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Workers, woodsmen, guides, Norcross, ca. 1900

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Hunting guides, woodsmen, and itinerant workers lived in this log building at Norcross.

In the photo are, Mel Scott, standing at far left; Bill Fowler, standing 4th from left; Joe Page, in cap, suspenders and pipe standing in the doorway; Albert F. Fowler, seated at far left; Bob McDougall seated with dog; R. Brooks, seated to right of dog; John J. Dwyer, cook, in apron, standing front row center; Henry Pelky, seated front row wearing tie and smoking a pipe.

This building was part of the Norcross House complex, owned by the Norcross Transportation Company.

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