According to information on the reverse, this photograph was taken about the 1920s at the St. Croix Paper Company at Woodland, a village located in the town of Baileyville, Maine, in Washington County.
It seems almost as if the photographer wanted to feature the broken window - perhaps the boys had been playing a bit of sandlot ball?
The men are identified on the reverse. There's also the name M. G. Foster written sideways on the reverse.
Front Row, left to right: Guy Potter; Joe Getz; Ernest Martel; Chick Kneeland; Everett Neil; and John Potter
Back Row, left to right: Everett Gilman; Martin Hunter; Ellis Abbott; Grandpa Potter; George Kent; Dave Clarke; and Harry Foster
Grandpa Potter might have been William B. Potter, who had sons John and Guy with wife Addie (Fickett) Potter.
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