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Former VA Boy Scout Camps

by @ Friday, October 11th, 2013. Filed under Camp Patch Collecting Resources

For those camp patch collectors whose interests are outside of Ten Mile river or even New York State there is an interesting addition to current and former Virginia Boy Scout Camps which can be found at the Virginia Order of the Arrow site. Glenn Chase has added a interesting feature: Clicking on the image will […]

The Camp Book II

by @ Wednesday, July 18th, 2012. Filed under Camp Patch Collecting Resources

For those of you have been waiting years for it, it is now available. Bob Sherman has announced the release of the second Edition of the Camp Book on Patch-L. Clicking on the image will bring you to an eBay BIN where the CD can be purchased. Dave Minnihan, Kevin Doyle and myself along with […]

Boy Scout Camps Along the Delaware River

by @ Monday, September 12th, 2011. Filed under Camp Patch Collecting Resources

Don Izard pointed this one out on Patch-L a few weeks ago. It really doesn’t speak to the entire Delaware River, but rather the Delaware Water Gap. But it should be of interest to Boy Scout Camp collectors. Clicking on the image, will bring you to the full article.

Otetiana Council Scouting Historical Society

by @ Friday, August 28th, 2009. Filed under Camp Patch Collecting Resources

Rob Cunningham sends along a link and some information about the Otetiana Council Scouting Historical Society. Otetiana Council is headquartered at Rochester, NY. A bit north of TMR, but likely to be of interest to NYS Camp Collectors and Historians. Otetiana Council Scouting Historical Society Otetiana Council has a long and distinguished history, which is […]

Camp Boyhaven Special Activity Patch Set

by @ Saturday, August 22nd, 2009. Filed under Camp Patch Collecting Resources

While not related to TMR,  John Papp sends along some information which may be of interest to NY Camp and CSP collectors.   Camp Boyhaven Special Activity Patch Set now available and has been  been selling locally since around January.  Click on the link for more information.

Ten Mile River Smoke Signals Issue #10

by @ Sunday, April 26th, 2009. Tags:
Filed under Camp Patch Collecting Resources

The latest issue of Smoke Signals #10, the Journal of the Ten Mile River Scout Museum is now available on-line. You can find my latest column, Collecting TMR: Neckerchief or Scarf there:

Camp Pasrons – Seattle Area

by @ Sunday, December 21st, 2008. Filed under Camp Patch Collecting Resources

While it is clear across the country from Ten Mile River Scout Camps,  Camp Parsons is from the Seattle, Washington Area. There is a great web site to check out with memorabilia from the 1920’s through today from this camp.  The site has a number of other links on Seattle Area Scouting which I haven’t […]

Ten Mile River Scout Camps Memorabilia Guide – 2nd Edition

by @ Tuesday, March 18th, 2008. Filed under Camp Patch Collecting Resources

The Ten Mile River Scout Camp Museum is in the process of updating the Guide to Memorabilia of the Ten Mile River Scout Camps, 1st ed.  A second edition is planned which will incorporate all of the memorabilia issued since 2001 as well as previously undiscovered and undocumented older issues.  We will also endeavor to correct […]

Collecting Resources – Camp Patch Images

by @ Tuesday, March 27th, 2007. Filed under Camp Patch Collecting Resources

Another web-based resource for those of you collecting GNYC or other Scout Camp patches is the Camp Images web site. This site is maintained by Doug Hunkele. He describes it this way… This site currently contains scans of over 10000 BSA Camp Patches (Summer/Winter/Neckerchief). Although under revision, all camps are being listed in alphabetical order, […]

Ten Mile River Scout Museum

by @ Monday, February 26th, 2007. Filed under Camp Patch Collecting Resources

For those of you who collect Ten Mile River Scout Camp memorabilia, have attended one of the many camps, worked on staff, have an interest in the history of the camp or the surrounding area, should visit the Ten Mile River Scout Museum either on-line . It is situated in the Headquarters Area of the […]

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