The Wigwam, continuously published each summer (and occasionally in the winter) since 1935, provides an intimate and often humorous take on camp news. For many years it published staff biographies and recorded the names of award winners at the end of each summer, making it an important historical document. The paper’s mission—“to bring the news from far and wide to this camp” is detailed in the editorial of its first issue, featured below. The Wigwam began publishing photos in 1972 and today is distributed by email as the eWigwam.
We do have some editions of the Wigwams missing and some pages are missing or blurry from some of the editions, and are working to update the online archives the best we can at this time! View the editions we are missing here, and if you would like to donate a copy of The Wigwam you have, please click here!