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Old Orchard Beach
Annual Convention Maine State Zionists
(7/4/1926) - Karen Kornetsky Levine
Bertha Bornstein Girl Scout Leader Farewell
(1956) - Lisa Bornstein Brand
Lafayette Hotel, Old Orchard Beach, Celebration With Gov P Baxter
(1921) - Elaine Crasnick Kahaner
Nelson, Thorner, Cook women
(June, 1924) - Molly Schwartz Cinamon
Old Orchard Beach group I took the photos with my Brownie camera. I was 15 years of age, and
the others are about the same age.
I took the photos with my Brownie camera. I was 15 years of age, and
the others are about the same age: Charlotte Rolnick Schwab
(8/1/1948) - Charlotte Rolnick Schwab
Pauline, Martha, Lenore Osherowitz and Two Friends
(1931) - Gloria Bailey
(07/04/11) - Bangor Public Library
York and Cumberland County Jews Host Governor Percival Baxter at the Lafayette Hotel, Old Orchard Beach "The Jewish communities of York and Cumberland Counties held a reception in honor of Gov Percival Baxter in September 1922 in the Lafayette Hotel in Old Orchard Beach"
(Sept 1922) - Abe Peck & Jean Marcus Peck
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