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21Title:  [Group outside camp, Boys Parlors Camp, Wildwood, NJ]   
 Creator:  Morris, Marriott Canby, 1863-1948 
 Notes:  Photograph showing a group of men and boys from the Boys' Parlors Association gathered in a field in front of a group of tents at Wildwood, N.J. Some boys sit in the grass, another sits under a tree, and the older young men stand. A large building stands in the far distance. Founded in 1887, the Boys’ Parlors Association of Germantown served as a safe space for neighborhood children whose parents worked longer hours in an industrializing city. The name changed in 1907 to the Germantown Boys’ Club after joining ranks with the Boys and Girls Clubs of America. Marriott Canby Morris served as the president of the club in the first decade of the 1900s. Wildwood began developing as a coastal resort town in the 1890s, growing dramatically in popularity in the 1950s. The area was incorporated as a city in 1912. 
 Extent:  1 photograph: gelatin silver print; 3 x 4 in. 
 Subjects:  Germantown Boys' Club (Germantown, Philadelphia, Pa.) | Camps New Jersey Wildwood | Children | Fashion | Group portraits | Tents New Jersey Wildwood | Recreation New Jersey Wildwood | Gelatin silver prints | Philadelphia artists

 
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22Title:  [Four boys and a man with a dog] Boys Parlors Camp, Wildwood, NJ   
 Creator:  Morris, Marriott Canby, 1863-1948 
 Notes:  Film negative showing four boys and a man from the Boys' Parlors Club standing in front of a group of tents at Wildwood, N.J. The boy in the center hold an umbrella and two other boys carry a baseball bat and glove. A small, black dog rests between the center boy's legs. Founded in 1887, the Boys’ Parlors Association of Germantown served as a safe space for neighborhood children whose parents worked longer hours in an industrializing city. The name changed in 1907 to the Germantown Boys’ Club after joining ranks with the Boys and Girls Clubs of America. Marriott Canby Morris served as the president of the club in the first decade of the 1900s. Wildwood began developing as a coastal resort town in the 1890s, growing dramatically in popularity in the 1950s. The area was incorporated as a city in 1912. 
 Extent:  1 photograph: film negative; 3 x 4 in. 
 Subjects:  Germantown Boys' Club (Germantown, Philadelphia, Pa.) | Animals | Children | Dogs | Fashion | Play (Recreation) | Tents New Jersey Wildwood | Recreation New Jersey Wildwood | Film negatives | Philadelphia artists

 
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23Title:  [Boy with an umbrella and a dog], Boys Parlors Camp, Wildwood, NJ   
 Creator:  Morris, Marriott Canby, 1863-1948 
 Notes:  Film negative showing a young man from the Boys' Parlors Association standing in a field in front of a group of tents at Wildwood, N.J. He carries an open umbrella and wears striped pants and suspenders. A small, black dog rests between his feet. Founded in 1887, the Boys’ Parlors Association of Germantown served as a safe space for neighborhood children whose parents worked longer hours in an industrializing city. The name changed in 1907 to the Germantown Boys’ Club after joining ranks with the Boys and Girls Clubs of America. Marriott Canby Morris served as the president of the club in the first decade of the 1900s. Wildwood began developing as a coastal resort town in the 1890s, growing dramatically in popularity in the 1950s. The area was incorporated as a city in 1912. 
 Extent:  1 photograph: film negative; 3 x 4 in. 
 Subjects:  Germantown Boys' Club (Germantown, Philadelphia, Pa.) | Animals | Children | Dogs | Fashion | Portraits | Tents New Jersey Wildwood | Recreation New Jersey Wildwood | Film negatives | Philadelphia artists

 
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24Title:  [Four boys and a man with a dog, Boys Parlors Camp, Wildwood, NJ]   
 Creator:  Morris, Marriott Canby, 1863-1948 
 Notes:  Photograph showing four boys and a man from the Boys' Parlors Association standing in front of a group of tents at Wildwood, N.J. The boy in the center holds an umbrella and two other boys carry a baseball bat and glove. A small, black dog rests between the center boy's legs. Founded in 1887, the Boys’ Parlors Association of Germantown served as a safe space for neighborhood children whose parents worked longer hours in an industrializing city. The name changed in 1907 to the Germantown Boys’ Club after joining ranks with the Boys and Girls Clubs of America. Marriott Canby Morris served as the president of the club in the first decade of the 1900s. Wildwood began developing as a coastal resort town in the 1890s, growing dramatically in popularity in the 1950s. The area was incorporated as a city in 1912. 
 Extent:  1 photograph: gelatin silver print; 3 x 4 in. 
 Subjects:  Germantown Boys' Club (Germantown, Philadelphia, Pa.) | Animals | Children | Dogs | Fashion | Play (Recreation) | Tents New Jersey Wildwood | Recreation New Jersey Wildwood | Gelatin silver prints | Philadelphia artists

 
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25Title:  [Boy with an umbrella and a dog, Boys Parlors Camp, Wildwood, NJ]   
 Creator:  Morris, Marriott Canby, 1863-1948 
 Notes:  Photograph showing a young man from the Boys’ Parlors Association standing in a field in front of a group of tents at Wildwood, N.J. He carries an open umbrella and wears striped pants and suspenders. A small, black dog rests between his feet. Founded in 1887, the Boys’ Parlors Association of Germantown served as a safe space for neighborhood children whose parents worked longer hours in an industrializing city. The name changed in 1907 to the Germantown Boys’ Club after joining ranks with the Boys and Girls Clubs of America. Marriott Canby Morris served as the president of the club in the first decade of the 1900s. Wildwood began developing as a coastal resort town in the 1890s, growing dramatically in popularity in the 1950s. The area was incorporated as a city in 1912. 
 Extent:  1 photograph: gelatin silver print; 3 x 4 in. 
 Subjects:  Germantown Boys' Club (Germantown, Philadelphia, Pa.) | Animals | Children | Dogs | Fashion | Portraits | Tents New Jersey Wildwood | Recreation New Jersey Wildwood | Gelatin silver prints | Philadelphia artists

 
Collection:  Library Company 
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