Bangor Images

 

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Circa Date

circa 1881

Subject Date

circa 1881

Description

The chapel of the Bangor Theological Semenary was built in 1858 by the architect William G. Morse. To the right of the chapel is Maine Hall, designed by Charles H. Pond. Maine Hall, begun in 1833, was designed as a sober, traditional building, modeled after similar structures at Andover Seminary and Harvard University, so its simple Federal facade is plain except for a simple doric portico.

Note: This image was scanned by a student at William S. Cohen School.

Collection Name

Vickery Stereo Photo Collection

Keywords

William G. Morse, Charles H. Pond, Bangor Theological Seminary, chapel, Maine Hall, buildings, colleges, schools, Maine Charity School

Location

Bangor, Penobscot County, ME

Medium

stereo photo, stereograph

Dimensions

18.7 x 17.5 cm

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Keywords

William G. Morse, Charles H. Pond, Bangor Theological Seminary, chapel, Maine Hall, buildings, colleges, schools, Maine Charity School

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