We were thrilled to visit with former camper Shea Hussey Lackie and her parents and daughters last week. Shea wanted to give her future Rockbrook campers a tour so they would know all about camp when it is their time to attend. Sarah enjoyed walking around with them and sharing camp stories.
Shea’s parents were kind enough to bring copies of two Rockbrook photos that were taken in 1921, the year that Rockbrook began. Shea’s grandmother Kathleen Conant Hussey attended camp that year and is in both of the pictures. We were particularly excited about one of the photos as it features the campers eating dinner in The Rockbrook House. Before the dining hall was built, all meals were served inside The Rockbrook House (or Carrier House as it is sometimes called) but we have never found a photograph of mealtime. We were so happy that they were kind enough to share this picture with us as it is a great addition to our archives.
If you have any photographs that you would like to share please let us know. How lucky we are to have so much history in one place, here in the heart of a wooded mountain.