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1960s Group 6
Tent 5, 1960

March 10, 2010 - Steve Cunningham writing - Thanks Dabba. According to the Camper Lists (Home Letters), "Geiger" (no initial) was listed in this Tent Group. But which one? A search for "Geiger" showed that Carl was mentioned in Home Letter #3, July 16, 1962. Only one Geiger appears on the Tent lists until 1962 when Carl and Lee appear. Therefore, Reed (appears in 1963) can be eliminated. In 1963 Carl became a U.L. and Lee was a camper making Carl the eldest. Therefore "Carl Geiger" is the camper Fourth from our left.

March 10, 2010 - David "Dabba" Dube writing - In the two tent 5 pictures from 1960 the blond boy that was un-named (either second from right, or left depending upon which picture is viewed) was one of the Geiger brothers from Syracuse -- Lee, or Reed.  There were quite a few of us from Syracuse actually.

September 28, 2009 - Mac Mellor writing - [According to the 1960 Tent List] Group 6 & 7= Tent 5, 1960.

July 18, 2009 – Richard Koppisch writing - Just stumbled on this web site. Awesome! In the “tent groups #1”, the very bottom color photo: the counselor is me, also the photo to the left.  My last summer there was 1961.

December 8, 2002 - Fred Gale writing -- Wearing the HBC T shirt is Bob Davis! On the right I'm pretty sure is Devie Boynton (Chiefie used to pronounce it "Bytin")

December 2, 2002 -- John Mercer writing -- Ricky is second from the left end; at the far left could be Dick Raymond (?). I cannot remember the councilor's name, but wasn't the blond boy next to him named "Joey" something? Th boy in the Hyde Bay t-shirt was at camp for many years. Of course, the person, on the far right, sneaking into the photo background is Rusty Pickett.

December 2, 2002 -- Josh Shoemaker writing -- Ricky Coupe is the only one I can name.

Left to right: Devie Boynton, Ricky Coope, Richard Koppisch, Carl Geiger, Bob Davis.
Sneaking a cameo on far right is Rusty Pickett.

1960s Group 6


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