Wo-He-Lo The Story of the Camp Fire Girls, 1910-1960

New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1961. 308p, cloth-bound boards, unclipped dj, first edition, dj slightly edgeworn and spine faded, history of Camp Fire Girls from the girl's camp movement of the early 20th century, wove Native American lore with the purpose of physical activity for girls.

Founders Luther Halsey Gulick and Charlotte Vetter Gulick were followers of John Dewey, E Stanley Hall and the study of the psychology of play, as well as equal rights for women. They founded Camp Fire Girls as a nonsectarian organization for girls.

Cat.No: 169740

Price: $20.00