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Camp Lown in Oakland held Maccabiah games -- a variant of the camp classic of "color wars" -- each summer, offering campers a Jewish experience as well as a camp experience.
Camp Lown opened in 1945 to give Jewish boys and girls from Maine a place to gather in the summer and confirm their Jewish identities, while enjoying camp activities.
About This Item
- Title: Maccabiah patch, Camp Lown, ca. 1958
- Creation Date: circa 1958
- Subject Date: circa 1958
- Location: Oakland, Kennebec County, ME
- Media: Felt, ink
- Object Type: Physical Object
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