Summer Sports at Northernaire | Postcard | Wisconsin Historical Society

Postcard

Summer Sports at Northernaire

Summer Sports at Northernaire | Postcard | Wisconsin Historical Society
Text on front reads: "Summer Sports at Northernarie, Three Lakes, Wisconsin." On reverse: "Northernarie Hotel and Spa. Three Lakes, Wis. Truly one of America's outstanding year 'round resort-hotels. A 3,000 acre estate, located in the heart of Wisconsin's beautiful lakeland, it offers for the first time to lovers of the great North Country the ultimate in luxurious accommodations plus facilities for the enjoyment of a variety of sports in all seasons. Indoor swimming pool, golf course, fine saddle horses, trapshooting, archery, hunting and fishing, boats and canoes, cutter and dog-sled rides and year 'round wildlife tours. Come to Northernarie for a perfect vacation at any season of the year." A collage postcard with nine scenes of outdoor activities.
DESCRIPTION
Text on front reads: "Summer Sports at Northernarie, Three Lakes, Wisconsin." On reverse: "Northernarie Hotel and Spa. Three Lakes, Wis. Truly one of America's outstanding year 'round resort-hotels. A 3,000 acre estate, located in the heart of Wisconsin's beautiful lakeland, it offers for the first time to lovers of the great North Country the ultimate in luxurious accommodations plus facilities for the enjoyment of a variety of sports in all seasons. Indoor swimming pool, golf course, fine saddle horses, trapshooting, archery, hunting and fishing, boats and canoes, cutter and dog-sled rides and year 'round wildlife tours. Come to Northernarie for a perfect vacation at any season of the year." A collage postcard with nine scenes of outdoor activities.
RECORD DETAILS
Image ID:150344
Creation Date: August 22 1955
Creator Name:Unknown
City:Three Lakes
County:Oneida
State:Wisconsin
Collection Name:Wisconsin postcard collection, circa 1860s?-circa 1990s
Genre:Postcard
Original Format Type:prints, photomechanical
Original Format Number:PH 2744
Original Dimensions:5.5 x 3.5 inches
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Divided back. 2¢ stamp. Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C.T. Art-Colortone" Post Card (Reg. U.S. Pat. Off.)
SUBJECTS
Dresses
Men
Horses
Bathing suits
Clothing and dress
Women
Archery
Canoes and canoeing
Bathing beaches
Boats and boating
Diving
Golf
Horseback riding
Swimming
Lakes
Shorelines

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