Temporary headquarters, Maine Sanatorium, Hebron, 1904Item 23650 info
Maine Historical Society
Noted Portland architect John Calvin Stevens, in business with his son, John Howard Stevens, designed the campus to meet Nichols' requirements.
Residential buildings all had wings coming off a central structure. In the center were quarters for staff as well as dressing room/bath facilities for patients.
The wings were crucial, however, providing patient sleeping that could be open to the air on two sides.