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Henry Kaufman Scout Camp Neckerchief

by @ Thursday, August 2nd, 2012. Tags:
Filed under GNYC Council Camps, Henry Kaufmann Scout Camp

Henry Kaufman Scout Camp was located in Huntington, Long Island and operated from circa 1960 to 1975; when it was sold to Suffolk County. I had previously shared a neckerchief which pictured the Camp Sign with a pine tree. Here is another neckerchief of similar design, but the pine tree is replaced with a deciduous […]

2011 Family Camp Pocket Patch

by @ Thursday, September 1st, 2011. Tags:
Filed under Family Camp, Henry Kaufmann Scout Camp

Family Camp also issued a patch for the the 2011 season. It is undated and uses a design familiar to GNYC Camp Patch collectors. The design was used for Henry Kaufmann Scout Camp on at least 2 of its patches. [phpbay]Ten Mile River Scout Camps, 7[/phpbay]

Henry Kaufmann Bicentennial Patch

by @ Friday, June 12th, 2009. Tags: ,
Filed under Henry Kaufmann Scout Camp

I recently picked up an oddity from Henry Kaufmann Scout Camp.  Issued for the Bicentennial, it appears to be silk-screened on a light piece of canvas, perhaps to be ironed on to a neckerchief. I also have a similar item from Camp Pouch, although that one is a rectangle.  Does anyone have simialr items from […]

Henry Kaufmann Scout Camp 1976

by @ Sunday, August 3rd, 2008. Filed under GNYC Council Camps, Henry Kaufmann Scout Camp

As part of the Bicentennial Celebration, Kaufmann issued a patch celebrating both its 18 year in existence and the American Bicentennial in 1976 with this patch which featured the Liberty Bell.

Henry Kaufmann Scout Camp circa 1960 – 1975

by @ Saturday, June 16th, 2007. Filed under GNYC Council Camps, Henry Kaufmann Scout Camp

Henry Kaufmann Scout Camp was located in Huntington, Long Island and operated from circa 1960 to 1975; when it was sold to Suffolk County.  Suffolk County, converted the camp to the West Hills County Park, which is still in use today.  It is still available through the County for youth-group camping today. While it can […]

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