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Henry Tallman House, 982 High Street, Bath, Sagadahoc County, ME



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Item Title


Location
982 High Street, Bath, ME

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1933.

Notes
Survey number HABS ME-152
Building/structure dates: 1840 initial construction
Significance: This wood and frame, rectangular, transitional Federal-Greek Revival residence was built for Henry Tallman, a prominent Bath lawyer and public office-holder. It has a balustraded colonnade on two sides, a roof balustrade, and a balustraded cupola. An ell may be the remains of an earlier Federal-period house on the site.

Subjects
Houses
Domestic Life


Related Names
Tallman, Henry


Collection
Historic American Buildings Survey (Library of Congress)

Contents
Photograph caption(s): 
1. Historic American Buildings Survey S. E. Cobbs, Photographer 1971 SOUTHEAST (FRONT) ELEVATION
2. Historic American Buildings Survey S. E. Cobbs, Photographer 1971 CENTRAL HALLWAY AND STAIRCASE, FIRST FLOOR, LOOKING FROM EAST TO WEST
3. Historic American Buildings Survey S. E. Cobbs, Photographer 1971 DOUBLE PARLOR, SOUTH SIDE OF FIRST FLOOR, LOOKING FROM WEST TO EAST
4. Historic American Buildings Survey S. E. Cobbs, Photographer 1971 WEST WALL OF NORTHEAST PARLOR, FIRST FLOOR, WITH DETAIL OF THREE-PART SLIDING WALL PARTITION
5. Historic American Buildings Survey S. E. Cobbs, Photographer 1971 EAST WALL OF NORTHWEST ROOM (DINING ROOM), FIRST FLOOR, SHOWING THREE-PART SLIDING-WALL PARTITION
6. Historic American Buildings Survey S. E. Cobbs, Photographer 1971 MARBLE MANTEL ON NORTH WALL OF NORTHEAST PARLOR, FIRST FLOOR
7. Historic American Buildings Survey S. E. Cobbs, Photographer 1971 MARBLE MANTEL, SOUTH WALL, SOUTHWEST HALF OF DOUBLE PARLOR, FIRST FLOOR
8. Historic American Buildings Survey S. E. Cobbs, Photographer 1971 MARBLE MANTEL ON NORTH WALL OF NORTHWEST ROOM (DINING ROOM), FIRST FLOOR
9. Historic American Buildings Survey S. E. Cobbs, Photographer 1971 DOOR AND DOORWAY, NORTH WALL, SOUTHWEST HALF OF DOUBLE PARLOR, FIRST FLOOR
10. Historic American Buildings Survey S. E. Cobbs, Photographer 1971 DETAIL OF STOVE, WEST WALL OF KITCHEN, FIRST FLOOR
11. Historic American Buildings Survey S. E. Cobbs, Photographer 1971 CENTRAL HALLWAY, SECOND FLOOR, SHOWING STAIRCASE COMING FROM FIRST FLOOR AND CONTINUING TO CUPOLA
12. Historic American Buildings Survey S. E. Cobbs, Photographer 1971 CUPOLA STAIRCASE
13. Historic American Buildings Survey From collection of Mrs. Raymond H. Trott, Bath, Maine SOUTHEAST (FRONT) ELEVATION, CIRCA 1918


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