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Kittery Trading Post

Philip (Bing) Adams acquired the Kittery Trading Post in 1938. At that time the store was a modest one-room trading post/gas station. During the early days, Bing's reputation as an "honest horse trader" brought people from far and wide. He swapped fur pelts for gas, beef for ammunition and supplies for a car. In 1961, Bing's son Kevin bought the store, allowing Bing to enjoy the Maine woods as he had taught others to do for nearly 25 years. The gas pumps are gone now, and the floor space had been gradually expanded to 2,500 square feet.

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U.S. Route 1

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