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The single-story rectangular building housing Kennedy was built in 1918 and served as the Camp A. A. Humphreys Pump Station and Filter Building — water treatment — until 1970 when the treatment equipment was removed and it was effectively abandoned. Photo from 1985.

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markgrogan 4 years, 6 months ago

It is such a pity that the historical structure has been abandoned ever since the treatment facility equipment was removed. It could have been refurbished to allow future generations to visit and appreciate the place full of historical values.


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