Catalogs

Each year, Camp Kawanhee publishes a catalog to chronicle the previous season and advertise to new and old campers alike. These catalogs describe numerous camp activities as well as other aspects that set Kawanhee apart from other summer camps. Browsing the catalogs reveals how both Kawanhee and society have changed throughout the years.

The 1924-1940 catalog scans available below were completed by Ferd Schoedinger III. The rest of the catalog scans have been done by Tom Pears and previous curators. The virtual copies of catalogs that are still missing from the Kawanhee History Museum collection are 1929, 1931, and 1941. If you have any of the missing catalogs or missing pages, please send us an email.


A page in the 1924 catalog details the reasons that families should consider sending their sons to Camp Kawanhee.