ⓘ WPA Stone Structures in Memorial Park and Calvary Cemetery

                                     

ⓘ WPA Stone Structures in Memorial Park and Calvary Cemetery

WPA Stone Structures in Memorial Park and Calvary Cemetery, in Grand Forks, North Dakota, was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2010. It includes work by Ray F. Wyrick, "a noted cemetery landscape engineer from Des Moines, IA, who consulted as a WPA design advisor all over the country." The listing includes "two sets of stone entrance gateways, one relocated set of stone entry cairns, and a stone chapel building." It is believed that Wyrick made provided overall design of general cemetery layout and designed a reflecting pool for the cemetery, too.

The nomination has been described in open court in Grand forks historic preservation Commission on March 23, 2010.

He was included in the national register July 6, 2010, ID 10000424. The listed area extends from the Southeast corner of the intersection of gateway Dr and N Columbia RD in Grand forks.

                                     
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