Harbor view at low tide, Friendship, ca. 1920
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The picture was taken looking north from Davis Point in Friendship, around 1920. In the far distance is the Jameson & Wotton Wharf. The exposed rocks at low tide suggest the wisdom of Sherman Jameson, who extended the length of the his wharf so that it was accessible even at low tide.
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