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Pan Am Hotel

Gooneyville Lodge

The Pan Am Hotel nicknamed Gooneyville Lodge was torn down in 1957. The hotel, a prefabricated structure with solar-heated hot water, electric lights, screened-in porches, and formal dining room, was used during World War II for men on rest and recuperation and as part of the submarine base housing. "Woody" station wagons were used to transport Pan American guests from the dock to the hotel. Photo credit U.S. Navy

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Last Updated: May 23, 2013
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