Contributed by Alan & Gloria Edwards through Lincoln Historical Society
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The Plaisted Tannery burned in 1899. It was located where the Lincoln Pulp and Tissue mill parking lot is now located. It was never rebuilt. This tannery had been built by William Plaisted and Sons in the fall of 1870. William moved to Kansas after the tannery burned.
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- Title: Plaisted Tannery Fire, Lincoln, 1899
- Creation Date: 1899
- Subject Date: 1899
- Location: Lincoln, Penobscot County, ME
- Media: Cyanotype
- Object Type: Image
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