Contributed by Winter Harbor Historical Society
A colored postcard, published by J. M. Gerrish of Winter Harbor and made in Germany shows Hammond Hall, built in 1903-04, on land and from materials donated by E. J. Hammond, a Winter Harbor native who prospered as a lumber merchant in Boston in the late years of the 19th century.
The hall was used by the Town and by Winter Harbor schools until the 1980s when it was given to the Winter Harbor Historical Society. It later became the home of Schoodic Arts for All, used year-round for performances and exhibits.
The hall is on the National Register of Historic buildings.
About This Item
- Title: Winter Harbor Town Hall, ca. 1907
- Creator: J.M. Gerrish
- Creation Date: circa 1907
- Subject Date: circa 1907
- Location: Winter Harbor, Hancock County, ME
- Media: Postcard
- Dimensions: 8.86 cm x 13.85 cm
- Local Code: ALS - 002
- Object Type: Image
Cross Reference Searches
Standardized Subject Headings
- Winter Harbor Historical Society (Winter Harbor, Me.)--Buildings
- City & town halls--Maine--Winter Harbor
- Winter Harbor (Me.) Town Hall--Postcards
- Historic buildings--Maine--Winter Harbor
For more information about this item, contact:Winter Harbor Historical Society
PO Box 93, Winter Harbor, ME 04693
The copyright and related rights status of this item have not been evaluated. Please contact the contributing repository for more information.
Please post your comment below to share with others. If you'd like to privately share a comment or correction with MMN staff, please use this form.