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    Amber Oberle of Maine Adirondack Chairs uses a jigsaw to shape the distinctive rounded top of a nearly complete Adirondack chair.

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    Melissa May of Maine Adirondack Chairs pulls lengths of white cedar from a rack. The shop's three employees plane lumber and cut patterns on some days, and assemble on others.

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    Petra Mesaric, of Maine Adirondack Chairs, uses an orbital sander to put a smooth edge on a newly assembed chair.

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    Melissa May of Maine Adirondack Chairs sands a smooth finish on the top of a newly assembled chair before taking it outside.

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    Amber Oberle of Maine Adirondack Chairs measures before using a pattern to trace the distinctive curve of an Adirondack chair's top before sawing.

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    Rob Lemire, owner and founder of Maine Adirondack Chairs, loads one of three finished chairs into a customer's pickup truck bound for Cape Cod.

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    Melissa May of Thorndike hauls a newly assembled chair out of the workshop at Maine Adirondack Chairs.

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