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Touring Penobscot’s history

The Penobscot Historical Society opened its grounds and builds on July 29 and July 30 for tours to mark the annual, state-wide Touring Through Time event.

General store

General store

The porch of the Penobscot Historical Society General Store was a fine place to catch a summer afternoon’s breeze and neighborly news on July 29.

Photo by Anne Berleant

Berwyn Peasley

Berwyn Peasley

Berwyn Peasley finds a spot in the Penobscot Historical Society General Store to sit for a while on July 29.

Photo by Anne Berleant

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Cannery

Cannery

Original canned goods from the canning factory on Northern Bay Road are displayed in the Penobscot Historical Society General Store.

Photo by Anne Berleant

Grindell clock

Grindell clock

A clock reflecting the 19th century time period of the Penobscot Historical Society farmhouse, donated by Halford Grindell.

Photo by Anne Berleant

Old and new

Old and new

Carla Hutchins stops by the Penobscot Historical Society’s General Store on July 29 in some modern garb.

Photo by Anne Berleant

Bake sale

Bake sale

Alden Blodgett takes a turn behind the table of baked goods at the Penobscot Historical Society on July 29.

Photo by Anne Berleant