Three fascinating facts about Lake Winnipesaukee

August 1993
Yankee;Aug93, Vol. 57 Issue 8, p19
Presents records of Lake Winnipesaukee. Nation's first intercollegiate boat race between Yale University and Harvard University, August 3, 1952 Oneida, Harvard's only entry and won; 102 feet jump scene of Butch Rosenberg and Dick Binette on August 15, 1954; Robert and Arthur, the first floating post office; 1892 mail delivery to residents around the 26-mile-long lake; The Sohpie C in Laconia.


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