Josh and Leah's two children, Robert and Nancy, both worked as associate directors at the camp while Josh was still director. Robert Lieberman was called "Bob", and changed his last name to "Hill". There was a substantial pile of dirt, sand, and gravel which had been scooped out to create the Primitive lake (the crescent-shaped, northernmost lake of the chain). The Primitive campers dubbed the small hill thus created "Bob hill".
I find I don't have too many pictures of Bob. Here's one from my camp days, shown with camper Norma Pomerance:
Here's a young Bob Hill in 1938 (photo supplied by Ditte Frederiksen McNeil):
Bob was in attendance at the 1999 Camp Taconic reunion. Vision problems required him to wear dark glasses:
Here's a picture of Bob and Trudy's house at the camp, generally referred to as "Hill House":
Bob died on Valentine's Day, 2004, in Connecticut.
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