The great Hallowell-Searsport antiques rivalry

Harris, Patricia; Lyon, David
July 1992
Yankee;Jul92, Vol. 56 Issue 7, p50
Reports on the rivalry of the antiques businesses of Searsport and Hallowell, Maine. Hallowell's history; Description of some typical Hallowell antique shops; Hallowell's restaurants; Searsport's history; Typical Searsport antique shops; Other Searsport shops; Searsport inns.


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