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Stories of Bartlett You May Have Never Heard    
Ted Houghton sent us these 1963 and 1964 photos of the Saunders Mansion in Livermore...
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Ted grew up at the Holiday Inn in Intervale and has sent us some history of the property and his experiences of "Growing up at a Country Inn"   Check it out HERE
 
1952 aerial photos of Bartlett Village in high resolution black & white.  Like Google Earth 61 years ago!  HERE
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    Opal Eastman Letter to the Editor reminding folks of the real names of places in Bartlett: Written, perhaps, 1967.  VIEW PDF HERE
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FEB 2014:   I acquired an 1883 Newspaper Article by A.A. Smith in the Kennebec Reporter in Gardiner Maine.  It describes the life of LADY BLANCHE MURPHY in delightful detail and how she went from Aristocrat to Pauper in pursuit of her ideals.  It's at this page






SEE listing of all our books, objects and archives as well as a listing of 5000 names of past Bartlett People. Also cemetery listings by name.   Take a look at this link.
 1952 Aerial Photos Collection;  and some other Major Topics
NEW CONTRIBUTION FROM RAYMOND HEBB:

IMAGINE, IT IS JUNE 17, 1960 and

The Bartlett High School Class of 1940 is having their 20th Reunion.  Thanks to Mr. Hebb who saved all the details.  There are names here you might remember.

Take a look here.....


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Bartlett Historical Society Museum Project
The Renovation and Transformation of the Former
St. Joseph Church into our new headquarters and museum...
Read more about our exciting project
    HERE
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