Museum logo
Post Office Box 166
Lovell, Maine 04051
(207) 925-3234

Ask Finnegan

Welcome to the Lovell Historical Society Online Collections Database!

Person Record

  • Email This Page
  • Send Feedback
Name Smith, Bonnie (Buhler)

Associated Records

Image of Two Girls Diving at Camp Mudjekeewis, 1958 - 2002.08.0006

Two Girls Diving at Camp Mudjekeewis, 1958 - 2002.08.0006

Two campers diving at Camp Mudjekeewis in 1958. Bonnie Buhler is performing the jacknife on the left, on the spring board, and Hope Dillon is on the right, diving from the tower. Farthest to the right, not diving, is Peg Payne who was the diving instructor.

Image of Synchronized Swimming at Camp Mudjekeewis, 1958 - 2002.08.0013

Synchronized Swimming at Camp Mudjekeewis, 1958 - 2002.08.0013

Synchronized swimming at Camp Mudjekeewis in 1958. Three of the swimmers have been identified as Bonnie Buhler, Hope Dillon, and Sally Sternau.

Image of Arts and Crafts at Camp Mudjekeewis - 2002.08.0033

Arts and Crafts at Camp Mudjekeewis - 2002.08.0033

Two photos of arts and crafts activities at Camp Mudjekeewis in 1957. In the first photo the campers have been identified, left to right: unknown, Carol Engelson, unknown, Deborah Dommerich, Christine Dunbar, Bonnie Buhler. In the second photo the campers have been identified, left to right: Carol Engelson, unknown, Colombe Lineau, unknown, Christine Dunbar, unknown.

Image of Campers & Counselors at the Train Station, 1957 - 2011.50.0005

Campers & Counselors at the Train Station, 1957 - 2011.50.0005

Campers from Mudjekeewis at a train station in 1956. Judy Wilson and Mariuna Morrison are furthest left and Nancy Lewis is on the train, left. Others have been identifed by Bonnie Buhler as follows: "Marina Buhler is in profile, wearing a jacket with a logo emblazoned on the front, and holding the grey mudjie hat. Next to her and behind, facing the camera and leaving the leis from banquet around her neck, is Suzi (Scamp) Smith. Just to her left, and in front, also standing in profile is me, Bonnie Buhler, wearing white shirt and grey sweater."