STRATTON — The Dead River Area Historical Society’s pictorial 2024 calendars are now available.

The cover features Stratton High School senior class of 1929 as it appeared in the Pinetum School Yearbook: Beatrice Leavitt, Vera Hobbs, Dilana Moody, Edward Scribner, Madeline Hennigar. This yearbook was in a collection of items originally belonging to Evelyn Viles Ware and recently given to the society by her son Carroll Ware of Skowhegan, according to a news release from Mary Henderson with the society.

Photos featured in calendar include: Stillness of Winter, Stratton; Boys Basketball Team, Stratton High School, 1931; Grist Mill and Saw Mill, Eustis Village; Main Street, Stratton; Big Tow at Trout Brook; Charles Lyman Eustis Monument, 1922 and 1923; Girls Basketball Team, Stratton High School, 1931; Sylvesters Inn, Eustis, on the Arnold Trail, a postcard postmarked 1934; Dead River Bridge, Flagstaff; Coburn House; Street view Stratton; and Mountain View from Stratton Village. The back page of this calendar features a paragraph about each photograph which greatly adds to the value of the calendars.

Calendars can be found for sale at Fotter’s Market, T&L Enterprises and Flagstaff General Store.

Calendars also can be purchased through the mail for $10 plus $2 for postage for each calendar. Send to Dead River Area Historical Society, P.O. Box 723, Stratton, ME 04982. There are many pictorial calendars left from previous years for sale at 50 cents each.

Those interested can also order a cookbook ($6 each or two for $10) from the same address.

For more information, call Henderson at 207-246-2271.


Check out upcoming area events!

Comments are not available on this story.

filed under: