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Cadillac Mountain Road, Between Park Loop Road & Cadillac Mountain Summit, Bar Harbor, Hancock County, ME

Cadillac Mountain Road, Between Park Loop Road & Cadillac Mountain Summit, Bar Harbor, Hancock County, ME

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Significance: The Cadillac Mountain summit, chief peak of Acadia National Park, is the highest point on the Atlantic Coast between Labrador and Brazil. The Cadillac Mountain Road makes the summit accessible to park motorists and is one of the chief attractions of the park.
Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: N357
Survey number: HAER ME-58
Building/structure dates: 1929-1932 Initial Construction



Historic American Engineering Record, creator
Grossman, Leo
Bureau of Public Roads
Joseph P McCabe, Incorporated
Green & Wilson
Dorr, George B
Rockefeller, John D
Peters, John A
Mather, Stephen T
Hill, Walters G
Cammerer, Arno B
Pepper, George Wharton
Work, Hubert
Simpson, Paul D
Vint, Thomas C
MacDonald, Thomas H
McElvey, H G
Anderson, W J
Zeglen, R J
Doonan, Dennis
Miller, Guy M
Peterson, Charles E
Hadley, B L
US Army Corps of Engineers
Public Roads Administration
Quin, Richard H, historian
Lowe, Jet, photographer


Bar Harbor44.38761, -68.20391
Google Map of 44.3876119, -68.2039123


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