Genealogical and Family History of the State of Maine, Volume 3

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Lewis historical publishing Company, 1909 - Maine

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reviewed information regarding George S. Hunt. I believe I have photographs of the Hunt family, but I don't know what year. it seems to be of a vacation in cape cod and the gay head light house. some photos are of sally and george hunt, eleanor hunt, and a photo of fannie ella perry kibbee. i just wanted to know what the year of the photographs were and who they were. found them at a yard sale. 

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