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Wednesday, May 19, 2010
Bill/Coin Holder Memento, Elliott P. Joslin Camp for Diabetic Boys, Boston, Massachusetts
Bill and coin holder distributed by the Elliott P. Joslin Camp for Diabetic Boys, Charlton, Massachusetts. The Camp was then operated by the Association of Universalist Women, 16 Beacon Street, Boston, Massachusetts. It's still in existence today as a residential camp and is now operated by the Joslin Diabetes Center of Boston.
Researching online, I discovered that this camp was founded in 1948, so the memento dates from after that time.
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