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Maine State House, State & Capitol Streets, Augusta, Kennebec County, ME

Maine State House, State & Capitol Streets, Augusta, Kennebec County, ME



Significance: The Maine State House, designed by Charles Bulfinch in 1829.
Survey number: HABS ME-130
Building/structure dates: 1829-1832 Initial Construction
Building/structure dates: 1891 Subsequent Work
Building/structure dates: 1909-1910 Subsequent Work



Historic American Buildings Survey, creator
Bulfinch, Charles
King, William
Williams, Revel
Brigham & Spofford
Hichborn, Charles S
George A. Fuller Company
Noble, W Clark
Desmond, G Henri
Boucher, Jack E
Silverman, Eleni
Kingsbury, Martha
Reeves, F Blair
Benninger, Christopher C
Dana, Sally
Goiran, Philip
Jahncke, Davis L
Gray, G H
Borchers, Perry E


Augusta (Me.)44.30941, -69.79067
Google Map of 44.3094143, -69.7906704


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