Campfires Booklet

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This Campfire booklet is one of a series of four outdoor themed pocket guides produced during the mid fifties. These were created to get Canadian kids outside enjoying the wilderness and to give them the tools and skills necessary to cook and survive. Distributed inside cereal boxes for years, this little pocket guides were the idiot guides of their time. The graphics are dated and funny now but the tone and intent are great.

 

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