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Winter Street Church, 880 Washington Street, Bath, Sagadahoc County, ME

Winter Street Church, 880 Washington Street, Bath, Sagadahoc County, ME

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Significance: This wooden church, a vernacular interpretation of the Gothic Revival style, is one of the finest examples of American Gothic Revival church architecture surviving in New England today.
Survey number: HABS ME-154
Building/structure dates: 1843- 1844 Initial Construction
Building/structure dates: 1890 Subsequent Work



Historic American Buildings Survey, creator
Sagadahoc Preservation, Incorporated
Bath Maritime Museum
Raymond, Anthony Coombs
Weeks, John
Fassett, Francis H
Stevens, John Calvin
Cobbs, Sylvester E
Mason, Philip Smith
Shettleworth, Earle G
Wengren, Mary-Eliza
Mast, Alan
Bisgrove, Mark C




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