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Photo, Print, Drawing Buildings and scenes, Upper St. John River Valley, area, Maine

About this Item

Title

  • Buildings and scenes, Upper St. John River Valley, area, Maine

Names

  • Brassieur, C. Ray (Research team member)
  • Whitman, David A., 1950- (Photographer)

Created / Published

  • St. John River Valley, Maine, July 5, 1991

Headings

  • -  Folklore--Maine
  • -  Photographs
  • -  Ethnography
  • -  Documentary photographs
  • -  United States -- Maine -- St. John River Valley

Genre

  • Photographs
  • Ethnography
  • Documentary photographs

Notes

  • -  Index data: A variety of miscellaneous scenes in the study area; 1, Abandoned dairy bar at Eagle Lake; 2, A building in Eagle Lake, perhaps a former fire house; 3-4, Motorized canoe on Eagle Lake; 5, Farmland in the eastern part of Fort Kent; 6, Twilight on Eagle Lake, as seen from the deck of the camp occupied by fieldworkers Ray Brassieur and David Whitman; 7, See #5; 8-9, Abandoned agricultural equipment; a large number of farmers in the study area have quit farming; 10, Spraying in the potato fields; 11, Foundation stone of early church in Lille with crosses carved into it; 12-15, Downtown Fort Kent on July 4th weekend; more flags in evidence than usual, and a patriotic message at the gas station; 16, New pickup truck at a car dealer in Fort Kent; the bright blue/green color is popular on houses; 17-19, Flag on a rock by the Fish River in Fort Kent; white building in the background is an abandoned starch factory; 20, Dock at Eagle Lake Marina; pontoon craft is a commercial tour boat preparing to depart.

Medium

  • 35 mm color slide

Call Number/Physical Location

  • Call number: AFC 1991/029: DW-C037
  • Field project identifier: MAP-DW-C037

Source Collection

  • Maine Acadian Cultural Survey collection (AFC 1991/029)

Repository

  • American Folklife Center

Digital Id

Online Format

  • image

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Credit line: Maine Acadian Cultural Survey collection (AFC 1991/029), American Folklife Center, Library of Congress

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Chicago citation style:

Brassieur, C. Ray, and David A Whitman. Buildings and scenes, Upper St. John River Valley, area, Maine. United States St. John River Valley Maine, 1991. St. John River Valley, Maine, July 5. Photograph. https://www.loc.gov/item/afc1991029_dw_c037/.

APA citation style:

Brassieur, C. R. & Whitman, D. A. (1991) Buildings and scenes, Upper St. John River Valley, area, Maine. United States St. John River Valley Maine, 1991. St. John River Valley, Maine, July 5. [Photograph] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/afc1991029_dw_c037/.

MLA citation style:

Brassieur, C. Ray, and David A Whitman. Buildings and scenes, Upper St. John River Valley, area, Maine. St. John River Valley, Maine, July 5. Photograph. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/afc1991029_dw_c037/>.