Tuolumne Meadows Mess Hall, now the Visitor Center. CCC (1934).Tuolumne Meadows Mess Hall, now the Visitor Center. CCC (1934).
Originally built by the CCC as a mess hall, the National Park Service converted the building for use as the Tuolumne Meadows Visitor Center.
This building is a good example of National Park Service rustic park architecture of the 1930’s. It was constructed with native materials to blend with the environment, and reflects hand crafted techniques.
Online submission by Douglas Dodd "Yosemite: the Park and its Resources" (1987) by Linda W. Greene; NPS List of Classified Structures. http://www.hscl.cr.nps.gov/insidenps/report.asp?STATE=CA&PARK=YOSE&STRUCTURE=&SORT=&RECORDNO=268
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