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Mr. and Mrs. J. Halsey Gulick The Luther Gluck Camps - Guide, Yearbook, Cover letter - Girls Camps. Evans Printers.Concord NH.1952-53
Mr. and Mrs. J. Halsey Gulick The Luther Gluck Camps - Guide, Yearbook, Cover letter - Girls Camps. Evans Printers.Concord NH.1952-53


 
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Price: $125.00

Product Code: 29001769

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A small format 20 pp brochure with illustrated wraps.  The three camps are located in Saco ME and include Sebago Wohelo: Girls 12 to 17 years, Little Wohelo: Girls 6 to 12 years and Timanous: Boys 6 to 14 years.  Descriptions of each camp including references to many of the Native American crafts and iconography of the Camp Fire Girls organization throughout.  An overview on the types of activities, accommodations etc. Measures 7 3/4" x 5 1/3".  The second is the "yearbook" for The Luther Gulick Camps - Summer of 1952". Suth Casco, ME. Consists of captioned images of photographs of the campers and their activities only. Measures 9 1/4" x 6 1/2".   The final piece in this lot is a cover letter to a potential campers mother.  Again, note the Campfire Girl iconography on the left margin. . The camp was founded in 1908 by Dr. and Mrs. Luther Halsey Gulick, the camps for the past 25 years have been under the direction of their son, J. Halsey Gulick and his wife, a former camper and counselor. Luther Gulick, who founded the Campfire Girls along with his wife Charlotte.