Volunteer archivist with the New Gloucester Historical Society, Rev. Linda Gard, is seeking donations of issues of Opportunity Farm Newsletters published from the 1920s on. The Archives of the New Gloucester Historical Society would like to expand its collection of representative documents from Opportunity Farm’s century of existence. Photographs are also sought. The Historical Society is willing to make scans of photos which you may have but would like to keep. Please contact Rev. Gard at 30 Gloucester Hill Road, New Gloucester, 04260, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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