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Dover-Foxcroft Historical society
Preserving the rich heritage of Dover and Foxcroft, Maine

Photo Gallery - Page 3

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Jane (Mansfield) Paul, wife of Silas Paul.
Born 1819 in Camden, Maine,
dau. of Thomas & Hannah (Gibbs) Mansfield.
(our webmaster's 1st cousin 4 times removed)

Photo of a special excursion train arriving at the Foxcroft Station ca. 1900.  Special trains ran for events such as the fair, circuses, etc.

Maine's only oil well in 1922 in South Dover.
A group of investors tried for oil ... and failed.

The Dover Long Bridge taken in winter ca. 1900.
Image was taken from a glass plate negative.

Train in Foxcroft, photo undated.

Photo of 3 men on a bike.  It is part of a series of what looks to be bike parade, along with bands, etc.

The Free Baptist Church (also known as the Free Will Baptist Church) in Dover ca. 1900.

The Christian Science Church on Lincoln Street in  Foxcroft (now a private home) ca. 1912.

A wintry view, undated but probably 1900-1910.

Postcard of the Piscataquis River, ca. 1909.

Another postcard view of the Piscataquis River, ca. 1905.

The steamer Helen A. at Sebec Lake, undated.

Postcard of Sebec Lake, probably in the 1940's.

Photo postcard that says Greetings from Sebec Lake, Dover-Foxcroft, postmarked 1969.  It shows autumn foliage along Sebec Lake.

Photo postcard of the Post Office, probably not long after it was built in 1939.

Colored postcard of the Dover Long Bridge.
Note the Dover Falls (below) on the right side of this view.


Color postcard of Dover Falls. 

Postcard photo taken by Paul A. Knaut, Jr.  It says it is a view from the Narrows (Sebec Lake) looking toward Canoodin Point and Boarstone Mountain.  One of the first three lakes where the land-lacked salmon originated.


Portrait of Joseph B. Peaks


Postcard of Mayo & Son's Mill, Foxcroft.

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