Martin, Pete
May 1951
Saturday Evening Post;5/12/1951, Vol. 223 Issue 46, p38
The article features the Camp Karamac resort owned by Arthur Feindt and George Neumarker in Delaware. The camp has 158 bed for men and 342 for girls. The informality ambiance of the resort make campers relaxed during their stay. Some of the recreational activities offered at the camp are canoeing, table tennis and archery.


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