1910s era Photograph album, approximately 10-1/4" by 7-1/4", with photographs presumably from the Maine coastal area, possibly taken on or near the island of Islesboro, Maine.
Read a history of Islesboro on the Maine Memory Network website.
Sadly, the photographs are pasted on the pages. Of the few hanging loose, no information in written on the reverse.
There's a photograph of the F. S. Pendleton Ship Chandlery shop on Islesboro island and another of Swetts Pond, presumably the one in Orrington, Maine, about 50 miles from Islesboro by car and ferry.
The album contains over a hundred photographs of people, buildings and scenery, to include coastal scenes and what appears to be several photographs of what might be part of a lighthouse or vessel. Someone noted the resemblance of the man in the photographs at right, below, to Islesboro master mariner Phineas Leslie Rolerson (1856-1946).
Other photographs that might trigger an identification: [Please leave a comment or contact me directly if you recognize a person, building or scene.]
If you recognize a person, place or building in the photographs above, please leave a comment or contact me directly. If you have ancestors from Islesboro and send images, I'll gladly compare to see if these people appear in the album.