Sanford and Springvale, Maine, in the days of Fred Philpot a photographic history

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Published by H.H. Eastman in Springvale, Me .

Written in English

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Places:

  • Sanford (Me.),
  • Springvale (Me.)

Subjects:

  • Sanford (Me.) -- History -- Pictorial works.,
  • Springvale (Me.) -- History -- Pictorial works.,
  • Sanford (Me.) -- Pictorial works.,
  • Springvale (Me.) -- Pictorial works.

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Statement[edited by] Harland H. Eastman.
ContributionsPhilpot, Fred, 1856-1925., Eastman, Harland H.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsF29.S2 S24 1985
The Physical Object
Pagination100 p. :
Number of Pages100
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2643772M
LC Control Number85221779

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A photograph of a platform car in Harland Eastman's "Sanford and Springvale in the Days of Fred Philpot, A Photographic History" was used to determine the dimensions and type of car. See also, Eastman, Harland H. Sanford and Springvale, Maine: In the Days of Fred Philpot (Wilson’s Printers, Sanford, Maine, 2d rev.

) Although this photo was taken init shows two of the shoe mills that likely employed members of the Demers family in Sanford and Springvale, Maine In The Days of Fred Philpot, Second Edition, Revised,by Harland H.

Eastman History of Sanford, Maine, Edwin Emery, edition Later Families of Sanford-Springvale, Maine by Fred Boyle, Sanford Springvale: The Happening members. Welcome Sanford/Springvale Maine residents and friends. Here's a place to share local events, humor, and news. - Please keep discussion civil, without insults or personal attacks - Don't post items for sale (Please use one of the local "for sale" or "yard sale" groups) - No posts selling or.

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Sanford is Maine’s Newest City, the sixth largest municipality in Maine with a population of 21, and growing. Sanford is comprised of a number of unique residential neighborhoods and business districts which include the Village of Springvale, Downtown Sanford, South Sanford, the Agricultural Highlands, Mousam River Valley and several Lakes and Ponds all nestled in the forested.

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Eastman. Ties of Common Blood: History of Maine's. Book/Printed Material Sanford and Springvale, Maine, in the days of Fred Philpot: a photographic history / Date: ; Book/Printed Material Early families of Sanford-Springvale, Maine / Illustrated lining papers.

Bibliography: p. Includes index. At the upper left, near the Springvale House, is a large wagon decorated with flags. Harland H. Eastman's "Sanford and Springvale, Maine In The Days of Fred Philpot," Second Edition, Revised, p. 47, discusses Indpendence Day holidays in the town.

Early families of Sanford-Springvale, Maine by Frederick R. Boyle,P.E. Randall, Publisher, Copies may be ordered from F.R. Boyle edition, in English. "Organe des franco-américains de Sanford et Springvale." Description based on surrogate of: Jeudi le 27 mai Sanford and Springvale, Maine, in the days of Fred Philpot: a photographic history / Book/Printed Material.

He is Chairman of the Sanford Historical Committee, President and Founder of the Sanford-Springvale Historical Society, and creator of the Sanford-Springvale Historical Museum. Selected Bibliography. Sanford and Springvale, Maine, in the Days of Fred Philpot: A Photographic History () Alfred, Maine: the Shakers and the Village ().

The Sanford-Springvale Fish & Game Protective Association was founded in with the intent of preserving Maine's wildlife and furthering the enjoyment of the area's many outdoor sporting activities, such as hunting, fishing, shooting, and archery. We remain just as committed to these causes today as did our founders some 70 years ago.

Moulton also owned the drug store on the opposite corner. -- Sanford and Springvale, Maine In The Days of Fred Philpot, Second Edition, Revised,by Harland H. Eastman, p. About This Item. Title: Fred Philpot Store, Springvale, ca.

Creator: Philpot, Fred Creation Date: circa Subject Date: circa Town: Springvale County: York State: ME Media: Print from glass negative Dimensions: cm x cm Local Code: C Collection: Index to the Glass Negatives, Tom Ursia Donations Object Type: Image.

Fred Philpot Store, Springvale, ca. Contributed by: Sanford-Springvale Historical Society Date: circa Location: Springvale Media: Print from glass negative Buy; Item Bicycles at Philpot's Store, Springvale, ca.

Contributed by: Sanford-Springvale Historical Society Date: circa Location: Springvale. - Shop from the world's largest selection and best deals for History Hardcover Now Antiquarian & Collectible Books.

Shop with confidence on eBay. York County Advocate (Springvale, Me.) to Succeeding Titles The Sanford Tribune (Sanford, Me.) to Sanford Tribune and Advocate (Sanford, Me.) to Description Weekly Vol. 7, no. 15 (Sept. 29, )- Ceased Mar., Editor: Frank H. Dexter. Moulton also owned the drug store on the opposite corner.

-- Sanford and Springvale, Maine In The Days of Fred Philpot, Second Edition, Revised,by Harland H. Eastman, p.

Print from a 4" x 6" glass negative. View/Add Comments. The Sanford-Springvale Historic Museum is located at Main Street (Maine State Route ) in the Springvale village of Sanford, is located in the Former Sanford Town Hall, built in and listed on the National Register of Historic Places inand is operated by the Sanford-Springvale Historical Society.

Springvale Planing and Shingle Mill, circa Fred Philpot made the photo, which is reproduced in Harland H. Eastman, ed., Sanford and Springi>ale, Maine, in the Days of Fred Philpot: A Photographic History.

The negative is in the collections of the Sanford Historical Committee. Jun 16 Sheet(s). Includes Springvale. Title Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Sanford, York County, Maine. Weekly Vol. 1, no. 1 (J )-v. 7, no. 13 (Sept. 22, ). Springvale advocate (DLC)sn   Sanford-Springvale Historical Society preserving and celebrating our community's history.

about. Our history, membership, and mission. About. exhibits. Learn about our past and present exhibits. Exhibits. contact us. To visit or contact us. Contact. Please join. Until now, the portraits of the Bodwells could only be seen by the public in one place: inside the pages of “Sanford and Springvale in the Days of Fred Philpot.

The Sanford Mills Band used the building as a practice hall for many years. -- Sanford and Springvale, Maine In The Days of Fred Philpot, Second Edition, Revised,by Harland H.

Eastman, p. Photos are from the archives of the late photographer Fred Philpot and are used with permission from the Sanford/Springvale Historical Committee.

The walk is bounded by Butler Street, Merrill Street, Main Street, Oak Street, Mill Street, Water Street, and Bridge Street.

The exception to the sidewalk route is a wooded footpath that runs on both. The Town of Sanford has a vast collection of artifacts, some of which date to the 18th century.

The centerpiece of the collection are the glass negatives, nearly all by Fred Philpot. That collection fills 34 volumes and consists of glass negatives.

A passenger train is arriving from Rochester, New Hampshire at the Sanford-Springvale Railroad Station. The station was remodeled in which places the date of this photo to what is likely the early s. After its stop in Springvale the train will continue to Portland via stops in Alfred, South Waterboro-Waterboro, East Waterboro (which the Boston and Maine renamed Westcott Station to.

Sanford, with Springvale Village, is the seventh largest town or city in Maine by population according to the Census, up from a ranking of ninth in Traditionally an industrial town, primarily with textile mills and shoe making, Sanford has diversified and continues to be a growing community.

Description. The trail is located on City of Sanford sidewalks with only a small portion going over forested floor. All signs describing historical locations along this trail are easily viewed from the sidewalk and include photos from the historical archives of the late photographer Fred Philpot with permission from the Sanford/Springvale Historical Committee.

Sanford, Maine vital records from account books and diaries of John W. Bodwell ; account book no. 3, E.A Bodwell; George E. Allen's diaries Family History Library. Shapleigh, Maine, town and vital records ; Sanford, Maine, First Baptist Church records Family History Library.

Town and vital records, Family History Library. Sanford & Springvale, Maine Winter Street, Sanford Circa Photo by Fred Philpot Courtesy of the Sanford Historical Society.

9 Dear Sanford Residents: I'm proud to be the Governor of Maine, home to hardworking, generous people. All Maine families must. Main Street, Springvale, immediately after the 'Great White Hurricane' of The photo is the right half of a stereopticon image that was taken by Fred Philpot, a.

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We provide answers to over 2 million searches every day, helping 35 million users.Orrin Roberts' Blacksmith Shop, early s. It stood behind the present day Sanford Town Hall on what is now Roberts Street. This image has appeared in several local books including the bicentennial "History of Sanford.".ON MAINE MEMORY NETWORK CONTRIBUTING PARTNER Sanford Historical Committee Fred Philpot’s View of Sanford and Springvale Page 9: PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS Local History/Local Schools MAINE COMMUNITY HERITAGE PROJECT Funding for Field Trips Page BUILDING FOR THE FUTURE Maine Legacies Merrill Industries maine historical society A Green Thought in a.

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