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A black and white photograph of three men standing in front of a Maine camp holding a mounted trophy fish. Autographed by newspaper columnist DeWitt Mackenzie to say, "Dear Charlie: Fame under false pretenses, but you and I look every inch fishermen behind the fish we didn't catch. Kind regards, DeWitt Mackenzie." Charley Miller is in the middle, but the man on the right isn't identified.

Stamped on the back, "Note to Editors: Nov 9 1935, Under each reproduction of this picture must be carried the following credit: 'Associated Press Photo,' This picture may not be syndicated, rented, or loaned nor used for advertising purposes. The Associated Press."

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Rights assessment remains the responsibility of the researcher. Associated Press restrictions noted in the item description. For more information, contact Fogler Library Special Collections.



Part Of

MS 348, Charley Miller Papers


Miller family, outdoors, sports, fishing, guides, Maine



Rights Statement

In Copyright