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Hill Students. Front: Tim Jewett, Gayle Howland Moholland, her sister
Sharon Howland. Back Pam
Currier Delmonaco, Debbie Mitchell, and Linda Burns.
|Calais Brass Band started by Henry Karl Baker. Left to right: David Driscoll, seated, Shirley Grant, David Dodge, Ora Berry, second row seated David McCollough, Jack Alley, Carl Mowatt, standing right, unknown. David Dodge left Calais to join the US Navy Band where he served for twenty two years.||S-41 Amphibian PanAm Plane lands at Barbour's Beach. Inaugural flight of the new Halifax - St John - Calais -Bangor - Rockland - Portland - Boston route, a thrice weekly service began by Pan Am in the summer of 1931. Stops at Calais only lasted about 2 months.||Watching for plane at Devil's Head.|
|Plane arrives at Devil's Head.||S-41 Airplane||Newspaper Article.||Paul Kelley|
|Main St. Ryan's Lunch, Irvine Florist, Whitlock's||Alan & John Kershules||Bob Treworgy Crowning Frontier Queen Pat Stewart||Parade on Bridge Frontier Week 1961|
|Premier Robichaud & Gov. Reed Frontier Week||Ted Williams Frontier Week 1961||1943 Memorial Day Parade by State Theater Main St.||Band Marching in Front of State Theater|
|Bicycle Parade Main St.||July 1, 1942 Victory Parade||Knight Memorial Church||Main St. Parade|
|Methodist Church Main St. Being Demolished||1962 Hill's Bowling Alley||Bobby Kerr City Marshall||1950's Corner of Monroe & Main|
|Hill's Bowling Alley 1962||Horse Drawn Water Wagon||1931 Legion Convention||1931 Legion Parade|
|Indian Band at Legion Convention||Indian Band During Legion Convention||Legion Parade 1931||Legion Women|
|St. Croix Hotel||Main Street, Calais||Close up of auto on Main St.||Catholic Church Picnic|
|Catholic Church Picnic||Catholic Church Picnic||Calais Railroad Looking South in Winter||Cottleville School, Bog Brook|
|Hinckley Hill Looking Towards Golf Course 1930s||Horse & Sleigh on Snow Covered Road||Street Car About Half Way Up Hinckley Hill||View of Hinckley Hill|
|Bank Corner in 1890s||Bank Corner 1890s IOOF Hall||Calais National Bank||IOOF Hall, Church Street|
|1922 Buicks, Stow, Iveny, Woodman, Stanley||Calais City Council 1926||Rigley Hanging in Effigy (Lost Bet to Woodman)||Rigley 1928 Near Corner of Main St. & Monroe|
|Rigley's Ride, Methodist Church to Right||Cassidy's, Ross Bros, Jim Kelly||John Cassidy & the Boys||Ross Bros. & Silverstone's|
|Kelly's, Silverman's & McAllister's||Kelly's & Cassidy's - Parade||McAllister's & Robbin's Early Main Street||Cart Pulling Barrel Advertising Robin's & Sons|
|McAllister's Drug Store Now Markoff's Book Store||Cassidy's||Scholl's & McFaul's||Trimble Bros, Western Union, Grants|
|Church St. Former Scholl's Funeral Home||Cole Bridges, Scholl's Florist, Todd's Circa 1950s||Customs House Now the Schooner Block Circa 1880s||Main St. Todd's Now Schooner Block|
|Schooner Block Pre 1895||Schooner Restaurant||Eastern Maine Appliance, Todd's, Clili Pub, Now Schooner Block||Beginning of Calais 1870 Fire which began on Sawyer Street|
|Calais Centennial Fire Station & City Hall||Calais Girls' & Boys' Basketball Teams||Civil War Band||Fire Engine "Eagle"|
|Fire Engine Waiting for Horse||Fire Hall Built in 1874||Firemen's Float in Front of Fire Hall||Herb Gibson, Bud Tracy, Phil Manship, Fred McPheters, John Cassidy, Al Jensen, Bill Eastman, Emerson Higgins, W Hinton, Charles Unobskey, Bill Tracy and Larry Hall|
|1958 Calais Theater Burns||Milltown, NB Band||Chase, Barker & Co. Union St.||Sailing Trip 1880|
|A. Levy Clothing Store, Main St.||A. Levy & Woolworth's 20s or 30s||Fishman's, Woolworth's, Newberry's||Main St. Fishman's now Border Subs|
|Main St. Newberry's or Woolworth's||Holy Name Team 1933 Calais - Front from left: Dana Miles, Mike Casey, "Shim" Curren and Paul Donovan. Middle- Manager Jim Donovan, Rear from left: Ted McLain, Phil Trainor, Theo McLain, "Peach" Driscoll, Leonard Sabattus and Jack Casey.||Calais Band in Houlton 1918||Ted McLain's 8 Daughters|
|Baring Bridge to Upper Mills||Baring from Canada||Baring General Store||Baring RR Bridge|
|Baring's Chase Mills||Baseball Game in Baring||Bridge Connecting Baring & Upper Mills||Gov. Brewster Visits Chase Mills 1925|
|Granville Chase Float 1925||Church St. Pike Opera House||Class Play 1883||Church St., Wooden Sidewalks|
|Looking up Church St. from Maine||Main St. Looking East||Original Congregational Church||Boston Shoe Store|
|Tom Chambers & Jag||Jag 120||1948 Silverman's, IGA Main St.||Shoeshine Boy St. Croix Hotel|
|Tom Chambers with Jag|
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