Camp Winnebago is a boys overnight summer camp located in Fayette, Maine. Camp Winnebago was founded in 1919 by Frederick L. Guggenheimer (“Chief”) and has since been directed by three generations of Lilienthal men (Howard, Phil and Andy.
Since its inception Winnebago has been considered by many to be among the outstanding boys’ camps in the country. It has established definite aims and ideals, and above all, an important reputation for sportsmanship and good manners.
Camp Winnebago materials on Maine Memory Network include photographs of campers, trophy banners and recordings of camp songs.
Selected Camp Winnebago images:
- Bunk 1 occupants from 1947, Camp Winnebago, 1995
- Campers at Camp Winnebago, 1921, left side
- Kennebec Winnego Aquatic Meet 1931
- Banner from Aquatic meet at Camp Winnebago, 1925
- Outdoor supper field at Camp Winnebago, 1936
- Museum cabin at Camp Winnebago
- Leaving Camp Winnebago at Readfield Depot
- Train to Camp Winnebago in 1935
- Camp Winnebago truck 1940
- First aid exhibit, Camp Winnebago, ca. 1950
- Camp Winnebago recording of In Hush of the Evening
- Camp Winnebago recording of Buckle Down Winnebago