From 1933-1992, Barnard College owned a campsite in Westchester County, 36 miles from Manhattan. The camp provided weekend retreats to Barnard students and alumnae. Visitors stayed in a rustic cabin (which became formally known as “Holly House” in 1964), and participated in hiking, skiing, swimming, and other outdoor activities.
The Barnard College Archives invites you to learn more at its exhibit on Barnard Camp, now up in the lobby of the Barnard Library in Lehman Hall. The exhibit includes photographs, brochures, a Barnard Camp log bookand other ephemera--including a Barnard Bears license plate. The exhibit was created by Stephanie Mannheim '14, with help from Nazia Jannat '14.