An image scanned from a postcard of a man holding a pot, standing next to a structure made of tree limbs. The words on the bottom of the postcard identify him as a cook in a logging camp. The place he is standing is identified as a "Bean-hole". Produced by the Hugh C. Leighton Company, Manufacturers, Portland, Maine. The card is not marked with a printing date, but was postmarked in 1906.
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Fogler Library, DigitalCommons@UMaine,
MS 1732, Dwight B. Demeritt collection
logging camp, Maine, cook, bean-hole, lumber industry