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View of the shore line along the lake near the Old Gunner'sStand. This was a hunting point for birds by guest of the Monponsett Hotel.

A view from the island looking over East Monponsett.

Heading South off of White's Island.

View from White's Island looking toward West Monponsett Lake.

Fred Lock's boathouse turned into private residence. This once was the boathouse for J. L. Jones estate. The boathouse is seen in the distance across the West Lake.

Man with wagon heading onto White's Island.

Holmes Street looking north with Monponsett Pond (East Lake) on the left.

Dam site on Furnace Street at the head of Stump Pond. Planks appear to be some sort of bridge work over the water.

Old Home Day, Halifax, Massachusetts. September 3, 1938. James W. H. Baker and Guy S. Baker pose in front of automobiles waiting for the ball game to start.

Stone Weir marks the crossing on Snake River on the first Indian Trail through this region. The fording place is on the stream that runs through Halifax from Monponsett Pond to Robbins Pond. Today the water is dammed at Stone Weir to raise the level…
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