This map was included on a page of the 1934 Camp brochure. According to the inscription at the bottom of the map it was " Surveyed and Drawn by A Yankee in Bijou Cochrane' Camp- Old Vet Gilmore 'Daddy' Clarke". I am not familiar with the details of Gilmore Clarke's association with Camp Temagami. He evidently was an American, a military veteran, somewhat older as evidenced by his "Daddy" nickname. He certainly had an artistic streak.
The details of the map show a physical infrastructure that was almost identical to the end state of the camp at its demise in 1973 with the exception of some buildings in the adult section and the "Adult Lodge" log cabin.
In this map many of the structures that were eventually to become cabins in the Intermediate and Senior section areas were tent platforms in 1928. The map indicates by exception that in 1928 the golf course had yet to be built; badminton courts pre-dated the location of the later basketball and single badminton court. Also in 1928, the tennis courts had yet to be built and the Infirmary cabin had one room with a front and back porch. The larger infirmary with a long patient bed area was added later.
Moose Island for boys ages 11-13 years had been established by 1928 with one cabin, 9 tent platforms, a rackette court and two docks
The map blows up well for framing. In 2010, a copy of this map was presented to former camper and staff man, The Honorable John Turner, former Prime Minster of Canada.
The Unknowns: Who was "Old Vet. Gilmore Daddy Clarke"? - What is the meaning of "Wham Editorial Office"? - What is the background of " Cuckoo Cabin"?