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The Eben Storer House, built in 1791, is shown along with the Elm Tavern, located at the corner of Temple and Federal streets in Portland.
In the 1830s, the Elm Tavern served as a stop for the stage coach.
Charles Quincy Goodhue, an amateur Portland artist, drew this scene from memory, as it appeared in 1859-1866.
About This Item
- Title: Elm Tavern, Portland, ca. 1860
- Creator: Charles Quincy Goodhue
- Creation Date: 1890
- Subject Date: circa 1860
- Location: Portland, Cumberland County, ME
- Media: Pencil on paper
- Local Code: GA 160
- Object Type: Image
Cross Reference Searches
Standardized Subject Headings
- Portland (Me.)--History--Views
- Portland (Me.)--Fires, 1866
- Elm Tavern (Portland, Me.)
- Taverns (Inns)--Maine--Portland
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