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Image from page 7 of “The sea coast resorts of eastern Maine, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, and Cape Breton” (1893)
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Title: The sea coast resorts of eastern Maine, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, and Cape Breton
Year: 1893 (1890s)
Authors: International Steamship Company
Subjects: Seaside resorts
Publisher: [Boston, s.n.]
Contributing Library: Queen’s University Library, W.D. Jordan Special Collections and Music Library
Digitizing Sponsor: Queen’s University – University of Toronto Libraries
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Text Appearing Before Image:
SPECIAL NOTICE.— A fine pier and warehouseare in course of construction at Lubec, Maine. Thesteamers of this Company will make regular landingsthere after the completion of the pier (probably in July). Since this book was printed, the fares to most of thepoints have been slightly advanced.
Text Appearing After Image:
THE 5ea Coast Resorts Eastern Maine, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia,Prince Edward Island, and Cape Breton. PUBLISHED BY THE INTERNATIONAL STEAMSHIP COMPANY. Tickets and General Information may be obtained at the following Agencies of the Company:—E. A. WALDRON GENERAL AGENT, COMMERCIAL WHARF, BOSTON. Local Agents. Boston, Mass Chas. F. Conn, City Ticket Agent, 207 Washington Street. Portland, Me H. P. C. Hersey, Railroad Wharf. Eastport, Me A. H. Leavitt, International S. S. Companys Wharf. Calais, Me Jas. L. Thompson, Frontier Steamboat Company. St. John, N.B C. E. Laechler, Reeds Point Wharf. Tickets can be obtained at offices of Southern and Western Lines; the Fall River, Providence,Stonington and Norwich lines of steamers; also in New England and the Provinces. J. B. COYLE, Manager, E. A. WALDRON, General Agent, Portland, Me. Boston, Mass. C. H. SANBORN, General Travelling Agent, Boston, Mass. PREFACE. Recognizing the fact that the space afforded in this book will notpermit a libera
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