Why preserve the Stewart Library Building?

It is an important question. Here are a few answers. – Because of the memories the building holds for so many or us. – Because the town has lost so much recently. – The town needs a place where people can gather and spend time together. – It is a…


Veteran’s Day

Today we remember those who have served our country, now and in the past. We honor their bravery and sacrifice. Six veterans from Corinna who gave their lives have been remembered with bronze plaques at the base of apple trees on the grounds of the Stewart Library Building. Unfortunately, over…


Public Meeting at the Stewart Library Building

The Corinna Building Preservation Group will host an informational public meeting at the Stewart Library Building on November 17, 2015 at 6:30 PM. Come learn about the effort to preserve and renovate the building. At the meeting the architect on the project from Ames Associates will review the work in…


Trim Color

The old image to the right is a photograph of the Stewart Library Building taken shortly after it was completed in 1898. Looking closely you will notice that the trim, the window frames, and the decorative parts were not white. They were painted a dark color. The Maine Historic Preservation…


Three Developments at the SLB

Among other development this past week at the Stewart Library Building, these three stand out. The foundation for the new addition on the St. Albans Road side (north side) of the building has been constructed. The forms came off the concrete a few days ago. This is the base for…


Trent Austin – Benefit Concert

Trent Austin, celebrated trumpet artist, originally from Corinna, will present a benefit concert of jazz and blues at the Corinna Methodist Church on Saturday, October 17 at 7 PM. Proceeds from the concert will benefit the Stewart Building Preservation Fund. Trent is just back from a tour in Europe. He…


Working on Chimneys

Masons from Knowles Industrial Services are working on the exterior masonry of the building. They are removing the degraded mortar and will replace it with new mortar mixed especially to match that used when the building was constructed 116 years ago. Here you can see two men working on lifts…



BPG Photo

The members of the Building Preservation Group at the Stewart Library Building, October 2015. Front: Carl Smith, Linda Smith, Colleen Grover, Jackie Emerson, Serena Bemis-Goodall Back: Roland Dorman, Jim Louder, Gary Dorman, Lee Kaufman, Galen McKenney, Bill Condon, Ken Dow Other members: Sylvia Miholovich, Jamie Irving, Wanda Roy


Phase Two Project Sign

How are we paying for 3 projects?

There are three projects running at the Stewart Library Building right now. What are they? How are we paying for them? 1. The Clock Tower and Steeple – “Phase One” The top 30 feet of the clock tower and the wooden steeple were in bad condition. These two areas showed…


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