Centennial Book


In the Heart of a Wooded Mountain: Rockbrook Camp for Girls 1921-2021

This beautiful hardcover book describes the 100-year history of Rockbrook Camp. Published to celebrate the camp’s centennial, the coffee-table-size book is filled with over 160 pages of archival photographs and written accounts of the many people and events that color its rich legacy.

Everyone with a connection to Rockbrook will love reading about the camp’s founder Nancy Barnum Clarke Carrier and seeing photos taken of her and her family in the earliest years of the camp. Organized chronologically, the book gathers fascinating material from every decade of the past 100 years up to the present.





Contents of the Book:

x – Timeline
1 – Part I: From Big Tops to Mountain Tops
45 – Part II: Growth and Change Ahead: The War Years at Rockbrook
57 – Part III: The Magic of Memories
85 – Part IV: Sunshine, Butterflies, and Rainbows
109 – Part V: Sing it Out! R-O-C-K-B-R-O-O-K
137 – Part VI: The Everlasting Spirit of Rockbrook
165 – Epilogue: Tendrils of Existence
166 – Rockbrook Jargon
167 – Acknowledgements

Written by:

Laurie Shock, Charlotte Page, Phyllis Shaw, Barbara Acree, and Sarah Carter

Published by:

Shock Design Books, Atlanta GA
ISBN-13: 978-0-9963189-4-5
Library of Congress Number: 2021903639
© All rights reserved

Additional information

Weight 3.75 lbs
Dimensions 12 × 10 × 1 in


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