Designed by George Burnham of
Classical Revival Style
55 Main Street, Freeport ME 04032-1215
A Brief History of the Building
1905: A $6,500 grant from Andrew Carnegie was accepted.
1905-06: The library was built. It was named for benefactor Barnabas Henry Bartol (1816-1888), a Freeport native and accomplished engineer.
1967 : Additional renovations took place.
Additional renovations took place.
1997: A new library was built further along Main Street, away from the downtown outlets.
The building now houses an Abercrombie & Fitch outlet store.
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been compiled and posted by Corinne H. Smith.
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