- Item 100138 - North Main Street, Northwest from the Rankin Block, Rockland, ca. 1875
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- Item 100138
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This is a view looking northwest up North Main Street from its intersection with Main Street in Rockland. The three-story brick building barely visible on the left is the Rankin Block.Show Details
Next to it stands a small, white, frame barbershop. A little farther up North Main Street stands a white frame house owned by Samuel Rankin and just beyond that is the two-story brick house built by David Gay and owned in 1875 by Samuel Rankin.
A cooper from Blackington's Corner or beyond is driving a wagon-load of empty barrels down the middle of North Main Street to a lime kiln along the shore.