- Item 22388 - Dyer Library, Saco, ca. 1914
- Contributed by Dyer Library Archives / Saco Museum
- Item 22388
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First permanent home of the Dyer Library in Saco, Maine. Located on Main St., it was built in 1893. The building is a wonderful example of Colonial Revival architecture. Also contains some touches of Romanesque architecture in the arched windows. The architect of the building was Horace G. Wadlin of Reading, Massachusetts. The general contractor was J. H. Randall of Portland and the mason was Edwin R. Bradbury of Saco.Show Details