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Part of the Maine Island of Shetland.

Sir William Pepperell's [i.e. Pepperrell's] house, Kittery Point, Maine.

The District of Main: from the latest surveys

Sir George Colliers victory in Penobscot Bay 1779.

Scott, Winfield. Headquarters, Eastern Division, Augusta, Maine. To Lieutenant Colonel Pierce

Scott, Winfield. Headquarters, Eastern Division, Augusta, Maine. To Lieutenant Colonel Pierce

Maine.

Bowdoin College Brunswick, Me.

Portland, Me.

[View of women seated at a long table sewing.]

[A portrait of a large group of people, perhaps an extended family.]

[Group portrait of teachers and students.]

City poor farm.

Horticultural exhibition at City Hall, 1869.

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

View at Pine Point Beach, Scarboro [Scarborough], Maine, short distance from R.R.Station.

Maine tannery. Early view.

[Eastport dwellings, Washington County, Maine.]

Main Street.

Main Street.

Middle Street, looking east, Portland, Maine.

Elm Street.

[View of a Saco street.]

View of the eastern peak and "chimney," with Katahdin Lake in the distance, looking east-northeast from "Excelsior" peak.

[Bird's-eye view of Bangor.]

View at Old Orchard Beach, Saco, Maine.

North view in library, Colby University.

[Bird's-eye view of Portland.]

Bird's-eye view of Belfast and Bay.

View on Broadway.

[View of Kennebec River.]

View north-east from Kent's Hill.

[General view of Waldoboro.]

[View of Boothbay Harbor, Lincoln Co., Maine.]

View at Cushing Island, Portland Harbor, Maine.

View of the building from the road.

Another view of the falls in the village.

[View of a group of people at a lobster feed.]

View in the park at Old Orchard Beach, Saco, Maine.

View on entering the library, Colby University.

View in Fryeburgh, Me.

View down the river from Depot.

View of Oyster Banks, Damariscotta River, Me.

[Kennebec River Valley general view.]

View on Broadway.

[View of Rockport, Maine.]

View N.E. [north-east] from Kent's Hill.

[View of 4 men with tools and a railroad hand car.]

View of Back Bay from City Hall, Portland, Me.

[A view of Portland, Maine.]

View of Damariscotta from Newcastle.

View from the Cliff, (Ripogenus Falls).

[View from top of Observatory.]

View of Damariscotta from Newcastle.

[Bird's-eye view of Bangor.]

View N.E. [north-east] from Kent's Hill.

Hill Mill and Canal. [Early view].

[View of Portland.]

[View from near side of the spring.]

Androscoggin Mills, from Canal Street.

Cumberland Street, Portland, Maine.

Cumberland Street, Portland, Maine.

Main Street.

[Main Street, Waldoboro, Maine.]

Congress Street and Lincoln Park, Portland, Me.

South Street, from Elm [Street], Bidd[eford].

Winthrop Street, west from State St.

Water Street.

Water Street, Augusta, Maine.

Views in Auburn. Main Street, looking up. (Androscoggin County)

Main Street [quarter].

Washington Street.

Middle Street, looking west, Portland, Maine.

Main Street, Norridgewock. Kennebec Valley.

Main Street, Solon Village.

[A view of logs being transported to mill.]

View on Broadway.

View in the park at Old Orchard Beach, Saco, Maine.

View of Bangor from Thomas Hill. [B]

[View of Kennebec River.]

Bird's-eye view of Belfast and Bay.

Kennebec River from Elm Street.

State Street, from Congress St.

Cumberland Street, Portland, Maine.

Exchange Street.

State Street, from Congress St.

[View of the Main Street (including Methodist Church and High School).]

Water Street, Augusta, Maine.

Down Free Street, from Oak St.

High Street, Portland, Maine.

Main Street, Solon Village.

Middle Street [in winter].

Main Street.

High Street, Camden, Maine.

Androscoggin Mills, from Canal Street.

High Street.

Congress Street and Lincoln Park, Portland, Me.

[View of Portland.]

[Railroad scene.]

Oxen power, Maine scene.

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