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Name Knightville

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Image of 2012.020.19 -

2012.020.19 -

Cape Cottage Theatre program - 1908. Program contains multiple advertisements for local businesses.

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 2015.032.1 -

2015.032.1 -

Masons - Hiram Lodge - Masonic Fair program, December 1904.

Image of 1973.019 -

1973.019 -

St. Alban Commandery, Knights Templar - List of members, dated July 1, 1911.

Image of 2011.086.9 -

2011.086.9 -

Newspaper article about local policeman John Larsen (with photograph) about his role in community policing in Knightville.

Image of 2006.071.9 - Rosella Loveitt Collection

2006.071.9 - Rosella Loveitt Collection

Tour of historic sites in South Portland, divided into 3 distinct sections. "Eastern Tour" covers the area from Bug Light Park to Waterman Drive and back. The "Pleasantdale Tour" begins at Cash Corner, follows Main Street into Ligonia and Pleasantdale, then to Highland Avenue, and back to Cash Corner via Broadway. The "Western Tour" covers the area around the Maine Mall, Long Creek, and Thornton Heights. ****Please note that there are numerous inaccuracies in this document.*****

Image of 2012.135.20 - J. Harold Webster Collection

2012.135.20 - J. Harold Webster Collection

Detailed plans of various proposed traffic patterns and bridge design for the new Portland bridge. Labeled "Scheme 3", it features 2 large roundabouts.

Image of 2013.048.3 - Art Gaffar Collection

2013.048.3 - Art Gaffar Collection

Blank invoice from Carolyn's Home-made candies, ice cream, and salted nuts, 28 Cottage Road, South Portland.

Image of 2014.128.1 -

2014.128.1 -

Evening Express article (May 14, 1984) about redevelopment plans in Knightville after South Portland received a Community Development Grant worth $949,000. Side stories about Smaha's Market and the details of the Community Development grant. Includes photos of Legion Square, Ocean Street, and Smaha's Market.

Image of 2015.014.44 - Hinckley Collection

2015.014.44 - Hinckley Collection

Mill Creek Park news clippings. George Hinckley was a key player in the development of Mill Creek Park.

Image of 2008.020.23 -

2008.020.23 -

"When Knightville Square Had Trees," postcard photo in a newspaper clipping, with Devine's Drug store, Legion Square Pharmacy, includes photocopy.

Image of 2015.035.13 -

2015.035.13 -

Mill Creek business directory, including advertisements and contact information for businesses within the "Millcreek Triangle." Also includes a brief history of Knightville.

Image of 2015.098.67 - Knightville Architectural Survey

2015.098.67 - Knightville Architectural Survey

47 C Street - form and photo from the 2006 Knightville architectural survey.

Image of 2015.098.3 - Knightville Architectural Survey

2015.098.3 - Knightville Architectural Survey

18 Ocean Street - form and photos from the 2006 Knightville architectural survey. This is the former trolley car barn built by the electric railroad company, circa 1895. The building later became home to the Snow Squall Restaurant and Lounge.

Image of 2015.096.3 - Woodbury Collection

2015.096.3 - Woodbury Collection

A chronology of the barkentine Carrie Heckle, from her launch on August 18, 1877 from the Joshua Randall shipyard in Knightville, until her loss in October 1890 in a gale. 40 pages.

Image of 2015.098.1 - Knightville Architectural Survey

2015.098.1 - Knightville Architectural Survey

13 Ocean Street - form and photo from the 2006 Knightville architectural survey.

Image of 2015.098.2 - Knightville Architectural Survey

2015.098.2 - Knightville Architectural Survey

16 Ocean Street - form and photo from the 2006 Knightville architectural survey. This building was erected by the trolley company, circa 1895, to house the generators to power the trolley line in South Portland.

Image of 2015.098.4 - Knightville Architectural Survey

2015.098.4 - Knightville Architectural Survey

52 Ocean Street - form and photo from the 2006 Knightville architectural survey. This building was formerly home to businesses such as Harmon's Cafe, French's Lunch, the Nite-Ville Cafe, Mack's Cafe, Mary's Lunch, the Shangri-La Cafe, and Red Cab Company.

Image of 2015.098.5 - Knightville Architectural Survey

2015.098.5 - Knightville Architectural Survey

58 Ocean Street - form and photo from the 2006 Knightville arcitectural survey. This building was formerly home to Mooradian Bros. grocery, Supreme Food, the Seven-o-Seven Restaurant, Smitty's 707 Tavern, Mulligans Too, and Edward Jones Investments.

Image of 2015.098.6 - Knightville Architectural Survey

2015.098.6 - Knightville Architectural Survey

60 Ocean Street - form and photos from the 2006 Knightville architectural survey. The Griffin Club.