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Seaside Inn, Seal Harbor, 1891

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Seaside Inn, Seal Harbor, 1891
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This image depicts two children standing in Stanley Brook in front of Seaside Inn, formerly the Seaside House, located in Seal Harbor in 1891.

The Seaside House was a private residence owned by the Clement Family. Over the years the Seaside house went through a few transitions; first in 1870 it was renovated into a 10-room boarding house and then in 1882 a large annex was added. Then in 1891 Amos and James Clement hired Bar Harbor-based architect John E. Clark to redesign the house into a large hotel, renaming it the Seaside Inn. In 1963 it was torn down.

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