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Views of Etna Campground.

Dr. G.B. Cloughs [standing in front of fences by the horse-drawn cart with a coacher].

Brick Hall, Maine State College, Orono.

[Church, Lincoln, Maine.]

[People, posed on the porch of their cottage, South Orrington.]

The Haunted Mill.

Buchanan Fisher, Corrina [Corinna], Maine.

[Winter, Lincoln, Maine.]

Views of Etna Campground.

Dr. O. Fitzgerald's [office?], Dexter, Maine.

The Haunted Mill.

View from hill, looking south, Dexter, Me.

Engin[e] Hall, Dexter, Me.

[Church, Lincoln, Maine.]

Universalist Church. (The house just side that you can see a little of, is Mr. Ayers'). Dexter, Me.

Dr. O. Fitzgerald's [office?], Dexter, Maine.

Views of Etna Campground.

[View of] Lee, Maine.

Bank block, Dexter, Maine.

[Winter, Lincoln, Maine.]

Brick Hall, Maine State College, Orono.

[View of] Lee, Maine.

[A steamboat at a landing, Winterport, Maine.]

Views of Etna Campground.

Buchanan Fisher, Corrina [Corinna], Maine.

Indian Island, Old Town, Me.

The Haunted Mill.

[Fire Engine House, Dexter, Me.]

Engin[e] Hall, Dexter, Me.

The Haunted Mill.

[Fire Engine House, Dexter, Me.]

Views of Etna Campground.

Bank block, Dexter, Maine.

Views of Etna Campground.

Views of Etna Campground.

[Church, Old Town, Maine.]

View from hill, looking south, Dexter, Me.

Views of Etna Campground.

[People, posed on the porch of their cottage, South Orrington.]

Views of Etna Campground.

Indian Island, Old Town, Me.

[A steamboat at a landing, Winterport, Maine.]

Universalist Church. (The house just side that you can see a little of, is Mr. Ayers'). Dexter, Me.

[Church, Old Town, Maine.]

Views of Etna Campground.

Dr. G.B. Cloughs [standing in front of fences by the horse-drawn cart with a coacher].

Penobscot River salmon fishing, discussing the catch.

Penobscot River salmon fishing, discussing the catch.

[Boats and steamboat in the bay, South Orrington.]

[Boats and steamboat in the bay, South Orrington.]

[View of homes in South Orrington, Maine.]

[View of homes in South Orrington, Maine.]

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