The Haven restoration plans, Bar Harbor, 1924-1994

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Landscape commission for Mrs. G. H. Milliken at an unknown address in Bar Harbor, ME, 1924–1994. The commission is associated with Patrick Chasse, and Landscape Design Associates. This item is part of the Patrick Chassé landscape architecture collection.

Gerrish (1877-1947) and Agnes (1887-1970) Milliken, who owned a home in Northeast Harbor, known as “The Haven,” which had gardens created by Beatrix Farrand. Gerrish and Agnes' son Gerrish Milliken Jr. and his wife Phoebe owned property in Northeast Harbor.

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  • Title: The Haven restoration plans, Bar Harbor, 1924-1994
  • Address: unknown, Bar Harbor, Hancock County, ME
  • Client: Mrs. G. H. Milliken
  • Building Name: The Haven
  • Creation Date: 1924–1994
  • Subject Date: 1924–1994
  • Primary Architects: Patrick Chasse; Landscape Design Associates
  • Contributing Architects: Beatrix Farrand
  • Object Type: Text and Image
  • Subtype: landscape drawing
  • Media/Genre: architectural elements; elevations; land surveys; planting plans; topographical maps; site plans
  • Materials: ink on paper; diazotype; photocopy; acetate vellum; ink on tracing paper; hand coloring; ink on linen
  • Local Code: Coll. 4180, 36-E-4
  • Collection: Patrick Chassé landscape architecture collection
  • Number of items in commission: 35

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Maine Historical Society
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