First Church of Christ Scientist

61 Neal Street
Portland, Maine

Year Built: 1909

The First Church of Christ, Scientist, 61 Neal St., of Caledonian brick with Indiana limestone trim, and of Georgian architecture, was designed by Brigham, Coveney, and Bisbee of Boston. Construction of the building began in 1909, but services were held for the first time in March, 1915.


References

• Portland City Guide, Writer’s Program, Portland, Maine, 1940, p. 273 (Brigham, Coveney & Bisbee)


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