Contributed by United Society of Shakers
Friends often came down from the Poland Spring Hotel to accompany members of the community on automobile rides.
At left is the community's first car, a Silent Seldon purchased in 1909 from Fred A. Nickerson of Portland for $2,100. Nickerson was president of F.A. Nickerson, the Pierce-Arrow representative in Portland.
Elder Delmer Wilson is at the wheel. The passenger in the front seat of the second car is Elder William Dumont.
About This Item
- Title: Going for an Evening Ride, Sabbathday Lake, 1913
- Creator: United Society of Shakers
- Creation Date: 1913-05-30
- Subject Date: 1913-05-30
- Local Name: Sabbathday Lake
- Town: New Gloucester
- County: Cumberland
- State: ME
- Media: Slide from an original photograph
- Local Code: ITE 49
- Object Type: Image
Cross Reference Searches
Standardized Subject Headings
- Shakers--Social life and customs
- United Society of Shakers--Maine
- Poland Spring Hotel (Poland, Me.)
- Shakers--Missions--Maine--Sabbathday Lake
- Christian communities
- Delmer Charles Wilson
- New Gloucester
- New Hampshire
- Poland Springs Hotel (Poland, Me.)
- Recreation & leisure
- Religion & philosophy
- Religious community
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707 Shaker Road, New Gloucester, ME 04260
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