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McIlvaine Lodge

McIlvaine Lodge was built in the mid 1930's by C. C. Cole and the Camp Staff from lumber acquired by dismantling the Cecil Paper Company Superintendent's house.  The building was dedicated to Gilbert McIlvaine, a Horseshoe founder and chief architect, in 1940.

Edited by David B. Woodward  [Contribute Info]

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A quick stroll through the interior of McIlvaine Lodge.

2009 - Contributed by Andrew Coe  [Contribute Info] 
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