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|Title||Minutes of the Annual Meeting of Cabin Owners, Camp Remington Association, August 8, 1965|
Episcopal Church. Diocese of South Dakota
United States--Black Hills
Camp sites, facilities, etc.
United States. Forest Service
Signs and signboards
Black Hills National Forest (Pennington, SD)
Camp Remington (Pennington, SD)
Trask, Howard S.
Nelson, Stanley N.
Camp Remington Prayer
|Item Description||Meeting report, taken by Secretary Florence Siegfriedt on August 8, 1965, of the annual Camp Remington Association meeting. After approving the prior meeting's minutes and the treasurer's report, members considered moving sacristy plans from the chapel to instead expand the 'Nunnery' sight. Members voted on new camp and cabin signage, re-election of officers and reprinting the "Camp Remington Prayer" to meet visitor demand. Stanley Nelson's treasury report is attached to the minutes.|
|Collection Description||This is a part of the larger Camp Remington Association collection, available at the Center for Western Studies. The Camp Remington Association is an organization that manages the Camp Remington location in the Black Hills for the Episcopal Diocese of South Dakota. The materials largely relate to Camp Remington between the years of 1950 and 1980. It includes photographs of several bishops who presided over the diocese during this time, as well as, correspondence between people who were associated with the camp. These materials were specifically gathered by members of the organization as preparatory research for the history of the camp they published: ''A Little Bit of Heaven: History and Memoirs, Camp Remington, 1922-2012.'' A copy of this title is available in the Krause Library at the Center for Western Studies.|
|Format - Digital||text/pdf|
|Collection||Camp Remington Association Collection|
|Contributing Institution||Center for Western Studies, Augustana University|
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