The Collections and Archives of Camp Kawanhee for Boys
To be Frank(s)
This exhibit explores the lives and inspirations of Camp Kawanhee founders George and Raymond Frank.
Highlights from the Betty Frank Photo Collection
THis exhibit features photos likely taken by camp founder Raymond Frank. They were featured in camp catalogs throughout the 1920s and were donated to the Kawanhee History Museum by Betty Frank, Raymond Frank’s daughter.
The Secret Life of B.A. Altmaier
What do camp staff members do during the off-season? B.A. “The Man Who Loves Camp More Than Anyone Else” Altmaier uncloaks some of the mystery in this collection of snapshots from the early 1970s.
How do you describe a place like Kawanhee?
Chronicling Kawanhee’s nearly 100 year history is no small task. This exhibits attempts to capture the essence of camp by putting a number of descriptions in conversation.
Where are you from?
Campers at Kawanhee come from all over the country and all over the world. This exhibit explores the origins of the Puerto Rican and Spanish populations at camp, and highlights some of our most famous camp alumni.
Top Hits of the 80s
This exhibit is meant to paint a portrait of camp life in the early 1980s. If you know the names of any of the campers, the photographer, or the year these photos were taken, please let us know.