Capt. Ed’s Boyland: Exciting Discovery!

One of  Capt. Ed’s Boys has contacted me and I’ll be getting lots of info on what it was like at The Camp at Felton Grove, circa 1950’s. It started with this email a few days ago:

Larry Rush wrote: My two brothers, George and Charlie Rush, along with our neighborhood friend, Jerry Regan are in the two 1956 photos of us wearing our C. E. B. T-shirts and in the craft room. We all loved the two weeks we stayed each summer. I was 7, my brother George and Jerry barely 9, and Charlie, 10.

On the occasions we get together, we will always talk about this. It was awesome.

Wow! How cool is that? But wait, there’s more:

Email from Larry Rush describing Captain Ed's Boyland circa 1950's.

Email from Larry Rush describing Captain Ed’s Boyland circa 1950’s.

Captain Ed's Boyland campers "official" photo, Courtesy of Larry Rush, one of Ed's "Boys". Photo by Fredda Carr 1956.

Captain Ed’s Boyland campers “official” photo, Courtesy of Larry Rush, one of Ed’s “Boys”. Photo by Fredda Carr 1956.

Back of Capt. Ed's official photo with signatures. 1956. Courtesy of Larry Rush.

Back of Capt. Ed’s official photo with signatures. 1956. Courtesy of Larry Rush.

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2 Responses to Capt. Ed’s Boyland: Exciting Discovery!

  1. Sandra OBrien says:

    This IS exciting! Great you’re keeping this’blog’ up and alive. Look forward to each and every entry…

  2. vickiwees says:

    Thanks Sandra! I’m so glad you’re enjoying the blog. It’s thrilling for me to uncover these wonderful little pieces of Felton Grove History.

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