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  • Hardeman Barns


    Read All About It:

    The Hardeman Barns are a highly visible landmark along Highway 22 south of Grand Teton National Park. The buildings were constructed in 1930-1945 as part of a working ranch and include the main barn, bunkhouse, pump house, horse barn, and bull barn. The prominent main barn was built by Wesley Bircher, a notable builder responsible for several barns in the area. The barn features a dramatic gothic arch roof that was a hallmark of Bircher’s barns. The property was owned for several years by Major C.C. Moseley who achieved fame in the aeronautics industry as a founder and executive in different airlines as well as his flying schools that helped to train pilots and mechanics for service in World War II. Later the property was owned by the Hardeman family, a well-known and respected ranching family in Jackson Hole.



    Date Added to Register:
    Tuesday, April 28, 2015
    Teton County
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