Boy Scout Campground
Boy Scout Campground

Boy Scout Campground

Photograph

Description
Building dedication. Interior shot looking toward a large fieldstone fireplace with bunting and a portrait of Senator Smith's son, who served in World War I. There is a pot of white lilies on the mantel. Two wagon wheel chandeliers hang from the ceiling. Two empty wicker chairs and a wicker table with two men's hats and a small statue can be seen. A line of dignitaries stand in front of the fireplace, facing the camera, and in the foreground a large group of boys are sitting on the floor facing the fireplace. The dignitaries are identified on the back of the picture as follows, left to right: Mrs. Gleason, Col. James Sinke. Senator William Alden Smith, Mrs. Smith, Senator [Arthur] Vandenberg, Jack Brower, Frank Witwan, [Mr.] Blodgett, George A. Miller
Dates:
1928 (Created)
Subject Headings (TGM)
File Identifier:
43-1-2.52
Source:
Morris photograph collection (Coll. 043) - Grand Rapids History Center
Rights:
Copyright undetermined

Part of digital collection:
Morris photograph collection
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