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24 boxes (24 cubic ft.)

Acquisition: Donations, Pinewoods Camp, Plymouth, MA (accession numbers: 2010.05; 2014.05)

Partially processed: Roland Goodbody, Mahala Ruddell, April 2014

About Pinewoods Camp

Pinewoods Camp at Long Pond in Plymouth, Massachusetts is the oldest continuously operating facility for traditional dance and music in the United States. It has been in existence since 1919 and attracts enthusiastic participants from throughout America and around the world. Initially founded by Helen Storrow, it was continued by the Conant family until being purchased through the donations of its own campers when it became Pinewoods Camp, Inc.

Helen Osborne Storrow was a Boston philanthropist and an active supporter of the Girl Scouts movement. In 1917 she founded the first National Girl-Scout Leadership Training School at the Winsor School in Boston. In 1919 she moved the school to her property on Long Pond. The Camphouse was built at this time, and the camp was named “Pine Tree Camp” after the Pine Tree Patrol system. The Girl Scout programs continued to be held there until 1935, at which time they were moved to a different property nearby and the name was changed from Pine Tree to Pinewoods Camp.

Mrs. Storrow was also involved in the growth and development of English country dancing in the U.S.A. and was president of the “American Branch of the English Folk Dance Society” from 1916 until her death in 1944. At Pine Tree Camp, she combined her two passions by inviting the staff of the American Branch to teach English Country Dance and the Morris to the Girl Scouts. Dancing has remained a constant part of the program.

In 1925 and 1926, the Boston Centre of the Branch, acting somewhat autonomously, persuaded Mrs. Storrow to let them hold its own summer school at Long Pond. It was at this time that the dance pavilion C# was built – named in tribute to the founding father of the English folklore revival, Cecil Sharp, who had recently died. It wasn’t until 1933 though, when Mrs. Storrow offered the camp to the American Branch as a permanent home for their summer school, that the true nature of Pinewoods Camp took hold. Dance camp continued to be run by the American Branch until that organization was dissolved in 1937. At this time, a new national society was formed in its place with New York as its designated center, and its name eventually became the Country Dance and Song Society (CDSS). It subsequently directed the adult dance program each summer at Pinewoods Camp under the leadership of May Gadd, a teacher and organizer sent from England by Cecil Sharp. She was devoted to maintaining the high standards set forth by the English Folk dance Society (EFDS). Classes were assigned by skill level and attendance was required for each class. Also in 1933, the care of the property itself was turned over to Lily Conant, who had been Mrs. Storrow’s close friend ever since she arrived in America. Lily had been sent by Cecil Sharp in 1915 as a teacher of English Country Dance and Morris for the American Branch. When Helen Storrow died in 1944, she bequeathed the camp to Lily and her husband, Richard Conant.

The Conants ran the dance camp as a labor of love, often operating with a deficit and always with very little money available for capital improvements or maintenance. During this time CDSS expanded its programs to include a folk music week and a chamber music week. The camp was also made available to other non-dancing groups, and some of the houses were rented out to families for summer vacation use. The Pilgrim Fellowship held retreats and workshops there for teenagers, and for 30 years Richard Conant hosted a social-workers weekend called the Pinewoods Institute.

In the early 1950s, the Country Dance Society-Boston Centre started its own weekend session. The Royal Scottish Country Dance Society’s Boston Branch also started a weekend session in 1953 – the first Scottish dance weekend in North America – and the Folk Arts Center of New England scheduled its first session at Pinewoods in 1977.

On the death of Richard Conant, Sr. in 1975, the property went to his son, Rick. Not wanting the continuous struggle of maintaining the camp, Richard Conant, Jr. encouraged the creation of a non-profit organization to which the camp could be sold. Pinewoods Camp Inc. (PCI) was subsequently formed, and proceeded to raise the necessary funds for the purchase of the camp property. A major campaign was conducted to raise the funds from the campers themselves. For over a year, auctions, dances, raffles and bake sales were held, and personal donations solicited. The enthusiasm was contagious, $180,000 was raised – $100,000 for the camp and $80,000 for maintenance – and in 1976 the transfer was completed.

PCI’s Board of Directors was constructed to represent the three then-current user groups (program providers) with the majority from CDSS, as it was the largest user of the camp. Also included was a Conant family member, a Six-Ponds-area neighbor, and four At-Large directors. (A representative of The Folk Arts Center was added in the 1990s.) The first camp manager hired by PCI was Gerda Conant, wife of Richard, Jr., and so a seamless transition was made. The first task, after the purchase, was to set about attending to the many years of deferred maintenance.

About the Pinewoods Camp, Inc. Papers

The collection, which has been minimally processed, consists primarily of the financial and business documents and correspondence of Pinewoods Camp, Inc. The arrangement described below reflects the current contents of the boxes as indicated by box lists provided by the donors and is not intended as a final organization.

Related Material: Gloria Berchielli (VC 1), photographs of Pinewoods Camp through the years

Folder Listing

BOX 1
f.1 Ed Wilfert’s notes, 1982-1997
f.2 Correspondence between Rick Conant and Ed Wilfert / Budget infor for early archival work
f.3 Correspondence between Jacqueline Schwab and Ed Wilfert / some duplication of order
f.4 Archival box contents list / Camper list tally sheet / Program directors for CDSS years, 1933-1998
f.5 Budget for archives, 1983-1984
f.6 Camper list tally, 1962-1997
f.7 Notes from an interview between Ed Wilfert and granddaughter of John Raymo9nd, 1997 / song from Scottish Week, 1997 / Ward Littleton’s remembrance of 1997 / Pinewoods logo as it evolved
f.8 Miscellaneous notes from Ed Wilfert during 1997 / List of flora and fauna sighted at Pinewoods, 1997
f.9 Correspondence from Ed Wilfert to various people / Schedule for 1995 Ralph Page Dance Legacy Weekend (at the University of New Hampshire)
f.10 Miscellaneous letters and notes by Ed Wilfert, 1997
f.11 Correspondence between Eileen and Ed Wilfert, 1994
f.12 Correspondence of Ed Wilfert with Hanny Budnick and Celia Wakefield, 1998
f.13 Boston Public Library archival use and notes
f.14 Environment of camp
f.15 Evidence of people at camp during the 1930s and 1940s / photograph of camp and other sites, 1950s
f.16 Photographers of Pinewoods in the early days / lists of photos by Gloria Berchielli, Stan Levy, and Suzanne Szasz Shorr / short bio about Suzanne Szasz Shorr after her death / Obits for Suzanne Szasz Shorr
f.17 Correspondence with Margory Shrigley
f.18 Correspondence with Shag Graetz
f.19 Information about Jack Langstaff
f.20 Correspondence with Keller
f.21 Correspondence with Bob Paul
f.22 Correspondence with Bob and Kathleen Hider
f.23 Correspondence with Russell Houghton
f.24 Correspondence with Genny and Jack Shimer
f.25 Correspondence with Simmonds and Blanshard families
f.26 Correspondence with Roberta W. Yerkes (Blanshard)
f.27 Winfred Darke Sayer “Windy” conversation / Correspondence with Evelyn Lamond / Correspondence with Mackay family / info re John Hodgkin / Info re Gene Gowing / Info re Phil Merrill / Atossa Herring French (mother of Atossa Kramer) / Info re Mary Buckie / Miscellaneous lists from summer school dances taught / brochure for camp, 1949 / brochure from 1952 / history of Country Dance Society of America, late 1940s / info re Mary Pulverson Judson / New Yorker article on Cecil Sharp, Nov 4, 1961 / Boston Herald article on request for dance stamp, Aug 24, 1947 / newspaper article about dancing with scenes from Pinewoods, late 1940s
f.28 Interviews with various people: Priscilla (Maurer) Raymond / Peter Burrage / Bernie and Barbara Kramer / Evelyn Wells remembrance of Louise Chapin / Remembrance of the Rosser family and the Shrigley family from The Country Dancer (CDSS publication) / Notes about people
f.29 No 29 in list
f.30 Buildings list until 1990 / copies of buildings being rebuilt i.e., C#, Mock Hobby Horse, John Raymond photos and negatives from roof work on C# / list of work done on housing up to 1979
f.31 Four Square Bathrooms (copy of photo) demolished in 1993 and replaced with new bath / showers in front of Fine Companion / Joe Brown house (Trumpet Vines) / #1 Newbiggen / garage
f.32 Boston Center’s information
f.33 Scottish connection
f.34 Early years of EFDS to 1932
f.35 May Gadd information
f.36 Obits and tributes for May Gadd / Louise Chapin / Ed’s notes
f.37 CDSS history
f.38 CDSS publication list for early issues / Ed Wilfert’s notes on publications
f.39 CDSS at Pinewoods
f.40 Other centers
f.41 New York Center information
f.42 Copies of information in camp house for Lily Conant, Richard Conant, May Gadd and Helen Storrow
f.43 Miscellaneous notes and information
BOX 2
f.1 Album cover labels and spines, etc.
f.2 Headings for new Pinewood Archive albums
f.3 Pinewoods Camp Archive title page formats for volumes
f.4 Pinewoods land history / lists of publications/copy of self guide tour map Gerda Conant made in 1979 / list of dance sessions at camp to 1965 / list of Pinewoods people / preliminary outline for archives 1982 / list of deeds to Pinewoods camp to 1970 / list of property ownership (early notation) / description of plot from 1904
f.5 Long Pond water levels, 1907-1998
f.6 6 Pond area burial grounds
f.7 John Raymond pictures (copies)
f.8 List of map evidence / maps of Plymouth area 1830-1982 / maps of the camp itself 1940s-2005
f.9 Local land and buildings tax records
f.10 Descriptions of plots around Long Pond and Round Pond
f.11 Deeds to Pinewoods camp lands
f.12 Deeds to Round pond, neighborhood and Long Pond
f.13 Early English dancing in NH / interviews with Bob McNair / Information about George Baker / copies of photos of Theatre in the Woods in NH / Ed Wilfert correspondence during research fro anniversary of CDSS (1989)
f.14 Eliot, ME dance camp and other activities
f.15 Early dance camps / 1914 Lanier Camp Eliot, ME / 1915 EFDS at Eliot, ME / 1916-1917 EFDS at Eliot, ME
f.16 Helen Osbourne Storrow’s dance schools and Woman’s City Club
f.17 Photocopy of Cecil Sharp biography by A.H. Fox Strangway in collaboration with Maud Karpeles
f.18 Ted Viehman information
f.19 Emma Wright Gibbs information
f.20 A. Claud Wright information
f.21 EFDS and Mary Neal information
f.22 Florence Warren Brown information
f.23 Peabody family information
f.24 Obituatary for George P. Baker / Tribute to Anne Hyde Clarke Chate / Interview with Phil Merrill / Tribute to Richard Conant
f.25 English and American dancing in old periodicals
f.26 Cecil Sharp in America (extra pieces to notebook)
f.27 Cecil Sharp correspondence with Lily Roberts (Conant)
f.28 Correspondence with Maud Karpeles, Cecil Sharp, and Charles Rabold
f.29 Photocopy of Cecil Sharp in America
f.30 Smithsonian article about Cecil Sharp in Appalachia (2 good copies)
f.31 Smithsonian article about Cecil Sharp in Appalachia
f.32 Correspondence with Cecil Sharp and Maud Karpeles
f.33 Material for Leaves and Needles album
BOX 3
Books
Brigham, Albert Perry. Cape Cod and the Old Colony. New York: G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 1921.

Burchenal, Elizabeth. Folk-Dances and Singing Games: Twenty-six folk dances of Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Russia, Bohemia, Hungary, Italy, England, Scotland and Ireland. New York: G. Schirmer, Inc. 1909. (first edition)

Farnsworth, Charles H. and Cecil J. Sharp. Folk-Songs, Chanteys and Singing Games. New York: The H.W. Gray Company. n.d.

Johnstone, Grace H. Heel and Toe or a Do-Si-Do: A compilation of Recreation Mixers, Favorite Old Timers, Quadrilles and Folk Dances. Oakland, CA: Grace H. Johnstone. 1944.

Lillie, David W. and Douglas MacMillan. Pilgrim and Cape Code: An Independent Assessment of the Impact of the Pilgrim Nuclear Power Plant on the Environment and Safety of Cape Cod. Self published, 1988.

Lovett, Benjamin. “Good Morning”: Music, Call and Directions for Old-Time Dancing as Revived by Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ford. Dearborn, MI. 1943.

Sharp, Cecil and George Butterworth. The Country Dance Book Part III: Containing Thirty-five Country Dances from The English Dancing Master (1650-1670). London: Novello and Company, Ltd. 1912.

Steinway, Ruth Gardner. Plymouth’s Ninth Great Lot and the Six Ponds 1710-1967: A Chronicle. Kingston, MA: Pilgrim Publishers, 1985 [1976].

Tobbitt, Janet E. On Your Toes: A Compilation of Song-Dances. New York: Janet E. Tobbitt, 1941.
Ueda, Reed. West Wend House: 1906-1981. Boston, MA: West End House Inc. 1981.

BOX 3
Pamphlets/Periodicals
The Country Dance Society of America, 50th Anniversary, 1915-1965
Country Dance and Song, #20, March 1990

Country Dance and Song, #26, July 1996

Country Dance and Song, #5, 1973. Contains articles by May Gadd, Genevieve Shimer, and Marshall Barron
Country Dance and Song Society News
  July/Aug 1980 (2 copies), CDSS member list, 1980
  Sept/Oct 1981
  Dec/Jan 1981
  Apr/May 1983, Summer 1983
  Mar/Apr 1984, May/June 1984
  May/June 1985, Nov/Dec 1985, CDSS price list
  Jan/Feb 1986, Mar/Apr 1986, May/June 1986, July/Aug 1986, Phil Merrill tribute, Sept/Oct     1986, Nov/Dec 1986, letter to Ed Wilfert from Brad about move of CDSS
  Jan/Feb 1987, Mar/Apr 1987, CDSS group directory, May/June 1987, July/Aug 1987
  July/Aug 1989, Sept/Oct 1989, Nov/Dec 1989
  Jan/Feb 1990, Mar/Apr 1990
  May/June 1994, Sept/Oct 1994
  Jan/Feb 1996, Mar/Apr 1996, May/June 1996, July/Aug 1996, Sept/Oct 1996
  Jan/Feb 1997, July/Aug 1997, Sept/Oct 1997, Nov/Dec 1997
  Jan/Feb 1998, May/June 1998, July/Aug 1998, Sept/Oct 1998, Nov/Dec 1998
  Jan/Feb 1999, May/June 1999
Emergency Public Information Calendar: Historic Plymouth Area 1994, 1995, 1997
Folk Music Week Newsletter
Sing Out The Folk Song Magazine, Vol. 16, no.4, Sept 1966
Copper plate of C# commemorating the reconstruction of C# in 1984, naming CDSS as main contributors to the completion of the reconstruction
BOX 4
f.1 Notebook of Pinewoods Camp Archive printed material, 1933-1943
f.2 English Folk Dance Summer Schools in New England: 1915-1932 (antecedent to Pinewoods)
f.3 Copies of photos in various notebooks
f.4 Folk Society info, 1937
f.5 Robert H. Buckie – contact sheets in notebook
f.6 Extra photocopy of CDS newsletter #19 / extra pages for Pinewood 1939-1941
f.7 National Council minutes 1938-1941 / Annual Meeting minutes EFDS 1938 and CDS 1941
f.8 Pinewoods, 1939-1941, rough drafts superceded pp. and extras
f.9 Extra copies of photos considered for CDS #19 newsletter article (Pinewoods Camp, 1939-1941) / miscellaneous picture copies and Pinewoods brochure copies
f.10 Country Dance and Song #19, June 1989 – Pinewoods 1939, 1940, 1941
f.11 Copy of the submitted manuscript and annotated copy of CDS #19 newsletter
f.12 Early dancing years 1933-1942, superceded and rejected pages
f.13 Pinewoods Institute extras, 1940
f.14 First Boston Centre Weekend information duplicates
f.15 Pinewoods Photos (copies) 1930s and 1940s
f.16 Full copy of Dancing at Long Pond: The Early Years, 1933-1942
BOX 5
f.1 Conant Pinewoods Files
f.2 Conant Years III 1966-1975 (except 1972) / extras and rejects and indexed contents (2004)
f.3 Conant Years III extras, photos, rough drafts, etc.
f.4 Complete back up to Conant Years III
f.5 Conant Years II extras, including photo copies, Cornelius, Levy, Steinfeld
f.6 Complete back up to Conant Years II
f.7 Pinewoods 1949-1955, P. Cleaver’s slides (5-6 copies if not used) for Conant Years I
f.8 Laser copies of P. Cleaver’s slides for Conant Years I (masters)
f.9 Cornelius photos 1952-1955 (copies) and Ann Mason’s 1954 pictures for Conant Years I
f.10 World War II years Boston Centre, 1944-1955
f.11 Pinewoods articles from The Country Dancer, 1948-1955
f.12 Conant Years I pages (not collated)
f.13 Conant Years I, 1944-1955 intro and end pages
f.14 Conant Years I, 1944-1955 extras
f.15 Pinewoods 1948 group photo, 1947 work weekenders
f.16 Conant Years 1944-1945 titles, general pages for I, II, and III
f.17 Complete back up copy of Conant Years I, 1944-1955
BOX 6
f.1 Pinewoods flyers, etc. 1976-1979 / Boston CDS et. al.
f.2 CDSS and Pinewoods campers lists (mostly duplicates, 1970s)
f.3 Unsorted 1970s camper lists, flyers, etc.
f.4 Unsorted 1972 material / George Fogg diary / miscellaneous photocopies of photos / flyers for 1972 camps (3 sets)
f.5 Pinewoods 1972 copies and backup, “originals”
f.6 Pinewoods 1972, three copies of photos in album
f.7 Unsorted 1960s lists, flyers, etc.
f.8 1950s miscellaneous lists and flyers
f.9 Notebook with camper lists, 1946-1959
f.10 Notebook with camper lists, 1960-1969
f.11 “Lily Roberts in America” typed copy with plastic laminate
f.12 Conant Dance Collection / miscellaneous letters about repairing C# in 1945 / a driving permit for moving a car or truck during the war
f.13 Newspaper article on price of camps in 1968 / May Gadd obituary
f.14 Conant correspondence to Vernazzaro Bros (a sewage company), 1966
f.15 Ad and letters trying to find a cook in 1961
f.16 Bills for camp use by users 1936, 1974, 1975
f.17 Lily Roberts Conant’s account of EFDS camps in 1915
f.18 Conant collection of flyers and brochures from Pinewoods in the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s
f.19 Five check registers from 1967, 1969, 1970, 1971, and 1972
f.20 Country Dancer: Winter 1960-1961; Summer 1962; Winter 1962-1963; Summer 1963
BOX 7
f.1 Contributors, interests, honors to Helen Osborne Storrow
f.2 Helen Osborne Storrow album extra pages
f.3 Joseph Lee (the younger) and the Community Boating connection (one of Storrow’s philanthropies)
f.4 Mrs. Storrow’s birthday party on the Esplanade, Sept 21, 1997
f.5 Helen Osborne Storrow display for CDS Boston Centre extras
f.6 Claude WRight’s classes with Storrow, et.al. at Lincoln, Sept 1913
f.7 Miscellany about Helen Osborne Storrow
f.8 Helen Osborne Storrow and James J. Storrow photocopies extra from Wingorsheek, Summer School 1915, Frances Rocchi
f.9 Helen Osborne Storrow photo portrait
f.10 Photocopies of Helen Osborne Storrow’s residences
f.11 Photocopies of pictures fall event, 1915
f.12 Seneca Falls Women’s Rights Meeting
f.13 Helen Osborne Storrow family photos (copies)
f.14 Helen Osborne Storrow portraits for Pinewoods Camps
f.15 Helen Osborne Storrow portraits
f.16 English Dancing at the Storrow Farm in Lincoln, MA, Sept 1-5, 1913
f.17 Miscellaneous information about Helen Osborne Storrow (loose sheets)
f.18 Material from Helen Osborne Storrow album exhibit, etc.
f.19 Helen Osborne Storrow early life biography
f.20 Helen Osborne Storrow’s interests: Girl Scouts, English Dance, Storrowton, No. Bennet St., School and S.E.G., Paul Revere Pottery, Women’s City Club
f.21 Helen Osborne Storrow memoir, Leonard Ware pamphlet
f.22 Helen Osborne Storrow material (for memoir)
f.23 James Jackson Storrow information
f.24 Thomas Mott Osborne (Helen Osborne Storrow’s brother)
f.25 Helen Osborne Storrow and Saturday Evening Girls / Paul Revere Pottery
f.26 S.E.G. information
f.27 Saturday Evening Girls, Kate Larson’s Thesis
f.28 S.E.G. news and notes
f.29 Betty Conant Burchell material
f.30 Betty Conant Burchell and EWW correspondence
f.31 Dr. James Jackson information
f.32 Conant family information
f.33 Lily Conant information
f.34 Founders information (HOS, LRC, MAG, RKC)
f.35 Helen Osborne Storrow correpsondence with the Conants
f.36 Helen Osborne Storrow correspondence with Lily Conant, 1926-1944 (blue notebook)
BOX 8
f.1 CDSS camp flyers, 1981-1985
f.2 Miscellaneous information from 1980s
f.3 Sessions schedules, programs, etc., 1980s
f.4 Miscellaneous information from 1989 covering programs during summer sessions, including a Revels workshop
f.5 Miscellaneous information from 1988 covering programs during summer
f.6 Miscellaneous information from 1987 covering programs during summer
f.7 Miscellaneous information from 1986 covering programs during summer
f.8 Miscellaneous information from 1985 covering programs during summer
f.9 Miscellaneous information from 1984 covering programs during summer
f.10 Miscellaneous information from 1983 covering programs during summer
f.11 Miscellaneous information from 1982 covering programs during summer
f.12 Miscellaneous information from 1981 covering programs during summer
f.13 Miscellaneous information from 1980 covering programs during summer
f.14 Pinewoods pst 1980s
f.15 Highlands cabins (permits) / Fine Companions building info (1982)
f.16 Labor Day flyers
f.17 Miscellaneous information / obituaries for Ralph Page and Douglas Kennedy / Faunce church article for centennial
f.18 Miscellaneous information from 1980
f.19 Miscellaneous ground crew job descriptions from the 1980s
f.20 Camper Joe descriptions from 1980 / crew instructions for going to town 1985
BOX 9
f.1 Crew book copy from 1998-2004
f.2 Crew staff lists from 1958-2004
f.3 Tony Baker’s crew photos 2003
f.4 Crew photos and copies of photos, 1984, 1988, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1997, 1998
f.5 Crew photos 2003
f.6 Crew photos 2001 (copies)
f.7 Crew photos 2000 (and copies)
f.8 Crew photos 1999 (copies)
f.9 Crew photos 1998 (copies)
f.10 Crew photos 1998
f.11 Ed Wilfert’s notes for Pinewoods crew and Pinewoods properties, work weekend flyers for 2003, 1996 camp flyer
f.12 Behind the scenes copy #5, 2003
f.13 Behind the scenes copy #4, 2003
f.14 Behind the scenes incomplete copy #6, 2003
f.15 Ed Wilfert’s notes Behind the scenes 1997, Robin Rodgers Browne’s response to Ed’s request for information (copy), 1997
f.16 Financial summaries, 1947-1974; Expenses, 1961-1974; Wages, 1961-1974; Ledger entries (copies), 1947-1974
f.17 Copies of John Raymond with car and with Helen Osborne Storrow
f.18 Behind the scenes notes, miscellaneous work pages, flyer for Hobart retirement party
f.19 Behind the scenes notes; responses from Susannah and Robin to Ed’s request for information; Ed’s letters to the managers for information
f.20 Recollections of camp by Peter Leibert, Hank Chapin, extra pages for Behind the scenes
f.21 Copies fo Shag’s photos and letter; Hank Chapin letters, Duncan Smith letter
f.22 Behind the scenes info (?); Lamirand pictures – caretakers, 1988-1989
f.23 Work weekend photos (copies), 1990s
f.24 Copoies from F.C. Gerhard collection, 1983-1985
f.25 Copies from Ed Wilfert’s collection, 1979-1980
f.26 Copies of J.M. (Shag) Graetz, late 1960s-1970s
f.27 Copies of G.B. photos of Pinewoods buildings
f.28 Pinewoods crew book (extra copies)
f.29 Pinewoods Post info – logo for masthead
f.30 Pinewoods Post info – extra copies of some Posts
f.31 Leaves and Needles – 2 copies
f.32 Leaves and Needles – incomplete copy
f.33 Behind the scenes – clearing the entrance way (5 copies)
f.34 Crew photos – 2005, 2006 photocopies (5 copies)
BOX 10
f.1 Pinewoods Morris Men – extra archive material
f.2 Pinewoods Morris Men, copy 1
f.3 Pinewoods Morris Men, copy 2
f.4 Pinewoods Morris Men, copy 3
f.5 Pinewoods Morris Men, copy 5
f.6 Extra copies of two pages for PMM notebook
f.7 Miscellaneous infor for the PMM
f.8 Ed Wilfert’s notes for PMM notebook
f.9 Material not used for PMM notebook
f.10 Notebok copy of PMM
f.11 Early Music Week copies 3 and 4, and extra pages
f.12 Chamber Music Week – 3 copies
f.13 chamber Music Week Ken LaBarre photos (copies)
f.14 Ken LaBarre photos from Chamber Music Week, one Susan Szasz photo from Chamber Music Week
f.15 Folk Music in the Sixties – group photos from 1959, 1960, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1969; Frannk Woerner photos from 1964-1965(?)
f.16 Folk Music Week group photos and copies, 1959, 1960, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1966
f.17 Extra pages for FMM notebook; newspaper article about Folk Music Week at Pinewoods, Sept 9, 1959; 1959 Christian Science Monitor
f.18 Extra pages for FMM notebook; typed out lists of names for group photos in Folders 15 and 16
f.19 Folk Music Week notebook, copy 3
f.20 Folk Music Week notebook, copy 4
f.21 copies of Susan Szasz photos from 1970s
f.22 Copies of info for FMW; Folk Club flyers from the 1960s; Tom Kurskal photo 1965 or 1966; photo montage with Jack Langstaff, Frank Warner, Peter Pickow, Jackie and Birdie (Liverpool), Carter Bannerman, C. Gooding, Andy Woolf, Art Schrader, Happy Traum, Jean Ritchie
f.23 Folk Music Week notebook extra pages (incomplete)
f.24 FMW group photos extras and lists of people
f.25 Pinewoods Remembered, 1988, 1990, 1991 – 4 copies
f.26 Pinewoods Remembered, 1987-2002
f.27 Pinewoods Remembered, 1987-2002
f.28 Miscellaneous photocopies from FMW notebook
f.29 “Peter Pot and Always Always Land” – by Sharon Green, FMW, 2005
BOX 11
f.1 CDS Boston Centre material for Up a Double and Back; Boston PW weekends, etc.
f.2 Scottish Pinecones archive material and ESS archive material
f.3 Fund raising materials for PCI
f.4 Application to Massachusetts Historical Commission for Historic Registry status
BOX 12
f.1 Black binder of xerocopies of old photos from CDSS, 1910s-1960s
f.2 Material from Perdue Cleaver: xerocopies of his photos from the 1930s, correlations for purpose of dating, correspondence
f.3 Material from Bruce Simonds: Pinewoods 1936, 1939, 1940; xerocopies and contact sheets of photos (negatives on file with Anthony I. Baker)
f.4 Xerocopies of CDSS photos of the English Dance Summer Schools at Amherst, MA, 1927-1932
f.5 Photos (4) and one negative given by Rus Houghton, undated but between late 1930s and 1960s
f.6 Contact sheets and reproduced photos (by A.I. Baker) from CDSS photos of 1915 Summer School; Claud Wright at Lanier Camp in 1914; Emma Wright Gibbs at Lanier Camp with boys Morris and sword dancing, c.1914-1915
f.7 Old postcards of Pinewoods: 1933, 1939-1941; R.H. Buckie photos; CDSS photos (mid-century, some with attribution, some without) (Szasz, Berchielli, Soernsen)
f.8 Negatives of R.H. Buckie photos of Pinewoods Camp, 1939, 1940, 1941 – in Buckie’s envelopes
f.9 Original photos by R.H. Buckie (1940-1941) of Plymouth, Sandwich, etc. (neighborhoods outside Pinewoods Camp) (28 photos)
f.10 Original photos by Perdue Cleaver of Pinewoods, late 1930s, some dated [see the package of xerocopies of these with dating-correlations]
f.11 Reproduced photos (by Anthony I. Baker): Pine Tree Camp – Camphouse and Ampleforth, early 1920s; John Raymond, n.d.; contact sheet of square photos (12), late 1940s-early 1950s (some identified)
f.12 AIB copies of 1939-1941 photos made for the production of Country Dance and Song 19 [see originals by R.H. Buckie, M.P. Judson, E.C. Tillinghast]; original photos from 1939-1941, some others (up to 1956)
f.13 Ed Wilfert’s itemized inventory of photos collected by Nov 1984 (4pp); inventory of R.H. Buckie photos [EWW, May 15, 1984, 3pp]; EWW’s list of photos used in CDSS flyers (1936-1984, 2pp)
f.14 Material from Mary Pulverman Judson: negatives of 65 photos, 1939-1941; prints of the same plus enlargements (MJP’s); correspondence and interview notes (MPJ-EWW); later photos (1950s) and photos given to MPJ; M.G. Karsner, 1940; A.L. Neupauer, 1950; 1986 memorial service for MPJ program; copies of MPJ photos for her daughter Ellen who was not available when an attempt to give them to her was made
f.15 Material from Ellen Chafee Tillinghast: 10 negatives; numerous prints of Pinewoods, 1940; correspondence between ECT and MPJ; 1988 correspondence from ECT to EWW; xerocopies of ECT photos; some MPJ photos (Mary and Ellen were Pinewoods cabinmates in 1940); typescript by ECT: Pinewoods Memories (2pp)
f.16 Photos (2), 10 3/4 x 13 3/4″ of Pinewoods camphouse (reprints?), n.d., probably 1940s or 1950s
f.17 Gloria Berchielli’s photo collection (complete) of Pinewoods and CDSS events, 1952-1986; xerocopies [reference copy] [originals were procured for CDSS]
f.18 Miscellaneous post-WWII photos of Pinewoods Camp, including: G. Berchielli, 1956; Gerry Steinfeld, 1957-1958; Peter Leibert, 1958 and unlabeled/undated (1950s?); Sarah Mead, 1966 or 1967; Roger Farrell, 1970
f.19 Duplicates of CDSS photos, mostly 1950s and 1960s
f.20 Xerocopies of Steinfeld, Farrell photos and other unidentified CDSS photos, 1950s-1960s
f.21 Morris Procession at Camp Office, large color print, Aug 1966, Rober Farrell
f.22 Contact sheets of Stan Levy’s Pinewoods photos, 1963 and 1968, with index
f.23 Xerocopies of some of Stan Levy’s Pinewoods photos, 1963, 1968, 1970, 1972 [negatives of SL 1963 photos currently on loan from CDSS]
f.24 Contact sheets of Suzanne Szasz Shorr’s Pinewoods photos (incomplete) with an index correlating her photo batch numbers with years
f.25 Photos (3 large), by Ray Shorr and Suzanne Szasz Shorr, 1956, 1970, 1975
f.26 Digital copies of SSS’/Figaro Inc. camp photos (6), 1956, 1965, 1970, 1976, 1977, 1980 [Linda Swenson and Walter Schwarz have Suzanne's collection and hold copyright]
f.27 Color photos (37), with index from slides by Shag Graetz, of Pinewoods and of Pinewoods Morris Men, 1964-1996
f.28 Photos (B&W) of Family Week, 1976, 1977, by Judy Grunber
f.29 Contact sheets: Scandinavian dance by Pinecones, early 1980s; miscellaneous camp (1986?) with negatives; 1987 off-season projects and 6 prints (alll AIB’s work)
f.30 Prints from the mid-1980s, unsed in Pinewoods Post issues; xerocopies of the same; 1985 PWP photos (of 1983, 1984) (by Dick Chapell?)
f.31 Camphouse renovation 1986-1987; also Grenoside porch – prints and negatives by R. Chapell
f.32 Family Week, 1985: Abyss Bumbly performance, color prints by Platt Arnold
f.33 Photo album of off-season work, 1984-1987, including 1985 hurricane damage; prints by Andrew Riffin, Ed Wilfert, Paul McLean (Round Pond neighbor)
f.34 Prints for PWP 1989, by Anthony I. Baker
f.35 Color prints by Kari Heistad (39, including some duplicates) – probably the same as in her mounted collage, “Faces from Pinewoods, 1988,” (stored separately), apparetnly of a family session
BOX 13
Photos
f.1 1993-1994, work weekend and off-season work (6 prints) (AIB?)
f.2 Fall 1993-Winter 1993/1994, projects: kitchen, Cottey House porch, snow-scenes (15 color prints by Dick Chapell)
f.3 Fall 1993, outdoors, mess in John Raymond cabin, Cottey House porch (25 color prints and negatives by Dick Chapell or Conants?)
f.4 Spring 1994, off-season work, kitchen, grassy area, Square septic system, etc. (44 color prints and negatives by Dick Chapell or Conants?)
f.5 Spring 1994, new stove installation (9 color prints by Dick Chapell or Conants?)
f.6 Spring 1994, Square septic system (11 color prints by Dick Chapell or Conants?)
f.7 July 1994, negatives of PW kitchen, grass, poppy in front garden
f.8 1994, Fieldtown cocktail party (1 print)
f.9 1996, E&A week, mushrooms in camp (5 black and white prints by Paul Friedman)
f.10 Couple (crew?) and an RV (2 color prints, unidentified)
f.11 1998, Scottish Session II: Stairway up from C#, Conant’s garage, vernal pond by path from C# (7 color prints by Dont Cheetham)
f.12 Fall 1998? Group photo of Pinewoods Volunteer Recognition event (several copies)
f.13 Early 1999, camp office, etc. from hill path
f.14 Dock and raft – Long Pond, BBT #280 (marble machine), canoes on Long Pond, Dutchess Bread dough machine (4 color prints by Shana Murray, friend of Jeremy Morrison)
f.15 1999, American Dance Week: fun with Brendan at the new Manager’s Office (Eileen Callahan, Roberta Sutter) (4 color prints)
f.16 1999(?), photo contest photos (31 color prints, 9 by Carl Fuerst, 15 unlabeled, 8 by Carl Luer, 2000?)
f.17 2000, Campers Week, some labeled (20 unidentified prints)
f.18 2000 or 2001, camp dock and pond (1 color print by A.D. Cadwallader)
f.19 Winter 2000-2001, animal tracks (4 Polaroid color prints by Eileen Callahan?)
f.20 2001, English and American Week (6 color prints by Joan Shimer)
f.21 2003, Folk Music Week
f.22 Folder labeled “Postcard Photos 2001″: 3 of Pinewoods, 1 of Buffalo Gap, photocopies (Carl Fuerst’s photo contest photos), volunteer group; expedition notes
f.23 New Manager’s office (4 laser prints, Feb 2002)
f.24 5 pages of 35mm laser prints Work Weekend May 2000 (73 photos by John Reagan); laser prints of mushrooms (13 photos, Eileen Callahan?)
f.25 2 pages of black and white laser prints of Spring Work Weekend, May 2000 (9 prints by A.I. Baker)
f.26 Fox pictures (3 color prints, Eileen Callahan?), Pseudo-Brendan (color prints by Ditta Carley)
f.27 Crew photos, 1998, 2005, 2006, (2005 and 2006 by Ed Patterson)
f.28 Photos by Judi Rivkin (4 photos), 2 pond photos, 11 miscellaneous photos of camp, 12 pirate crew party photos, 4 photos and duplicates and 1 photo crew birthday, 6 miscellaneous photos, crew group photo, Leslie? and Nilos Nevertheless
Tape Cassettes
Tape 1 Interview with Mary Buckie (in camp, late 1930s, 1940s with her father, Robert H. Buckie), Hanny Budnick interviewer, Feb 1, 1996; note by Ed Wilfert
Tape 2 Interview with Ed Wilfert, at camp, Jly 1997, Leslie Lassiter, interviewer. History of the English dance movement in the USA and of Pinewoods Camp (2 cassettes)
Tape 3 Pinewoods English and American Dance Week, 1984, music recorded live by Linda Lamirand with musicians’ and callers’ permission for personal use
CD-ROMs
CD 1 Blue Hills Girl Scout Troop encampment, Summer 1919; 40 photographs and cover letter from Billie Chapman Elder (to Ruth Steinway, Dec 1976) received 2003 from Sam Chapin and put on CD by Anthony I. Baker [prints have been made from this copy and photocopies of them are entered in the Girl Scouts album of the archive - Aug 2003]
CD 2 Pinewoods Folk Music Week, 2003 (3 CDs by Suzanna Mrozak [also in Camphouse album]
CD 3 Old Pinewoods photos by Tony Baker (4 discs 1979-1980, 1980=1983, 1983-1984, 1984 and C# rehab)
Videos and Films
Tape 1 Pinewoods English Country Dance Project, The Demo
Tape 2 Country Dance and Song Society English Country Dance Video Documentation Project
Tape 3 Jacqueline Schwab interview, Aug 2, 1999, Pinewoods camp
Tape 4 Old films made at EFDS Summer Schools, 1927 and 1928, Amherst, MA and later at Pinewoods and on Conant’s Point [located elsewhere]
Tape 5 Dr. Laura Harris of Oinewoods Camp, 1936 [out for transcription to video]
Slides
f.29 Late 1940s-early 1950s by Perdue Cleaver [out for laser printing]
NOTE: Some reproduced photos from other sources, which Pinewoods only had temporary access to (and also photocopies) are filled with backup material for the appropriate Camphouse Archive albums, for example Girl Scout Years, Folk Music Week I, Prelude to Early Music Week, Conant Years.
BOX 14
f.1 Laminated Pinewoods Camp Rules and Regulations
f.2 Early Sewage system plot (incomplete); Wareham map, n.d.; 1958 map of Camp Dorothy at the south end of Long Pond (7 copies); enlarged version of 1958 map; 1950s map of Pinewoods Camp; plot map around Round Pond; large sheet phtoocopies of album photos from 1938-1939; photocopies of 1940 photos; Ed Wilfert notes for photos; large photocopies of album photos from 1939-1948
f.3 Faces from Pinewoods by Kari Heistad; Long Pond (very low); Mummers perform an old English play at Folk Dance Party; artcile Dec 18, 1940; partial staff and facilities info
f.4 Ken LaBarre photos of Pinewoods Chamber Music Week, 1965 (37-400% blowups of 8 contact sheets)
f.5 Old deed copies of land now part of Pinewoods camp or in its vicinity
f.6 Abott’s Bromley photocopies
f.7 Girl Scout brochures for 1919-1924; photocopies of three ponds (Long Pond, Halfway Pond, and Gallows Pond)
f.8 Sign for memorial to May Gadd; shoe pictures from a newspaper article
BOX 15
f.1 Early Pinewoods Post, 1975-1997; copy of camphouse notebook
f.2 Early Pinewoods Post, 1975-1976
f.3 Final copy of Pinewoods Post, Fall 1996
f.4 Miscellaneous photos; 10 photos by J. McColl, 24 Early Music Week, 1993; 12 photos by Carol Luer, 1994; 1 photo, 1999; 24 miscellaneous photos of camp, some in winter; 6 extra large photos of Round Pond during early winter (many used in Posts during Gretchen’s time as editor)
f.5 Copy for Pinewoods Post, Spring 1997
f.6 Pinewoods Post, copy for Fall 1997
f.7 Pinewoods Post copy for Spring 1998
f.8 Pinewoods Post copy for Fall 1998
f.9 Pinewoods Post copy of for 1999 issue
f.10 Fax copy of Pinewoods Post 2000
f.11 Miscellaneous papers for Pinewoods Post
f.12 Pinewoods Post crew mailing list, 1996
f.13 Pinewoods Board mailing list, n.d.; Pinewoods Camp user spaces 1999; history of building, 1997; basis for new and renovating old structures at Pinewoods Camp
f.14 Reference copies of Pinewoods Post, 1975-2007 (for most years there are 3 copies each)
f.15 Finance statements for Pinewoods Post, 1998-1999, extra single copies of Posts for 1997-2000
f.16 Original layout of blue-line proof for 1989 Pinewoods Post
BOX 16
f.1 1975 Pinewoods Postscript (6 copies)
f.2 1976 Pinewoods Postscript (6 copies)
f.3 1980 Pinewoods Post (10 copies)
f.4 1981 Pinewoods Post (10 copies)
f.5 1982 Pinewoods Post (10 copies)
f.6 1983 Pinewoods Post (10 copies)
f.7 1984 Pinewoods Post (10 copies)
f.8 1985 Pinewoods Post (10 copies)
f.9 1989 Pinewoods Post (10 copies)
f.10 1990 Pinewoods Post (6 copies)
f.11 1991 Pinewoods Post (1 copy)
f.12 1992 Pinewoods Post (1 copy)
f.13 Spring 1996 Pinewoods Post (10 copies)
f.14 Spring 1997 Pinewoods Post (10 copies)
f.15 Fall 1997 Pinewoods Post (7 copies)
f.16 Spring 1998 Pinewoods Post (10 copies)
f.17 Fall 1999 Pinewoods Post (10 copies)
f.18 Spring 2000 Pinewoods Post (10 copies)
f.19 Spring 2001 Pinewoods Post (7 copies)
f.20 Spring 2002 Pinewoods Post (10 copies)
f.21 Spring 2003 Pinewoods Post (10 copies)
f.22 Spring 2004 Pinewoods Post (10 copies)
f.23 Fall 2004 Pinewoods Post (4 copies)
f.24 Fall/Winter 2004-2005 Pinewoods Post (10 copies)
f.25 Summer 2005 Pinewoods Post (10 copies)
f.26 Summer 2006 Pinewoods Post (10 copies)
f.27 Spring 2007 Pinewoods Post (10 copies)
f.28 Early Pinewoods flyer (10 copies)
f.29 Backup copy of Pinewoods Posts for notebooks in camphouse
f.30 Backup copy of Pinewoods Posts from 1975-1985, 1089, 1992, 1993
f.31 Complete copy of Pinewoods Post Dance copy for UNH
BOX 17
f.1 CDSS camper lists, 1990s
f.2 CDSS camper lists 1992, 1994
f.3 Campers week Moonmin information, 1988-1995
f.4 User group information, 1990
f.5 Campers and Programs, 1990
f.6 Campers and Programs, 1991
f.7 Campers and Programs, 1992
f.8 CDSS camps information, 1992
f.9 Folk Arts Center Swing Weekend, 1992
f.10 CDSS camper lists, 1993
f.11 Camper lists, etc 1994
f.12 Camper information, 1995
f.13 Pinewoods Scottish Sessions, 1996
f.14 Camper information, 1996
f.15 Camper information, 1997
f.16 Camper information, 1997
f.17 Camper, flyers, information, 1997
f.18 Pinewoods flyers, 1998
f.19 CDSS camper information, 1998
f.20 Campers and Programs, 1998
f.21 Campers and Programs, 1998
f.22 Crew information, 1990s
f.23 Pinewoods flyers, 1999
f.24 Pinewoods sessions, 1999
f.25 Folk Arts Center, 1999
f.26 4th of July Weekend, 1999
f.27 Scottish Sessions, 1999
f.28 Early Music Week, 1999
f.29 Folk Music, 1999
f.30 American Week, 1999
f.31 English and American Week, 1999
f.32 Family Week, 1999
f.33 Campers Week, 1999
f.34 English Week, 1999
f.35 Labor Day Weekend, 1999
f.36 1990s miscellany
f.37 EWW (?)
f.38 Photos
BOX 18
f.1 Miscellaneous information on the Girl Scouts
f.2 First National Training School for Girl Scout Leaders, 1917-1927
f.3 Cedar Hill Memories, The Warren Family and Girl Scouts in Waltham, MA, by Patricia M. Ross and Diane M. White
f.4 The Girls Scout Years (1999 ed), new pp. copies, past-ups
f.5 Girl Scout Years 1919, Blue Hills Troop encampment photos (new in 2003), 1 copy and extras
f.6 Logs of the 4th Girl Scout Training encampment / logs of 5th Girl Scout Training encampment
f.7 The Girl Scout Years (superceded reject copies)
f.8 Pat Ross information about Cedar Hill
f.9 Girl Scouts participant lists, 1917-1925
f.10 First National Training School, 1919-1934: Sixteen maids in Adamless Eden on Cape (newspaper about Pinewoods), Boston Globe, July 9, 19196 / First National Training School for Girl Scout Officers flyer, 1919 / copy of song written at first training camp / brochure for second encampment for Girl Scout Patrol Leaders, 1922 / log of 4th encampment (2 copies) / list of Pine Tree pictures, 1924 / log of First National Training School for Girl Scout Leaders, 1917-1927 / log for third encampment / log of fifth encampment (2 copies) / report of 5th encampment / report of 7th encampment / report of 1st encampment (3 copies) / reminiscence of time at camp in 1923 by Miss Burley (?) / program for encampment, 1926 / photo of Pine Tree Camp / photocopies of Pine Tree Camp
f.11 Miscellaneous information about Girl Scouts, English dancing, Helen Storrow, etc.
f.12 Girl Scouts, The Trail Maker, articles and references to Helen Osborne Storrow, English Country dancing
f.13 Girl Scout display mounted 2000
f.14 Girl Scout Years, 1983, ed., photos – pages that have been re-done for the 1999 ed.
f.15 Girl Scouts at Pine tree Camp photos and publications
f.16 Girl Scout Years album, new pp. 2003 master copy for CD-ROM
f.17 Girl Scout camps, deeds and maps
f.18 First GSTS, 1920, Pine Tree Camp, N-series photocopies of photos
f.19 4 Winds and Storrow Camps on Long Pond
f.20 Material from Plymouth Bay Council Girl Scouts
f.21 Girl Scout Years photographs
f.22 Blue notebook, The Girl Scout Years, 1916-1935, 1st ed.
BOX 19
1989
f.1 General information for user groups
f.2 User group packet information
f.3 User group contracts
f.4 First weekend
f.5 Folk Arts Center of New England
f.6 July 4th weekend
f.7 English Scottish session
f.8 Royal Scottish Country Dance Society
f.9 Country Dance and Song Society, general information
f.10 Country Dance and Song Society, American Week
f.11 Country Dance and Song Society, Camper’s Week
f.12 Country Dance and Song Society, Early Music Week
f.13 Country Dance and Song Society, English Week
f.14 Country Dance and Song Society, English and American Week
f.15 Country Dance and Song Society, Family Week
f.16 Country Dance and Song Society, Folk Music Week
f.17 Labor Day Weekend
1990
f.18 User group general information
f.19 User group contracts
f.20 First weekend
f.21 Folk Arts Center of New England
f.22 July 4th weekend
f.23 English Scottish session
f.24 Royal Scottish Country Dance Society
f.25 Country Dance and Song Society, American Week
f.26 Country Dance and Song Society, Camper’s Week
f.27 Country Dance and Song Society, Early Music Week
f.28 Country Dance and Song Society, English Week
f.29 Country Dance and Song Society, English & American Week
f.30 Country Dance and Song Society, Family Week
f.31 Country Dance and Song Society, Folk Music Week
f.32 Labor Day Weekend
f.33 Folk Arts Center Swing Weekend
1991
f.34 New sessions
f.35 User group general information
f.36 User group packet information
f.37 First weekend
f.38 Folk Arts Center of New England
f.39 July 4th weekend
f.40 English Scottish session
f.41 Royal Scottish Country Dance Society
f.42 Country Dance and Song Society, American Week
f.43 Country Dance and Song Society, Camper’s Week
f.44 Country Dance and Song Society, Early Music Week
f.45 Country Dance and Song Society, English Week
f.46 Country Dance and Song Society, English & American Week
f.47 Country Dance and Song Society, Family Week
f.48 Country Dance and Song Society, Folk Music Week
f.49 Labor Day Weekend
f.50 Folk Arts Center Swing Weekend
1992
f.51 First weekend
f.52 Folk Arts Center Weekend
f.53 English Scottish session
f.54 Royal Scottish Country Dance Society
f.55 July 4th weekend
f.56 Country Dance and Song Society, general information
f.57 Country Dance and Song Society, American Week
f.58 Country Dance and Song Society, Early Music Week
f.59 Country Dance and Song Society, English Week
f.60 Country Dance and Song Society, Family Week
f.61 Country Dance and Song Society, Folk Music Week
f.62 Country Dance and Song Society, Folk Music Week
1994
f.62 First Weekend
f.63 Folk Arts Center Weekend
f.64 July 4th Weekend
f.65 English Scottish session
f.66 Royal Scottish Country Dance Society
f.67 Country Dance and Song Society, general information
f.68 Country Dance and Song Society, questionnaires
f.69 Country Dance and Song Society, American Week
f.70 Country Dance and Song Society, Camper’s Week
f.71 Country Dance and Song Society, Early Music Week
f.72 Country Dance and Song Society, English Dance Week
f.73 Country Dance and Song Society, English & American Week
f.74 Country Dance and Song Society, Family Week
f.75 Country Dance and Song Society, Folk Music Week
f.76 Labor Day Weekend
f.77 Swing Dance Weekend
1996
f.78 First Weekend
f.79 Folk Arts Center Weekend
f.80 July 4th Weekend
f.81 English Scottish session
f.82 Royal Scottish Country Dance Society
f.83 Country Dance and Song Society, general information
f.84 Country Dance and Song Society, American Week
f.85 Country Dance and Song Society, Camper’s Week
f.86 Country Dance and Song Society, Early Music Week
f.83 Country Dance and Song Society, English Week
f.84 Country Dance and Song Society, English & American Week
f.85 Country Dance and Song Society, Family Week
f.86 Country Dance and Song Society, Folk Music Week
f.87 Labor Day Weekend
f.88 Cajun Weekend
BOX 20
f.1 Audit and reports, 1976-1979
f.2 Capital budget, 1975-1978
f.3 Long-range planning & management reports, 1978-1979
f.4 Capital expenses, 1980
f.5 Capital changes, 1980-1981
f.6 Capital expenditures, 1980-1985
f.7 Capital expenses summaries, 1981
f.8 Capital expenses, 1981-1982
f.9 Capital expenses, 1982-1983
f.10 Capital expenses, 1983-1984
f.11 Capital expenses, 1985
f.12 Capital expenses, 1986
f.13 Capital projects expenses, 1985-1987
f.14 Capital expenses, 1987-1988
f.15 Capital expenses, 1989
f.16 Capital plans, 1980s
f.17 Camper income, 1988
f.18 Camper income, 1989
f.19 Cash receipts, 1980-1981
f.20 Cash receipts, 1989-1990
f.21 Donations, 1980s
f.22 Electricity expense charts, 1979-1985
f.23 Estimated expenses, 1984-1990
f.24 Expenses incurred due to lack of C#, 1984
f.25 Fees for user groups, 1982
f.26 Fees for user groups, 1983
f.27 Fees for user groups, 1986-1988
f.28 Financial statements, 1981-1984
f.29 Financial statements, 1985-1988
f.30 Flower committee, 1980s
f.31 Food expenses, 1980s
f.32 Income, 1983
f.33 Income, 1984/td>
f.34 Income, 1985
f.35 Income, 1986
f.36 Income, 1987
f.37 Income, 1988
f.38 Income, 1989
f.39 Ledger pages from 1980
f.40 Long range capital plan, 1989
f.41 Salary taxes, 1986, 1988
f.42 Services, 1985-1986
f.43 Spreadsheets from checkbook, 1988
f.44 User group deposits, 1984
f.45 Capital plan, 1988-1998
f.46 Meals budgets, 1980-1991
f.47 Pinewoods general accounts, 1982-1994
f.48 Pinewoods Camp endowment fund, 1993-1994
f.49 User group fees, 1980-1990
f.50 Annual report, 1994
f.51 Audit 1994; Budget report
f.52 Balance sheet, 1992
f.53 Budget, 1989-1992
f.54 Budget, 1993
f.55 Budget, 1994
f.56 Budget, 1995
f.57 Budget, 1996-2000
f.58 Budget profit/loss, 1990-1998; Massachusetts tax, 1990
f.59 Capital budget, 1993
f.60 Capital costs, 1995
f.61 Capital plan, 1992-2005
f.62 Cash receipts, 1992
f.63 Estimated capital expenses, 1990-1991
f.64 Financial, 1991
f.65 Financial, 1993-1994
f.66 Financial 1994
f.67 Income, 1989-1991
f.68 Income, 1992-1999
f.69 Ledger sheets, 1991
f.70 Meals and cost, 1993, 1996-1998
f.71 Petty cash, 1994
f.72 Safety equipment, 1991
f.73 Salaries, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1998
f.74 Store & camp ledger pages, 1992; store sales summary & receipts, 1994
f.75 Treasurer’s files, 1991-1992
f.76 Vendors, 1992
f.77 Yearly payroll, 1992
f.78 Yearly payroll, 1993
f.79 User group summaries, 1990s
f.80 User group summaries, 1993
BOX 21
f.1 Ledger, 1989
f.2 Salary taxes, 1989
f.3 Audit for 1978-1979
f.4 Audit for 1980-1981
f.5 Audit for 1983-1984
f.6 Cash receipts, 1987-1988
f.7 Audit for 1988
f.8 Audit for 1988
f.9 Income for 1987
f.10 Donor list, 1979-1992
f.11 Donor mailing, 1993
f.12 Donations dossier for board, 1987-1988
f.13 Donor lists, 1993
f.14 Fundraising lists, 1986-1987
f.15 Fundraising lists, 1993
f.16 Day book, 1989
f.17 Fundraising, Massachusetts Council on the Arts and Humanities guidelines for 1988-1990
f.18 Fundraising, 1979-1980
f.19 Fundraising, 1981-1990s
f.20 Fundraising bequest, 1985
f.21 Fundraising benefits, 1980s
f.22 Fundraising flyer C# restoration
f.23 Fundraising letters, 1990s
f.24 Pinewoods camp database of names, 1990
f.25 Old fundraising file cards early 1980s
BOX 22
f.1 Negatives for photos, 1991
f.2 Negatives for John Raymond house prior to 1991
f.3 Color slides from EFDS taken by Perdue Cleaver, 1949-1956
f.4 Pinewoods Camp fundraising templates for buttons, late 1970s
f.5 Michigan Trees, Charles Herbert Otis. Frontispiece has a poem by Agnes M. Scheier dedicated to Mrs. J.J. (Helen) Storrow
f.6 Cecil Sharp, A.H. Fox Strangeways in collaboration with Maud Karpeles
f.7 Photos found in a book in the Conant family library
f.8 Crew teeshirt, 2008
f.9 Raccoon hat Thom Yarnal wore during opening night announcements when he was office manager
f.10 Auction and merchandizing labels from early days of camp at Pinewoods
BOX 23
f.1 Accommodations – meeting places, housing, 1976-1987
f.2 Announcements
f.3 Beds, bed boards, mattresses, pillows, early 1980s
f.4 Board lists, user group lists, 1980s-1990s
f.5 Brochure from 1978/early 1980s; original photo plates
f.6 Building repairs list, late 1970s and 1980s
f.7 Building signs, 1980s
f.8 Camp maps, 1948, 1957, 1975, 1977, 1979, 1981-1982, 1984-1985, 1988
f.9 Map of outside world
f.10 Calendars planning cumulative
f.11 Calendar planning, 1988
f.12 Closing (outdated), 1970s, 1980s, 1990s
f.13 Comprehensive Employment and Training Act (CETA), 1978-1980
f.14 Conservation gas shortage, late 1970s/early 1980s
f.15 Correspondence, 1976-1977
f.16 Correspondence, 1978
f.17 Correspondence, 1979-1980
f.18 Correspondence, 1981-1985
f.19 Correspondence, 1990s
f.20 Crew list, 1984, 1992, 1995, 1996
f.21 Curtains, design and measurement (outdated)
f.22 Environment committees, 1970s-1980s
f.23 First Aid
f.24 Flyers and illustrations from 1970s-1980s, 1990s
f.25 Food suppliers
f.26 Housing cabin checklists
f.27 Job descriptions, 1990s
f.28 Job descriptions – kitchen, 1988-1990s
f.29 Long Pond, Round Pond, and Long Pond dock
f.30 Menus from the 1980s and 1990s
f.31 Neighbor lists, 1985-1988, 1992, 1994
f.32 Opening instructions, kitchen opening instructions, 1980-1985
f.33 Parking instructions, 1979-1987
f.34 Pests, mosquitoes, bees and ticks
f.35 Phone information
f.36 Schedule, Pinewoods, 1979-1995
f.37 Scheduling, crew, 1987
f.38 Six ponds newsletter
f.39 Transportation to camp and directions, 1983-1985
f.40 User group contacts, 1990s
f.41 Vendor lists, 1982-1988, 1992
f.42 Volunteer lists
f.43 Water test results, 1989, 1990, 1991
f.44 Waterfront information, 1984-1989
f.45 Work weekends and logo for work weekends, 1970-1985
f.46 Working at Pinewoods, 1998
BOX 24
f.1 Scottish Country Dance Society, Vol. 1, 1954-1983
f.2 Scottish Country Dance Society, Vol. 2, 1984
f.3 Pinewoods Camp User Group camper Lists, 1990s