Contributed by Lubec Historical Society
This house faced Pleasant Street in Lubec village, near the corner with Summer Street. Lubec native T. G. Mitchell returned in 1893 after 10 years as owner and captain of a sailing vessel. Later he established a firm on Water, Lubec’s business street which lay behind this house, bottling beverages and selling china and other goods. The Mitchell family bought this house from John McGregor in 1833, who is believed to have acquired it from Lewis or Louis F. Delesdenier. French Hugenot Delesdenier was one of the most illustrious early residents of North Lubec, and served as Customs Collector of the Port of Passamaquoddy. Later he became one of the first settlers in what become Lubec village where he built this house. For earlier views of this house see #28050 and #28053.
About This Item
- Title: Historic house demolition, Lubec, 1977
- Creation Date: 1977
- Subject Date: 1977
- Town: Lubec
- County: Washington
- State: ME
- Media: Photographic print
- Dimensions: 7.4 cm x 9.6 cm
- Local Code: 367 jpg
- Collection: Bernard Ross
- Object Type: Image
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135 Main Street, Lubec, ME 04652
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