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Return To Boose’s

In the past, I have covered Boose’s Tourist Camp in Detail, here and here.

I recently added an old advertising folder for the park to my collection. The rest of the images on the folder are ones that can be seen on the previous pages, but this is the first time I’ve some across a full version of the camp drawing above.

This drawing probably dates to around 1935 or so.

For a high resolution version of the picture click here.

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