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Lincoln, Maine

A Town of Hearty, Resilient Souls

View of Lincoln from Ballard Hill, ca. 1913

Contributed by Lincoln Historical Society
MMN Item 33509 Item Details
View of Lincoln from Ballard Hill, ca. 1913
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A view of the town of Lincoln taken from Ballard Hill. Fish Hill is seen in the background with the Methodist Church tower seen on the left in front of the hill. On the extreme right, the railroad tracks can be seen on West Broadway. Left of the tracks, the white house with the big set of barns is what is now the Lincoln Historical Society Museum.

The identity of the lady driving the car is unknown but the car may be a Maxwell. This picture postcard was taken between 1913 and 1922, before electricity came to Lincoln and the Library and Worsted Mill was built.

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