTH HALF
20. ROOM B
21. STORAGE ROOM. CONCRETE FLOOR WAS POURED ON TOP OF EXISTING BRICK FLOOR
22. ORIGINAL BARN DOORS AND BRICK FLOORING
23. DETAIL OF ORIGINAL BRICK FLOORING NEAR NORTH BARN DOORS
24. GUTTER AND INLET BASIN
25. SOUTHWEST CORNER OF LOFT. STAIRWAY ENTERS CENTER BACKGROUND
26. EAST WALL OF LOFT. WEST WALL IS IDENTICAL
27. NORTH WALL OF LOFT
28. MONITOR, PEAK FRAMING DETAIL
29. BEARING POST. MONITOR WINDOWS AND LOUVER IN BACKGROUND
30. MONITOR: INTERIOR LOUVER DETAIL ONE-HALF OPEN
31. TYPICAL WINDOW FROM INTERIOR
32. INTERIOR VIEW OF EAST DOORWAY


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