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The Blount Collection - Camp La Junta (1964)

Eva Jean Blount

Silent | 1964

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In this home movie from 1964, the Blount family visits their younger son Jeb at summer camp. Established in 1928, Camp La Junta is located in Hunt, Texas. Jeb and his fellow campers demonstrate how they spent their summer, swimming in the Guadalupe River, riding horses, and competing in races. Jeb wins a yellow ribbon in one event.