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Campers walking by cross at Camp Weed at St. Teresa Beach.
, M87- 27, Box 17
Accompanying note: "SUMMER SCENE - Three young campers and a counselor walk past the Camp Weed Cross, landmark of the Episcopal camp and conference center on the Gulf at St. Teresa. [Front to back] are Jim Durrance, Gainesville, Mark Hickey, Panama City, Charles Packard, Pensacola, and the Rev. Jack Adams, Jacksonville. The camp serves the Episcopal Diocese of Florida. which covers all of the state north of Gainesville. The Rev. John E. Banks, assistant minister of the Church of the Advent in Tallahassee, is executive director of Camp Weed."
Property was offered to the Diocese by the St. Joe Paper Company but needed by the U.S. Military war effort and used during World War II as an amphibious training ground. After WWII Camp Weed returned to the St. Teresa site in 1946.
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Chicago Manual of Style
Stainer, Dan. Campers walking by cross at Camp Weed at St. Teresa Beach. 1967. State Archives of Florida, Florida Memory. <https://www.floridamemory.com/items/show/274574>, accessed 5 December 2023.
Stainer, Dan. Campers walking by cross at Camp Weed at St. Teresa Beach. 1967. State Archives of Florida, Florida Memory. Accessed 5 Dec. 2023.<https://www.floridamemory.com/items/show/274574>
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