The site of a projected community of Lake Pleasant which was to be built for the United States Army to house some 3,000 loggers and mill workers who were to produce spruce lumber for the World War One effort. The war ended before work got beyond the planning stages. The architectural firm of Bebb and Gould designed a community which was to be a model for lumber town construction of the future.
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