The Skolfield Whittier House in Brunswick was never used as a full-time residenc
The Skolfield Whittier House in Brunswick was never used as a full-time residence after 1925, and the possessions inside remain a "time capsule" to as early as the nineteenth century. The house was donated to the Pejepsot Historical Society in 1982 and contains many of the objects which the upper-middle class used to use daily. The Skolfield family included Eugenie Whittier, Maine's first female pediatrician, and the house contains an elaborate record of the family. Details.
Historic buildings Brunswick Skolfield House, Pejepscot Historical Society
Ward, Ellen MacDonald, "The Skolfield Whittier House in Brunswick was never used as a full-time residenc" (1997). Maine News Index - Down East Magazine. 354.
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