A scanned black and white photograph shows a large rock wall. There is a door into the structure, and a white sign that reads "Jefferson Cattle Pound, Built 1929 Silas Noyes For Twenty Eight Dollars" is over the doorway. A man is standing under the sign. A written caption "Old Cattle Pound, 1829, Jefferson, Me" is below the photo.
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MS 156, Franklin Eaton Photographs
Lincoln County, historic animal pound, historic sign, man next to rock wall