Title

Thuya Lodge and Thuya Garden are located off of Route 3 out of Northeast Harbor,

Authors

Jane Lamb

Source

Down East

Date

2-1-1994

Pages

42-45, 61-62

Abstract

Thuya Lodge and Thuya Garden are located off of Route 3 out of Northeast Harbor, and together with 200 acres of neighboring woods and mountainside make up a wonderful park. The lodge was the turn-of-the-century summer home of Boston landscape architect Joseph Henry Curtis, who left it to the town of Mount Desert when he died in 1928. The garden was created in the early 1950s by lifelong area resident Charles K. Savage, a friend and disciple of landscape designer Beatrix Farrand. Details.

Subjects

Thuya Garden Bar Harbor, Curtis, Joseph H, Savage, Charles K

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