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AAHS Students At Cedar Lake Camp - Making Dinner On An Outdoor Fire, April 1953

AAHS Students At Cedar Lake Camp - Making Dinner On An Outdoor Fire, April 1953 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 24, 1953
Caption
You wrap your hamburger, potato, carrot and onion in aluminum foil and put it over the coals like this, Charles J. Barclay, camp director and Ann Arbor High School teacher, explains.

AAHS Students At Cedar Lake Camp - Madelyn Paddock Makes Dinner, April 1953

AAHS Students At Cedar Lake Camp - Madelyn Paddock Makes Dinner, April 1953 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 23, 1953
Caption
Madelyn Paddock, Ann Arbor High sophomore, is serving herself a supper cooked over an outdoor fire at Crooked Lake. Madelyn is one of a group of high school students who camped this week at the State Conservation Camp at Cedar Lake. Crooked Lake is about three miles from camp. The program includes conservation study and recreation. Madelyn has hamburger, potato, carrot, and onion. It was all wrapped up in aluminum foil and cooked over coals.

AAHS Students At Cedar Lake Camp Hike To A Nearby Cemetery With Teacher Charles Barclay, April 1953

AAHS Students At Cedar Lake Camp Hike To A Nearby Cemetery With Teacher Charles Barclay, April 1953 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 24, 1953
Caption
Barclay points out the tombstone inscriptions in an old Irish cemetery near camp. It was part of a historical hike.