Stone House Farm, Bath, 1922

Contributed by Maine Historical Society


Architecture commission for William D Sewall at an unknown address in Bath, ME, 1922. The commission is associated with John Calvin Stevens and John Howard Stevens Architects. This item is part of the Stevens Architects drawings and records collection.

Other addresses include Small Point, Phippsburg, ME.

The Governor William King House, also known locally as the Stone House, is a historic house on Whiskeag Road in Bath, Maine. Built in 1812, this stone house's lancet-arch windows are one of the first examples of Gothic Revival architecture in New England. The house was built as a summer retreat for William King, who led the drive for Maine statehood, and served as the state's first governor. The house was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1976.

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Maine Historical Society
485 Congress Street, Portland, ME 04101
(207) 774-1822 x230

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