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Viewing: Ice

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Newspaper Index - Due to long period of ideal ice-cutting weather, local dealers announce harvest far surpassing any in recent years. High grade of ice. (Picture) Gagne Brothers; Janson Ice Company; Labonte Ice Company; Duguay, Oswald; Pontbriant, Algenor; Hooper, Vernon.

Due to long period of ideal ice-cutting weather, local dealers announce harvest far surpassing any in recent years. High grade of ice. (Picture) Gagne Brothers; Janson Ice Company; Labonte Ice Company; Duguay, Oswald; Pontbriant, Algenor; Hooper, Vernon.

Newspaper Index - Duguay Ice Company: The ice house of the Duguay Ice Company burned with a loss of $5,000, November 25, 1941. [Bidd. Daily Journal, Page 1, col. 1] 11/26/1941

Duguay Ice Company: The ice house of the Duguay Ice Company burned with a loss of $5,000, November 25, 1941. [Bidd. Daily Journal, Page 1, col. 1] 11/26/1941

Newspaper Index - Foxwell Cutts Bryant (1797-1892) of Saco, pioneer ice man on Saco River. Began as river-driver at 16. 6’ tall and champion wrestler. Began ice business in winter 1839, delivering locally by ox team. Said to have built first ice house on Saco River. [Bidd

Foxwell Cutts Bryant (1797-1892) of Saco, pioneer ice man on Saco River. Began as river-driver at 16. 6’ tall and champion wrestler. Began ice business in winter 1839, delivering locally by ox team. Said to have built first ice house on Saco River. [Bidd

Newspaper Index - Foxwell Cutts Bryant (1797-1892) of Saco, pioneer ice man on Saco River. Began as river-driver at 16. 6’ tall and champion wrestler. Began ice business in winter 1839, delivering locally by ox team. Said to have built first ice house on Saco River. [Bidd

Foxwell Cutts Bryant (1797-1892) of Saco, pioneer ice man on Saco River. Began as river-driver at 16. 6’ tall and champion wrestler. Began ice business in winter 1839, delivering locally by ox team. Said to have built first ice house on Saco River. [Bidd

Newspaper Index - Great hailstorm in Biddeford. Put street cars out of commission. Happened on July 4th, 1893, and reported in Journal issue of July 5th. [Bidd. Weekly Journal, Page 5, col. 5] 5/7/1920

Great hailstorm in Biddeford. Put street cars out of commission. Happened on July 4th, 1893, and reported in Journal issue of July 5th. [Bidd. Weekly Journal, Page 5, col. 5] 5/7/1920

Newspaper Index - Ice barricade at Old Orchard, 25 feet high. [Bidd. Weekly Journal, Page 6, col. 6] 2/15/1918

Ice barricade at Old Orchard, 25 feet high. [Bidd. Weekly Journal, Page 6, col. 6] 2/15/1918

Newspaper Index - Ice barriers: Ice twenty-five feet high. [Bidd. Weekly Journal, Page 6, col. 6] 2/15/1918

Ice barriers: Ice twenty-five feet high. [Bidd. Weekly Journal, Page 6, col. 6] 2/15/1918

Newspaper Index - Ice business: Artificial ice manufacture [Bidd. Daily Journal, Page 1, col. 1] 2/7/1913

Ice business: Artificial ice manufacture [Bidd. Daily Journal, Page 1, col. 1] 2/7/1913

Newspaper Index - Ice business: Ice harvest tonnage, cut: Gagne, 9,000 tons; Pelletier: 20,000 tons. DJournal, see around January 26, 27, in 1933. Quoted, February 7, 1953. [Bidd. Daily Journal] 2/7/1953

Ice business: Ice harvest tonnage, cut: Gagne, 9,000 tons; Pelletier: 20,000 tons. DJournal, see around January 26, 27, in 1933. Quoted, February 7, 1953. [Bidd. Daily Journal] 2/7/1953

Newspaper Index - Ice Business: Stephen Purinton shipped first cargo of ice from Saco. [NO PAGE] 12/18/1908

Ice Business: Stephen Purinton shipped first cargo of ice from Saco. [NO PAGE] 12/18/1908

Newspaper Index - Ice business: Wilcox Company history. [Bidd. Weekly Journal, Page 3, col. 4] 1/20/1911

Ice business: Wilcox Company history. [Bidd. Weekly Journal, Page 3, col. 4] 1/20/1911

Newspaper Index - Ice crop expected to be a record-breaker. Expected that 40,000 tons will be cut. Pelletier & Company – 15k tons cut above Biddeford Box; Wilcox – 9k tons Wilcox Pond, West Street; Gagnon 7k tons; Janson 8k – 10k tons above beacon at Poor Farm Hill. [Bidd

Ice crop expected to be a record-breaker. Expected that 40,000 tons will be cut. Pelletier & Company – 15k tons cut above Biddeford Box; Wilcox – 9k tons Wilcox Pond, West Street; Gagnon 7k tons; Janson 8k – 10k tons above beacon at Poor Farm Hill. [Bidd

Newspaper Index - Ice Cutting: Gagne Brothers sell their ice business to Charles Huot and Sons of Old Orchard. [Bidd. Daily Journal, Page 8, col. 4] 3/18/1946

Ice Cutting: Gagne Brothers sell their ice business to Charles Huot and Sons of Old Orchard. [Bidd. Daily Journal, Page 8, col. 4] 3/18/1946

Newspaper Index - Ice Cutting: Ice Business. In re-application of Joseph Hobson for charter of Saco River Ice Company, editors remark that Saco River ice is so clear that “you can see a ten cent piece though two feet, if you know the ten cent piece is there.” [Bidd. Weekl

Ice Cutting: Ice Business. In re-application of Joseph Hobson for charter of Saco River Ice Company, editors remark that Saco River ice is so clear that “you can see a ten cent piece though two feet, if you know the ten cent piece is there.” [Bidd. Weekl

Newspaper Index - Ice cutting Ice cutting starts on February 6, 1949. Charles E. Huot, local ice dealer hopes to better last year’s record of 8,000 tons. [Bidd. Daily Journal, Page 6, col. 6] 2/5/1949

Ice cutting Ice cutting starts on February 6, 1949. Charles E. Huot, local ice dealer hopes to better last year’s record of 8,000 tons. [Bidd. Daily Journal, Page 6, col. 6] 2/5/1949

Newspaper Index - Ice cutting: Ice harvest – first time in ninety-three years no ice cut. “20 years ago” [Bidd. Daily Journal, Page 4] 3/3/1952

Ice cutting: Ice harvest – first time in ninety-three years no ice cut. “20 years ago” [Bidd. Daily Journal, Page 4] 3/3/1952

Newspaper Index - Ice cutting industries: History of Biddeford ice cutting on Saco River. Began with James E. Black who came to Biddeford in 1866. In Saco, began in 1850. Article written by former ice dealer. [Bidd. Weekly Journal, Page 7, col. 5-7] 2/16/1906

Ice cutting industries: History of Biddeford ice cutting on Saco River. Began with James E. Black who came to Biddeford in 1866. In Saco, began in 1850. Article written by former ice dealer. [Bidd. Weekly Journal, Page 7, col. 5-7] 2/16/1906

Newspaper Index - Ice cutting: Jason, Joseph, local ice dealer has cut 14,000 tons of ice already on the Saco River. He plans to store 12,000 tons in his ice houses near the shooting range on Upper Main Street. [Bidd. Daily Journal, Page 4, col. 2] 1/21/1948

Ice cutting: Jason, Joseph, local ice dealer has cut 14,000 tons of ice already on the Saco River. He plans to store 12,000 tons in his ice houses near the shooting range on Upper Main Street. [Bidd. Daily Journal, Page 4, col. 2] 1/21/1948

Newspaper Index - Ice Cutting: Joseph Hobson shipping sawdust to Boston for ice packing. Trade only a few years old. [Bidd. Weekly Journal, Page 3, col. 1] NO DATE

Ice Cutting: Joseph Hobson shipping sawdust to Boston for ice packing. Trade only a few years old. [Bidd. Weekly Journal, Page 3, col. 1] NO DATE

Newspaper Index - Ice cutting: Picture of ice cart taken in 1904 in “Way back when column.” (Picture) [Bidd. Daily Journal, Page 1, col. 3-5] 6/19/1952

Ice cutting: Picture of ice cart taken in 1904 in “Way back when column.” (Picture) [Bidd. Daily Journal, Page 1, col. 3-5] 6/19/1952