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Temporary headquarters, Maine Sanatorium, Hebron, 1904

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Temporary headquarters, Maine Sanatorium, Hebron, 1904

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Architects John Calvin Stevens and John Howard Stevens drew plans for the temporary headquarters for the Maine State Sanatorium in Hebron.

The facility for treatment of tuberculosis opened in 1904. Dr. Estes Nichols, medical superintendent, helped design the buildings.

The temporary headquarters had a dining room, kitchen, sleeping pavilions, and an assembly room.

The state took over operation of the facility in 1915 and renamed it the Western Maine Sanatorium.

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  • Title: Temporary headquarters, Maine Sanatorium, Hebron, 1904
  • Creator: John Calvin Stevens-John Howard Stevens
  • Creation Date: 1904-06-24
  • Subject Date: 1904
  • Local Name: Greenwood Mountain
  • Town: Hebron
  • County: Oxford
  • State: ME
  • Media: Ink on paper
  • Local Code: Coll. 209, 7-B-1, JCS 0396-1-1904
  • Collection: John Calvin Stevens
  • Object Type: Image

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485 Congress Street, Portland, ME 04101
(207) 774-1822 x219

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