Clement F. Robinson residence at 33 Carroll St., Portland, ca. 1930

Contributed by Maine Historical Society

Description

Architecture commission for Clement F. Robinson at 33 Carroll Street in Portland, ME, circa 1901. The commission is associated with Frederick A. Tompson. This item is part of the Frederick A. Tompson architectural drawings collection.

Architect Frederick A. Tompson designed the home, around 1901, as his personal residence. He lived there until his death in 1919. His wife Leontine remained in the home until 1922. Clement F. Robinson owned the home between 1926 and 1946.

This set of drawings was gifted to Maine Historical Society separately from the Frederick A. Tompson collection. While the drawings were originally created by Tompson, the relevant client was Clement F. Robinson, for a project after Tompson's death.

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  • Title: Clement F. Robinson residence at 33 Carroll St., Portland, ca. 1930
  • Address: 33 Carroll Street, Portland, Cumberland County, ME
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  • Client: Clement F. Robinson
  • Building Name: Clement F. Robinson Residence
  • Creation Date: circa 1930
  • Subject Date: circa 1901
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  • Primary Architects: Frederick A. Tompson
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  • Object Type: Text and Image
  • Subtype: architectural drawing
  • Media/Genre: elevations; floor plans
  • Materials: blueprints
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  • Local Code: 35-C-1
  • Collection: Frederick A. Tompson architectural drawings collection
  • Number of items in commission: 8

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Maine Historical Society
485 Congress Street, Portland, ME 04101
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