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Decatur Motor Camp, mid-1930s. The Decatur Motor Camp, a family-operated vacation camp in York Beach, Maine, rented cottages and space for tents, cars, and house trailers.

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Decatur Motor Camp, mid-1930s. The Decatur Motor Camp, a family-operated vacation camp in York Beach, Maine, rented cottages and space for tents, cars, and house trailers.
Peter Moore

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Family Camping: York Beach, Maine, 1930s
Family Camping: York Beach, Maine, 1930s — Decatur Motor Camp

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Decatur Motor Camp
Currently on display
Not a part of the official Smithsonian Collection
Details
Date Made:
about 1935
Locations:
Maine
History
Decatur Motor Camp, mid-1930s. The Decatur Motor Camp, a family-operated vacation camp in York Beach, Maine, rented cottages and space for tents, cars, and house trailers.

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