Registered: July 2002 Location: Rock Haven Lake - West Newfield, ME Posts: 5,097
Postmark 1960. "The M. V. Mount Washington at Dockside, Wolfeboro, NH. This important port bustles with activity when the 600 ton steamer makes its stop"
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Rattlesnake Gal Senior Member
Registered: November 2003 Location: Southern NH Posts: 5,234
Tue June 1, 2004 11:40pm
camp guy Senior Member
Registered: April 2004 Location: formerly Winter Harbor, still Wolfeboro Posts: 792
Fri December 30, 2005 11:33pm
The young lad walking toward the station wagon is a camper from Camp Wyanoke, Wolfeboro Neck, Wolfeboro, NH, wearng the camp uniform of either blue or gray shorts, a blue and white striped "T" shirt, and his either blue or gray hat.
carguy Senior Member
Registered: August 2006 Location: Norwich, CT Posts: 199
Sun August 13, 2006 2:53am
The Dockside Restaurant in the background. Back in the late 1950's us teenagers at Lake Shore Park would make the trip to Wolfeboro via Boat in order to get a hot dog and a coke at the Dockside Restaurant.