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The Mole-Tequop Club in Wrightstown - 1918

The Mole-Tequop Club in Wrightstown

The Mole-Tequop Club in Wrightstown - The word “Mole-Tequop” is the name the Comanche Indians gave to Major General Hugh L. Scott and means “Sign-Talker.”

Around two sides of the old Brick Hotel, leased by the War Camp Communities Service, was built an enclosed veranda used as a dining room or a dance hall. Rooms are provided upstairs for relatives of men in camp.

Excellent meals are served, but those real pies will be remembered and told about when the veterans are old men and swap war yarns, as do those of the Civil War. “Do you remember those pies of the Molly what-do-you-call-it Club?”

Two Scenes in the Mole-Tequop Club at Wrightstown

Two Scenes in the Mole-Tequop Club at Wrightstown

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