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Name Eastman Hill Stock Farm
Number of Archive records 3
Number of Library records 1
Number of Photo records 78
Number of Object records 3

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Eastman Hill Stock Farm Box - 1974.02.0798

A 10Hx15Wx12D archival record storage box with a collection of information about Eastman Hill Stock Farm. A second copy of the Historic Plot Plan for Eastman Hill is in the box, with the first copy on the bookshelves. News articles and correspondence relating to the farm after the death of Eunice Carroll and sale of the property by the National Trust for Historic Preservation to the Nikazmerads. File folders include the following topics: Dupont Lot Easement & Guidelines Eastman Hill Trust Eastman Hill Trust Correspondence General Information Magazine Articles Maintenance Fund & Lovell Fund Guidelines Pre-Sale Correspondence Pre-Sale Newsclippings Sales Brochures Stock Farm Oper

86. Patrick Williams on Eastman Hill Stock Farm - 2011.01.0024

Patrick Williams discussing Eastman Hill Stock Farm. He was the Farm Manager from 1995 until 2009. The interview was conducted by Catherine Stone, past owner of the farm, on November 9, 2011 at the Historical Society. Transcribed by Irene St. Germain in 2011.

87. Addendum on Eastman Hill Stock Farm - 2011.01.0025

Patrick Williams and Catherine Stone discussing Eastman Hill Stock Farm. Pat was the Farm Manager from 1995 until 2009 and Cathy was the Owner from 1994 until 1999. The interview was conducted on November 9, 2011 at the Historical Society.

Image of Antique Cider Press at Eastman Hill Stock Farm - 1974.02.0103

Antique Cider Press at Eastman Hill Stock Farm - 1974.02.0103

Nine photos of the antique cider press that was restored while Pat Williams was Manager of Eastman Hill Stock Farm. At the Fall Harvest Exhibit the press was described as such: "In 1996 Pat Williams purchased the remains of an antique cider press. The press was found on the Will Bryant Homestead in Chatham, NH. It had been bought by Mr. Bryant in 1928, used, and was operational for many years. After an extensive four year renovation, the cider press became operational once more in 2000."

Image of Brick House at Eastman Hill - 1974.02.0121

Brick House at Eastman Hill - 1974.02.0121

The Brick House at Eastman Hill, labeled 1833.

Image of Fashion Show Co-Ordinators for the Woman's Library Club, August 1962 - 1974.02.0261

Fashion Show Co-Ordinators for the Woman's Library Club, August 1962 - 1974.02.0261

Fashion show co-ordinators for the Lovell Woman's Library Club. From left to right: Katherine Vinton, Ruth Stanford, Cecile Goodwillie, Irene Walker, Madge (Heald) Paisley, Avis Cram, Eunice (Eastman) Carroll and Eleanor Walker. The picture was in the newspaper with this heading: "Pictured from left to right are Mrs. S. B. Vinton, president of the Lovell Woman's Library Club and hostesses, Mrs. Charles F. Stanford, Miss Cecile Goodwillie, Mrs. Percy A. Walker, Mrs. John K. Paisley, Mrs. Delbert E. Cram, Mrs. Joseph F. Carroll and Miss Eleanor L. Walker, who are in charge of the open house and garden of Mrs. Joseph F. Carroll ("Patty" Eastman), Eastman Hill Estate, Center Lovell, next Thur

Image of Ruth Stanford and Madge Paisley at Eastman Hill - 1986.01.0097

Ruth Stanford and Madge Paisley at Eastman Hill - 1986.01.0097

Ruth Stanford, at left, and Madge Paisley standing on the stage of the auditorium at Eastman Hill Stock Farm during the Library Club's Benefit Fashion Show.

Image of Mel Eastman House - 1992.01.0061

Mel Eastman House - 1992.01.0061

The Mel Eastman House at Eastman Hill Stock Farm.

Image of Eastman Hill - 1992.01.0007

Eastman Hill - 1992.01.0007

Written on back: "Eastman House Brick house with "4 tall chimneys" blt about 1830 by Phineas Eastman". Maine Memory Net: "The Phineas Eastman House, Lovell, Maine. It was the first brick house built in Lovell in 1833-35 on Eastman Hill. It passed into the ownership of the National Trust at the death of Eunice (Patty) Eastman Carroll." The National Trust then sold it to Nicholas and Catherine (Stone) Nikazmerad, who owned it from 1994 to 1999, and then Fred Horton and Katherine Ryan were the owners, from 1999 to present (2014).

Image of Eastmans in Front of the Mel Eastman House - 1992.01.0062

Eastmans in Front of the Mel Eastman House - 1992.01.0062

Group photo of Eastmans. Included are Nellie Eastman and Alvah Eastman.

Image of Mel Eastman House - 1992.01.0059

Mel Eastman House - 1992.01.0059

Early photo of the Mel Eastman House, on Eastman Hill Stock Farm.

Image of Eastman Hill Brick House - 1997.07.0001

Eastman Hill Brick House - 1997.07.0001

View of Eastman Hill Brick House before the porch was built and the barn was converted to an Auditorium. Three members of the Hilton McAllister family are sitting outside. Original is at Eastman Hill.

Image of Apple Orchard at Eastman Hill - 1997.07.0002

Apple Orchard at Eastman Hill - 1997.07.0002

View of Apple Orchard at Eastman Hill Stock Farm in the 1920's. Original is at Eastman Hill.

Image of Robert M. Eastman - 1997.07.0003

Robert M. Eastman - 1997.07.0003

Robert Maurice Eastman outside in front of the brick house at Eastman Hill Stock Farm. Used in the Winter 2012 Newsletter.

Image of Robert M. Eastman - 1997.07.0004

Robert M. Eastman - 1997.07.0004

Portrait of Robert M. Eastman.

Image of Robert M. Eastman - 1997.07.0005

Robert M. Eastman - 1997.07.0005

Portrait of Robert M. Eastman.

Image of 1999 Lovell Old Home Days - 1999.18.0001

1999 Lovell Old Home Days - 1999.18.0001

Eight photos of Lovell Old Home Days on July 24, 1999

Image of Garden at Eastman Hill, 1960 - 2001.12.0055

Garden at Eastman Hill, 1960 - 2001.12.0055

The garden at Eastman Hill Stock Farm on August 4, 1960. Taken from Photo CD #2.

Image of Brick House at Eastman Hill in the Winter - 2002.11.0059

Brick House at Eastman Hill in the Winter - 2002.11.0059

Brick House at Eastman Hill Stock Farm after a snow storm. Taken from Photo CD #1.