If you’ve ever visited Maine, you know that it’s one of the most stunningly beautiful places in the United States. Well, definitely in the summer. Winters can be brutal, so you really have to be a snowbird to enjoy winter up there. We uncovered a series of photos at the Library of Congress, showing Bar Harbor, Maine in the 1900s. Click on any of them for a larger, more detailed version.
These images are truly amazing and stunning. Make sure you’re clicking on them for larger versions to see the details in them. They’re amazing.
If you’ve ever visited, you know it’s a lovely place in the summer, and the best place for blueberry pies, arguably in the world! Check out the town’s official website and plan a trip for you and your family. I know I’d love to go back soon to enjoy some vacation time.
These last two photos show the view from Newport House, which sadly was demolished in 1938. Built in 1869, it’s just south of where Agamont Park is today.
We found these among a group of great Bar Harbor photos that you can find here. And of course, check out this cool map of the town from 1904. Now, who’s going to be planning a trip up there for the summer?