|Title||Photographic negative depicting 4-horse stagecoach overflowing with passengers, Fryeburg, Maine, 1886|
|Collection||Horse-Drawn Vehicles - Maine|
|Object Name||Negative, Film|
|Caption||Maine, 1886: Lovell-to-Fryeburg stagecoach loaded with passengers|
|Scope & Content||
Photographic negative depicting 4-horse stagecoach overflowing with passengers (at least 13, including the driver), Main Street, Fryeburg, Maine. Of the visible passengers, those atop the coach are male; female passengers are inside the coach. Passengers include many members of the Poland family. Stage driver Dean Wiley owned the Fryeburg-Lovell coach line and was a Lovell resident. In the background is the American House, a hotel at the corner of Fore and Lime.
Notes on envelope: "Stage coach between Lovell and Fryeburg. Photo taken in 1886." Printed on edge of image: "Harrison and Fryeburg" and [Cumberland County, Maine photographer] "C.R. Smith". Original image was tacked to a wall or bulletin board. B&W. 4"x5".
Poland, Edward F., 1859-1938
Poland, Everett F., 1882-1957
Poland, John Calvin Sr., 1847-1927
Poland, John Calvin Jr., 1886-1969
Poland, Lawrence F., 1887-1954
Wiley, Dean H., 1836-1908
|Year Range from||1886|
|Year Range to||1886|