- Item 27084 - Second Islesboro Inn, aerial view, ca. 1950
- Contributed by Islesboro Historical Society
- Item 27084
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This photograph, taken from the air, shows the situation of the second Islesboro Inn (1917) overlooking Penobscot Bay to the east. The original Islesboro Inn burned in 1915. The Philler Cottage across the street can also be seen, as well as a corner of the Dark Harbor Pool.Show Details
The Islesboro Inn was built in the southern section of Islesboro, called Dark Harbor, to attract wealthy families, who would buy lots and build summer "cottages."