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The George Seaverns House is a historic house at 8 High Street in Mechanic Falls, Maine. It is a 1-1- 2 story wood frame structure, built in 1853 by George W. Seaverns, who was in some way involved in the locally important paper industry. A second owner, later in the 19th century, was Charles E. Stevens, president of the Mechanic Falls Manufacturing Company. The house occupies a sloping site which would have overlooked Elm Street, a major thoroughfare, when it was built. The house is stylistical...
 Keystone Mineral Springs is an historic mineral water bottling facility on Keystone Spring Road in Poland, Maine. Located along the former right-of-way of Keystone Spring Road in eastern Poland, the facility consists of two structures, a spring house built c. 1885 and a bottling house built in 1929. The facilities are, along with the more well-known Poland Spring Bottling Plant and Spring House, the only known surviving elements of the early period of mineral water bottling in Maine. The propert...
 
 
 
The Oxford Congregational Church and Cemetery is a historic church and cemetery in Oxford, Maine, located on the east side of King Street, 0.2 miles (0.32 km) north of its junction with Maine State Route 121. Built in 1842-3, the church is architecturally significant as a good local example of Greek Revival and Gothic Revival style, and is artistically significant for a decorative stenciled trompe loeil artwork on the ceiling and sanctuary end wall. The property was listed on the National Regist...
 

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 Bar Harbor Airlines Flight 1808 was a scheduled flight from Logan International Airport to Bangor International Airport in the United States on August 25, 1985. On final approach to Auburn- Lewiston Municipal Airport, the Bar Harbor Airlines Beechcraft Model 99 crashed short of the runway, killing all six passengers and two crew on board. Among the passengers was Samantha Smith, a thirteen-year-old American schoolgirl who had become famous as a Goodwill Ambassador to the Soviet Union and who had...
 Oxford Plains Speedway is a 3- 8 mile racetrack located in Oxford, Maine. Established in 1950, the track was originally a half mile before being shortened to a 3- 8 mile track later on in the tracks history. With 14,000 seats, the speedway has the largest seating capacity of any sporting venue in Maine. The main race held there is the AIM Recycling Oxford 250, which has run under various sanctions over the years, including in the early 1990s the NASCAR Xfinity Series in a combination race with w...
 
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Auburn is a city in and the county seat of Androscoggin County, Maine, United States. The population was 23,055 at the 2010 census. It is one of two principal cities of and included in the Lewiston-Auburn, Maine metropolitan New England city and town area and the Lewiston-Auburn, Maine Metropolitan Statistical Area (which is part of the Portland-Lewiston-South Portland, Maine combined statistical area). Auburn and Lewiston (directly across the Androscoggin River) are known locally as the Twin Ci...

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The Androscoggin County Courthouse and Jail is located at 2 Turner Street in Auburn, Maine, the county seat of Androscoggin County. The original portion of the large brick Renaissance Revival complex was designed by Gridley James Fox Bryant and was built in 1857, with a sympathetic enlargement c. 1915-20. The jail was expanded in 1970 and 1990, and is now accessed via an entrance on Pleasant Street. The complex was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1983 for its architecture a...
 
The A. A. Garcelon House is an historic house at 223 Main Street in Auburn, Maine, United States. It is a 2-1- 2 story wood frame structure, designed by Jefferson L. Coburn and Sons of Lewiston, and built in 1890 for a A. A. Garcelon, a local merchant. It is one of Auburns finest Queen Anne Victorians, with projecting bay sections on its two street-facing sides, and a projecting corner tower rising three stories, with a rounded roof. Bands of scallop-cut shingles separate the first and second fl...
The Edward Little House is an historic house at 217 Main Street in Auburn, Maine. It is a 2-1- 2 story wood frame structure, five bays wide, with a center entry flanked by sidelight windows and topped by a fanlight. Built in 1827, the Federal style house is one of the oldest on the south side of Auburn, and is most notable as the home of Edward Little, a major landowner and proponent of the development of Auburn. Little was also known for the many gifts he made to the growing community, supporti...

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The Atkinson Building is an historic commercial building at 220 Lisbon Street in Lewiston, Maine. Built in 1892, the six-story Romanesque style building was the tallest in the city at the time, and is still an imposing presence in the citys central business district. It was designed by Auburn architect Elmer Thomas to harmonize with the adjacent Lewiston City Hall (built 1890-92), and is one of its finest Victorian commercial buildings. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places i...

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The Central Maine Medical Center is a hospital located at 300 Main Street in the city of Lewiston, Maine. It serves most of Androscoggin County, including Lewiston and Auburn, Maine and various small and medium-sized communities. The hospital was established in the 1860s and officially incorporated in 1888 by Dr. Edward H. Hill, an alumnus of nearby Bates College and also Harvard Medical School. The hospital is currently a teaching affiliate of Boston University School of Medicine and University...
 
 
 
 
 

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  The George Seaverns House is a historic house at 8 High Street in Mechanic Falls, Maine. It is a 1-1/2 story wood frame structure, built in 1853 by George W. Seaverns, who was in some way involved in the locally important paper industry. A second owner, later in the 19th century, was Charles E. Stevens, president of the Mechanic Falls Manufacturing Company. The house occupies a sloping site which would have overlooked Elm Street, a major thoroughfare, when it was built. The house is stylistically Gothic Revival in character, with decorative vergeboard, window hoods, and ogee brackets. The houses interior has an unusual asymmetrical plan, diverging from the conventional central hall plans that typified area houses of the period. Its main (western) elevation features a series of porches supported by chamfered posts with decorative brackets.  

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