School Street looking toward Washington Street, Sanford, 1902

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Frank Broggi's store on the square is the building in the background, left. The stone building, center, with the arches windows was the home of the Sanford National Bank from the time it was built in 1896 until the bank moved to a new home on Main Street in 1914. From 1915 until 1918 it was the home of the Sanford Trust Company. After the new Trust Company building was completed on the square in 1918, the stone building housed law and other offices. In 1954 it became the first home of the Sanford-Springvale Chamber of Commerce. It was demolished in May 1970. The four-story Leavitt built in 1901 can be seen through the trees at right.

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  • Title: School Street looking toward Washington Street, Sanford, 1902
  • Creation Date: 1902
  • Subject Date: circa 1902
  • Location: Sanford, York County, ME
  • Media: Print from glass negative
  • Dimensions: 20.21 cm x 25.23 cm
  • Local Code: A153
  • Collection: Index to the Glass Negatives
  • Object Type: Image

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Sanford-Springvale Historical Society
P. O. Box 276 505 Main Street, Springvale, ME 04083
(207) 490-1028

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