Scope and Contents note
The buildings with stairs were mess halls and the two small buildings on the right were toilets. Other buildings shown were
barrack apartments built to supplement the horse stalls. They were flimsily constructed with tar paper on the outside walls
held in place by batens. Roof was thing roll roofing. The single wood plank floor on the inside shrank leaving gaps of 1/2"
or more through which the wind whistled. As in the horse stalls, the partition between apartment units were partial. Here
again, no plumbing, no heating and a single light bulb on pull chain. Size of a typical apartment was 16 x 20 ft. with an
average occupancy of 6. Privacy within the apartment was achieved by stringing up blankets etc. The camp was divided into
blocks of barracks housing about 300. Each block had its own mess hall, toilets and showers. One laundry building served two