Index to Photographs

Andover

Appleton

Aroostook

Auburn

Augusta

Bangor

Bangor/ South Portland

Bar Harbor

  • Nathan Emdur portrait 1900      
  • Louis Emdur portrait 1918      
  • Emdurs Furniture ad 1935   This store belonged to my Grandfather’s cousin Nathan Emdur, and my great uncle, Louis Emdur. They lived in Bar Harbor from about 1916 until they both passed away in the mid 1930s: Stephen Smith    

Bath

Belfast

Belgrade

Belgrade Lakes

Biddeford

Biddeford-Saco

Biddeford/Portland

Boothbay Harbor

Boston

Boynton Beach

Boynton Beach, Florida

Bridgton

Brooklyn

Brunswick

Brunswick/ Portland

Calais

Cambridge

Canaan

Caribou

Casco

Charlotte, NC

Connecticut

Cuba

Delray Beach

Denmark

Dexter

East Machias

Eastport

Fall River, MA

Falmouth

Farmingdale

Farmington

Fayette

Fort Kent

Fort Sill, Oklahoma

Franklin

Fryeburg

Gardiner

Georgetown Island

GP

Harrison

Industry

Klimontow

Lakewood

Lewiston

Lewiston-Auburn

Lewiston/ Waterville/ Orono

Litchfield

Loring Air Force Base

Madawaska

  • Chain Apparel Shops   "The Chain Apparel Shops, located in Madawaska were owned by Irving Broder, who also owned several stores in Bangor"    

Maine - statewide

Mars Hill

Massachusetts

Montreal

Montreal, QB

Mt Vernon

New Auburn

New Gloucester

New Hampshire

New Haven, CT

New York City

Newport

  • Shapiro's Market a Business in one of Maine's Small Towns      
  • Shapiros market 1952   Mel Boyle on left, with Howard Shapro , owner of the store on the corner of Main Street and Mill Street, later became Foster's, now the bottle redemption center. Check out all the wares for sale. Howard later opened the Tastee-Freeze out at Frog Pond Corn    
  • Shapiros Market 1952   The store was on the corner of Main Street and Mill Street, later became Foster's, now in 2018 the bottle redemption center: Deb and Harry Nelson    

North Windham

Norway

Not Yet Identified

Oakland

Old Orchard Beach

Old Town

Orono

Otisfield

Oxford

Poland

Poland, Me

Portland

Portland/ Alfred

Presque Isle

Providence, RI

Randolph

Rangeley

  • Furniture Salesman summer getaway   A bunch of furniture guys would take a fishing trip each year. They were known as the Lucky 'leven sine there were eleven of them This was either in Rangeley or was at West Shore Camps on Sebago. Not sure: Jocelyn Pollard    

Raymond

Readfield

Rockland

Rome, ME

Rorbakh, Ukraine

Rumford

Russia

S. Portland

Saco

San Francisco, CA

Sanford

Scarborough

Sidney

Skowhegan

South Paris

South Portland

Sweden

  • Camp Tapawingo group photo I 1928      
  • Camp Tapawingo group swimming 1928   My mother, Irma Rae Bloch (Erdreich) was born and lived in Selma, Alabama. She attended Camp Tapawingo in the late 1920s: Barbara E. Fine    
  • Camp Tapawingo 1958   My sisters and I attended the camp during the years 1954 - 1960. Each of us went for 3 to 4 summers. All campers and counselors wore uniforms. : Barbara Erdreich Fine    
  • Camp Tapawingo group photo 1959   My sisters and I attended the camp during the years 1954 - 1960. Each of us went for 3 to 4 summers. All campers and counselors wore uniforms. : Barbara Erdreich Fine    

to be determined

Tripp Lake

Ukraine

Union

unknown

Warsaw

Washington DC

Waterville

Weld, Me

Westbrook

White Russia

Whitefield

Windham

York