This picture frame was handcrafted from wood reclaimed from the window openings of Van Dusen Lodge, the main cabin featured in Friday the 13th, Part 1. Campers have been enjoying the views from these windows for over 90 years and now you can too. This cabin was built in the late 1920s (50 years before it was featured in the movie) and was part of a major restoration project in 2009. Many fans were disappointed when our last framed photo sold out. Act now to add this truly unique item to your collection!
This 8″ x 8″ lake photo is mounted in a rustic handcrafted wood frame. This wood is very old – each frame will be completely unique. There are a limited number of these available – get yours today before they are gone forever!
Each frame has a label on the back that certifies it was handcrafted from wood reclaimed from the window openings of Van Dusen Lodge, one of the main filming locations of Friday the 13th Part 1, at Camp No-Be-Bo-Sco in Hardwick, New Jersey.
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