• Holston Valley High School - Bristol TN
    Bristol, Tennessee's historic Holston Valley High School building was constructed between 1933 and 1935 with $90,828 of federal funds through the Public Works Administration (PWA). The building is still in service.
  • Tennessee High School - Bristol TN
    Bristol's Tennessee High School was constructed between 1937 and 1939 with the assistance of federal Public Works Administration (PWA) funds during the Great Depression. The building is an exemplary example of Colonial Revival school architecture.
  • The Stone Castle (Bristol Municipal Stadium) - Bristol TN
    The Stone Castle (Bristol Municipal Stadium) at Tennessee High School in Bristol, Tennessee was constructed with the assistance of federal Public Works Administration (PWA) funds between 1934 and 1936. Limestome for the stadium was locally quarried for Bristol's flood control project, undertaken by the Civil Works Administration (CWA). The stadium, designed by architect R. V. Arnold, seats 6,000.
  • Watauga State Park (former) - Bristol TN
    Construction for Watauga State Park began in 1939 with the CCC arrival to survey, clear land, and begin dam construction and other facilities (Van West, 2001). Kingsport Times (Sept. 18, 1939) indicated the name Watauga was rejected due to so many nearby projects with the name Watauga, and the park was to be named Kettlefoot State Park, but other records indicating a name change were not located. The CCC camp was expected to be completed by October, 1939, and landscape architects were developing park designs. Watauga State Park was developed as one of four Recreation Demonstration Areas for Tennessee (Jones...