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    Wes LaFountain of South Portland is the new director at the Woodman Institute Museum in Dover, N.H. The museum is known for its quirky displays and LaFountain plans to give it a higher profile with residents of southern Maine and New Hampshire.

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    Butterflies are part of the Woodman collection.

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    This 27-pound lobster was caught by a Navy diver off the Portsmouth coast.

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    Wes LaFountain of South Portland in his new role as director at the Woodman Institute Museum.

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    The front door of the Garrison House, built around 1675, is on display at the Woodman Institute Museum.

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    The now-extinct passenger pigeon at the museum in Dover, N.H.

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    A bedroom inside the Garrison House, built in 1675, on display at the Woodman Institute Museum.

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    The Lincoln Lectern at the Woodman Institute Museum was used by Abraham Lincoln in 1860 when he gave a two-hour speech at Dover City Hall.

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    Assorted iridescent butterflies from South America are part of a collection of 48 specimens of butterflies at the museum.

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