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Housing

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Here are the 3 basic elevations of the tropical housing in Cocoli courtesy of Carl Berg. The 12-family tropicals were 3-four families placed end to end.

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Here is a little girlfriend of mine who lived behind my house. The tropical behind her is a duplex and it is the house I lived in... it has been years since this picture was taken as you can see by the vintage car parked on the street.

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The tropical wooden housing build in the late 30's and early 40's in the old Canal Zone was of 3 basic plans. This type of housing could be found in almost every town site. Later some new concrete housing was built. But I really love to hear the rain drops on my tin roof--- it made for great sleepying.

Cocoli--- where the living was easy.