Historic Structure Report: CCC Buildings
NAMES AND PROPOSED USE OF STRUCTURES
|Bldg. no.||LCS no.||Date
|Original name/use||Current name/use||Proposed name/use*
|Headquarters and museum||Visitor center||Offices||5,000|
|B-4||23229||1936||Garage and blacksmith shop||Carpenter shop and welding shop||Same||1,100|
|B-5||23228||1935||Gas and oil house||Same||Same||180|
|B-10||23222||1937||Ranger dormitory and garage||Quarters and garage||Same||1,400|
|B-14||23219||1937||Gas and oil house||Office storage||Same||400|
|B-15||23218||1937||Dining room, kitchen, and lunchroom||Offices||Same||2,800|
|B-17||23217||1939||Lodge lobby and salesroom||Snack bar and curio shop||Same||2,000|
|B-19||23215||1939||Cabin group A||Quarters||Same||1,000|
|B-20||23283||1939||Cabin group B||Quarters||Same||1,200|
|B-21||23271||1939||"Kiva," comfort station, linen storage, and boiler room||Laundry and storage||Same||800|
|B-23||23269||1940||Cabin group D||Offices||Quarters||800|
|B-24||23249||1939||Cabin group C||Quarters (A and B)|
Offices (C and D)
|B-25||23248||1939||Stable and quarters||Stable||Same||1,800|
|B-26||23247||1940||Checking station||Entrance station||Same||170|
|B-27||23246||1940||Cabin group E-1 and linen storage||Quarters (A and B)|
|B-28||23245||1940||Cabin group E-2||Quarters||Same||1,100|
|B-29||23244||1940||Cabin group E-3||Library (A)|
|B-30||23243||1941||Fire lookout and quarters||Same||Same||600|
|B-31***||23242||1934||Entrance road and wall||Same||Same||N/A|
* Planning under way at this time may alter some of these proposed
** Gross square footage.
*** This structure, although a part of the CCC legacy in the park, is
outside the scope of this study.
LCS List of Classified Structures.
N/A not applicable.
Maintenance and operation of these buildings is in accordance with
the "Bandelier General Management Plan" (May 1977) and the "Cultural
Resource Management Plan" (November 1981).
Because Bandelier is a national historic landmark
district, all these historic structures fall within management category
A (must be preserved).
The treatment proposals herein are in the nature of
maintenance and preservation, including emergency measures to arrest
ongoing and prevent further deterioration. All treatments are consistent
with "Management Policies of the National Park Service," chapter V, and
NPS-26, release 3. The national historic landmark status of the
buildings mandates their preservation.
A concession contract is in force between the
superintendent of the park and a concessioner to operate a curio shop
and snack bar in B-17.
A cooperative fire agreement is in force among the
superintendent of the park, several land management agencies, and the
city of Los Alamos.
RECOMMENDATIONS FOR CONSERVATION OF PRODUCTS OF THIS STUDY
The oral history tapes will be accessioned into the
park collection. The photographs taken for this document and the copies
of the historic photos made for this study will be given to the park for
inclusion in the park's photo archives. Paint and mortar samples will be
accessioned into the park collection.
Last Updated: 08-May-2005