Jersey Family Searls builds their Wanigan (which in Alaska refers to "A small house, bunkhouse, or shed mounted on skids and towed behind a tractor train as eating and sleeping quarters for a work crew", which was about right) in 1949. The location was Brick Township, New Jersey. Now just "Brick." Back then it was all just pine barrens. More in the captions below each picture.
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