The Antiques Roadshow…

Maryland family history covers hundreds of years….

Anyone in Maine holding old diaries and letters?

Gardiner tour will feature historic homes….

Barbara Oesterlin-Heath imagines the Rev. John Hanson going over his sermon one last time in the tiny room at the front of her house before he’d deliver his message at Sunday morning service.
Hanson came to Gardiner in 1850 to be the pastor of the Universalist Church, and built the distinguished Gothic Revival style home with the board-and-batten siding, trefoil windows and barge board trim at 116 Dresden Ave. that Oesterlin-Heath and her family moved into 11 years ago.
http://kennebecjournal.mainetoday.com/news/local/5143715.html for the story.

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