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McLellan-Sweat House, 111 High Street, Portland, Cumberland County, ME

McLellan-Sweat House, 111 High Street, Portland, Cumberland County, ME

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Significance: A handsome Federal style house, with noteworthy detailing and interior woodwork. Significant as documentation of the lifestyle of the merchant elite of early 19th century New England.
Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: FN-70
Survey number: HABS ME-121
Building/structure dates: 1800-1801 Initial Construction
Building/structure dates: 1910-1911 Subsequent Work
National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 70000073



Historic American Buildings Survey, creator
McLellan, Hugh
Sweat, Lorenzo DeMedici
Portland Society of Art
Parris, Alexander
Kimball, John
Brazier, Harrison
Stevens, John Calvin
Hepburn, Andrew
Pancoast, John
Boucher, Jack E
Reeves, F Blair
Goiran, Philip
Dana, Sally
Benninger, Christopher C
Jahncke, Davis L


South Portland43.65326, -70.26201
Google Map of 43.6532638, -70.2620136


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