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Name Cottage Road

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Image of 2015.098.38 - Knightville Architectural Survey

2015.098.38 - Knightville Architectural Survey

51 Cottage Road - form and photo from the 2006 Knightville architectural survey.

Image of 2012.035.2 -

2012.035.2 -

Cottage Road Pharmacy, Inc. receipt dated March 10, 1956. John J. Cassidy is listed as president.

Image of 2015.002.5 -

2015.002.5 -

Matchbook cover, advertising the Hilltop Coffee Shop at 347 Cottage Road - delicious sandwiches and Hilltop's Old Fashioned Ice Cream. The building was built in the mid-1940s by William L. Mileson and first housed the Hill Top Tea Room. In the 1950s, Lloyd W. Johnson ran it, but changed the name to the Hilltop Coffee Shop.

Image of 2008.020.24 -

2008.020.24 -

"Disappearing Landmark," Old Sparhawk Mills, on Cottage Road near Mill Creek, torn down for Hannaford Brothers supermarket, in June 1965, includes photocopy.

Image of 2015.098.30 - Knightville Architectural Survey

2015.098.30 - Knightville Architectural Survey

2 Cottage Road - form and photo from the 2006 Knightville architectural survey. Casco Bank & Trust building.

Image of 2015.098.31 - Knightville Architectural Survey

2015.098.31 - Knightville Architectural Survey

6 Cottage Road - forms and photo from the 2006 Knightville architectural survey. Soma Body & Home. Soma Massage & Wellness.

Image of 2015.098.32 - Knightville Architectural Survey

2015.098.32 - Knightville Architectural Survey

8 Cottage Road - form and photo from the 2006 Knightville architectural survey. Lone Wolf Productions.

Image of 2015.098.33 - Knightville Architectural Survey

2015.098.33 - Knightville Architectural Survey

10 Cottage Road - form and photo from the 2006 Knightville architectural survey. Lone Wolf Productions.

Image of 2015.098.34 - Knightville Architectural Survey

2015.098.34 - Knightville Architectural Survey

21 Cottage Road - form and photo from the 2006 Knightville architectural survey. South Portland Post Office building.

Image of 2015.098.35 - Knightville Architectural Survey

2015.098.35 - Knightville Architectural Survey

22 Cottage Road - form and photo from the 2006 Knightville architectural survey. Linscott Real Estate.

Image of 2015.098.36 - Knightville Architectural Survey

2015.098.36 - Knightville Architectural Survey

25 Cottage Road - form and photo from the 2006 Knightville architectural survey. Municipal Building (City Hall).

Image of 2015.098.37 - Knightville Architectural Survey

2015.098.37 - Knightville Architectural Survey

35/37 Cottage Road - form and photo from the 2006 Knightville architectural survey.

Image of 2015.098.39 - Knightville Architectural Survey

2015.098.39 - Knightville Architectural Survey

99 Cottage Road - form and photo from the 2006 Knightville architectural survey.

Image of 2015.098.40 - Knightville Architectural Survey

2015.098.40 - Knightville Architectural Survey

101 Cottage Road - form and photo from the 2006 Knightville architectural survey.

Image of 2015.098.41 - Knightville Architectural Survey

2015.098.41 - Knightville Architectural Survey

109 Cottage Road - form and photo from the 2006 Knightville architectural survey. Pratt Abbott.

Image of 2015.098.43 - Knightville Architectural Survey

2015.098.43 - Knightville Architectural Survey

159 Cottage Road - form and photo from the 2006 Knightville architectural survey. Getty gas station.

Image of 2015.098.44 - Knightville Architectural Survey

2015.098.44 - Knightville Architectural Survey

168 Cottage Road - form and photo from the 2006 Knightville architectural survey.

Image of 1976.028.3 -

1976.028.3 -

The Old North Church sitting in its location on the north side of Cottage Road, with the Mount Pleasant Cemetery around it. This church building was built in 1835, replacing the former North Church building that has been built in 1734 and torn down in 1834. The Old North Church building, shown here, was moved across the street in 1891. Now known as the First Congregational Church, UCC, the building has undergone many renovations and additions over the years.

Image of 2010.059.5 -

2010.059.5 -

Memorial Day Parade, circa 1947. Two booklets in folder with multiple photos. This photo shows Cottage Road - note the Old Sparhawk Mills in the background.

Image of 2008.014.3 -

2008.014.3 -

Martin's 5c to $1 Store, 385-387 Cottage Road (where DiPietro's Market is now), Officer William Murphy standing in front. A glimpse of the old Texaco gas station to the left. Martin's 5 cent to $1 store operated from the left side of this building in the 1940s, then moved around 1950 across the street into the storefront previously occupied by the A & P.