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B & M Auto Camp

100 S Mikes Pike, Flagstaff, AZ

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After tourist cabins were built behind the 1896 McGonigle house about 1929 it became the B & M Auto Camp.

xAt least one source mention eight cabins, but the small building appears to have fewer units. There was a mural on the end of the cabins building when we went by in 2019.

xThe store in front of the house was added in 1926. The store building is now sheathed in corrugated metal. Robertson's Help-UR-Self Laundry operated at this address in the late 1940s. The Robertson's owned and operated the laundry busines until early 1951 when they sold the business. It's not clear, but seems logical the tha laundry business was in some part of the store building.

Photo(s): 2019



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