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Phillips Historical Society


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The Bose house, built in 1830's, houses a collection of Portland Glass, house furnishings from the time, information on local families, and copies of the Philips newspapers. A typical New England house with barn and shed with diplays in each. Open summers 1st & 3rd Sundays or by appointment.


Address: Corner of Pleasant and Main Streets
Phone: 207-639-5013

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Phillips Historical Society

The Bose house, built in 1830's, houses a collection of Portland Glass, house furnishings from the time, information on local families, and copies of the Philips newspapers. A typical New England house with barn and shed with diplays in each. Open summers 1st & 3

Phillips, ME Historical Societies



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