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Our chefs in the kitchen, Sandy Point Camp

Sandy Point Camp on Ragged Lake, Maine was one of the camps John W.G. Dunn and his friends used while hunting and fishing during the summer months in the late 1800s and early 1900s. The seated man is Maine Guide Henry Tremblay. This trip to Ragged Lake included Charles Bullen Dunn, John W.G. Dunn, guides Henry Tremblay and George Cripps, and the water spaniels Ben and Grouse.

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Contributors
Other : Dunn, John W.

Subjects
Campfires -- Maine -- Photographs
Camping -- Maine
Cooking -- Maine
Dunn, John W.
Hunting -- Maine
Ragged Lake (Me.)
Sandy Point Camp (Ragged Lake, Me.) -- Photographs
Tremblay, Henry

Source
Maine Historical Society

Coverage
1896-01-01

Collection
Maine Historical Society

Rights
Maine Historical Society