Gorman, Gladys G.
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Janet Martin Tranquada Collection on Camp Chonokis
Janet Martin Tranquada was a Camp Chonokis camper, counselor, and niece of camp manager Gladys Gertrude Gorman. The collection contains documents collected by Tranquada from Gorman and is primarily related to Gorman's adaptation of Sigmund Spaeth's "The Musical Adventures of Jack and Jill" and "Old Mother Hubbard."
Camp Chonokis Records
Abstract Chonokis was a girls' camp at Stateline, South Lake Tahoe, California from 1927-1952. The camp was owned by Mabel Winter Whitney and co-managed by Gladys G. Gorman. Records include correspondence, subject files, camp brochures, enrollment forms, financial records, daily schedules, architectural drawings, sketches and paintings, photographs, 16 mm home movie film, log books of poetry and prose, and Whitney's personal files of letters, school records, and Barley Food Products (Morgantown,...
Dates: 1908-1982; Majority of material found within 1921-1980