Redwood cabin. Unique roadside novelty ware stand at Redcrest (Englewood) Redwood Highway. Built and owned by F. L. Roubey. The checkerboard part results from alternating the split face and bark surface of young tree truck half-sections--split through center. Mostly sapwood. About 4" long (high); logs were about 10" diameter. 2-21-39 E. F
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