Contributed by Blue Hill Historical Society
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The Blue Hill Mineral Spring Company was organized in the fall of 1888 at the site of a well-known mineral spring near the Bucksport Road, north of the village of Blue Hill. At its peak, water bottled at the spring was shipped across the country and the company had offices in cities such as Boston, Philadelphia, and New York. The water was for some time available in Pullman cars in railroads across the eastern United States. The company ceased operations after the main buildings containing the processing equipment burned in November of 1915.
About This Item
- Title: Blue Hill Mineral Spring pavilion, ca. 1915
- Creation Date: circa 1915
- Subject Date: circa 1915
- Town: Blue Hill
- County: Hancock
- State: ME
- Media: Photograph on paper
- Dimensions: 7.8 cm x 12.9 cm
- Local Code: HHPH 0559
- Collection: Blue Hill Historical Society photograph collection
- Object Type: Image
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Standardized Subject Headings
- Bathhouses--Maine--Blue Hill
- Water--Maine--Blue Hill
- Springs--Maine--Blue Hill
- Mineral waters--Maine--Blue Hill
For more information about this item, contact:Blue Hill Historical Society
PO Box 710, 3 Water Street, Blue Hill, ME 04614
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