Memphis National Cemetery Superintendant Lodge
(1934)
Memphis, Tennessee

Memphis National Cemetery Superintendant Lodge (1934) Memphis, Tennessee

Photographic documentation of the Superintendant’s Lodge and maintenance facilities at the Memphis National Cemetery (HALS TN-3) was performed to the standards of the Historic American Landscapes Survey (HALS) for The 106 Group, Ltd. The 1934 Dutch Colonial Revival style residence was built from a standardized plan issued by the US War Department’s Quartermaster Supply Office, and was similar to lodges constructed at Nashville, Beaufort, Corinth, and Wilmington national cemeteries.

Lodge Detail - HALS TN-3-58 (Please credit Daniel R. Pratt and the Historic American Landscapes Survey)

Brick Drainageway - HALS TN-3-90 (Please credit Daniel R. Pratt and the Historic American Landscapes Survey)

Context View of Maintenance Building - HALS TN-3-77 (Please credit Daniel R. Pratt and the Historic American Landscapes Survey)