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View in Fryeburgh, Me.

Lovel's [Lovells] Pond, (scene of Indian fight), from Jockey Cap, Fryeburgh, Me.

View of Paris Hill, Oxford County, Maine.

Saco River scenery, Hiram, Me.

Jockey Cap, Fryeburgh, Me.

Lovells Pond.

[Church, Oxford County, Maine.]

Jockey Cap, Fryeburgh, Me.

[View of Norway dwellings.]

[Church, Oxford County, Maine.]

[Saco River scenery, Hiram, Me.]

[Saco River scenery, Hiram, Me.]

Jockey Cap, Fryeburgh, Me.

Packing trout for home, Middle Dam, Me.

[View showing dwelings and streets of Norway with a boy and girl in foreground.]

[View showing dwelings and streets of Norway with a boy and girl in foreground.]

Mt. Kiarsarge [Kearsarge], from Jockey Cap, Fryeburgh, Me.

Saco River scenery, Hiram, Me.

[Horse pulling cart, Norway, Maine.]

[Streets of Norway, Maine.]

Mt. Kiarsarge [Kearsarge], from Jockey Cap, Fryeburgh, Me.

View in Fryeburgh, Me.

[View of Norway dwellings.]

Lovel's [Lovells] Pond, (scene of Indian fight), from Jockey Cap, Fryeburgh, Me.

Main Street, Bethel, Me.

[View of the street in Norway, Maine.]

Lovells Pond.

Jockey Cap, Fryeburgh, Me.

Saco River scenery, Hiram, Me.

[View of the street in Norway, Maine.]

Main Street, Bethel, Me.

Saco River scenery, Hiram, Me.

[Streets of Norway, Maine.]

[Horse pulling cart, Norway, Maine.]

Packing trout for home, Middle Dam, Me.

View of Paris Hill, Oxford County, Maine.

South Paris, May 30, 1876.

South Paris, May 30, 1876.

South Paris, May 30, 1876.

South Paris, May 30, 1876.

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