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Camp Wauwepex 1958 Pocket Patch

by @ Tuesday, November 6th, 2018. Tags: ,
Filed under pre-1960 NYS Camps

Camp Wauwepex opened in 1921 in Miller Place, then moved to the present location. It has served campers from Nassau County ever since. Wauwepex served the Scouts of than Nassau County Council and still serves the Scouts of Theodore Roosevelt council under the name Schiff Scout Reservation. Here is an image of the patch issued […]

Camp Ti-Wa-Ya-Ee 1958 Pocket Patch

by @ Saturday, October 11th, 2014. Tags:
Filed under pre-1960 NYS Camps

Here’s another acquisition from the Western New York Traders Association TOR a few weeks ago from one of their local camps. According to Mike Hulsizer’s Camp Ti-Wa-Ya-Ee History, The camp became the property of the Erie County Council (ECC) in 1928. However, records suggest it likely operated as Camp Ti-Wa-Ya-Ee beginning in 1925. Camp Ti-Wa-Ya-Ee […]

Camp Kunatah 1958 Staff Neckerchief

by @ Friday, July 19th, 2013. Tags: ,
Filed under Camp Kunatah, TMR - Individual Camps

Similar to the Camp Ihpetonga which I previously posted about, Camp Chappegat, Camp Kotohke, Camp Kunatah and Davis Lake Camps were part of the Brooklyn Scout Camps at Ten Mile River Scout Camps. It was located on the Delaware River side of the camp and was considered part of the Delaware Section or Division. Camp […]

1958 Stratton Mountain Scout Reservation Pocket Patch

by @ Monday, February 4th, 2013. Tags: ,
Filed under pre-1960 NYS Camps, Uncategorized

Fort Orange Council which merged in 1963 to become Fort Orange-Uncle Sam Council. was the owner of Stratton Mountain Scout Reservation. This is a dated patch from 1958. It did not use the image of a donkey or burro which appeared on many of their patches. Does anyone have other images from pre-1960 Stratton Mountain […]

1958 Camp Wakpominee Pocket Patch

by @ Monday, March 5th, 2012. Tags: ,
Filed under pre-1960 NYS Camps

Another pre-1960 NYS Camp patch, this one is from Camp Wakpominee. The lodge which served this council also had the same name. Wakpominee was the camp of Mohican Council, it is still in use today as part Twin Rivers Council. The Indian Brave design was a constant on Camp Wakpominee patches fro many years.

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