A black and white photograph of a man standing on a wooden structure next to a river. This is the first photograph in a small album in the Lovejoy - McLeod family papers. A note in the album says, "To Henry McLeod from his friends, E.P. Niswold and E.S. Niswold, September, 1907." Another note says Wm. Henry McLeod was a guide in the Maine woods taking people on fishing and hunting trips.
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MS 923 sc, Lovejoy-McLeod Family Papers
Lovejoy-McLeod, River, Man, Rocks, Black and White, Photograph