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David Clark shipyard, Kennebunkport, 1900

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Workers at the David Clark shipyard at Kennebunkport in 1900.

From left are Frank Winn of Wells, teamster; Abner Frank Chick, outboard joiner; David Clark, Master Builder; Horace Jordan, plank liner; George Perkins, carpenter and caulker; Cyrus Boston, axeman; George H. Clark (light shirt) forman.

In the doorway at the back, right are: Clinton Bonney, engineer; Francis Chick (?), a boy; Clement Clark, a boy; Charles Boston (son of Cyrus), axeman.

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