Contributed by Old Berwick Historical Society
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This milk wagon represented the Goodwin Farm in a downtown parade, presumably the South Berwick Centennial Parade, 1914. The farm name, painted on the wagon's side, is just visible through the decorated wheel spokes. A note on the back of the photograph identifies the riders as Genie & Katherine & Charles R. Goodwin and the horses as Jopsey and Dinah.
Goodwin Farm, on the border of the towns of South Berwick and Berwick, was relinquished by the Goodwin family sometime before the mid 1900s. By the middle of the twentieth century, the plot had been renamed Outlook Farm and was farmed by Ralph and Lena Battis. In 2000, the farm became the Links at Outlook Golf Course.
About This Item
- Title: Milk wagon in a parade, South Berwick, ca. 1914
- Creation Date: circa 1914
- Subject Date: circa 1914
- Town: South Berwick
- County: USA
- State: ME
- Media: Photographic print
- Dimensions: 15.8 cm x 21.2 cm
- Collection: Donated by the Charles R. Goodwin Family
- Object Type: Image
For more information about this item, contact:Old Berwick Historical Society
P.O. Box 296; Corner of Main and Liberty Streets, South Berwick, ME 03908
Cross Reference Searches
LC Subject Headings
- Carriages & coaches--Maine--South Berwick
- Centennial celebrations--Maine--South Berwick
- Farms--Maine--South Berwick
- Flower arrangements
- Flowers--Maine--South Berwick
- Horse teams--Maine--South Berwick
- Horses--Maine--South Berwick
- South Berwick (Me.)--Maine--South Berwick
- milk wagon
- Portland Street
- South Berwick
- South Berwick Village District
- trolley system
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