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Plan of Pine Hill Cemetery, South Orrington, ME. [...]
Sun, Sep 01, 2013
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Postcard sent to Miss Anna Dougherty in Brewer, ME. [...]
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The James E. Coburn was a four-masted schooner launched from South Orrington in July of 1919. It was built by the Boston and Penobscot Shipbuilding Company. [...]
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Fri, Jan 01, 1965
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The date for this photo is an estimate. Standing: Mrs. Gladys Perkins, Mrs. Evelyn Pierce, Mrs. Marion Clark, Mrs. Elizabeth Johnson, Mrs. Clara Adams, Mrs. Daisy Crowell, Mrs. Gertrude Lobley, Mrs. Hazel Simpson, Mrs. Ethel Bowden. Seated: Mrs. Inez Harris, Mrs. Myrtle Stubbs, Mrs. Clarice Gulnac, Mrs. Dorothy Leathers, Mrs. Jennie Perkins. [...]
Fri, Jan 01, 1960
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The date on this photo is estimated. [...]
Fri, Jan 01, 1960
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The date for this photo is an estimate. [...]
Fri, Jan 01, 1960
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The date for this photo is an estimate. [...]
Sun, Jan 01, 1950
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The date of this photo is estimated. [...]
Sun, Jan 01, 1950
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The date for this photo is an estimate. [...]
Sun, Jan 01, 1950
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The date for this photo is an estimate. [...]
Sun, Jan 01, 1950
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Sun, Jan 01, 1950
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The date for this photo is an estimate. [...]
Sun, Jan 01, 1950
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The date for this photo is an estimate. [...]
Sun, Jan 01, 1950
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The date for this photo is an estimate. [...]
Sun, Jan 01, 1950
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Thu, Jan 01, 1948
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This photo of Don Gregory, Ellen (Poore) Blake, Louine Spinney, and Leland Blake was taken at the Blake Farm in Orrington just before Louine Spinney's marriage to William Cotter on March 16, 1941. Don Gregory was one of Leland and Ellen Blake's foster sons. [...]
Wed, Jan 01, 1941
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Mon, Jan 01, 1940
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The date for this photo is an estimate. [...]
Mon, Jan 01, 1940
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This is a photo of Ferd Bowden in front of his general store. It was probably taken in the 1940s. The store was located on the main road near the turn for Center Drive Road. [...]
Mon, Jan 01, 1940
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The date for this photo is an estimate. [...]
Mon, Jan 01, 1940
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Possibly World War II training. The date for this photo is an estimate. Caption written on back of photo: Seated: Florence King, Elizabeth Crook, Ida Kelley, Hazel Simpson, Eleanor Andrews Standing, 1st Row: Ruth DeRosier, Theresa McLeary (?), Alice Gray, Mary Haskell, Thelma Bowden, Caroline Howard, Lucy DeLaval, Gladys Perkins, Lillian Hardy, Edith [...]
Mon, Jan 01, 1940
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Names listed on photo: Alton Seely, Diggar Ring, Mary Gray, Gerald Laughton, Carrie Smith, Fred Savage, Patricia Carlson, Paul Murray, George Laughton, Mabel Perkins, Melvin Young, Helen Stewart, Tommy McLean, Tony Hincks, Polly Kelly, Jim Bowden, Rosie Haskell, Clayton Rogers, Marguerite Baker, Hazel Baker, Thelma Hardy, Robert Jenkins, Lucy Hincks, [...]
Sun, Jan 01, 1939
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The pageant was performed next to the Town Pound on the River Road. [...]
Sat, Jan 01, 1938
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Fri, Jan 01, 1937
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The date for this photo is an estimate. [...]
Wed, Jan 01, 1930
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This photo, taken in 1918, displays the planking used for the James E. Coburn schooner. [...]
Tue, Jan 01, 1918
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This is a photo of the train station in South Orrington. On the right is the lumber that was used for the outer hull of the James E. Coburn schooner. [...]
Tue, Jan 01, 1918
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6 Responses to Photos

  1. Sharon D McLaughlin King

    I wish to be added to the historical society Registry.

    • OrringtonHS

      Do you mean the photo repository? If you have historical photos to share, we’d love to scan them and put them online for you.

  2. WHEN I MOVED OUT HERE, I DONATED OLD DEEDS OF
    MY PARENT’S HOME, GARVIN AND SYLVIA SMITH, TO THEHISTORICAL SOCIETY ALSO A BASKET MADE BY ME
    OF PINE NEEDLES TO THE SOCIETY FOR DISPLAY. SO
    PLEASED YOU HAVVE CONTINUED.

  3. i graduated from Blanche K. Blake School in 1943 and Brewer
    High School in 1947 and worked in Maine until the 1980’s
    when I moved to Washington State to live. I truly miss
    Maine!!!!

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