Exterior Stucco Assessment and Pilot Conservation Treatment for the John Moulton House

The Mormon Row Historic District at Grand Teton National Park was listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 1997 for its association with the final wave of homesteading in Jackson Hole and the state of Wyoming.

Extant resources within the historic district include western vernacular

houses and outbuildings consistent with rural agricultural settlement and development, including four houses and three iconic barns; an extensive irrigation network and cultural landscape; and the archaeological remains of non-extant homesteads and structures that were removed from the landscape over the course of several decades.

The district is actively interpreted and sees significant (though unquantified) visitation annually.

One of the most visited and visually identifiable properties at Mormon Row is the John Moulton homestead and the residential structure known as ⿿the pink house.⿝ The house was constructed in 1938 and represents a shift to more formal architecture from the ubiquitous log cabins common to the homesteading era and the American west.

The house retains a high degree of integrity, with character-defining features including its two-story construction, visually dominant pink stucco exterior, milled interior woodwork, and extensive original finishes including floral wallpaper and linoleum surfaces.


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