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Villages of Scarborough

Scarborough Leader series of articles about the  “Villages of Scarborough.” Articles include:

  1. Pine Point – Clams were core of Pine Point community.
  2. Blue Point – Proud of their ‘Hiller’ heritage.
  3. Dunstan – Dunstan defined community.
  4. North Scarborough – Grange hall was the hub of activity in North Scarborough.
  5. Oak Hill – Oak Hill has seen some changes.
  6. Black Point – Black Point had ‘everything right there.’
  7. Prouts Neck – Prouts Neck history features big hotels.
  8. Spurwink – Farms dominated Spurwink landscape.
  9. Higgins Beach – Residents recall bonds of summer.
  10. Pleasant Hill – Plenty of work and play in Pleasant Hill.

These articles have been compiled and are available as a PDF file in: “The Villages of Scarborough.”

Additionally, all of these articles are available through the efforts of the Scarborough Public Library through “Advantage Preservation.”  The Scarborough Leader issues from 1995 thru 2018 are available through Advantage Preservation.


Education

High School

Class of 1917

Four Corners – June 1917 – Commencement Issue – Volume VI, June, 1917 – No. 1 – Scarboro High School “Yearbook.” Includes Editorials, Literary, Slams, short sections about Juniors, Sophomores, and Freshmen, and Advertising. Arhive.Org Digital Maine.

Class of 1918

Four Corners – June 1918 – Patriotic Number  – Volume VII, June, 1918 – NO. 1 – Scarboro High School “Yearbook.” Includes Editorials, Literary, Slams, short sections about Juniors, Sophomores, and Freshmen, and Advertising. Arhive.Org Digital Maine.

Class of 1919

Four Corners – June 1919 – Victory Issue – Volume VIII – June 1918 – NO. 1 – Scarboro High School “Yearbook.” Includes Editorials, Literary, Slams, short sections about Juniors, Sophomores, and Freshmen, and  . Arhive.Org & Digital Maine.


Main Room

Back of Bookcase 1:

2005 thru 2017 – Scarborough Annual reports for 2005 through 2017 are available from Digital Commons, University of Maine. 

Top of Verticle File Cabinets

Cemetery Book

Cemetery 04 – Eben Libby Farm – Article (Text only)

Lateral File Cabinet 2

Drawer 2 – Address Files

577 Route 1 (Southgate House) Article (PDF) (Text Only)


Links Page

Maine History – Digital Commons at the University of Maine. (Includes 27 issues of the Journal from 2002 to 2016.

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