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John Calvin Stevens House, 52 Bowdoin Street, Portland, Cumberland County, ME

John Calvin Stevens House, 52 Bowdoin Street, Portland, Cumberland County, ME

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Significance: House was built in 1884 in the "shingle style" by the Portland architect John Calvin Stevens, 1855-1940, as his own residence and has an early example of revived use of the gambrel roof.

Survey number: HABS ME-137
Building/structure dates: 1884- 1885 Initial Construction
Building/structure dates: 1905 Subsequent Work



Historic American Buildings Survey, creator
Stevens, John Calvin
Boucher, Jack E
Kingsbury, Martha
Myers, Denys Peter
Reeves, F Blair


South Portland43.64657, -70.27470
Google Map of 43.646575, -70.274699


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