Circa 1940 Campfire Girls

Bottom row left: Anita O'Kelly. Bottom row right: Alice O'Kelly

Mary and Jennie O’Kelly owned a tract of land in North Louisiana they called Camp Bonaventure. As troop leader and founding member of Monroe’s chapter of the Campfire Girls, Jennie used the land to host camping trips and nature excursions for the girls. Notice the Model A Ford in the background. Bottom row left: Anita O’Kelly. Bottom row right: Alice O’Kelly.

 

 

 

 

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