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One of several Fred Johnson photographs of the annual Waterford Winter Carnival, started in 1926 by the newly formed Oxford County United Parish. The events continued to be held until the beginning of World War II.
The building at left in the background was at one time the Stanton Ray Store, which burned in 1974. Center background was the Old Rowley Inn, formerly Forest House and Rice House, which also burned at a later date. At right is today Melby's Store, formerly Tut's and Perkins' Store.
About This Item
- Title: Winter Carnival at North Waterford, ca. 1926
- Creator: Fred H. Johnson
- Creation Date: circa 1926
- Subject Date: circa 1926
- Location: North Waterford, Oxford County, ME
- Media: Photographic print from glass negative
- Dimensions: 8 cm x 13 cm
- Collection: Fred H. Johnson Photos
- Object Type: Image
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- Winter carnivals--Maine--North Waterford
- Business enterprises--Maine--North Waterford
- Buildings--Maine--North Waterford
- Business districts--Maine--North Waterford
For more information about this item, contact:Waterford Historical Society
PO Box 201, Waterford, ME 04088
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