Photo Box 2 – Churches


Accession # Description
02.69.02 1st Row:  Barbara Gill, Ann Ferguson, Rebecca Hughes, Franklyn Keehlivetter, Janice Huff, Julia Ferguson, Florence Nielsen
2nd Row: Eleanor Nielsen, Abbie Libby, David Bartlett, John Pooler, George Pooler, John Ferguson, Shirley Nielsen, Ethel Dodge, Barbara Bartlett
Scarborough Free Baptist Church – Early 50’s?
00.120A 8 Corners Church – Buggy Meeting – Gorham Road | In 1841, the Free Will Baptist House of Cape Elizabeth was at the corner of Mussey and Gorham Roads. In 1883 the name was changed to Scarborough Free Baptist Church. The Church was replaced in 1971.
91.14.2 Catholic Church – Prouts Neck, Me. – Postcard Published by F. M. Newcomb & Son.
89.9. Spurwink Church (Catholic)
10.9.9 St. Jude’s Roman Catholic Church, Pine Point, ME
95.27.66 Black Point Congregational Church
95.27.174 Black Point Church (1920s – 1930s ?) (Congregational)
Donated by Esther (Bowley) Murphy. The Old Church on Black Pt. Rd. Built 1844 – Discontinued 1893. | Old Church (The Causeway Church) built in 1844 of wood from the previous church at Oak Hill, now the Black Point Variety. | (NOTE:) This does not appear to be either the Causeway or present church. (The trees don’t coincide) R.A. Delaware 11/93. (Congregational)
69.36.1 Interior of Black Point (Congregational) Church Erected 1844 – Abandoned 1893 | The frescos on walls were considered among the finest in New England.
97.32.11 Blue Point Congregational Church – 1957 – Pine Point Beach, Maine
69.10.1 Rev. Henry Storer -Donated by Miss Pauline Huston – Congregational Minister
Donated by Mrs. Clark A. Libbey First Congregational Church | Black Point Road
02.44.1 Wendell Whitten (House)
05.49.27 Dunstan Methodist Church (side entrance)
05.49.3 Dunstan Methodist Church (Sanctuary) 1976
05.49.26 Dunstan Methodist Church (Interior) c. 1907
05.49.25 Dunstan Methodist Church (and house next door) before Steeple
93.13.9 Dunstan Methodist Church (and house next door) after Steeple
05.49.18 Dunstan Methodist Church (after addition) c. 1976
95.11.5 Dunstan Methodist Church (exterior) No bell railing.
80.5.1 North Scarborough Free Church (Beech Ridge & County Roads) – c. 1870
64.37.1 Scarborough & Buxton Corner Church
95.52.1 Street scene. North Scarborough Free Church, 1907 — looking west along the County Road, at the junction of Saco Street. The was erected 1871-72; dismantled 1936), is shown on the left, at the southwest corner of the intersection. The O. E. Sherman store is visible on the right, along the north side of the County Road.
The building in the distance (left of center) and along the south side of the County Road is the residence of Harry L. Sherman, brother of the store’s proprietor, Orra E. Sherman. The home of a third brother, William Sherman, for many years Scarborough’s tax collector, can partially be seen through the trees, beyond the store.