Flooded Meadow circa 1890
8″x10″ photo print
This late nineteenth century image shows the 1784 House on the far right, with the Vaughan house next to it. The barns to the left, near Swim Beach, are no longer standing. The meadow was routinely flooded during the winter months up until the middle of the twentieth century. This large open expanse of ice would be used for skating and ice boating.
Thank you for supporting the Monhegan Museum with your purchase of this archival photographic print. This image is printed with an Epson Stylus Photo R2400 with Ultrachrome K3 archival inks on Moab Entrada 100% cotton rag paper.
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