Wilton Farm And Home Museum

Canal Street
Wilton, ME 04294

Built in the mid-1860s by Rawson Fuller, the building was used between about 1910 and 1945 as a boarding house for G.H. Bass employees. Bass had built his new shoe factory on Wilton Stream in 1904 and bought the Fuller property by 1911. After the boarding house ceased to be a hotel, the Bass Company used it for hand sewing, offices, and for storage space
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