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Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents These records document the organization and history of Kamp Kaintuck, a private men's fishing club based in Louisville, Kentucky, which owns property in Canada to which the members and guests travel for fishing trips in the summers. The 4.50 linear feet of records date from 1894, almost twenty years before the club's incorporation.
Scope and Contents The Marshall papers span the 1810's through 1960's, with the bulk of the material covering the business and personal interests of the 1930's through 1960's. Included in this collection are papers related to the Marshall family, especially John Marshall, Sr.; personal correspondence, mainly between family members; diaries, logs, and clippings of hobbies, especially fishing; and the business reports and correspondence of the Puritan Cordage Mills, where Marshall served as Chairman of the Board,...
Dates: circa 1810s-1970s
Collection — Box Small Collections Box 1
Content Description Fourteen black and white photographs taken at Kamp Kaintuck, a fishing get-away club organized by a group of men from Louisville. Includes scenery, shots of men in canoes and boats, groups of men fishing or posing near the shore, and a woman who may have been the camp cook. Because the records of Kamp Kaintuck appear to indicate that he participated in the annual fishing trip in the 1920s, these are tentatively dated to that decade. They are, however, undated, and may be from the 1930s. Mr....