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by Kevin Baker
The tree with the "fence" around it was affectionately known as "The Oak". The fence had become a bench by the time I first arrived in 1965. My brothers and I attended Camp Leach in the 1960s while attending St. Christopher's Episcopal in Havelock. The Episcopal Diocese of East Carolina closed Camp Leach and Camp Oceanside in 1985 after completing the expansion of Trinity Retreat.
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Camp counselor talking with boys outside on benches at Camp Leach. Date from negative sleeve.
Daily Reflector (Greenville, N.C.)
July 09 , 1960
The Daily Reflector Image Collection
Social and Family Life
Camp counselors--North Carolina--Beaufort County
Camps--North Carolina--Beaufort County
Boys--North Carolina--Beaufort County
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United States--North Carolina--Beaufort County (N.C.)--Camp Leach (N.C.)
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