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Alford Lake, Maine

 Subject
Subject Source: Getty Thesaurus of Geographic Names

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Cooking By The Campfire--Camp Alford--Hope, 1941

 Item — Box 10: Series US-MeSA-547 [Barcode: 210812], Negative: AF529
Identifier: G547-210812-AF529
Content Description From the Collection: George Washington French (1882-1970) was born in Kezar Falls, Maine to John F. (1851-1926) and Francena (Towel) French (1860-1950). George was the second of four children. His older brother William R. (1879-1953) known as Will, was a Maine Guide. He also had a younger sister Mabel D. Bragdon and a younger brother Earnest “Ern” (1891-1916). He attended Parsonsfield Seminary, Bridgton Academy, and Bates College where he excelled as an athlete. He taught and coached at Deerfield and Monson...
Dates: 1941

Girls Catching Butterflies--Alford Lake Girls Camp, 1941

 Item — Box 10: Series US-MeSA-547 [Barcode: 210812], Negative: AF527
Identifier: G547-210812-AF527
Content Description From the Collection: George Washington French (1882-1970) was born in Kezar Falls, Maine to John F. (1851-1926) and Francena (Towel) French (1860-1950). George was the second of four children. His older brother William R. (1879-1953) known as Will, was a Maine Guide. He also had a younger sister Mabel D. Bragdon and a younger brother Earnest “Ern” (1891-1916). He attended Parsonsfield Seminary, Bridgton Academy, and Bates College where he excelled as an athlete. He taught and coached at Deerfield and Monson...
Dates: 1941

Girls Taking Tennis Lessons At Alford Lake Girls Camp In Hope, 1941

 Item — Box 10: Series US-MeSA-547 [Barcode: 210812], Negative: AF528
Identifier: G547-210812-AF528
Content Description From the Collection: George Washington French (1882-1970) was born in Kezar Falls, Maine to John F. (1851-1926) and Francena (Towel) French (1860-1950). George was the second of four children. His older brother William R. (1879-1953) known as Will, was a Maine Guide. He also had a younger sister Mabel D. Bragdon and a younger brother Earnest “Ern” (1891-1916). He attended Parsonsfield Seminary, Bridgton Academy, and Bates College where he excelled as an athlete. He taught and coached at Deerfield and Monson...
Dates: 1941

Line Of Riders On A Ridgeline In South Hope, 1942

 Item — Box 11: Series US-MeSA-547 [Barcode: 210840], Negative: AF669
Identifier: G547-210840-AF669
Content Description From the Collection: George Washington French (1882-1970) was born in Kezar Falls, Maine to John F. (1851-1926) and Francena (Towel) French (1860-1950). George was the second of four children. His older brother William R. (1879-1953) known as Will, was a Maine Guide. He also had a younger sister Mabel D. Bragdon and a younger brother Earnest “Ern” (1891-1916). He attended Parsonsfield Seminary, Bridgton Academy, and Bates College where he excelled as an athlete. He taught and coached at Deerfield and Monson...
Dates: 1942