There was a time when enjoying the film industry’s Hollywood’s finest offerings didn’t require a trip across town to a multiplex or a subscription to a high-priced cable service. All it took was a walk downtown and as little as ten cents. Movies theaters could be found in even the smallest cities like Hallowell where Continue Reading
Museum In The Streets, Old Hallowell Day Pop-up Museum . . .
As part of Hallowell’s Museum In The Street Project, the Historic Hallowell Committee purchased twenty-seven photographs printed from glass plate negatives that are part of the Eastern Illustrating and Publishing Company collection housed at the Penobscot Marine Museum. Founded in Belfast, Maine, in 1909, the Eastern Illustrating & Publishing Co. published “real photo postcards” with Continue Reading
Dr Hubbard House Second St. Dr. John Hubbard Junior started practicing medicine in Hallowell in 1830. He graduated from Dartmouth College and the Medical Department of the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. The building, an authentic nineteenth century doctor’s office, was closed on his death in 1869 and remained on the Hubbard Farm until being Continue Reading