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Steamer Katahdin, Moosehead Lake, 1911

Steamer Katahdin, Moosehead Lake, 1911

Circa 1904. "Old Orchard, Maine. Ocean Pier." After a long walk on this long pier: Drink Moxie!

Circa 1904. "Old Orchard, Maine. Ocean Pier." After a long walk on this long pier: Drink Moxie!

During the 1920s there was great patriotic feeling in the United States.  This child is dressed in a costume representing the American flag. Item # 5451 on Maine Memory Network

During the 1920s there was great patriotic feeling in the United States. This child is dressed in a costume representing the American flag. Item # 5451 on Maine Memory Network

1907 Knox Runabout stuck in the snow on the Eastern Promenade. Reproductions available online, VintageMaineImages.com

1907 Knox Runabout stuck in the snow on the Eastern Promenade. Reproductions available online, VintageMaineImages.com

Moosehead Lake Auto Barge

Moosehead Lake Auto Barge

vintage images of maine | maine head low Greetings from Vacationland: vintage Maine postcards

vintage images of maine | maine head low Greetings from Vacationland: vintage Maine postcards

Flagstaff is a ghost town and former town in Somerset County, Maine, United States, near the existing town of Eustis and about 20 miles north of Rangeley. The town was physically abandoned and dismantled (and legally disincorporated) in 1950 to allow construction of a hydroelectric dam on the Dead River, which enlarged Flagstaff Lake and submerged the site of the settlement.

Flagstaff is a ghost town and former town in Somerset County, Maine, United States, near the existing town of Eustis and about 20 miles north of Rangeley. The town was physically abandoned and dismantled (and legally disincorporated) in 1950 to allow construction of a hydroelectric dam on the Dead River, which enlarged Flagstaff Lake and submerged the site of the settlement.

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