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[Looking down from Megunticook Mountain on Megunticook Lake.]

Camden harbor.

Camden from Shermans Point.

Another view of the falls in the village.

View of the falls just below the bridge in the village. Taken from the harbor.

Main Street.

Elm Street.

High Street, Camden, Maine.

Camden Village.

[Church.]

Negro Island.

Turnpike.

Looking down from Megunticook Mountain on Megunticook Lake.

Looking down from Megunticook Mountain on Megunticook Lake.

Turnpike.

Turnpike. Drive around Megunticook Mountain.

Mount Battie.

[Camden mountains.]

Telegraph office, right.

Ocean House.

[Looking down from Megunticook Mountain on Megunticook Lake.]

Elm Street, Camden, Me.

High Street.

Congregational Church.

[Camden, Maine.]

Bayview House.

Saint Thomas Episcopal Church.

[Plant.]

Turnpike.

Turnpike.

Turnpike, looking north.

Drive around the base of Megunticook Mountain. Megunticook Lake is seen through the trees. Camden, Maine.

Ocean House.

Mount Battie.

Mount Battie.

[Bird's-eye view of Camden, Maine.]

Camden as seen from the top of Mount Battie.

Camden from Bay View St.

Another view of the falls in the village.

[Megunticook River falls, Camden, Maine.]

[Megunticook River falls, Camden, Maine.]

[A log cabin.]

[A log cabin.]

Turnpike.

Fatal Fall.

Elm Street.

High Street, Camden, Maine.

Drive around the base of Megunticook Mountain. Megunticook Lake is seen through the trees. Camden, Maine.

Camden as seen from the top of Mount Battie.

[Church.]

Negro Island.

Camden from Bay View St.

In front of the Ocean House.

[A log cabin.]

Mount Battie.

Turnpike, looking north.

[Camden mountains.]

[Looking down from Megunticook Mountain on Megunticook Lake.]

[Looking down from Megunticook Mountain on Megunticook Lake.]

Camden, looking north.

Main Street.

[A log cabin.]

Turnpike, looking north.

Telegraph office, right.

Bayview House.

Turnpike.

Turnpike. Drive around Megunticook Mountain.

[Fatal Fall.]

In front of the Ocean House.

High Street.

Camden Village.

Camden harbor.

Camden village, Maine.

[Camden, Maine.]

Saint Thomas Episcopal Church.

[Plant.]

Looking east from Bay View House, Camden, Maine.

Looking east from Bay View House, Camden, Maine.

Elm Street, Camden, Me.

Congregational Church.

Turnpike.

[Looking down from Megunticook Mountain on Megunticook Lake.]

[Looking down from Megunticook Mountain on Megunticook Lake.]

Fatal Fall.

[Fatal Fall.]

Camden, looking north.

View of the falls just below the bridge in the village. Taken from the harbor.

Turnpike.

Turnpike, looking north.

[Bird's-eye view of Camden, Maine.]

Camden harbor, from the bridge over Megunticook River in the village.

Camden harbor, from the bridge over Megunticook River in the village.

Camden from Shermans Point.

Camden village, Maine.

Ocean House.

Ocean House.

Church.

A log cabin.

Looking east from Bay View House, Camden, Maine.

Bird's-eye view of Camden, Maine.

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