Gazebo – Cooper TX

City:
Cooper, TX

Site Type:
Parks and Recreation, Shelters

New Deal Agencies:
Work Relief Programs, Works Progress Administration (WPA)

Started:
1938

Completed:
1940

Quality of Information:
Minimal

Marked:
Yes

Site Survival:
Extant

Description

The Works Progress Administration built the gazebo in downtown Cooper between 1938 and 1940 as documented by a plaque on the gazebo.

Source notes

Plaque on site

Site originally submitted by Larry Moore on June 12, 2015.

Location Info


Unknown
Cooper, Texas Delta County

Location notes: On the square downtown Cooper, TX

Coordinates: 33.373443, -95.688292

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3 comments on “Gazebo – Cooper TX

  1. I’m looking for the Enloe High School Building, Enloe, Texas. I think my father worked on the project.

    • Gabriel Milner

      We are a repository for submissions of New Deal sites around the country. Unfortunately, we don’t have every site.

  2. Steve Quarrella

    If anybody out there knows, I’d be curious as to whether the bricks used for the support pillars are from the old courthouse, whose cornerstone is in front of the gazebo.

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3 comments on “Gazebo – Cooper TX

  1. I’m looking for the Enloe High School Building, Enloe, Texas. I think my father worked on the project.

    • Gabriel Milner

      We are a repository for submissions of New Deal sites around the country. Unfortunately, we don’t have every site.

  2. Steve Quarrella

    If anybody out there knows, I’d be curious as to whether the bricks used for the support pillars are from the old courthouse, whose cornerstone is in front of the gazebo.

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