A building in the form of a fish, formerly used as a drive-in and hamburger stand. The structure is wooden (ash), covered with painted tarpaper. The fish's mouth is open wide, lined with wooden teeth, with the entrance door within the mouth. The rectangular opening on the side of the fish was once used as a window. Short barricades buffer the fish on the parking lot side. -- Smithsonian National Inventory
Ash lumber, painted asphalt roofing, concrete foundation
Wayne Kumpla, “Big Fish,” NLLN Regional Art and Artists, accessed December 8, 2022, https://nllnart.omeka.net/items/show/109.