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Plaque detailing the history of the Portland Press Herald Building, Guy Gannett and the Newspaper and Media Companies that were once housed in the building.

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Low two foot stone with a plaque on the front. The plaque is dedicated to the Maine Way Redevelopment Project. Plaque was removed, leaving stone in the summer of 2014.

A stone comedy mask, originally part of the outside facade of a theater. The mask is laying on the ground, in planted section of the sidewalk with bushes and trees. There is an accompanying plaque that sits near the mask and bares the inscription.

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Bronze plaque on the Clapp memorial building on the corner of Congress and Elm Streets. The plaque's inscription gives information about three members of the Clapp family who lived in the house that was previously built on that spot.

Plaque commemorating the Atlantic & St. Lawrence and Portland's roles in Canadian railway history. The plaque is located on the front of the India Street terminal, one of the few buildings left of the rail yard. The Canadian National Railways symbol…

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A boulder with a bronze plaque. The plaque's inscription commemorates the site of the house where Longfellow was born.

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Three foot tall stone pier, with a plaque on the top. The plaque is on the history of the United States Hotel which used to be on that site.
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