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East Potomac Park National Register Information: Structures


Selected pages from the East and West Potomac Parks National Register nomination (1999, signed 2001). The US Engineer's Storehouse (i.e. the Park Headquarters "Annex") was constructed in 1913. It served as the offices and storage area for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers during the reclamation process that created East and West Potomac Parks. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The additional temporary structures serving as the Park Headquarters building (trailers) were remodeled in 2002-2003. The first trailers in use at Park Headquarters were placed in 1986. The temporary trailers for Park Headquarters were not evaluated in the East and West Potomac Parks National Register nomination (see attached). Other similar temporary buildings and administrative structures on East Potomac Park (including the National Park Service's Regional Office building and East Potomac Park Maintenance Yard) are noncontributing.
 
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