From left: Kate Moss, Lucie de la Falaise and Marianne Faithfull at Camp Longwood. © Bruce Weber (from Camp Longwood is a Great Camp on Spitfire Lake built by George S. Brewster between 1906 and 1908. Designed by New York architect Robert F. Stephenson, it was built by Benjamin A. Muncil, known for his work at Camp Topridge. Accessible only by water, the camp is built as a series of separate cabins, sited to blend into the woods.

The camp was bought by Nan Bush and artist/fashion photographer Bruce Weber from Brewster's son, Edward C. Brewster.


  • Kaiser, Harvey H., Great Camps of the Adirondacks, Boston: David R. Godine, 2003, pp. 126-128. ISBN 978-1-56792-073-4
  • Nan Bush and Bruce Weber, "Happy Campers", Town and Country, December, 2013.


New York Times, August 29, 1937

The Misses Katharine and Frances Brewster, daughters of Mrs. George S. Brewster, are entertaining at Camp Longwood Miss Beatrice  Kellogg and Charles McClintock of New York.


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