Horse-drawn carriage leaving the Jameson & Wotton Wharf, ca. 1910Contributed by Friendship Museum
The carriage is carrying passengers who have just arrived on the steamboat <em>Mineola</em>, which is just barely visible at the end of the wharf. The handwriting on the photograph is that of Walter Wotton, co-owner of the wharf.
The <em>Mineola</em> brought passengers and cargo from Rockland to the north and from Portland to the south, with connecting lines to New York City.
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