Housing and Support Buildings
Burt Point, Long Island, HD Kodiak
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The Army constructed a small group of support buildings at Burt Point to serve the nearby searchlight and fire control installations. The camp included two Quonset huts, a wood frame mess hall and several other small buildings.



Mess Hall


Looking east at the mess hall, a small hut is also visible.
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Looking northeast at the mess hall.
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Looking north, the smaller hut is on the right.
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The south portion of the building appears to have been a dining area, with a serving counter built into the wall separating it from the kitchen.
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Detail of the serving counter in the north wall.
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Looking south in the dining area.
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A stove and other appliances indicate the center of the building was the kitchen.
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Detail of a water heater in the kitchen.
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The north part of the building seems to have been a latrine or utility area. There is a shower and two sinks, but no other fixtures were apparent.
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Detail of large sink in the utility area.
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Inside the shower.
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Other Buildings


The small hut near the mess hall.
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Inside the small hut.
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Debris from a second hut near the mess hall.
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Looking south at the east Quonset hut.
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The south end of the east Quonset hut.
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Looking south at the west Quonset hut.
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Looking northwest inside the west Quonset hut.
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The "Log Hut" shown on the Army map.
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The "Tools" building shown on the Army map.
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A small wooden observation station located below the B 2/4 S 2/4 station.
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Documents
Detail map of area.September 1944




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