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American Legion Camp map, photos, satellite view and comments. American Legion Camp is a Locale in Sullivan County, NY with an elevation of 837 feet, or 255 meters above sea level.

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American Legion Camp 0.00 miles away
A Locale in Sullivan, New York
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Beaverman Lake 0.99 miles away
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Roosa Gap 1.27 miles away
A Locale in Sullivan, New York
Roosa Gap School (historical) 1.27 miles away
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Stony Brook 1.38 miles away
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Delaware and Hudson Canal 1.98 miles away
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Lake Jerry 2.01 miles away
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Burlingham School (historical) 2.06 miles away
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Anonymous user shared on Mar. 31, 2017

My parents were the caretakers I'm assuming 1948 too I'm not sure on a date I was young and wasn't old enough too stay in a cabin ..I do remember The heavy woman taking all the treats from the kids on arrival ..Lol and the sled rides with my older sister Mary .. I remember the accident with my cousin Janet and my dad that's about it ..

Anonymous user shared on Jan. 10, 2017

I was a camper there in 1976 and I was in the oldest boys' cabin. Cabin 8, way at the end of the big semi-circle of cabins. In the middle of the night, I watched a counseler who came into our cabin, drag a camper naked out into the woods, hands tied, pillow case over the boy's head. Nothing was ever done to make this public.

Anonymous user shared on Jul. 30, 2016

Some more favorite memories of my happy years at ALCC were the hikes to the crossroads of Roosa Gap and the little general store run by the two elderly sisters, which had been a stop on the underground railroad with a rich history, the hikes to Summitville, going to church Sunday mornings, we older ones starting off walking then being picked up by the converted ambulance on its second trip. I remember when we learned of the end of WWII at the campfire. How affected we all were (I still get tears from the memory). I remember the Greek refugee girl who joined us at camp. What untold horrors she had suffered. Although she was the same chronological age (12 at the time) as we were, she was years older.

Anonymous user shared on Jul. 29, 2016

I spent some of my happiest summers there, starting as a camper then progressing to junior counselor, then senior with my "summer" friends until senior year of high school. I still think fondly of the people, Miss (Florence) Ostenzi, the Allotta's, Angelina, Ethel and Dawn,the Parkers next door, along with many others.. I remember the night the quonset hut, under construction with just the ribs erected, came down; getting in trouble for singing after lights out; going up to Counselor's Hill; the annual talent show, our group always doing "A Butcher's Boy". ("In Jersey it where I was born, A Butcher's Boy I loved so well..."). I would love to see the pictures from that time. (I still have my swimming medal and the ALCC patch).

Anonymous user shared on Mar. 24, 2016

My name is George Alatzas and I was the swimming instructor and counselor for 2 years,1957 and 1958.Ms Ostenzi was the camp director at the time,what great and fund memories I have. I still talk about it to people every chance I get.I GOT THE POSITION FOR THESUMMERS INDICATED FOR THE PERIOD OF TWO MONTHS EACH YEAR. I was sponsored by a boardmember of the American LEGION POST OF THE WALDORF ASTORIA HOTEL.We had visitors one year from the hotel chapter in order to inspect the camp and I believe 2 of those visitors were General Doolitle and Gen.Condon,both very famous people.I am currently trying to trace the Board members of that Post,located in the Waldorf Astoria,NYC, any information would be greately appreciated.the person that sponsored me for the camp was James Filikos,Captain of waiters and at the time Post Commander. Thanks for the wonderful memories that will always be with me .

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The American Legion Department of New York
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American Legion Camp Topo Map in Sullivan County, New York
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American Legion Childrens Camp of New York County Inc ...
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Place Type
American Legion Camp is a Locale. Definition: Place at which there is or was human activity; it does not include populated places, mines, and dams (battlefield, crossroad, camp, farm, ghost town, landing, railroad siding, ranch, ruins, site, station, windmill).

Latitude and Longitude:
Latitude: 41.6142603
Longitude: -74.4107111

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