Full listing > Accession BC2004/37
|Topic||Shultz, L. W.: Camp Mack Postcards, |
|Keywords||Church of the Brethren, |
|Title||Camp Mack Postcard Collection|
|Location||Photograph Box 151|
|Citation||Camp Mack Postcard Collection, BC2004/37, Archives and Brethren Historical Collection, Funderburg Library, Manchester College, North Manchester, Indiana.|
|Access||Researchers are responsible for determining copyright status of archived materials where this is relevant to their intended use of the materials.|
|Scope and Content|
L.W. Shultz Camp Mack Postcard Collection
All postcards are standard size.
|1||Photograph taken in Camp Mack's chapel during Sunday School. Labeled on front: Sunday School at Camp Mack. Dils Photo||Unused card.|
|2||Photograph of outside of Becker Lodge with many people milling around. Labeled on front: Becker Lodge. Camp Mack. Dils Photo.||Sent from Milford, IN on 26 July 1935 to Merle Harman in Mt. Pleasant, MI by Glenn. Messages reads in part: "I am having a very good time & good experience. There are 180 campers enrolled."|
|3||Same as item 2.||Unused card.|
|4||Aerial view of Camp Alexander Mack. Labeled on front: Camp Alexander Mack. Wabee Lake, Indiana. From the air. Ernest Becknell, Warsaw, Indiana.||Unused card.|
|5||Outside view of Ulrich House. Labeled on front: Ulrich House. Camp Mack.||Unused card.|
|Date of Accession||Unknown|
|Bio History Note||L.W. Shultz was the director of Camp Alexander Mack in Milford, Indiana. He also worked at Manchester College.|
Date of Accession: Unknown.
Description prepared 18 April 2004 by Sara L. Smith.
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