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A scan of a "third souvenir edition" of a 38 page pamphlet that includes a poem by Reverend Leonard W. A. Luckey, Ph. D. The poem is illustrated with several photographs of the Bar Harbor area, including the Otter Creek Cliffs, Sieur De Monts Road and Spring, tent camping in Lafayette (now Acadia) National Park, and Cadillac Mountain, noting that it had been known as Green Mountain.
Cover title: Maine's Great Coast Resort, Bar Harbor, the Gateway of the Lafayette National Park.
Luckey, Leonard Wilson Arnold, "The Morning Dawn, Bar Harbor, Maine: a Very Comprehensive Poem Illustrating and Describing the Scenic Beauty of the United States; Lafayette National Park, the Queen of Resorts" (1923). Maine History Documents. 43.
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