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Exploring Bar Harbor in the 1940s Through Postcards from Digital Commonwealth

Explore Bar Harbor, Maine in the 1940s with postcards from Digital Commonwealth. See the Municipal Pier, Pier and Waterfront, and Waterfront Park in the 1940s with these postcards.
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We love old postcards, and this is a good one that we dug up at Digital Commonwealth. This shows Bar Harbor, Maine sometime in the 1940s.

Municipal Pier, Bar Harbor, Maine (1940s)

Source: Digital Commonwealth

Here’s another great one of Bar Harbor from the same time period.

Pier and Waterfront, Bar Harbor, Maine (1940s)

Source: Digital Commonwealth

And finally, one more of Bar Harbor from the 1940s.

Waterfront Park, Bar Harbor, Maine (1940s)

Source: Digital Commonwealth

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