TOURIST CAMP HAS CONCRETE “TEPEES” (Jul, 1936)
TOURIST CAMP HAS CONCRETE “TEPEES”
Cleverly constructed to look like a small Indian village, a novel tourist camp near Lawrence, Kans., has concrete shelters closely resembling Indian tepees. Cement stucco, laid over wire mesh on a foundation of three slantingpoles, forms the walls of the odd overnight cabins. Each “tepee” is equipped with comfortable beds, running hot and cold water, cooking stove, and other conveniences.