Postmarked August 5, 1912
Canandaigua was a principal village of the Native American Senecas. The name means “chosen spot”. It attracted European settlers who lived peaceably with the Seneca, the town high school establishe
When local resident W L Foster passed away in 1911 the Young Woman’s Christian Association rented the property from his family and started using this area on the west side of Canandaigua Lake calling it Camp Onanda.
Miss Ida Kunz
382 Grande Ave
I suppose you are mad at me that’s why you don’t answer my letters and cards. I am spending two weeks down here again this summer. Hope you are all better and able to go out. If you write address it to Camp Onanda, Canandaigua, NY