Did you know the very first chewing gum factory was built in Portland? Back in the early 1850's businessman John Bacon Curtis saw a market for chewing gum and set up shop at 291 Fore Street, now the Hub Furniture building...
The City of Ships is loaded with nautical folklore and stories of salty sailors. One of the city's oldest and most famous cemeteries, Oak Grove Cemetery, is the final resting place of these famed captains and shipbuilders.
The Wadsworth-Longfellow House offers guided tours but some areas are not open to the public. With the help of Kathleen Newman of the Maine Historical Society, we learned that the best kept secrets are found in the attic.
The Congress Street home is now a museum and tours are available through the Maine Historical Society, but some areas are not accessible on these tours. Dan captured the space in a way that many aren't able to see.
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