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National Register of Historic Places


Bar B C Dude Ranch

Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming

Date Added to Register

Monday, April 23, 1990

Smithsonian Number

48TE915

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The Bar B C Dude Ranch is a historic district consisting of 37 resources: a lodge, cabins, a dining hall, service/laundry buildings, barns, and corrals on the western banks of the Snake River above Moose, Wyoming. The district buildings, constructed in 1912, all are built in a style referred to as dude ranch vernacular characterized by log construction. The historic district is significant because as a dude ranch it helped define and set the standards for the local Jackson Hole industry. It is also important because it was built and operated by Struthers Burt, a local author and industry leader of dude ranching. Along with Horace Carncross, Burt operated the ranch as a guest facility until Burt's and later Carncross' retirement. It was then operated by the Corse family until after World War II when the ranch buildings became summer rental cabins.

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