1977 "Uncle Sam Sled Returns" For Brookfield Run Foster's Article & Photo

Title

1977 "Uncle Sam Sled Returns" For Brookfield Run Foster's Article & Photo

Description

1977 Foster's Article & Photo "Uncle Sam Sled Returns" For Brookfield Run. At the time the Uncle Sam sled was believed to be the worlds longest sled. It is 90 feet long and weighs 1,700pounds, empty, seven to eight tons, loaded. As of 2018 the sled resides at the Farmer Museum in Milton, NH.

Clipping Size: 9" x 15.5"

Condition: some early signs of yellowing and fading

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PLEASE NOTE: This resource was created during the 19th or 20th century. It has biases stemming from those periods.

Creator

Foster's Daily Democrat
Photo: Dick Casselberry

Publisher

Foster's Daily Democrat
Photo: Dick Casselberry

Date

1977

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Citation

Foster's Daily Democrat Photo: Dick Casselberry, “1977 "Uncle Sam Sled Returns" For Brookfield Run Foster's Article & Photo,” Farmington Historical Society-Museum of Farmington History, accessed April 24, 2019, https://farmingtonnhhistory.omeka.net/items/show/305.

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