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Title: A Girl Scout camp
Author: Heil, Carla L
Abstract: The purpose of this camp is to revitalize an interest in Girl Scouting In the Caprock council through new and varying camping experiences, and to create a play and study environment where girls can continue to widen their learning processes through association with nature and one another. To accomplish this purpose, the primary concern was conceived to be an intrarelationship of campers and their activities. The camp plan was devised to keep campers and their paths free from auto traffic and service functions. The units within the camp are separated by a minimum of 200 feet to provide both visual and audible separation. While this separation is important, it is equally important to keep all activities as close to one another as possible to provide ease in accessibility.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2346/10264
Date: 1971-05

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