Pawnee Bath House 2
A WPA project during the great depression, the Bath House at Pawnee City lake was completed in 1939. It is well maintained and sitll in use today to serve the swimming areas downstream of the city lake north of Pawnee, Oklahoma.
Copyright: Andy martin
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Uploadet: 16/04/2012
Opdateret: 13/05/2012


Tags: pawnee bath house; pawnee; oklahoma; wpa; stone building; native stone; stone; rock; depression
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