Main Street, Monhegan, circa 1895
8″x10″ photo print
This image was captured by S. P. Rolt Triscott, the first artist to live year-round on Monhegan. It depicts William S. Humphrey, captain of the mailboat “Effort”, leading his oxen up the main road near the schoolhouse. To the left is a shed where the Lupine Gallery stands currently; and in the center behind the oxen is a barn in what is now the lupine field at the beginning of the road to the wharf.
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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