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Living tower, built with four living redwood trees in Camp Meeker
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Postcard -black and white photo: Rustic bridge made of logs in Camp Meeker. Caption: "Rustic Bridge, near Lower Lake, Camp Meeker, Cal." Hand written note on back to Mary Street of Sebastopol and postmarked 1907. Camp Meeker was built by mill man M.C. "Boss" Meeker in the heart of the Occidental redwoods. Meeker sold 70 lots
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