- Item 15616 - Walter Mansur and E. B. White, Aroostook Woods, ca. 1895
- Contributed by Aroostook County Historical and Art Museum
- Item 15616
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Walter Mansur and (Edward) E. B. White camping in the Aroostook Woods with a tent made by White. In 1882 Walter Mansur was president of the First National Bank of Houlton, president of the Houlton Water Company and chief engineer of the Houlton Fire Department. In 1892 he was the first president of the Houlton Fish and Game Association. Charles West, author of "The Aroostook Woods" (1892) dedicated his book to his good friend, Walter Mansur.Show Details
(Edward) E. B. White, was a merchant with a jewelry shop in Houlton. White, a skilled amateur photographer and founding member of the Houlton Fish and Game Association, traveled throughout southern and central Aroostook County hunting, fishing, camping, and photographing the northern Maine woods.