Contributed by Patten Lumbermen's Museum
One of the several buildings that house the artifacts at the Patten Lumbermen's Museum in Patten. In 2022, this was the "Tool Shed." The Patten Lumbermen’s Museum was founded in 1963 by Lore Rogers and Caleb Scribner. The Museum documents Maine Logging History by preserving the logging heritage and accomplishments of early inhabitants of the state of Maine. The museum houses some of Maine’s most notable contributions to the early mechanization of logging, including the Lombard Steam Hauler, Lombard Gas Hauler, and the Peavey Cant Dog.
About This Item
- Title: One of the buildings at the Patten Lumbermen's Museum, Patten, ca. 1965
- Creation Date: circa 1965
- Subject Date: circa 1965
- Location: Patten, Penobscot County, ME
- Media: photographic print
- Local Code: Neg. No. 852-A
- Object Type: Image
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For more information about this item, contact:Patten Lumbermen's Museum
P.O. Box 300, Patten, ME 04765
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