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An article in the September 1924 issue of Motor Camper and Tourist magazine is devoted to an autocamping expedition along the Pacific Northwest’s portion of the old Oregon Trail. Most automobiles that were adapted for camping made ample use of the vehicle’s running boards to secure tents and food storage boxes and iceboxes. Note the bottle of milk that was, no doubt, secured locally and the child’s bed suspended above the front seat. Courtesy Vince Martinico collection.