STRATTON — The Dead River Area Historical Society’s pictorial 2014 calendars are now available.

The cover features Stratton High School Class of 1964 –  50 Years Ago with Colby Bean, Barbara Targett, Frank Caldwell, Douglas Townsend, Leo Harris, Connie Tague, Ray Henderson, Minnie Field and Christine Sylvester.

January Circa 1910 shows three businesses on Main Street, Stratton. February depicts the Eustis Memorial, Cathedral Pines, Eustis. March is Fred Townsend, 1957. April is a 2013 photo of the seven Brackett brothers and sisters, Daniel, Vincent, Peter, Lynn, Vivian, Cecile and Bettina. May features Church Street, Stratton, postmarked 1906.

June is a 1944 photo of a Cranberry Peak climbing party made up of Stratton residents John Kelley Jr., brother James Kelley and cousin Alice Williamson Berka. July depicts the grist mill and sawmill at Eustis Village, circa 1900.

August’s photo is four generations of Caldwells in 1948: Leslie, Ernest Sr., Ernest Jr. and Robert Caldwell. September features Mt. Bigelow and Stratton, circa 1900. October depicts Blanchard Avenue, Stratton, in the very early 1900s. November shows Betty Johnson Tasker and her family, 1977. December features the five McCutcheon boys — Larry, Errol, Louis and twins Gordon and Glendon — sitting on the running board of a 1926 car.

The back page of the calendar features a paragraph about each photograph.

Calendars are for sale at Pine’s Market and Fotter’s Market. They can also be purchased through the mail for $6 plus $2 for postage for each calendar. Send to: Dead River Area Historical Society, PO Box 15, Stratton, Maine 04982.

There are many pictorial calendars left from previous years for sale at $2.50 each. Cookbooks can also be ordered from the same address. They are $6 each or two for $10.

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