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This photograph captures a clear reflection on the surface of a flooded area. The photographer was George W. French, a native of Kezar Falls and a 1908 graduate of Bates College.
French took photographs of Maine economic and recreational scenes for the state Development Commission from 1936-1955. In the 1920s, he lived in New Jersey where he worked first for the Boy Scouts of America, and then as a professional photographer.
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