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Ontario Camping Association (est. 1933)

72-007

TITLE

Ontario Camping Association fonds. -- 1922-1973. -- 3.2 m of textual records. -- ca. 600 photographs.


BIOGRAPHY / HISTORY

In 1900 A.L. Cochrane established the first private camp in Ontario. By 1925, the number of private camps in Ontario had increased to only six or seven. The camps established during this time period (1900-1925) were mainly for boys over the age of thirteen. Co-ed camps were unheard of at this time. As of 1925, the private camps were making headway in their development and agency camps, such as the Y.M.C.A., were opening up across the province. The leaders and directors of these camps, wanting to keep abreast of new trends, began to regularily attend the American Camping Association conventions, due to the absence of a Canadian or Ontario camping association. This situation, although helpful to the evolution of camps in Ontario, was not ideal. Issues relevant to Canadian camps, and camp leaders and directors, were not being addressed by the American association. As a result, the camp leaders in Ontario decided to form their own group. In the first few years, the meetings were informal, and held in private homes. The first members were A.L. Cochrane, H.E. Chapman, Mary Edgar, Mary Hamilton, Fern Halliday, and Taylor and Ethel Statten. One of the main topics of discussion centered on the need for a camping association in Ontario. In 1933, this group of private camp leaders and directors formally founded the Ontario Camping Association. Taylor Statten was made the first chairman of the Association. It was decided by the founding members that the Association would not just be for private camps, but would be open to anyone engaged in any aspect of camping. The interests of the founders of the Association encompassed the development and maintenance of high camping standards in the field of camping for children and an appreciation of the wider aspects of the camping movement. They believed that through discussion and consideration of common camping policies and problems, and by mutual exchange of ideas and knowledge, better camping would be achieved. The Ontario Camping Association was responsible for the development and implementation of standards for Ontario's childrens camps, and, in 1941, in conjunction with the Provincial Department of Health, made the licensing of all camps mandatory. The headquarters of the Association are located in Toronto, Ontario.

CUSTODIAL HISTORY

The fonds was created by and remained in the custody of the Ontario Camping Association.

SCOPE AND CONTENT

The fonds consists of the papers and records of the Ontario Camping Association delineating its operation and policies, conferences, special programmes; the Canadian Camping Magazine; and brochures, photographs, newsletters from member camps. The fonds also contains the Ontario Camping Association's newsletter, and some sound and tape recordings of conference.

NOTES

Title based on the Association which created the fonds.

The fonds was donated by the Archives Committee of the Ontario Camping Association in 1971.

The fonds has been arranged into two series: Camp Brochures and Photographs, and Organizational Records.

Restrictions: N

Finding aids: Y

Further accruals expected. Additions to the fonds include 78-006, 82-009, 84-019, 85-011, 86-018, 88-006, 89-015, 92-005, and 93-021.

For related records see: 77-024 (L.M. Frost fonds), and 80-022 (M.L. Northway fonds)

The audio tapes have been physically removed from this fonds and been placed within a new fonds titled Canadian Camping Association fonds : Sound Tape Recordings (83-002)

FINDING AID

SERIES 1. Camp Brochures and Photographs (Appendix 1), 1922-1967

SERIES 2. Organizational Records, 1952-1973
Major Contents:
Camp Staff Records
Advisory Board and Archives
History
OCA Board
Conference Committee
Education Committee
Executive Committee
Nominating Committee
Canoeing
Standards Committee
Publications
Speeches
Conference Records
Centenary Journey
Agency Liaison
ACA Records


SERIES 1 - Camp Brochures & Photographs
(Note: brochures are arranged alphabetically; see Appendix 1 for a list of photographs)

Box 1

Folder

1: Camp Allsaw - Chrystal Springs
Allsaw Reporter, brochure; Allan-a-Dale, Baptist Camps, Bark Lake, Beausoleil, Big Doe, B'Nai B'Rith (Ottawa), Bolton Bonita Glen (1951), Brebeuf, Brigadoon, Campus in the Woods, Cedar Nook (1952), Centennial (1954), Cherith, Clovelly (1954), Comak (1944-1945; 1947-1949), Camp of the Blue OX, Couchiching (1914, 1948, 1966, 1968), Chrystal Springs

2: Davern - Glen Bernard
Davern (1964), De La Salle (1961, 1965), Echo Bay, Fair Glen (1965), Fair Havens (1962), Forest Hill (1947), Forest Valley Day Camp (1967), Gay Venture (1952, 1964), Glen Bernard (1923, 1925)

3: Glen Bernard: The Scroll, n.d., 1924 (2 copies) - 1925, 1933, plus photographs (from Dr. M.L. Northway), n.d. Added bound volume of "The Scroll" to this box in 2008. 1924-1934.

4: Glen Bernard: Photographs - originals of canoe trip (1927), and camp activities, 1922-1940 (copy negatives shelved in Archives Office)

5: Glen Mohr - Kiawa
Glen Mohr Presbyterian Camp (1948), G.T.R. Cub Camps, Haliburton Scout Reserve, Hobachi (1961), Huron Presbytery Camp (1958), Hurontario, John Island, Inawendawin, John Island, Kagawong (receipts and expenditures, (1918), Kakeba, Kanawana (1940), Kandalore (1967), Kawagama (1952), Kawabi (1952), Kawartha (1961, 1962, 1966), Kennaway (1954), Kenny (1954), Kiawa (1961)

6: Kilcoo - brochures and photographs (originals and copy negatives). Brochures from 1934, 1936, 1945, 1947, 1949 (copy negatives and photos shelved in Archives Office)

7: Kitchikewana - New Moon
Kitchikewana (1952), Kiwanis, Mazinaw (1950, 1960), Medeba (1962, 1964, 1965), Metagami (see also Temagami), Mi-a-kon- da (1959), New Moon

8: Northway Lodge. Photographs (originals and copy negatives) - (copy negatives shelved in Archives Office)

9: Northway Lodge - Norval
Northway Lodge (1966, 1967), Norval (1947, 1949, 1956, 1959-1961, 1964, 1966-1967)

10. Oak-a-lea - Ogama
Oak-a-lea, Oconto (1950, 1964, 1966), Ogama (1967)

11. Onawaw - Queen Elizabeth
Onawaw (1929, 1931, 1934, 1936-1937, 1966), Ontario Society for Crippled Children, Otoneke, Otterdale (1956), Ouareau, Ponacka (n.d., 1952, 1961, 1964), Port Sydney (1965), Queen Elizabeth (1954, 1956)

12. Robin Hood - Shawanaga
Robin Hood (1961, 1966, 1967), Ro-Bruin (1956), Rollin' Acres (1967), Ruddy (1956), Ryde Lake (1959, 1966), Scott Mission (1968), Sharbot (1950, 1952, 1967), Shawanaga (1951, 1970)

13. Ontario Camping Association Copy Photographs (copies filed with originals)

Box 2

Folder

1: Shadow Lake pamphlets and photographs (originals and copy negatives)

2: Sherwood Forest: brochures (1934-1937, 1939, 1944), counsellor's guide and photographs, 1951, 1957-1959)

3: Sparrow Lake - Tanamakoon
Sparrow Lake (1966), Swallowdale, Summerland (1952, 1968), Tamakawa, Tamarack (1966), Tanamakoon (1930-1933, 1950, 1952, 1953, 1961); photographs of Tanamakoon (1930-1933), (originals and copy negatives)

4: Camp Tamarack business papers and various issues of the newsletter Double Triangle, published by the 59th Toronto Boy Scout Council

5: Tapawingo - Tinawatawa
Tapawingo (1950-1952), Tawingo, Temagami (1905, 1953), T-Bar, Trailfinder, Ta-wa- si (1956), Tecumseh (1956), Tinawatawa. Photographs included

6: Wabikon - Wae-gee-wa
Wabikon, Wabun (1966), Wahanowin (1959), Wahcahmie, Wakana (1962), Wanapitei (1956), Wangoma (1958, 1959, 1966, 1967), Wa-sa-ah-bun (1944-1946, 1948, 1949, 1961), Waseosa, Wa-ye-kwa-kana (1951), Wee-gee-wa (1967, 1968)

7: Wendigo - Winnebagoe; Camp Tonakela Photograph
Wendigo (1965-1966), White Pine (1966), Wikwetonee (1965-1967), Winnebagoe    


SERIES 2 - Organizational Records

Box 2 (continued)

Folder

8: Confidential Camp Counsellor Survey, 1952. Correspondence and questionnaires
Correspondence with Canadian Girl Guides, Camp Gay Venture, Glen Bernard, Hiawatha Junior, Ontario Council of Christian Education, Temagami, Sunfish, Mary Edgar, Kawagama, Wabi-kon, and Welfare Council of Toronto
Questionnaires and responses (most incomplete) for the following camps: Ahmek, Bonita Glen, B'Nai B'Rith Ottawa, Cedarmonk, C.G.I.T., Comak, Erie Heights, Gay Venture, Glen Bernard, Hiawatha Junior, Kagawong, Kandalore, Kawabi, Kawagama, Kitchikewana, Maginaw, Moorelands, Northland, Onawaw, Ponacka, Shadow Lake, Sharbot, Summerland, Sunfish, Tapawongo, Wabi-kon, Wapomeo, Wa-ye-kwa-kana, Winnebagoe

9: Staff application forms (by camp), including application forms, staff ratings and questionnaire, reference forms, contract agreements, job analyses and training manuals. Not all types of record available for each camp
B'Nai B'Rith, Comak, Gay Venture, Kandalore, Kawabi, Kawagana, Kitchikewana, Onawaw, Orillia YMCA, Ponacka, Sharbot, Sherwood Forest, Tapawingo, Taylor Statten and Wabi-Kon

10: OCA committees - Advisory Board and Archives
Advisory Board - minutes, 8 May 1967 - Report re OCA crest - Archives - minutes, reports, correspondence, draft history of camping, oral history interviews, interviewing, procedures and assorted collected materials, 1908, 1966-1973

11: OCA Board - minutes, 7 Dec. 1955, 6 Nov. 1958
Conference Committee - minutes, May-Dec. 1967, Jan. 1968
Cultural Committee - copy of Lynda Petrosky's report for Children's International Summer Villages (on Vancouver Island Village), 1969

12: Education Committee - outdoor education, conservation brochures (re Albion Hills School), questionnaire, 1972
Ontario Government recommendations re purchase of Bark Lake campsite, 1947- 1948
Information re Duke of Edinburgh award

13: Correspondence re Jamaican Counsellors' Fund, 1963-1965

14: Executive Committee - minutes, 1954-1959
Legislation Committee - minutes, reports 1957, 1969-1973
Nominating Committee - committee lists, 1965, 1970
Public Relations Committee - parents' guide to camps (1961, 1969), news releases, National Camping Day report, photos and Pollution Probe correspondence

15: Canoe Instruction and Water Safety materials, questionnaire on life- jackets, supervised canoe trips, Camp Onawaw canoeing rules, 1957 - 1971; OCA canoe trip brochure, 1939

16: OCA Canoeing test sheets, 1964-1965

17: OCA Canoeing test sheets, 1966

18: OCA Canoeing test sheets, 1967  

Box 3

Folder

1: Standards Committee - minutes, Jan. 1955 May 1960

2: Standards for Children's Day Camps - studies of camping practices and mandatory standards, 1953, 1955, 1956, 1962, 1968, 1969, 1970

3: Standards and Camp Practices - studies, reports and regulations from Ontario, Manitoba, Nova Scotia and American Camping Association, 1954-1965

4: Standards Committee - Voluntary Accreditation scheme - correspondence, 1954-1958; OCA initiative and responses of individual camps; reports of committee, camp self-evaluations, camp ethical problems, and assistance for standards programme, 1954-1970; correspondence re camp visitations, 1958-1959

5: Standards Committee forms - reaction to visitation scheme, with comments of camp owners etc., and requests for visitations; lists of camps visited, camp visitor's kit, and minutes of Executive Committee, 15 Oct. 1958. Arranged in alphabetical order, 1958- 1963

6: Standards Committee - returns re self- evaluation questionnaire  

Box 4

Folder

1: Standards Committee - self-evaluation questionnaire returns and summary, 1955

2: Standards Committee (as per Box 4 Folder 1), 1956

3: Standards Committee (as per Box 4 Folder 2), 1956, continued  

Box 5

Folder

1: Standards Committee - questionnaire responses, 1958

2: Standards Committee (as per Box 5 Folder 1), 1958

3: Standards Committee (as per Box 5 Folder 2), 1958, continued

4: Standards Committee (as per Box 5 Folder 3), 1953

5: Early material on camp standards from the ACA, YMCA, and OCA, 1937-1947

6: The Camp Counsellor's Book (ed. by Mary L. Northway and Barry G. Lowes) - typescript

7: Revised, annotated copy of typescript

8: Revised corrected typescript of The Camp Counsellor's Book

9: Page proofs of book

10: Correspondence re The book, 1961-1969. Correspondents include publishers and contributors to the book, Mary Edgar, the authors, and the American Camping Association

11: Reviews of the book; publisher's lists and book advertisements, 1963-1964

12: OCAsional News, Feb. 1962 - Oct. 1972 (incomplete run); also, the Ontario Camp Bulletin, 1946-1949 (including [1949] News Letter)

13: National YMCA camp charts, 1953; membership committee material; analysis of camp fees by Stan Wild, 1968; report of the Standing Conference of Youth Organizations, 1963

14: Miscellaneous and collected publications; OCA bibliography, 1948; OCA Brief to Ontario Select Committee on Youth, 1965 (including drafts and memoranda), 1965; Brown Camps newsletter, 1967; YWCA Camp Project Report, 1967; The White Bearer, 1967

15: Miscellaneous and collected publications and speeches:
1. Lectures on camp education (1940)

2. Records in a camp education (1940)

3. Problems discussed at counsellors'
meetings (1940)
4. Outline of content of evening course
in camp education (Northway)
5. Camping trips. (F.A. MacDougall,
1940)
6. Camping in Canada. (Northway;
Canadian Geographical Journal, 1940)
7. A Philosophy of Camping

8. Camping - what is it? (ACA
publication)
9. Canadian Camping: its foundations and
its future (Northway) - (See Box 9 Folder 5)
10. Organized camping

11. Nature in Camp (ACA publication)

12. Teaching the director to teach

13. Teaching the counsellor how to
understand behaviour, particularly his own
14. Teaching the counsellor to
understand group life
15. Study weekend at Pinecrest - the
role of the OCA
16. The length of time campers spend at
camp (F.M. Hill)

16: Miscellaneous and collected publications (continued)
17. A Workbook for Camp Counsellors

18. Cross-cultural relationships in a
summer camp (Grof and Warlow, 1967)
19. Among ourselves (Edgar)

20. The Counsellor's job at camp
(Raymer)
21. Counsellor's responsibilities for
health in camp (Ebbs)
22. Fatigue: a major health problem in
camps (Ebbs)
23. Homesickness (Statten)

24. Its fun to cook out (Northway and
Morrison)
25. Our indebtedness to our Indian
friends (Edgar)
26. Nobody needs to drown

27. Outdoor education (Northway)

28. Some thoughts on canoe trip planning

29. So went the summer (Northway)

30. Camping was always an adventure
(Northway)
31. Country life in Canada fifty years
ago (Haight)
32. Camp Schools for bear urbanization
(St. John)
33. Camp School aids school pupils (St.
John)
34. Report of a trip to 28 camps in
Ontario and Quebec (Northway and Gibson)
35. History of organized camping
(Northway)
36. Nominigan: The Early Years (Northway)  

Box 6

Folder

1: Conference brochures, 1939, 1941, 1947, 1948, 1950, 1953-1955, 1957, 1959-1965

2: Conference brochures, 1966-1973; Convention Daily News, 1972

3: Conference correspondence, 1948-1961

4: Conference correspondence, 1962-1965

5: Conference correspondence, 1961-1965

6: Conference exhibits, 1960-1967

7: Conference correspondence, 1966

8: Conference routine; publicity, speakers, finances, displays, etc., 1966

9: Conference routine (as per Box 6 Folder 8), 1967-1970; official receipts, 1968

10: Convention, 1973: annual reports of committees, etc.

11: Annual meetings, reports, 1955, 1958, 1959, 1969; miscellaneous brochures/flyers; miscellaneous conference records, 1942-1971

12: Centennial Canoe Trip (Centenary Journey), 1967: personnel data sheets, trip logs, area histories and trip reports

13: Centenary Journey, 1967: personnel lists, correspondence, trip logs

14: Centenary Journey, 1967: Ontario Chairman's correspondence

15: Centenary Journey, 1967: routes, schedules, logs, etc.

16: Centenary Journey, 1967: Ontario chairman's correspondence

17: Centenary Journey, 1967: photographs; articles on Quetico and the Peterborough canoe

18: Centenary Journey, 1967: correspondence, reports, 1965-1968

19: Centenary Journey, 1967: historical essays on canoe routes

(See also rolled map of Centenary route in Map Collection)  

Box 7

Folder

1: Centenary Journey, 1967: conference, 1966; minutes of Journey committee

2: Centenary Journey, 1967: progress reports

3: Centenary Journey, 1967: correspondence, reports, lists of routes

4: Centenary Journey, 1967: correspondence, information sheets

5: Centenary Journey, 1967: correspondence, committee minutes

6: Centenary Journey, 1967: organizational

7: OCA miscellaneous collected materials; promotional literature on camping; study of camping practices (typescript, 1958); assorted publications and correspondence, 1945-1967

8: Collected Papers
Ann Hall - "Arthur L. Cochrane", Queen's, 1964 - Judi Wright - "Organized Camping in Canada", Queen's, 1966 - Mary E. Keyes - "John H. Crocker, 1870-1959", UWO, 1959  

Box 8

OCA Collected Photographs

Folder

1: Canadian Camping Convention

2: Charlie Plewman file (originals and copy negatives)

3: Photos extracted from other folders (originals and copy negatives)  

Box 9

Folder

1: "Agency Liaison" material, from the Quebec section, Canadian Camping Association - correspondence, papers, 1960-1962

2: "Agency Liaison" - Alberta Camping Association, correspondence, 1962-1965

3: "Agency Liaison" - British Columbia Camping Association, Camp Administrators Conference, 1966

4: "Agency Liaison" - Nova Scotia Camping Association, Camp Leadership Conference, 1966

5: "Agency Liaison" - Canadian Camping Association - brochures, 1938; annual meeting, 1966; conference, 1967; Mary L. Northway - Canadian Camping: Its Foundation and Its Future, 1946 (given to Manitoba Camping Association)

6: ACA miscellaneous reports, brochures; includes California Department of Social Welfare paper "Camps for Children", 1952

7: ACA New York District - minutes and constitution, 1962

8: American Camping Association / Ontario Camping Association: camp standards; guidelines and reports; ACA programme

9: ACA reports on camping standards, 1963

10: ACA standards committee, 1954-1960  

Box 10

Folder

1: ACA conference, 1960

2: ACA miscellaneous publications re camp administration and leadership, 1943- 1967; Camp Nicolet brochure    


APPENDIX 1
Photographs

Box 1

Folder 3: Glen Bernard
1. Wash day. Black/White, no neg., 9x6

2. Camping out, b/w, no neg., 9x6

3. At the Sundridge Station, b/w, no
neg., 9x6
4. Bloomer Girls, b/w, no neg., 9x6

Folder 4: Glen Bernard
5. Swimming costumes, circa 1914, b/w,
11x7
6. In the Canyon of the Lost River,
late 20's or early 30's, b/w, 13 1/2 x 8 1/2
7. Junior campers, 1920's, b/w, 10x7

8. Glen Bernard late fall, 1920's,
b/w, 13 1/2 x 8 1/2
9. Miss Mary Edgar and counsellor,
1930's, b/w, 9 x 14 1/2
10. Glen Bernard picnic, 1930's, b/w,
11x7
11. Glen Bernard outpost cabin, 1930's,
b/w, 11x7
12. Glen Bernard canoe trip, 1930's,
b/w, 10x7
13. Glen Bernard entertaining local
village children, b/w, 10x7
14. Glen Bernard, 1930, b/w, 11x7

15. Glen Bernard fancy dress, 1930,
b/w, 12x9
16. Miss Edgar and original campers,
1922, b/w, 17 1/2 x 12 1/2
17. Glen Bernard, circa 1935, b/w, no
neg., 10 1/2 x 6
18. Iolanthe, 1937, b/w, 17 1/2 x 12
1/2
19. Counsellor staff, 1937, b/w, 17 1/2
x 12 1/2
20. Iolanthe, 1937, b/w, 17 1/2 x 12
1/2
21. Iolanthe, 1937, b/w, 17 1/2 x 12
1/2
22. Cast of Iolanthe, Aug. 1937, b/w,
17 1/2 x 12 1/2
23. Runaway Ballerina, 1938, b/w, 17
1/2 x 12 1/2
24. Runaway Ballerina opera, 1938, b/w,
12 1/2 x 17 1/2
25. Closing Banquet, 1938, b/w, 17 1/2
x 12 1/2
26. Arts & Craft display, 1939, b/w, 17
1/2 x 12 1/2
27. Alice in Wonderland opera, 1940,
b/w, 17 1/2 x 12 1/2

Photo Album - Trip to Mattawa, 1927

28. Island in Pine Lake, b/w, 7x5
29. Talon Shute, b/w, 5x7

30. Being towed across Lake Talon, b/w,
5x7
31. 300' high cliff, b/w, 5x7

32. 5x7, b/w, Various photos on route

33. 7x5, b/w

34. 7x5, b/w

35. 5x7, b/w

36. 7x5, b/w

37. 7x5, b/w, some of the falls we
portaged around
38. 5x7, b/w, some of the falls we
portaged around
39. 5x7, b/w, various photos on route

40. 5x7, b/w
41. 7x5, b/w
42. 7x5, b/w
43. 5x7, b/w
44. 5x7, b/w
45. 5x7, b/w
46. 7x5, b/w
47. 7x5, b/w
48. 5x7, b/w
49. 5x7, b/w
50. 5x7, b/w
51. 7x5, b/w
52. 7x5, b/w
53. 5x7, b/w
54. 5x7, b/w
55. 5x7, b/w
56. 7x5, b/w
57. 7x5, b/w, various photos on route
58. 5x7, b/w
59. 5x7, b/w
60. 5x7, b/w
61. 7x5, b/w
62. 5x7, b/w
63. 5x7, b/w
64. 5x7, b/w
65. 5x7, b/w
66. 5x7, b/w
67. 5x7, b/w
68. 14 1/2 x 9 1/2, b/w, hunting photos
69. 9 1/2 x 14 1/2, b/w
70. 9 1/2 x 14 1/2, b/w
71. 9 1/4 x 14 1/4, b/w
72. 14 1/2 x 9 1/2, b/w
73. 14 1/2 x 9 1/2, b/w
74. 9 1/2 x 14 1/2, b/w
75. 9 1/2 x 14 1/2, b/w
76. 6x5, b/w
77. 12 1/2 x 5, b/w, Alsy - car

Folder 6:
78. Kilcoo Camp, 1933, b/w, 14 1/2 x 8
1/2
79. C.F. Plewman, 1933, b/w, 9x15

80. C.F. Plewman and sailboat, b/w,
20x25
81. C.F. Plewman and athletic
gentleman, b/w, 20x25
82. Staff photo, 1933, b/2, 14x9

83. Kilcoo Camp, 1934, b/w, 14x9

84. Kilcoo, 1934, canoes, colour, 20 x
12 1/2
85. Kilcoo Lodge, 1935, b/w, 10x5

86. Indian War Council at Kilcoo, 1938,
b/w, 25 1/2 x 20 1/2
87. Kilcoo, 1940, b/w, 21 1/2 x 16 1/2

88. C.F. Plewman, b/w, 19 x 23

Folder 8:

North-Way Lodge
89. Miss Case, b/w, 6 1/2 x 11 1/2
90. Helen Little (Mrs. James Grantham),
Mary Wright (Mrs. John J. Murphy, b/w, 8 x 12 1/2
91. Helen Little in her darkroom, b/w,
13 1/2 x 8

The Country
92. 13x8, b/w
93. 13x8, b/w
94. 8x11, b/w, Log Chute

95. 8x11, b/w
96. 8x11, b/w, Log Chute

97. 8x13, b/w
98. 8x10, b/w
99. 7x12, b/w
100. 13x8, b/w
101. 13x8, b/w
102. 10x8, b/w, could be Gem Lake
103. 11x6, b/w
104. 8 1/2 x 10 1/2, b/w
105. 11 x 7 1/2, b/w, might be down Madawaska River towards White Lake
106. 6 1/2 x 11, b/w
107. 8 1/2 x 10 1/2, b/w
108. 8 1/2 x 10 1/2, b/w
109. 8 1/2 x 10 1/2, b/w
110. 10 1/2 x 8 1/2, b/w
111. 11x7, b/w, across Cache Lake from Lookout Mountain

Activities
112. Martha Fenn, Evelyn Noble, b/w,
8x13
113. Henry Fenn, Willis Jones, anonymous
female, b/w, 13x8
114. Lunch on trip - Guides, Bruin and
Hutchinson, b/w, 10 1/2 x 8 1/2
115. Sketch class on playground - taught
by Miss Elwood, b/w, 10 1/2 x 9
116. Anonymous female, b/w, 8x13

117. Anonymous female, on the dock, b/w,
6x9
118. Washday, b/w, 7x11

119. Girl in front may be "Alling" -
behind her, Louise Metzger, b/w, 14x8
120. Anonymous females knitting, b/w,
11x6
121. Anonymous females diving, b/w, 7x11

122. Anonymous females in hammock, b/w,
11x6
123. Archery class on Playground, b/w,
13 x 8 1/2
124. Washing dishes in dining room -
Mrs. Swenson, Edna Fuller, anonymous, Miss Cannon, kitchen help, b/w, 13 1/2 x 8
125. Mrs. White, Mrs. Swenson, helper,
b/w, 8 1/2 x 7 1/2
126. Kitchen porch. Mrs. White, Henry
Fenn, helper, Willis Jones, Swenson child, Mr. Swenson, Mrs. Swenson, b/w, 14x9
127. Mrs. White, cook, b/w, 8x13

People
128. Marian Mann, Catharine Robinson,
"Tennie" Jarvis, b/w, 6 x 9 1/2
129. Younger Grant child, b/w, 6 x 9 1/2

130. Helen Little, b/w, 8 1/2 x 10 1/2

131. Anonymous group photo, x/w, 8 1/2 x
6
132. Anonymous female photo, b/w, 7x11

133. Anonymous female photo, b/w, 7x11

134. Anonymous female photo, b/w, 6 x 8
1/2
135. Anonymous female photo, b/w, 10 x 6
1/2
136. Anonymous female photo, b/w, 7x11

137. Elizabeth Beahan and two anonymous
females, b/w, 6 x 9 1/2
138. Mary (Jill) MacArthur and anonymous
female, b/w, 7x11
139. Anonymous female, b/w, 6x11

140. Lucille Wilson - she couldn't sink,
b/w, 7x12
141. Marian Mann, Anne Adams, b/w, 8 1/2
x 7 1/2
142. Anonymous females, b/w, 7x11

143. Anonymous females, b/w, 6 x 8 1/2

144. Anonymous females, b/w, 10 x 6 1/2

145. Marian Mann, Eleanor Connell (?),
b/w, 6 x 9 1/2
146. Anonymous female, b/w, 6 x 8 1/2

147. Anonymous female, b/w, 6 1/2 x 11

Collection of Mary Wright - Counsellor in Charge of Woodcraft
148. Mary Wright, b/w, 6x9

149. Wendy's House - Lucille Wilson,
Marian Mann, Mary Harper on roof, Miss Wright sitting, b/w, 8 1/2 x 14
150. Sunday morning on the Playground,
b/w, 13 1/2 x 8
151. The whole camp at Campfire Point
- from left - me in front, Martha Fenn, Frances Green, Katrina Quintur, Margaret Birchner - 2nd row left - Miss Lapatnikoff, Mrs. White, Dr. Patti, Helen Spaulding - 3rd left - Mrs. Swenson, anonymous, Marian Mann, some don't know, Carol Jarvis next to Hollis McCormack with long tie - front center - Mrs. Dodds, Honor Case, don't know the rest - standing 2nd from Hollis, Tenny Jarvis, Josephine Clark in dark sweater up around ears, Norman Clark in sweater, b/w, 14 x 8 1/2
152. Sir Grant in center. He was
physician to one of Queen Victoria's daughters for which he was knighted. His younger grandchild is to the right - the older one to the left, Mrs. Dodds with white collar is next left and Jean Pattison (Dr. Patti) at the end. Louise Metzger on ground. Miss Elwood is next to his child on right. Then Miss Cane, then Tenny Jarvis, then a Layman Girl and then Norma Wood who was swimming instructor that year. Can't place the others. b/w, 14x8
153. The Point, b/w, 13x8

154. Setting-up exercises on the Dock
before swimming, b/w, oval, 6 1/2 x 9 1/2
155. Swimming time on the Dock, b/w, 8 x
13 1/2
156. "Tag End" the year Miss Little and
Miss Wright had it alone, b/w, 14x8
157. The Dining Tent, b/w, 11x8

158. The Dining Tent at Dinner time,
b/w, 14x8
159. Inside the Dining Tent, b/w, 10 1/2
x 8
160. "Those dishes thousands strong" -
from left, the cook, Misses Cannon, Caroline Spaulding and Dowd, the cook's helper, b/w, 10 1/2 x 8
161. Building the log cabin on
Playground. Miss Wright at right. Josephine Clark is girl nearest her. b/w, 11 x 6 1/2
162. "This is the way we wash our
clothes" Mrs. Dodds '12, b/w, 6x8
163. Another of building Wendy's House.
All Junior Foresters, b/w, 7 1/2 x 5 1/2
164. Building "Wendy's House". On roof -
right - Katrina Quintus, Marian Mann, Francis Green, last one unknown, Miss Wright on ladder, b/w, 14x8
165. More of log cabin. All girls are
Junior Foresters. One on stump is weaving a cedar root basket. b/w, 8 1/2 x 5
166. The Fiske girls, b/w, 4x6

167. Sketching on Playground, b/w, oval,
9 1/2 x 6
168. Miss Mary MacArthur and guide on a
2 day trip, b/w, 11x7
169. Two guides, Miss Wright and Miss
MacArthur on same trip, b/w, 11x7
170. Miss Greenebaum's tip, "Lost, one
bread knife". Mr. Bruin and Miss Greenebaum, b/w, 8 1/2 x 6
171. Mr. Bruin, Angelyn Brown and
"Patricia", b/w, 9x6
172. Guides portaging canoes, b/w, 11x6

173. Miss Ford's trip. First girl
unknown, Mary Harper, Margaret Block, Miss Ford, last girl unknown, b/w, 7 x 7 1/2
174. Katherine Beadle, Miss Wright and
Elizabeth Shedd, b/w, 12x8
175. Katherine Beadle, Elizabeth Shedd
and Miss Wright on picnic, b/w, 11 1/2 x 7
176. One of the Fiske girls in canoe,
1912, b/w, 6 1/2 x 11
177. Miss Lapatnikoff - She had the
"French table" at mealtime, b/w, 8x10
178. Miss Edna Fuller, 1912, b/w, 6x10

179. Counsellors Miss Florence Ford and
Miss Helen Dowd, b/w, 10 1/2 x 8
180. Deer seeing expedition Miss E.
Fuller and Miss Dickenson packing up after breakfast, b/w, 9x6
181. Miss Edna Fuller, b/w, 6 1/2 x 8
1/2
182. Mary Taylor's birthday tree. Miss
E. Fuller at far right, girl with tie is Gabriella Cameron, Counsellor in dark sweater is Miss Doris Fuller (swimming instructor), b/w, 10 x 6 1/2
183. Gem Lake, b/w 8 x 10 /2

184. Marian Gratz, Hollis McCormick and
"Bobby", b/w, 10 1/2 x 7 1/2
185. Nominigan Camp on Smoke Lake, b/w,
14 x 8 1/2
186. Misses Wright, Fuller and
Lapatinkoff sitting beside the railroad track, b/w, 10 1/2 x 6
187. In the Arc - off for supper Sunday
night on Sky Mount, b/w, 11 x 6 1/2
188. Margaret Block, "Bargy" and Mary
Harper, b/w, 8x8
189. The Log Chute, b/w, 8 1/2 x 11

190. Breakfast on White's Lake Miss E.
Fuller made pancakes, b/w, 10 1/2 x 6 1/2
191. Miss Edna Fuller, b/w, 5x7

192. Looking toward Echo with the bath
tent, which nobody used, b/w, 10 x 6 1/2
193. View from Lookout Mt. Treasure,
Blueberry, Patsy, Little Dad, Echo, b/w, 11 1/2 x 6 1/2
194. Blueberry Island, 1912, b/w, 10 1/2
x 5 1/2
195. Hollie McCormick, Ann Adams, and
"Bobby", b/w, 11x8
196. View from Birch Knoll, b/w, 10x6

197. Forest Fires, Blue photo, 5 1/2 x 5
1/2
198. Counsellor, Miss Helen Cannon, b/w,
8 x 10 1/2
199. The Main Tent. Miss Wright lying on
couch. Girl at right in chair is Lucille Wilson. Counsellor unknown, b/w, 10 x 6 1/2
200. Swimming at 11:00 a.m., 1912, b/w, 9 x 7 1/2
201. On the Playground, 1912, b/w, 10
1/2 x 6 1/2
202. Miss Ellie Dickenson leave the
Dock, 1912, b/w, 7 x 6 1/2
203. The Point, 1912, Margaret Brickner
in Canoe, b/w, 8 1/2 x 6
204. Miss Doris Fuller, swimming
counsellor, b/w, 7x10
205. Ann Adams and Miss Wright off on an
overnight trip to head Lake. It rained all night. Two other girls were along. b/w, 7 x 10 1/2
206. Willis Jones and Harry Fenn, b/w,
8x14
207. Martha Fenn, b/w, 8x14

208. Log cabin belonging to the Park
Rangers (except that wasn't their right name), b/w, 11x8
209. View under the railroad trestle,
b/w, 11x8
210. On Sky Mount - 2nd from left,
Margaret Block next Carol Jarvis, others unknown, b/w, 11 1/2 x 6 1/2
211. Out on a trip - Guide Bruin and
Lewis, (?), Ann Adams in foreground, b/w

Around Camp
212. Campfire Point, b/w, 8x7

213. Mrs. Dodd's tent (camp nurse), b/w,
7x6
214. The Point, b/w, 8 1/2 x 6 1/2

215. Dining tent, b/w, 11x7

216. Dining tent from dock, b/w, 9 1/2 x
8 1/2
217. 8x7, b/w, various photos of camp,
Tag End
218. 7 1/2 x 7, b/w
219. 11x7, b/w
220. 8 1/2 x 10 1/2, b/w
221. 8 x 13 1/2, b/w
222. 14x8, b/w, various photos of camp, Tag End
223. 9 1/2 x 7, b/w, scene from
Midsummer Night's Dream (see photos 253-261)
224. 9 1/2 x 7, b/w
225. 9 1/2 x 7, b/w
226. 14x8, b/w
227. 14x8, b/w, scene from Midsummer Night's Dream (see photos 253-261)
228. Two anonymous females, b/w, 10 1/2
x 8
229. Two anonymous females, b/w, 10 1/2
x 8
230. Anne Adams, Marian Mann, Katrina
Quintus, b/w, 13 x 8 1/2
231. Anonymous female, b/w, 6 x 8 1/2

232. Guide Hutchinson's successor became
a flyer in World War I, b/w, 11x8
233. Anne Adams, Helen Little, b/w, 8x13

234. Anonymous female, b/w, 6 x 8 1/2

235. Anne Adams, Marian Mann, b/w, 11 x
7 1/2
236. Anonymous group at dinner, b/w, 10
x 5 1/2
237. Anonymous male carrying canoe, b/w,
7x11
238. Anonymous male carrying canoe with
child, b/w, 11x8
239. Anonymous female, b/w, 8 1/2 x 10
1/2
240. On a camping trip, b/w, 13 x 8 1/2

241. Anonymous female, b/w, 8 x 10 1/2

242. Louise Metzger weaving Blue tree
emblem, Indian style, on outdoor loom set up near Playground, b/w, 8 x 13 1/2
243. Louise was the only one who tried
it. Miss Elwood or Miss Scott taught her. Miss Case used this runner on the back of her chair in the main tent, b/w, 8 x 13 1/2
244. Wendy's House - built by campers
under direction of Crafts Counsellor, Mary Wright (seated), b/w, 8 1/2 x 14
245. Hiking on the track. Left Lorna
Clerk, third Peggy Brickner (?), right Helen Little, b/w, 14 x 8 1/2
246. Two anonymous females, b/w, 6 x 8
1/2
247. Counsellor, Miss Elwood and two
anonymous girls, b/w, 8 1/2 x 7
248. Swimming counsellor, Norma Woods,
b/w, 8 1/2 x 7
249. On the dock. Lorna Clark and
Josephine Clark, b/w, 7 1/2 x 13 1/2
250. Anonymous girl, b/w, 7x11

251. Stephanie Jarvis - "Tennie" was
always fishing, b/w, 7x12
252. Cabin on Playground. All campers
Junior Foresters (Mary Wright on right), b/w, 7 1/2 x 5 1/2

253-261. Scenes from Midsummer Night's Dream. See also photos 225-227. Titania is Angela Brown. Titania and bottom, Mary Wright made papier mache head
253. 14x8, b/w
254. 11 x 8 1/2, b/w
255. 13 x 8 1/2, b/w
256. 9x14, b/w
257. 10x6, b/w
258. 11 x 8 1/2, b/w
259. 11 x 8 1/2, b/w
260. 11 x 8 1/2, b/w
261. 11 x 8 1/2, b/w
262. Anonymous female, camping outfit about 1920, b/w, 6 1/2 x 8 1/2

Folder 13. Copy photographs. For detailed list see collection entitled Ontario Camping Association. Photos 

Box 2

Folder 1:

Shadow Lake Photos
263. Eleanor Kay and four anonymous
females, b/w, 17 1/2 x 12 1/2
264. Shadow Lake Camp, Eaton Girls, b/w,
25x20
265. Anonymous females reading around
fire, b/w, 25x20
266. Anonymous females swimming, b/w,
25x20
267. Shadow Lake Camp, b/w, 25x20

268. Shadow Lake Camp, b/w, 25x20

269. Indian Camp fire, b/w, 25x20

270. Anonymous females in front of
cabin, b/w, 25x20
271. Shadow Lake, b/w, 20x25

272. Log cabin at Shadow Lake, b/w, 9 x
6 1/2
273. Anonymous females with camp van,
b/w, 9 x 6 1/2
274. Shadow Lake Recreation Hall, 1945,
b/w, 9 x 6 1/2
275. Shadow Lake, b/w, 11 1/2 x 7

276. Golf Course at Shadow Lake, b/w, 11
1/2 x 7
277. (no photo listed)

278. Shadow Lake, b/w, 9 1/2 x 7

279. Shadow Lake, b/w, 11 1/2 x 7

280. Sailing, b/w, 7x11

281. Sail boats, b/w, 11x7

282. Anonymous group in front of cabin,
b/w, 7x11
283. Riding, b/w, 11x7

284. Anonymous females in front of
monument, b/w, 7x11
285. Sailing, b/w, 10 x 6 1/2

286. Picnic, b/w, 14x9

287. Tennis, b/w, 12 1/2 x 10

288. Hiking, b/w, 12 1/2 x 10

289. Dining Hall, b/w, 12 1/2 x 10

290. Archery, b/w, 12 1/2 x 10

291. Anonymous females around camp sign,
1945, b/w, 11x7
292. Canoeing, b/w, 11x7

293. Shadow Lake post card, b/w, 9x14

294. View of Shadow Lake, b/w, 11 x 6
1/2
295. Anonymous females around piano,
b/w, 12x10
296. Anonymous females in front of
cabin, b/w, 11x11
297. Anonymous females in front of
cabin, b/w, 11x11
298. Anonymous females in front of
cabin, b/w, 11x11
299. Shadow Lake post card to Miss
Eleanor Keyes, June 1945, b/w, 14x9
300. Riding, b/w, 15x10

301. Sylvia Jones, M.O. Billing, Kit
Wallace, riding, b/w, 12 1/2 x 10
302. Archery, b/w, 12 1/2 x 10

303. Anonymous female with camp bell,
b/w, 12 1/2 x 10
304. Anonymous female with camp bell,
b/w, 12 1/2 x 10
305. Dining hall, b/w, 12 1/2 x 10

306. Dining hall, b/w, 12 1/2 x 10

307. Riding, b/w, 9x6

308. Riding, b/w, 11x7

309. Anonymous females in front of camp
sign, b/w, 11 1/2 x 7
310. Mrs. T. Eaton congratulating winner
at annual Labour Day Horse Show at Shadow Lake, b/w, 6 1/2 x 11
311. Group photo, b/w, 11 x 6 1/2

312. Shadow Lake, b/w, 12x7

313. Canoeing, 1946, b/w, 7x11

314. Archery, b/w, 12x10

315. Riding, b/w, 11 1/2 x 7

316. Swimming, b/w, 11 1/2 x 7

317. Anonymous females in cabin, b/w,
12x10
318. Golf, b/w, 14 x 8 1/2

319. Broom Tennis, July 1947, b/w, 14
1/2 x 9 1/2
320. Dining Hall, b/w, 12 1/2 x 10 1/2

321. Anonymous female, rowing, b/w, 12
1/2 x 10
322. Anonymous females at tennis, b/w,
12 1/2 x 10

Folder 2:

Sherwood Forest Camp (#'s 323-384 all `no negative') 1950
323. Sherwood Forest Lodge, b/w, 13x10,
no neg.
324. Their Summer Home, b/w, 13x10, no
neg.
325. A picnic, b/w, 13x10, no neg.

326. Just the Spot when Weather's Hot,
(swimming hole), b/w, 13x10, no neg.
327. The swimming lesson, b/w, 13x10, no
neg.
328. This camper knows how (diving),
b/w, 10x13, no neg.
329. Ready-Go! (diving), b/w, 13x10, no
neg.
330. Life Saving Practice, b/w, 13x10,
no neg.
331. Preparing for canoe trip, b/w,
10x13, no neg.
332. Dreams come true (camp), b/w,
13x10, no neg.
333. Housekeeping, b/w, 13x10, no neg.

334. Water Beetles (rowing), b/w, 13x10,
no neg.
335. Craft shop, b/w, 10x13, no neg.

336. Sherwood Foresters (archery), b/w,
10x13, no neg.
337. Waiting for a breeze (sailboat),
b/w, 13x10, no neg.
338. The Race is on (canoeing), b/w,
13x10, no neg.
339. Nearing the Journeys End
(canoeing), b/w, 13x10, no neg.

1957
340. C.H. Irwin - "The Chief", b/w, 10x13, no neg.
341. Sherwood Forest Lodge, b/w, 13x10,
no neg.
342. Their Summer Home, b/w, 13x10, no
neg.
343. Housekeeping, b/w, 13x10, no neg.

344. Glastic Shower House, b/w, 13x10,
no neg.
345. Just the Spot When Weather's Hot
(swimming hole), b/w, 13x10, no neg.
346. The swimming lesson, b/w, 13x10, no
neg.
347. Senior Beach, b/w, 13x10, no neg.

348. This camper knows how (diving),
b/w, 10x13, no neg.
349. Life Saving Practice, b/w, 13x10,
no neg.
350. Craft Shop, b/w, 10x13, no neg.

351. Sherwood Foresters (archery), b/w,
10x13, no neg.
352. Water Beetles (rowing), b/w, 13x10,
no neg.
353. The Race is On (canoeing), b/w,
13x10, no neg.
354. Marine Nature Study Boats, b/w,
10x13, no neg.
355. A picnic, b/w, 13x10, no neg.

356. Game of Stones - Playing Field,
b/w, 13x10, no neg.
357. Waiting for a breeze (sailing),
b/w, 13x10, no neg.
358. Preparing for canoe trip, b/w,
10x13, no neg.
359. Dreams come true (camp), b/w,
13x10, no neg.
360. Nearing the Journey's End
(canoeing), b/w, 13x10, no neg.

1958
361. C.H. Irwin - "The Chief", b/w,
10x13, no neg.
362. Sherwood Forest Lodge, b/w, 13x10,
no neg.
363. Their Summer Home, b/w, 13x10, no
neg.
364. Housekeeping, b/w, 13x10, no neg.

365. Glastic Shower House, b/w, 13x10,
no neg.
366. Sanitary Heated Showers, b/w,
10x13, no neg.
367. Just the Spot When Weather's Hot
(swimming), b/w, 13x10, no neg.
368. The Swimming Lesson, b/w, 13x10, no
neg.
369. Senior Beach, b/w, 13x10, no neg.

370. On the Dock, b/w, 13x10, no neg.

371. This camper knows how (diving),
b/w, 10x13, no neg.
372. Craft Shop, b/w, 10x13, no neg.

373. Sherwood Foresters (archery), b/w,
10x13, no neg.
374. Water Beetles (rowing), b/w, 13x10,
no neg.
375. The race is on (canoeing), b/w,
13x10, no neg.
376. Marine Nature Study Boats, b/w,
10x13, no neg.
377. A picnic, b/w, 13x10, no neg.

378. Recreation Centre, b/w, 13x10, no
neg.
379. Practising Skits, b/w, 13x10, no
neg.
380. Game of Stones - Playing Fields,
b/w, 13x10, no neg.
381. Waiting for a Breeze (sailing),
b/w, 13x10, no neg.
382. Preparing for Canoe Trip, b/w,
10x13, no neg.
383. Dreams come true (camp), b/w,
13x10, no neg.
384. Nearing the Journeys End
(canoeing), b/w, 13x10, no neg. (Note: There are 24 identical photos for 1959, which have not been numbered)

Folder 3:

Camp Tanamakoon - These snapshots came from an "old" counsellor's album. They show Tanamakoon during the years 1930- 1933. The "sail past" and "canoe trip meal" photos were taken during the '40's.
385. Tanamakoon counsellors, early
1930's, b/w, 9 1/2 x 6
386. Tanamakoon counsellors, early
1930's, b/w, 9 1/2 x 6
387. Tanamakoon counsellors, early
1930's, b/w, 23 1/2 x 18 1/2
388. Tanamakoon counsellors, early
1930's, b/w, 8 x 5 1/2
389. Mary Hamilton, b/w, 2 1/2 x 6

390. Sailing, b/w, 8 1/2 x 5

391. Sketching, b/w, 7 1/2 x 8

392. Group photo, b/w, 10 1/2 x 8 1/2

393. Anonymous female, b/w, 3 1/2 x 4
1/2
394. Archery, b/w, 6x10

395. Anonymous female, b/w, 12 x 10

396. Swimming, b/w, 10 1/2 x 8 1/2

397. Canoeing, b/w, 9 1/2 x 4 1/2

398. Anonymous female on dock, b/w, 4 x
9 1/2
399. Ornamental swimming, b/w, 11 1/2 x
6 1/2
400. Canoeing, b/w, 7 x 4 1/2

401. Canoe racing, b/w, 11 1/2 x 6

402. Wash day, b/w, 10 1/2 x 6

403. Group photo, b/w, 10 1/2 x 6

404. Old woman in the Shoe, b/w, 10 1/2
x 6
405. Cleopatra, b/w, 11 x 6 1/2

406. Two anonymous females on dock, b/w,
6 x 9 1/2
407. Two anonymous persons, b/w, 6 x 8
1/2
408. Group photo by beach, b/w, 12 x 9
1/2
409. Log hut, b/w, 5 1/2 x 8

410. Bathing beauties, b/w, 10x6

411. Anonymous group around fireplace,
b/w, 7 1/2 x 5
412. Anonymous females in sailboat, b/w,
6x4
413. Sailing, b/w, 10x6

414. Anonymous females climbing fire
observation tower, b/w, 4 1/2 x 6 1/2
415. Sail past, 1940's, b/w, 11 1/2 x 8

416. Anonymous male blowing horn, b/w, 5
1/2 x 6 1/2
417. Anonymous campers, b/w, 3 1/2 x 5

418. Riding, b/w, 11 x 7 1/2

419. Riding instructor, b/w, 4x5

420. Riding, b/w, 7 1/2 x 5 1/2

421. Hay ride, b/w, 8x5

422. Archery, b/w, 7 x 10 1/2

423. Anonymous females on stage, b/w, 9
1/2 x 12 1/2
424. Anonymous female, b/w, 9 1/2 x 12
1/2
425. Anonymous gypsies, b/w, 9 1/2 x 12
1/2
426. Canoe trip, 1940's, b/w, 4x6

427. Outdoor cooking, b/w, 11 1/2 x 9

428. Group photo of trippers, b/w, 11
1/2 x 7 1/2
429. Anonymous instructors, b/w, 4x6

430. Group craft photo, b/w, 10 1/2 x 6

Folder 5:

431. Photo of water activity at Camp Tinawatawa, b/w, 25 x 20 1/2, no neg.
432. Temagami Ned, 1909, b/w, 9 x 14
1/2, no neg.

Folder 7:

433. Abundance of Beautiful Trees at Camp Tonakela, Madras, India. Half the value of the camp to girls and boys from treeless areas of Madras City lies in its fifteen acres of lovely green trees. Except for some tall palms on the fringes it was a barren waste in 1946. Every tree shown here was planted since then by the staff and committee members. b/w, 21 1/2 x 16, no neg.

Box 6

Folder 17:

Centenary Journey
434. Good camping means experience and
skill in building fireplaces and fires, as well as knowing how to cook and erect pot holders. At Centenary Journey participants must be well versed in camping skills prior to taking a Trip. b/w, 25 1/2 x 20, no neg.
435. Mountains, as well as rivers and
lakes must be crossed on the Voyageurs Highway. b/w, 25 1/2 x 20, no neg.
436. "Getting there is half the fun" -
and half the fun is portaging past white water, dangerous rapids, dams and other man-made obstacles. b/w, 25 1/2 x 20, no neg.
437. A highlight of any trip is the
meals... especially when a group experiments with Bannock (Balsam Portage, Saskatchewan). b/w, 25 1/2 x 20, no neg.
438. Good trippers must also be
experienced in the art of map reading and compass work. b/w, 25 1/2 x 20, no neg.
439. A good tripper takes time out to
relax, explore, and fish (Sturgeon Weir River, Saskatchewan - a group from the Regina YMCA). b/w, 25 1/2 x 20, no neg.
440. A stark reminder of a man-made
Lake. Once a small stream winding through beautiful countryside the naked trees are epitaphs to the advances of the lumbering and hydro industries. b/w, 25 1/2 x 20, no neg.
441. Sleeping under the stars will be a
wonderful part of Centenary Journey. But good campers must always be prepared for rain. Tents must be properly pitched and trenched. b/w, 25 1/2 x 20, no neg.
442. Grand Portage - a key centre in the
early commerce of Canada. b/w, 25 1/2 x 20, no neg.
443. On Mirond Lake, Saskatchewan, a
group of Centenary Journey participants from the Regina YMCA Camp take time to pose for a photograph which will go in many scrapbooks - a pleasant reminder of the part they played in the Camping Associations' Centennial Project. b/w, 25 1/2 x 20, no neg.
444. To participate campers must also
know how to handle a canoe in White Water. b/w, 25 1/2 x 20, no neg.
445. Other campers look on enviously as
a group sets off on their trip (Mahood Lake, British Columbia). b/w, 25 1/2 x 20, no neg.
446. Exploration and research will be an
important part of the responsibilities of Centenary Journey participants. On side trips troops will enjoy discovering old Indian cabins, and taking the time to meet local inhabitants who can spend hours around a campfire relating legends of the past. b/w, 25 1/2 x 20, no neg.
447. And so the day begins! - Or is it
the end of a portage? In any event from land to water brings on new thrills and anticipation of what lies beyond. b/w, 25 1/2 x 20, no neg.
448. Indian villages and reservations
still lie along the Voyageurs Highway. Canoeists welcome the opportunity to find such a village and visit with its inhabitants. b/w, 25 1/2 x 20, no neg.

Box 8

Folder 1:

449. Canadian Camping Convention - Toronto, Feb. 29 - March 1, 1952, b/w, 26x20, 3 copies and 2 negatives

Box of 35mm slides not numbered

Folder 2:

450. Mary S. Edgar before 1922, b/w, 6 1/2 x 9
451. Mary S. Edgar before camping - as a
young girl with school chum, b/w, 3 1/2 x 6
452. Mary S. Edgar in early 20's, b/w, 8
1/2 x 14
453. Mary S. Edgar with a friend in
early 20's, Glen Bernard Camp, b/w, 7 1/2 x 12
454. Lake Bernard, b/w, 13 1/2 x 19

455. Glen Bernard Camp - Main Lodge with
flag raising (approx. 1925), b/w, 15 x 9 1/2
456. Mary S. Edgar giving one of her
Sunday morning chapel talks - early 1930's, b/w, 8 1/2 x 8 1/2
457. Senior Camp - Indian Council Ring,
b/w, 7x12
458. Gypsy Day, 1955, b/w, 7 x 11 1/2

459. Basketball game on site of present
game field, early 1920's, b/w, 16 x 16 1/2
460. Main beach area, 1930's, b/w, 11
1/2 x 9
461. Mary S. Edgar, early 1940's, b/w, 9
x 14 1/2
462. Mary S. Edgar, during early 1940's
at Sunday Chapel, b/w, 14 1/2 x 9
463. Camp On Da-Da-Woks, 1915, b/w, 8
1/2 x 13 1/2
464. Camp On Da-Da-Woks, 1915, leaders,
b/w, 13 1/2 x 8 1/2
465. Camp On Da-Da-Woks, 1915, canoe
trip camp, b/w, 14 x 8 1/2
466. United Church Camp, Normandale,
Ontario, 1928, b/w, 14x9
467. Training Camp for boy workers,
Beausoleil Island, Georgian Bay, 1925, b/w, 14 x 8 1/2
468. Camp Stephens, Lake of the Woods,
1917, camp boat, b/w, 8x14
469. C.F. Plewman catching for camp
baseball team, Golden Lake, b/w, 7 1/2 x 12
470. C.F. Plewman, YMCA Camp, Lake
Couchiching, 1904, b/w, 8 1/2 x 6 1/2
471. Jack Miner telling one of his wild
goose stories. Manitoba boys took Board Training Camp, Minaki, Ontario, 1921, b/w, 16 1/2 x 10

Folder 3:

472. Ernie Schmidt, Executive Director, ACA; Doug McEven, President, CCA; John Latimer, President, OCA, 1967. b/w, 13x9, no neg.
473. Group photo including Earl of
Willingdon, b/w, 13 1/2 x 8 1/2
474. Camp Temagami, 1904, b/w, 4 x 6 1/2

475. A.L. Cochrane and camper, 1904,
b/w, 9 x 8 1/2
476. G. Cochrane, 1905, b/w, 8 1/2 x 8

477. Camp Temagami banner, 1905, b/w, 8
1/2 x 8
478. Post card, Cochrane Camp, Lake
Temagami, Ontario, 1906, b/w, 13 1/2 x 8 1/2
479. Lord and Lady Bessborough, Camp
Temagami, b/w, 9 1/2 x 14 1/2
480. Big Chief Paul, real Indian Chief,
1908, b/w, 9 1/2 x 9
481. Lord and Lady Bessborough, b/w, 7 x
11 1/2
482. [Gib] Cochrane and Temagami Ned in
canoe, 1910, b/w, 9x9
483. Governor General and others, about
1922, b/w, 14x8
484. A.L. Cochrane and Sir Robert
Falconer, b/w, 8 1/2 x 14 1/2
485. Rt. Hon. Viscount Byng of Vimy,
Vice Regal party, Camp Temagami, b/w, 14 1/2 x 8 1/2
486. Temagami Ned, b/w, 14 1/2 x 8 1/2

487. Fun in the water, Temagami, b/w,
16x10
488. Junior boys, early morning
exercises, b/w, 9x16
489. Counsellors talk to his boys, 1948,
b/w, 16x9
490. Canoe trip, 1940's, b/w, 16x9

491. Getting ready for canoe trips (two
parties), 1940's, b/w, 16x9
492. Junior boys morning P.T., John
Turner at right back, John Leishman in front of Turner, b/w, 16x9
493. YMCA Camp, Norval, 1911, group
photo, b/w, 25 1/2 x 20 1/2
494. YMCA Camp, Norval, 1950, swimming,
b/w, 25x20