Trailer park lets visitors sleep over in the 1950s
from BC Local News
When its copper mine shut down in 1974, much of Bisbee, AZ’s population left and property prices plummeted. Over the following decades the small town gradually re-invented itself as an artists’ colony and tourist destination, repopulated by immigrants from all over the United States. Among them were antiques-and-collectibles dealers Ed Smith and Rita Personett, who had been acquiring unwanted 1950s travel trailers.
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