Friday, January 13, 2017

Neal Dow House, Night

A nighttime view of the Neal Dow House at 714 Congress Street. It is a National Historic Landmark because of it's namesake. Neal Dow wore many hats: Mayor of Portland (1851–58), brigadier general in the American Civil War, an abolitionist, a leader of the temperance movement, and the Prohibition Party's presidential candidate in 1880. The building is currently home to the Maine Woman’s Christian Temperance Union.

Portland, Maine USA December 2016 photo by Corey Templeton of the Neal Dow Historic House at 714 Congress Street at night.