Historic Houses of Scarborough, Maine

The Historic Houses of Scarborough, compiled by Charlotte G. Stevens and donated to the Scarborough Public Library on July 17, 1953. This book includes short write-ups on 35 Scarborough buildings and homes along with photographs of the buildings and homes as they were in the early 1950s. Included are:

  1. The Parsonage, 160 Black Point Road
  2. The Church (4th church building), 167 Black Point Road
  3. Edward Libby Home (Possibly 212 Spurwink Road)
  4. Old Hastey [Hasty] House
  5. Old Edward Mitchell House (Possibly 178 Spurwink Road)
  6. The Kilbourne House (152 Spurwink Road)
  7. The Reuben Libby House 
  8. Augustus Small House (Possibly 359 Pleasant Hill Road)
  9. Part of the Robinson House
  10. Benjamin Larrabee House
  11. Alvin Larrabee House
  12. Dr. Sturdivant [Sturtevant] House
  13. The Thornton House (20 Black Point Road)
  14. The Oliver House
  15. The A I Plummer House
  16. The “Old Red House” (Hunnewell House – 81 Black Point Road)
  17. The Abraham Plummer House 
  18. The George Washington Libby House
  19. John Adams Libby House
  20. The Stanford House (194 Spurwink Road)
  21. The Library (built in 1899 – 165 Black Point Road)
  22. The Perry House (built by Alexander & Mary Prout Kirkwood – 534 Black Point Road)
  23. Cammock House
  24. The William H Googins House (built by Timothy McDanniel [McDaniel])
  25. The A I Seavey House (394 Black Point Road)
  26. The Eben Seavey House (386 Black Point Road)
  27. The Kaler-Vaill House (built by James Frank Coolbroth – 382 Black Point Road)
  28. The Atlantic House
  29. The Robert Libby House 
  30. The Jorden Larrabee House
  31. The Joseph Larrabee House
  32. The Thomas Carter Libby House (27 Black Point Road)
  33. The Freeman Libby House
  34. The Parson Thompson House 
  35. The Lancaster-Libby House

The write-up text is included in the PDF book. Higher quality images of the houses are available from the Society for a small fee. Please contact the Society using the form below for further information.

My thanks to the Scarborough Public Library for their permission to digitize and OCR this book.

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