Built in 1949, the cabin was managed initially by members of the Outing Club, who were responsible for generating revenue to help defray the cost of building the cabin. During this era students, faculty, and staff were considered cabin members and could obtain the necessary cabin key for free. A community member could bring one guest at a time for a whopping two-dollar fee, and alumni and family members could make special arrangements with the Outing Club Board to stay at the cabin for a dollar. You may remember that candy bars cost about five cents at the time … [they’ve probably gone up a little since then].

Source: Reed.edu


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