Contributed by Maine Historical Society
Architecture commission for John Sedgwick Hyde at High Street in Bath, ME, 1913–1914. The commission is associated with John Calvin Stevens and John Howard Stevens Architects. This item is part of the Stevens Architects drawings and records collection.
The Hyde Mansion, originally known as Elmhurst, is a historic house at 616 High Street in Bath, Maine. Now the main building on the Bath campus of The Hyde Schools, it was built in 1913 for John Sedgewick Hyde, the son of Bath Iron Works (BIW) founder Thomas W. Hyde. It was designed by John Calvin Stevens, and is an example of Colonial Revival architecture.
About This Item
- Title: John S. Hyde residence, Bath, 1913-1914
- Address: High Street, Bath, Sagadahoc County, ME
- Client: John Sedgwick Hyde
- Creation Date: 1913–1914
- Subject Date: 1913–1914
- Primary Architects: John Calvin Stevens and John Howard Stevens Architects
- Object Type: Text and Image
- Subtype: architectural drawing
- Media/Genre: elevations; architectural elements; cross sections; foundation plans;
- Materials: graphite on tracing paper; graphite on linen; ink on linen; hand coloring;
- Local Code: Coll. 209, 4-B-2
- Collection: Stevens Architects drawings and records collection
- Number of items in commission: 35
Cross Reference Searches
Standardized Subject Headings
- Architectural drawing
- Architecture, Domestic
- Elmhurst (Bath, Me.)
- Hyde Mansion (Bath, Me.)
- Hyde School (Bath, Me.)
For more information about this item, contact:Maine Historical Society
485 Congress Street, Portland, ME 04101
(207) 774-1822 x230
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