Contributed by Lovell Historical Society
Cider Press in Lovell, 1892. From left are J. Emery, Wesley Heald and Alonzo D. Seavy.
"Among early colonists the apple orchard was an integral part of every homestead, not only for food, but also for drink. Hard cider was the national drink, being served at every meal. Like most rural towns, Lovell had many homemade cider mills and even in the 1890's most town families had a barrel or two of cider in the basement."-Living in Lovell: The Fall Harvest.
About This Item
- Title: Cider Press, Lovell, 1892
- Creator: Davis, E. G.
- Creation Date: 1892
- Subject Date: 1892
- Town: Lovell
- County: Oxford
- State: ME
- Media: Photographic print
- Dimensions: 13 cm x 22 cm
- Object Type: Image
Cross Reference Searches
Standardized Subject Headings
- Food industry--Maine--Lovell
- Beverage industry--Maine--Lovell
For more information about this item, contact:Lovell Historical Society
PO Box 166, Lovell, ME 04051
Use of this Item is not restricted by copyright and/or related rights, but the holding organization is contractually obligated to limit use. For more information, please contact the contributing organization. However, watermarked Maine Memory Network images may be used for educational purposes.
Please post your comment below to share with others. If you'd like to privately share a comment or correction with MMN staff, please use this form.