Auburn Colony Association, South Harpswell, ca. 1890

Contributed by Pejepscot History Center


The original Auburn Colony Association in South Harpswell was built in 1896 by Auburn and Lewiston businessmen. It was destroyed by fire November 5, 1899.

From left are the 22 cottages of the colony, dining room and stables, the John Pinkham house, the No. 18 schoolhouse, the George Riley Johnson house, the Harmon Stoner House, the Mansion House hotel, the barn and ell of the Pinkham house.

Just beyond the Mansion House is visible a small piece of the Dr. Daley House and just above it the small Alyah Stover house.

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About This Item

  • Title: Auburn Colony Association, South Harpswell, ca. 1890
  • Creation Date: circa 1890
  • Subject Date: circa 1890
  • Location: Harpswell, Cumberland County, ME
  • Media: Photograph, print
  • Dimensions: 15.5 cm x 22.5 cm
  • Local Code: 1986.28.2.103
  • Collection: Photo Archives
  • Object Type: Image

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