Westbrook Seminary, Campus Engraving, 1870

Contributed by Abplanalp Library, UNE


The 1870 campus engraving of Westbrook Seminary by Russell Richardson was used in catalogs and in newspaper and other advertisements. It shows the First Universalist Church of Westbrook (later All Souls), Goddard Hall, the Dining Hall, Hersey Hall, and the Seminary Building with chapel and assembly hall on the back.

Hersey Hall opened in 1869 and was named after Samuel F. Hersey, a Bangor timber baron and seminary trustee. Its upper three floors housed female students and faculty, with offices and classrooms below. It was fitted with steam heat and bathing rooms.

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  • Title: Westbrook Seminary, Campus Engraving, 1870
  • Creator: Russell Richardson
  • Creation Date: 1870
  • Subject Date: 1870
  • Locations:
    • Stevens Plains, Westbrook, Cumberland County, ME
    • Deering, Portland, Cumberland County, ME
  • Media: Ink on paper, Engraving
  • Local Code: Catalogs
  • Collection: Westbrook College History Collection
  • Object Type: Image

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