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Old 04-27-2013, 05:32 PM   #1
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Default 1929 Lake Winnipesaukee Home Movies

There's no sound but lots of recognizable locations in this great 38 minute video from YouTube:

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Old 04-27-2013, 06:03 PM   #2
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Nice shots of the days gone bye. I notice there were no numbers on the boats. Guess the state haden't got around to taxing them yet.
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Anyone know where the huge overshot water wheel was?
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Nice shots of the days gone bye. I notice there were no numbers on the boats. Guess the state haden't got around to taxing them yet.

We had license plates years ago, just like cars only a little smaller. I don't know when the plates started though.
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Thanks TIS.. Believe it or not there was one on eBay for 1917 at a starting bid of $100.
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Anyone know where the huge overshot water wheel was?
Purely a guess but it looks like the footage right after was from Clarks Trained Bears in North Woodstock.That would be my thought.
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I also noticed that the footage of The Old Man didn't include anything from the Cannon Mt ski area a few hundred feet away...Cuz it wasn't built yet!
All this footage appears to be from the same family.Looks like they were pretty well to do.
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Thanks TIS.. Believe it or not there was one on eBay for 1917 at a starting bid of $100.
Geez, why didn't we save all those old plates?
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Interesting, I still have mine.

Thanks for the info.

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Default Lake Winnipessaukee (1929)

I think this film (36 Min) is on the forum somewhere but haven't seen it in some time. The Mount Washington in the film is the OLD Side Wheeler Mount, not the current one. Summers coming. NB

EDIT: Remember: This film is summer 1929..The Stock Market CRASH was October 29, 1929.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cN7ji0NEGnk

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Every one well dressed yet still able to have fun. Not a cell phone or I pad to be seen and real cottages not the standard lakeside McMansion. Could we rewind time - even for just a single summer?
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