Potomac Area Council American Youth Hostels records, 1943-2005, bulk 1946-2005.
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The Potomac Area Council American Youth Hostels (PAC-AYH) is an organization that promotes outdoor recreational activities, including bicycling, hiking, and bird-watching, and runs three youth hostels in Washington, Harper's Ferry, West Virginia, and Baltimore. It is affiliated with Hostelling International and Hostelling International USA (formerly American Youth Hostels (AYH)). Justin Cline founded the Potomac Area Council in 1943 as an offshoot of the international hostelling movement. In the...