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In 1881, William Ralph Emerson designed the first of two shingle-style cottages (the second in 1886) located at what was then called Edenfield. The cottages were designed for Samuel E. Lyons and his son-in-law General William A. Smith. The property was sold to Mrs. Carpenter in 1899. One of the cottages was redesigned by Andrews, Jacques & Rantoul in the Tudor revival style and then renamed by Mrs. Carpenter as Hauterive because of its position overlooking Frenchman Bay.
About This Item
- Title: Entrance to Hauterive, Bar Harbor, ca. 1899
- Creator: The Valentine & Sons' Publishing Co., Ltd., New York
- Creation Date: circa 1899
- Subject Date: 1881
- Location: Bar Harbor, Hancock County, ME
- Media: Postcard
- Dimensions: 13 3/4 cm x 8 1/2 cm
- Local Code: JML PC 19179
- Object Type: Image
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