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Name Main Street
Number of Archive records 16
Number of Library records 2
Number of Object records 12
Number of Photo records 49

Associated Records

Image of Scrapbook - CAHC 2006.113

Scrapbook - CAHC 2006.113

Red covered scrapbook containing approximately 100 photographs along with clippings and memorabilia relating to Peyton Place, which was filmed in 1957 in the towns of Camden, Belfast, Rockport, Rockland, Lincolnville and Thomaston. The drama received nine Academy Award Nominations, including Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actress - Lana Turner, Best (adapted) Screenplay. Directed by Mark Robson.

Image of Postcard - CAHC 2006.150

Postcard - CAHC 2006.150

Postcard of the interior of Boynton-McKay drugstore before its sale and subsequent renovation.

Blueprint - CHRC 2006.4

Topographic Plan Showing Areas for Possible Expansion of Camden Public Library, Main and High Sts., Camden, Maine. Plan by David P. Hutchison, PLS, Island Marine Company, Camden, Maine 04843 This plan was used by Landmark Survey Co. to create their plan of May 1995 (1998-LG-031-OC)

Blueprint - CHRC 2006.4

Topographic Plan Showing Areas for Possible Expansion of Camden Public Library, Main and High Sts., Camden, Maine. Plan by David P. Hutchison, PLS, Island Marine Company, Camden, Maine 04843 This plan was used by Landmark Survey Co. to create their plan of May 1995 (1998-LG-031-OC)

Image of Newspaper - CHRC 2011.3

Newspaper - CHRC 2011.3

Photocopy of newspaper article dated 23 July 1970 showing new facade of the Masonic Building on Main Street.

Image of Postcard - CHRC 2011.3

Postcard - CHRC 2011.3

Color postcard of Main Street in Camden, Maine looking north. The buildings are brick, dating the image to after the Great Fire of 1892. The trolley and horse carriages are visible on the dirt street.

Image of Postcard - CHRC 2011.3

Postcard - CHRC 2011.3

Laser copy of 6 postcards of Main Street.

Image of Postcard - CHRC 2011.3

Postcard - CHRC 2011.3

Color postcard of Main Street in Camden, Maine looking south. The buildings are brick, dating the image to after the Great Fire of 1892. The prominent Masonic Building (now the Lord Camden Inn) and other stores are draped with bunting. Horse carriages are visible on the dirt street.

Notebook - CHRC 2011.3

One 3-ring binder of survey forms, photographs, maps, and photocopies relating to the 2006 survey of 23 properties on Main Street between Atlantic Avenue and Bayview and Mechanic Streets completed by Ann Morris.

Documents - CHRC 2011.3

Survey forms, photographs, maps and photocopied material relating to the Camden Downtown Intensive Level Survey. Survey of downtown buildings on Main Street from Tannery Lane to Washington Street completed by Charlton Hudson for the Camden Historic Resources Committee in November 2001.

Image of Postcard - CHRC 2011.3

Postcard - CHRC 2011.3

Photocopy of sepia postcard of Main Street in Camden after the 1892 fire.

Image of Postcard - CHRC 2011.3

Postcard - CHRC 2011.3

Color postcard of Main Street in Camden, Maine as viewed from the corner of Bayview Street. Horse carriages are visible on the dirt street, and the image dates to after the Great Fire of 1892. Traveler's Inn, the fish market and Collins & Ogier store is visible at right. Addressed to H.E. Haley, 162 Front Street, Bath, Maine.

Image of Certificate, Achievement - CHRC 2011.3

Certificate, Achievement - CHRC 2011.3

Certificate certifying the Camden Great Fire Historic District's placement on thet National Register of Historic Places.

Image of Manuscript - WHC 2012.34

Manuscript - WHC 2012.34

Spiral-bound 204-page history of the Bennett family (1910-present) in Camden, Maine. Detailed information about the 13 homes they lived in from 1916-1960 including anecdotes and photographs. Book compiled by Albert B. Bennett, Jr. and siblings Joan and Roy.

Image of Disk, Magnetic - WHC 2013.1

Disk, Magnetic - WHC 2013.1

Interview December 15, 2006 with David Dickey in Camden, Maine. Interview conducted by Barbara Dyer and Paul Putnam (volunteers) and for the Camden Area History Center. He is one of four children of Kenneth Dickey and Prudence Grace Weaver. David owns the Camden Riverhouse Hotel and his father was owner of Haskell & Corthell retail store on Main Street.

Image of Disk, Magnetic - WHC 2013.1

Disk, Magnetic - WHC 2013.1

Interview October 30, 2006 with Carleton Dougherty in Camden, Maine. Interview conducted by Barbara Dyer and Paul Putnam (volunteers) and for the Camden Area History Center. He is the son of Arthur Dougherty and Alice Waterman. Talks about Dougherty's Store on Main Street where Cappy's Restaurant is now; also talks about Tibbetts Marina, Millville area of Camden, and Village Restaurant.

Image of Fan, Hand - WHC 2009.30

Fan, Hand - WHC 2009.30

Fan given to customers compliments of the Megunticook Fruit Company, owned at the turn of the century by Tony Anastasio. The building was located at 6 Main Street in Camden, which later became Stevenson's Candy Store, and finally Haskell & Corthell shoe store.

Image of Pitcher - WHC 2010.48

Pitcher - WHC 2010.48

Pieces of broken pitcher excavated from the site of the kitchen area of the Ocean House during the construction of the underground library wing in 1996. The building was built by Captain John Pendleton in 1810 and later was enlarged and became the Ocean House hotel in 1863 and was owned by Israel Decrow. The hotel burned in 1903. Artifacts recovered by archaeologist Harbour Mitchell of Camden.

Image of Pipe - WHC 2010.48

Pipe - WHC 2010.48

Bowl of clay pipe which was excavated from the site of the kitchen area of the Ocean House during the construction of the underground library wing in 1996. The building was built by Captain John Pendleton in 1810 and later was enlarged and became the Ocean House hotel in 1863 and was owned by Israel Decrow. The hotel burned in 1903. Artifacts recovered by archaeologist Harbour Mitchell of Camden.

Image of Marble - WHC 2010.48

Marble - WHC 2010.48

Clay marble from a child's game which was excavated from the site of the kitchen area of the Ocean House during the construction of the underground library wing in 1996. The building was built by Captain John Pendleton in 1810 and later was enlarged and became the Ocean House hotel in 1863 and was owned by Israel Decrow. The hotel burned in 1903. Artifacts recovered by archaeologist Harbour Mitchell of Camden.