Contributed by Camp Winnebago
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Recording of campers from Camp Winnebago in Fayette singing "In Hush of the Evening," the fifth song on side 2 of the vinyl record produced for the camp in 1964. Words and music by Clement A. Barton.
Camp Winnebago was founded on the shores of Echo Lake in 1919 and is a camp for boys ages 8 - 15.
Words to "In Hush of the Evening"
In hush of the evening, when sunset shadows climb,
Our hearts, Winnebago, beat in time.
While still rememb'ring the joys we knew,
The lake, the cry of a lonely loon,
Our hearts, Winnebago, reflect the golden view
That someday the future will hold for you.
As we reminisce, tho years may swiftly fly,
The flame in our hearts never die.
About This Item
- Title: Camp Winnebago recording of In Hush of the Evening
- Creator: Camp Winnebago
- Creation Date: 1964
- Subject Date: 1964
- Location: Fayette, Kennebec County, ME
- Media: Phonograph record, Long-playing recod (33 rpm)
- Object Type: Sound Recording
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Standardized Subject Headings
- Camp Winnebago (Fayette, Me.)--Songs and music
- Camp Winnebago (Fayette, Me.)--People
For more information about this item, contact:Camp Winnebago
RR 3 Box 1400, Kents Hill, ME 04349
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