Non-commissioned Officers' Quarters (1891)

Front of the two-story tan wooden house with a red tin roof.
One of the historic homes of a US Army non-commissioned officer.

NPS/Dave Krueger

Quick Facts

Small home for a junior officer and family. The row of four homes that this home is a part of are sometimes called “Soapsuds Row,” suggesting that wives would take in laundry to help supplement the family income.

Now housing for park employees.

Last updated: October 5, 2017