Title

Though Livermore of the late 1800s was a working-class town, its Italianate mans

Authors

Winnie White

Source

Down East

Date

8-1-1997

Pages

78-81

Abstract

Though Livermore of the late 1800s was a working-class town, its Italianate mansion, Norlands, was a stately summer mansion for the seven Washburn brothers, who rose to prosperity as a governor, a banker, four United States Representatives, and a journalist, respectively. The mansion has been fully restored as part of the Norlands Living History Center. Detailed family history.

Subjects

Historic buildings Livermore Norlands, Washburn family

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