SOLD! A Big Chunk of the History of Westbrook, Maine – S D Warren Paper Mill’s Centennial


Westbrook area citizens know how important the S D Warren paper mill (now owned by SAPPI) has been to the community…. at one time the mill employed over 3,000 workers.

The May 19, 1954 issue of the Westbrook American devoted 64 pages to S D Warren’s 100 year anniversary.  That paper only cost 5c!!

We have the entire newspaper, and it is in fabulous condition!

Condition:  Excellent.

Price:  $8.00.   (Plus the obligatory 5.5% State of Maine Sales Tax, of course.)

Layaway Plan:  Please see our “Details: Layaway Plan” page.

Payment Information:   Please see our “Details: Payment & Pricing” page.

Shipping & Delivery Information:  Please see our “Details: Shipping & Delivery” page.

Heritage Collectibles and Heritage Books & Maps are being combined into one shop: Heritage Collectibles, Books & Maps, located at 189 Main Street in Lewiston.  We’ll still have two separate blogs: and

Please follow either or both, and show us you like us!  (The more followers, likes and comments we have, the more impetus we have to put our efforts into presenting you with cool products and fascinating reads!)

Papa’s Thrift Shop is being re-opened at 5 Park Street (same building, separate entrance around the corner)!  We hope to be up and running by February 15.   Papa’s website is:

Sign up for our Weekly Specials by Text club!  Just text us at 207 740 2247 with the message “HC Weekly Specials” and you’ll receive a single text every Monday morning with info on specials good through Saturday of that week!

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In memory of my beloved husband John K Snyder… 20 Sept 1956 – 21 Oct 2016.
He loved our shops, especially Heritage Books, Maps & Ephemera – it was his baby.

He loved me, and oh how I loved him.

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