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Camp Iphetonga 1953 Staff Neckerchief

by @ 6:01 pm on August 9, 2012. Tags:
Filed under Camp Ihpetonga, TMR - Individual Camps

Camp Ihpetonga, was part of the Brooklyn Scout Camps at Ten Mile River Scout Caqmps. It was located on the Delaware side of the camp. It eventually closed after the 1966 Summer Camp Season. Here is a recent acquisition, which allowed me to remove one of my TMR Staff Neckerchief needs. Camp Iphetonga was also know as Iphetonga Village.

Camp Iphetonga 1953 Staff Neckerchief

My TMR Staff Neckerchief needs:
Aquehonga: 49, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 59,
Chappegat: 49, 50, 51, 53,
Davis Lake: 59
Headquarters: 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59,
Iphetonga: 55, 58,
Keowa: 59,
Kernochan: 54,
Kotokhe: 51,
Kunatah: 53,
Man: 52,
Nianque (Unit C): 55, 59,
Ranachqua: 49, 50, 55,
Rondack: 59,
Stillwaters (Unit E): 59,

Let me know if you have any for trade or sale.



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5 Responses to “Camp Iphetonga 1953 Staff Neckerchief”

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  2. […] my TMR Staff Neckerchief needs. Sometimes months go by without seeing one, but this is the second Iphetonga acquisition in the last 6 weeks. Camp Ihpetonga, was part of the Brooklyn Scout Camps at Ten Mile River Scout […]

  3. […] There is however a ‘ in front of the 53 which would imply that it is a date, a shortened version of 1953. It is mot the staff neckerchief for Camp Ihpetonga from 1953, because I have previously posted on that 1953 staff neckerchief. […]

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