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077 - Camper Working Outdoors on Pressing a Flower | Photograph | Wisconsin Historical Society

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077 - Camper Working Outdoors on Pressing a Flower

077 - Camper Working Outdoors on Pressing a Flower | Photograph | Wisconsin Historical Society
A young camper is seated at an outdoor wood table arranging a flower on a sheet of paper. On the table near her are spread out all the supplies she is using: a hand bound book on wildflowers, paper, scissors, glue, and paint brush. Her hair is pulled back with a hair band and she is wearing the camp uniform. Original caption notes: "Nature study permeates every corner of camp life, for in order to enjoy the outdoors and be comfortable in it, we must know and understand nature around us. Excellent wild flower collections are made by some of the campers."
DESCRIPTION
A young camper is seated at an outdoor wood table arranging a flower on a sheet of paper. On the table near her are spread out all the supplies she is using: a hand bound book on wildflowers, paper, scissors, glue, and paint brush. Her hair is pulled back with a hair band and she is wearing the camp uniform. Original caption notes: "Nature study permeates every corner of camp life, for in order to enjoy the outdoors and be comfortable in it, we must know and understand nature around us. Excellent wild flower collections are made by some of the campers."
RECORD DETAILS
Image ID:108664
Creation Date:
Creator Name:Joy Camps
City:Hazelhurst
County:Oneida
State:Wisconsin
Collection Name:Sue Hackett scrapbooks, photograph album, and papers relating to Joy Camps, Hazelhurst, Wisconsin, 1941-1943, 1949-1951
Genre:Photograph
Original Format Type:photographic print, b&w
Original Format Number:M2013-167
Original Dimensions:7.75 x 4.75 inches
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Page 77 of the Joy Camps official photo album, which described for parents the "IDEAL" summer camp experience that Joy Camps offered. The full contents of this official photo album, a selection of pages from the Sue Ann Hackett Blue Album, and a selection of pages from the Sue Ann Hackett Scrapbook are all included in the Joy Camps image gallery.
SUBJECTS
Buildings
Handicrafts
Flowers
Uniforms
Outdoor furniture
Books
Hairstyles
Outdoor photography
Youth
Camps
Outdoor recreation

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