Point d' Acadie, Bar Harbor, ca. 1910

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Point D'Acadie was built in 1868-69 and was originally named Watersmeet. It was built for Gouverneur Morris Ogden. The house was designed by New York Architect Charles Coolidge Haight.
George Washington Vanderbilt II purchased Ogden Point in 1889 for $200,000.00 and changed the name to Pointe d'Acadie and remodeled it.

The house was later owned by George H. McFadden. It was torn down in 1956.

This information was found in the book "Lost Bar Harbor".

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  • Title: Point d' Acadie, Bar Harbor, ca. 1910
  • Creator: Bee's
  • Creation Date: circa 1910
  • Subject Date: circa 1910
  • Location: Bar Harbor, Hancock County, ME
  • Media: Postcard
  • Dimensions: 8 cm x 13 cm
  • Local Code: JML PC 18647
  • Object Type: Image

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34 Mount Desert Street, Bar Harbor, ME 04609
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