Camp Runoia First, Second and Baby Shack, or Third Shack, 1915

Contributed by Camp Runoia


On the far left of this picture is the Dining Hall. The three identical cabins are from left to right: First, Second and what was originally called the "Baby Shack" where the oldest campers lived. Now the cabins are surrounded by trees and additional buildings have been built. The "Baby Shack" is called Third Shack. In the 1960-70s the youngest campers lived there. Now. the middle of the Junior campers live in Third Shack. All these buildings were designed by Lucy Weiser, the co-founder of Camp Runoia, who was an industrial designer.

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  • Title: Camp Runoia First, Second and Baby Shack, or Third Shack, 1915
  • Creation Date: 1915
  • Subject Date: 1915
  • Town: Belgrade Lakes
  • County: Kennebec
  • State: ME
  • Media: Photographic print
  • Object Type: Image

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Camp Runoia
PO Box 450, Belgrade Lakes, ME 
(207) 495-2228

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