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Guide to the Lea Lerner Camp-Wo-Chi-Ca Graphics and Photographs
||Camp Wo-Chi-Ca (N.J.).
||Lea Lerner Camp Wo-Chi-Ca Graphics and Photographs
||circa 1940-1950, undated
||Lea Lerner was a music teacher at Camp Wo-Chi-Ca for several years after World War
II. Camp Wo-Chi-Ca (which stood for Workers Children's Camp) was a children's summer
camp in New Jersey. The camp, which was founded in 1934 and ran through the early
1950s, was mainly organized by the International Workers Order (I.W.O.) and was affiliated
with the Communist Party, USA. The collection contains a variety of graphic and photographic
materials, most of which relate to Camp Wo-Chi-Ca.
||0.25 linear feet in 1 oversize folder
|Language of Materials note:
||Materials are in English