Winter scene in Boothbay Harbor, ca. 1920
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Although automobiles were becoming common by 1920, horses or oxen were required for moving heavy objects like this log, being pulled through the center of town on a snowy Townsend Avenue, probably bound for the Atlantic Coast Company (a couple of blocks away), builder of large schooners.
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