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Atherton's Furniture, Free Street, Portland, 1938

Atherton's Furniture, Free Street, Portland, 1938

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Maine Historical Society

Atherton's Furniture was located at the corner of Free and Center streets in Portland. This photograph was taken in 1938.


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Carpet window, Atherton Furniture, Waterville

Carpet window, Atherton Furniture, Waterville

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Maine Historical Society

Carpets and rugs are displayed in the window of Atherton Furniture Store, Main Street, Waterville.


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Front window, Atherton Furniture Store, Waterville, 1911

Front window, Atherton Furniture Store, Waterville, 1911

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The window of the Atherton Furniture Store on Main Street in Waterville in 1911 featured Globe Wernicke "Elastic" Book Cases. W. A. Judge was the photographer.


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Lamp department, Atherton Furniture, Waterville, c. 1910

Lamp department, Atherton Furniture, Waterville, c. 1910

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Maine Historical Society

Photograph shows the interior of the Atherton Furniture Store, Main Street, Waterville. Note the male clerk and customers.


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Range department, Atherton Furniture, Waterville, c. 1900

Range department, Atherton Furniture, Waterville, c. 1900

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Maine Historical Society

The range department at Atherton Furniture Co., Waterville, shows the layout of the store with wooden aisles and departments separated by floor-to-ceiling support beams.


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Rocking chairs, Atherton Furniture Co., Waterville, c. 1910

Rocking chairs, Atherton Furniture Co., Waterville, c. 1910

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Maine Historical Society

The rocking chair sales area with a wooden aisle, curtains to separate sections, potted plants, and ceiling decorations at Atherton Furniture Co., Waterville, about 1910.


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Range department, Atherton Furniture, Lewiston

Range department, Atherton Furniture, Lewiston

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Maine Historical Society

Atherton Furniture Store on Lisbon Street in Lewiston promoted Glenwood Ranges, giving away cookbooks to those who bought ranges. They also sold food to benefit the two local hospitals, Central Maine General Hospital and Ste. Marie General Hospital.


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Atherton Furniture Store, Free Street, Portland

Atherton Furniture Store, Free Street, Portland

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Maine Historical Society

Atherton's Furniture at the corner of Free and Center streets, Portland, in the 1960s. To the left is the Bosworth Memorial Hall, a Civil War Museum.


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