Photograph depicts 21 girls sitting in and on car, with man wearing dress shirt and tie in background. It is titled “Y.W.C.A. Camp Girl 1930”. The camp was called Camp Clarissa Scott. The vehicle in the photograph has been identified as a 1929 Packard Model 633 8-cylinder Rumble Seat Roadster. A key drawing in the collection identifies some members of the group as Madeline Murray, Doris Carter, Meta Lewis, Philein Baily [?], Leroy Williams, Adrienne Marshall, Harriet Pelham, Julia Roger[s?], and Ann Rogers.
Y.W.C.A. Camp for Girls, 1930
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