National Geographic : 1935 May
MAINE, THE OUTPOST STATE A LONELY CUSTOMS OUTPOST GUARDS A FRIENDLY BORDERLINE No fortifications stand along the United States-Canada boundary. A winding road leads across hilly country to this Government station near Eustis. Photographs by B. Anthony Stewart THIS ELECTRIC BLADE CUTS 75 SUIT PATTERNS AT A TIME Bolts of garment material are unrolled on the table, layer upon layer. Then, with a perpen dicular knife, the operator in this Sanford mill quickly shapes the summer-weight cloth to sleeves, trouser legs, and other parts of men's clothes. Most men's shirts are also fashioned in this manner. 577 f'