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U. S. Custom House & Post Office, 25 Front Street, Bath, Sagadahoc County, ME



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Item Title


Location
25 Front Street, Bath, ME

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1933.

Notes
Survey number HABS ME-153
Building/structure dates: 1853 initial construction
Building/structure dates: 1912 subsequent work
Significance: This two-and-a-half rectangular Custom House and Post Office, built of granite in the Italianate Style, was designed by Ammi B. Young, the first Supervising Architect of the United States Treasury Department.

Subjects
Customs Inspections
Postal Service
Stone Buildings (granite)


Related Names
Young, Ammi B.
Sprague, Moses
Taylor, James Cox


Collection
Historic American Buildings Survey (Library of Congress)

Contents
Photograph caption(s): 
1. Historic American Buildings Survey Photocopy of Stereopticon View, c. 1870 In the Bath Marine Museum, Bath, Maine NORTHWEST VIEW
2. Historic American Buildings Survey S. E. Cobbs, Photographer 1971 WEST (FACADE) VIEW
3. Historic American Buildings Survey S. E. Cobbs, Photographer 1971 EAST (REAR) VIEW
4. Historic American Buildings Survey S. E. Cobbs, Photographer 1971 CAST-IRON STAIRCASE FROM FIRST FLOOR TO SECOND
5. Historic American Buildings Survey S. E. Cobbs, Photographer 1971 CAST-IRON STAIRCASE FROM FIRST FLOOR TO SECOND
6. Historic American Buildings Survey S. E. Cobbs, Photographer 1971 DOORWAYS IN SECOND FLOOR HALLWAY, WEST WALL
7. Historic American Buildings Survey S. E. Cobbs, Photographer 1971 CUSTOMS OFFICE AT SOUTHEAST CORNER OF SECOND FLOOR
8. Historic American Buildings Survey S. E. Cobbs, Photographer 1971 CAST-IRON STAIRCASE FROM BASEMENT TO FIRST FLOOR
9. Historic American Buildings Survey S. E. Cobbs, Photographer 1971 BRICK VAULTING IN BASEMENT
10. Historic American Buildings Survey S. E. Cobbs, Photographer 1971 ROOF FRAMING IN ATTIC
11. Historic American Buildings Survey S. E. Cobbs, Photographer 1971 VAULTING IN ATTIC


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