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Vintage Bangor Maine Postcard, Covered Bridge Over Kenduskeag Stream c.1939 near our house 1961

Vintage Bangor Maine Postcard, Covered Bridge Over Kenduskeag Stream c.1939 near our house 1961

Rufus Dwinel, Mount Hope Cemetery, Bangor, Maine

Rufus Dwinel, Mount Hope Cemetery, Bangor, Maine

The Park Theater was named for its location at the bottom of Park Street. It opened in 1913 as The Palace Theater and stood in this location until 1973, when it was demolished for the beautiful parking lot that exists today.

The Park Theater was named for its location at the bottom of Park Street. It opened in 1913 as The Palace Theater and stood in this location until 1973, when it was demolished for the beautiful parking lot that exists today.

Bangor Opera House ca. 1914. Though this structure burned, it was rebuilt and for years served as a movie theater.  Today it houses the Penobscot Theater Company.

Bangor Opera House ca. 1914. Though this structure burned, it was rebuilt and for years served as a movie theater. Today it houses the Penobscot Theater Company.

Bridge with flowers over the Kenduskeag stream. Bangor, Maine, USA

Bridge with flowers over the Kenduskeag stream. Bangor, Maine, USA

Lover's Leap - Trolley, Bangor, Maine

Lover's Leap - Trolley, Bangor, Maine

Grave Marker- Hannibal Hamlin, U.S. Vice President (Lincoln). Hannibal Hamlin was buried with honors in the Hamlin Family plot at Mount Hope Cemetery in Bangor, Maine.

Grave Marker- Hannibal Hamlin, U.S. Vice President (Lincoln). Hannibal Hamlin was buried with honors in the Hamlin Family plot at Mount Hope Cemetery in Bangor, Maine.

Thomas A. Hill House and Civil War Museum in Bangor Maine

Cabo San Lucas Things to Do – Attractions & Must See

Thomas A. Hill House and Civil War Museum in Bangor Maine

Kenduskeag Stream, Bangor, Maine

Kenduskeag Stream, Bangor, Maine

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