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Camp Pinemere. 1953. Pictured are Stanford ""Pat"" Hunn on the left and Robert Layman on the right with their 6-year-old campers. Stanford ""Pat"" Hunn went on to become an attorney in Philadelphia and Robert Layman a rabbi.

Camp Pinemere. 1953. Pictured are Stanford ""Pat"" Hunn on the left and Robert Layman on the right with their 6-year-old campers. Stanford ""Pat"" Hunn went on to become an attorney in Philadelphia and Robert Layman a rabbi.
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Camp Pinemere. 1953. The pictures witht the scalloped edges were taken at Camp Pinemere, Bartonsville, PA in 1953. The camp is still functioning. It was operated then by the Jewish Welfare Board and attracted campers primarily from the towns of Northeastern, PA and the Lehigh Valley. Pictured are Stanford ""Pat"" Hunn on the left and Robert Layman on the right with their 6-year-old campers. Stanford ""Pat"" Hunn went on to become an attorney in Philadelphia and Robert Layman a rabbi.
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Philadelphia PA: Temple University Libraries
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Temple University
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