Camp Paradise, Company 1664, Fort Brady District, Sault Ste Marie, Michigan
The bunks are alternately head to toe for health reasons. The beds are made out as required by the Army Staff, rolled comfort at foot and the bed made with blankets tucked nice and taught. Foot locker at end of bed. The clothes are hung and probably in a preset order as well. Note the large stove in the center of the barrack which was the source of heat.
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