|Walnut cabin in 1962|
Walnut, Hawthorn, Sycamore, and Linden cabins were original cabins that were rebuilt in 1956, with indoor plumbing installed. Walnut was the largest of the four cabins with two bedrooms, a lounge, and a bath. The other three were one-room cabins with a bath. If you look at the Google Maps satellite view of the cabins below, you can see that some of them have since been rebuilt/enlarged since these pictures were taken.
|Hawthorn cabin in 1962 (the original Laurel cabin - now called Holly - is on the right)|
|Sycamore cabin in 1962 (Linden cabin is in the background)|
|Linden cabin in 1961|
The four cabins are part of a group of guest cabins located near the Laurel Lodge. Below is the berthing assignment list from Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev's 1959 visit that includes the four cabins.
|Page from the Camp David Operations Plan 2-59|
|Google Maps satellite view of Walnut, Hawthorn, Sycamore, and Linden cabins|
Sources: Camp David Tour; U.S. Navy; Eisenhower Presidential Library; John F. Kennedy Presidential Library; Google Maps