Obsidian Cliff Kiosk

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Obsidian Cliff Kiosk
Obsidian Cliff kiosk YNP1.jpg
Obsidian Cliff Kiosk is located in Wyoming
Obsidian Cliff Kiosk
Nearest city Mammoth, Wyoming
Coordinates 44°49′26.38″N 110°43′45.3″W / 44.8239944°N 110.729250°W / 44.8239944; -110.729250Coordinates: 44°49′26.38″N 110°43′45.3″W / 44.8239944°N 110.729250°W / 44.8239944; -110.729250
Built 1931
Architect National Park Service
Architectural style No Style Listed
Governing body National Park Service
MPS Yellowstone National Park MPS
NRHP Reference # 82001719
Added to NRHP July 9, 1982[1]

The Obsidian Cliff Kiosk is a small structure that shelters an interpretive exhibit in Yellowstone National Park at Obsidian Cliff. The kiosk was built in 1931 as part of an effort to provide interpretive exhibits along the park's Grand Loop Road. In common with the Fishing Bridge Museum, Madison Museum and Norris Museum, the kiosk exemplifies the National Park Service Rustic style. The interpretive exhibit was designed by National Park Service's Carl Russell, who provided many other innovations in visitor experiences.[2]

This is significant as the first "wayside exhibit" in the National Park system.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 2008-04-15. 
  2. ^ a b Mary Shivers Culpin (November 30, 1981). "National Register of Historic Places Inventory-Nomination: Obsidian Cliff Kiosk PDF (343 KB)". National Park Service. 

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