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MOZUMDAR PHOTO GALLERY

Historic photos of Camp Mozumdar (below)
Click to see contemporary photos of Camp Mozumdar
Click to see copies of Lecture Posters/Handbills(PDF file)
Click to see World War II-era Summer School Mailer (PDF file)
Click to see portraits of A.K. Mozumdar

Camp Mozumdar Lodge building
This is the lodge at Camp Mozumdar. A coupe automobile is barely visible in front of the lodge (on the ground, directly below the chimney).
Camp Mozumdar Lodge building
This view shows the front of Mozumdar Lodge.
Camp Mozumdar Lodge building
Interior of Mozumdar Lodge. This hand-tinted photo, the one immediately above and several others are courtesy of grandchildren of William Lodge, architect of the Temple of Christ at the camp.
Swimming pool at Camp Mozumdar
A swimming pool at Camp Mozumdar was available for students.
outdoor fireplace
This outdoor fireplace next to the swimming pool was a popular gathering place at Camp Mozumdar.
Pillars of God at Camp Mozumdar
The Pillars of God at Camp Mozumdar surround an amphitheater where A.K. Mozumdar spoke during the summertime. To judge the structure's size, see the automobiles at the left and the people standing in the amphitheater.
Pillars of God amphitheater at Camp Mozumdar
Close-up of the platform in the Pillars of God Amphitheater at Camp Mozumdar. Note the view of the Mojave Desert in the background.
 
pillars chorus
A chorus performed musical numbers during summertime sessions at Camp Mozumdar.
Audience at the amphitheater
Large crowds were always present at the camp when A.K. Mozumdar was teaching.
Pillars of God amphitheater at Camp Mozumdar
Another view of the Pillars of God Amphitheater, from a distance.
 
Pillars of God amphitheater at Camp Mozumdar
A slightly different view of the pillars (note ladder against
flagpole and the scenic vista in the distance).
 
raising the flag
Raising the flag at the Pillars of God Amphitheater.
Temple of Christ at Camp Mozumdar
The ornate Temple of Christ was the most striking
feature at Camp Mozumdar.
 
Temple of Christ at Camp Mozumdar
Another old view of the Temple of Christ.
 
Temple of Christ at Camp Mozumdar
Still another old postcard view of the Temple of Christ.
 
Temple of Christ at Camp Mozumdar
The temple was a popular subject for postcard distributors
and there were many views published in the 1940s.
 
Temple of Christ at Camp Mozumdar, color
This early color photo shows the Temple of Christ in all its glory.
 
Interior of the Temple of Christ
A.K. Mozumdar's friend, San Diego architect William P. Lodge, designed the Temple of Christ at Camp Mozumdar. This is his drawing of how the interior was to be finished, complete with murals depecting the life of Jesus. Unfortunately, the interior was never completed.

 
Temple of Christ at Camp Mozumdar in 1953
In 1953 the temple was visited by Walter N. Tomlinson, seen here at the temple's entrance. This photo was submitted by his son Jerry.

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Historic photos of Camp Mozumdar (above)
Click to see contemporary photos of Camp Mozumdar
Click to see copies of Lecture Posters/Handbills(PDF file)
Click to see World War II-era Summer School Mailer (PDF file)
Click to see portraits of A.K. Mozumdar