- Item 15872 - Main Street, Sanford, ca 1900
- Contributed by Sanford-Springvale Historical Society
- Item 15872
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Main Street, Sanford. The three-story building where Louis Albert sold clothing was one of the first large commercial buildings in Sanford. Built in the 1880s it was demolished about 1970 under Sanford's urban renewal program. The home just beyond it was one of the earliest in Sanford village having been built in 1763. It was torn down in 1914 to make way for a new bank building, later the home of the Sanford Institution for Savings.Show Details