Information for this exhibit has been drawn from the following secondary sources:
Leslie Paris, “The Adventures of Peanut and Bo: Summer Camps and Early –Twentieth-Century American Girlhood,” Journal of Women’s History, 12 no.4 (Winter 2001)
Zola, Gary P. and Michael M. Lorge, eds. A Place of Our Own: The Rise of Reform Jewish Camping. Tuscaloosa: The University of Alabama Press, 2006
Zola, Gary P. "Jewish Camping and Its Relationship to the Organized Camping Movement in America"
Sarna, Jonathan D. "The Curcial Decade in Jewish Camping"
Splansky, Donald M. "Creating a Prayer Ecperience in Reform Movement Camps and Beyond"
Sales, Amy L. and Leonard Saxe. "How Goodly are they Tents" Summer Camps as Jewish Socilizing Experiences. Lebanon, NH: Brandeis University Press, 2004.
For primary source research into Jewish Summer camps, consider the numerous camp collections housed in the Philadelphia Jewish Archives at Temple University and the National Jewish Welfare Board Records at AJHS.
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