The Griffith cabins, aka the Line Shack Cabins, were built in 1964 as rental units. They illustrate the trends related to early development of tourism in Aspen. Although most of the rustic style cabins built in Aspen after the early 1950’s were kit log structures by the Pan Abode Company, these small cabins are true log, hand-built buildings. They are one story, rectangular homes with typical constructing detailing, such as overlapping log ends and chinking. Each has a limited number of small windows. Minor alterations include painting the logs and chinking, replacing the roof and the addition of storm windows and doors.