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Kennebec County

Fort Halifax, Bult 1754, Waterville -- (Ft. Halifax is actually in Winslow, not Waterville)

Camp Vega, Echo Lake, Fayette

Panorama of Hallowell

Reading Room, Maranacook Hotel, Maranacook

Messalonskee Stream Cascade, Oakland

Elmwood Hotel, Readfield

Electric Station, National Soldiers Home, Togus

Electric Station, Togus

Hollingsworth & Whitney Co. Mill and Office, Winslow

High School, Winthrop

State Capitol, Augusta

Home Office, The Giant Oxie Co., Augusta

Edwards & Co. Cotton Mills, Augusta

Fort Western and Block House, Built 1754, Augusta

Monument Park, Augusta

Y. M. C. A., Augusta

The Governor's Residence, Former Home of James G. Blaine, Augusta

New Main Central Station, Augusta

Residence of Percy V. Hill, Augusta

Maine Insane Hospital, Northeast View, Augusta

Insane Hospital, Main Entrance, Augusta
Belgrade Lakes

The Locusts House, Belgrade Lakes

Dining Room, Hillside Camps, Belgrade Lakes

View of Belgrade and Long Lake, Belgrade Lakes [1917]

The Belgrade, Belgrade Lakes

High School, Gardiner

High School, Gardiner

R. P. Hazzard Co. Shoe Factory, Gardiner [1913]

Roberts Union and Women's Union, Colby College, Waterville

Lorimer Chapel, Colby College, Waterville

Campus, Colby College, Waterville

Foss Hall, Colby College, Waterville

Lockwood Cotton Mills, Waterville

Lockwood Mills, Waterville

Main Street, Looking North, Waterville [1930]

Main Street, Waterville

Elmwood Hotel, Waterville

On the Messalonskee, Waterville

New High School, Waterville

Railroad Bridge, Waterville

Hollingsworth & Whitney Pulp Mills, Waterville

Soldiers' Monument, Monument Park, Waterville

Bird's-Eye View of Winthrop from Across Lake Maranacook

Upper Dam Brisge, Winthrop

Advertising Card for Old Home Week, August 9-15, 1908, Bowdin St. (on the left) Main St., Winthrop

Lake Cobbosseecontee, Winthrop

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