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Lake Washington Floating Bridge (former) – Seattle WA

Date added: December 2, 2012

“Constructed in just 18 months, the first bridge across Lake Washington opened on July 2, 1940. Funded partly by the Public Works Administration, the pontoon bridge was an engineering marvel, the longest floating span in the world at that time…. read more

Cowen Park Bridge

Cowen Park Bridge – Seattle WA

Date added: October 11, 2012

“The Cowen Park Bridge is a reinforced concrete arch bridge that spans a ravine in Seattle’s Cowen Park. The structure is listed in the National Register of Historic Places, and it is a designated city landmark. The bridge has been… read more

Rainbow Falls State Park – Lewis WA

Date added: July 20, 2012

The CCC did extensive work in the park, including building a hand-hewn log and stone footbridge, a comfort station, a picnic pavilion, trails, bridges, and several log structures.

Dofflemeyer Point Lighthouse – Olympia WA

Date added: February 19, 2012

“This light and fog-signal tower is typical of many of the smaller structures which have been erected on the coast line and rivers of the United States. The tower and housing for the equipment operating the fog horn is of… read more

Jefferson Clubhouse in Snow

Jefferson Park Golf Course Clubhouse – Seattle WA

Date added: February 18, 2012

"This clubhouse was built by the city of Seattle in connection with one of its public golf courses that are included in the city park and recreation areas. The building has a small basement, a first floor, and a partial… read more

Rainier School – Buckley WA

Date added: February 18, 2012

"Rainier School is a habilitation center for individuals with developmental disabilities located within the city limits of Buckley, Washington about a mile-and-a-half from downtown. The campus is situated in a peaceful country setting with a unique and prominent view of… read more

"Skid Row"

Post Office Mural – Shelton WA

Date added: February 18, 2012

This tempera mural “Skid Row” by Richard Haines was a winner of the Treasury Section’s 48-State Post Office Mural Competition. “When Section officials in Washington, D.C., chose Minneapolis artist Richard Haines to paint a mural for the new post office… read more

Bellingham High School

Bellingham High School – Bellingham WA

Date added: February 18, 2012

"The Bellingham High School is one of the largest and finest structures of this type erected recently in northwest Washington. It is 3 stories in height with sufficient basement to take care of the heating system. It provides 20 standard… read more

Husky Pool – University of Washington – Seattle WA

Date added: February 18, 2012

"This structure, housing the swimming pool, was erected as an addition to the physical-education building. The swimming pool is 42 by 75 feet and galleries for spectators are provided to seat 1,000. The construction is reinforced concrete with exterior walls… read more


Grand Coulee Dam – Grand Coulee WA

Date added: January 6, 2012

The idea for the dam was originally proposed by William M. Clapp in 1917. Feasibility studies were performed in the 1920s, and a final report in favor of the dam was presented to Congress in 1931, but work on the… read more