Emery house, Ellsworth, ca. 1895

Contributed by Maine Historical Society


Architecture commission for L. A. Emery at an unknown address in Ellsworth, ME, circa 1895. The commission is associated with John Calvin Stevens. This item is part of the Stevens Architects drawings and records collection.

Other addresses include an unknown address in Hancock Point, Hancock, ME.

Lucilius A. Emery (July 27, 1840 – August 26, 1920), of Portland, Maine, was a justice of the Maine Supreme Judicial Court from October 5, 1883, to July 27, 1911. Born in Carmel, Maine, Emery graduated from Bowdoin College in 1861 and read law to gain admission to the bar in 1863, at which time he settled in Ellsworth, Maine. He was the elected to the Maine Senate in 1874 and 1875, and then as Maine Attorney General from 1876 to 1879. On October 5, 1883, Governor Frederick Robie appointed Emery as an associate justice. He became chief justice on December 14, 1906, and serving in that capacity until his resignation on July 27, 1911. He died in Ellsworth.


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  • Title: Emery house, Ellsworth, ca. 1895
  • Address: unknown, Ellsworth, Hancock County, ME
  • Other Addresses:
    • unknown, Hancock Point, Hancock, Hancock County, ME
  • Clients: L. A. Emery; Mrs. L. A. Emery
  • Creation Date: circa 1895
  • Subject Date: circa 1895
  • Primary Architects: John Calvin Stevens
  • Object Type: Text and Image
  • Subtype: architectural drawing
  • Media/Genre: floor plans; elevations;
  • Materials: ink on tracing paper; ink on paper;
  • Local Code: Coll. 209, 5-D-10-13
  • Collection: Stevens Architects drawings and records collection
  • Number of items in commission: 5

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Maine Historical Society
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