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    Historian Walter Skold of Freeport visits the gravesite of Maine poet Holman Day at Nichols Cemetery in Vassalboro on Monday. This was the 601st poet's gravesite Skold has visited. Skold said Holman Day's grave marker is the first one to list the college he graduated from and the year he graduated. "This is exciting, it's different," said Skold, who has visited gravesites in 46 states.

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    Historian Walter Skold of Freeport holds a book of poetry by once-famous Maine poet Holman Day while visiting his grave at Nichols Cemetery in Vassalboro on Monday. This was the 601st poet's gravesite Skold has visited.

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    Historian Walter Skold of Freeport looks at a book of poety by Maine poet Holman Day while visiting his gravesite at Nichols Cemetery in Vassalboro on Monday.

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    After discovering the grave location of Maine poet Holman Day, historian Walter Skold points to it at Nichols Cemetery in Vassalboro on Monday.

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    The gravesite of Maine poet Holman Day at Nichols Cemetery in Vassalboro includes the year he graduated from Colby College — 1887. It was the 601st poet's grave that Freeport's Walter Skold has visited.

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