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    Gallery: Linda Bean has plans for Hallowell’s Hubbard Museum - Staff photo by Andy Molloy | of | Share this photo

    Gerry Mahoney, of the Row House, shown standing inside the Hubbard Free Library in Hallowell, discusses Wednesday the state of the collection at the Dr. Hubbard Museum.

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    Gallery: Linda Bean has plans for Hallowell’s Hubbard Museum - Staff file photo by Joe Phelan | of | Share this photo

    Until recently, Dr. Hubbard's medical office was a small museum located at 6 Second St. in Hallowell.

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    Gallery: Linda Bean has plans for Hallowell’s Hubbard Museum - Staff file photo by Joe Phelan | of | Share this photo

    Dr. Hubbard's medical office was a small museum located at 6 Second St. in Hallowell, where officials are now considering whether to give the building to Linda Bean.

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    Amputation tools, shown in this 2007 file photo, were on display in Dr. John Hubbard's medical office at 6 Second St. in Hallowell. All of the artifacts were removed from the museum earlier this year when mold was found in the building and the city is now considering whether to give the building to Linda Bean.

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    Gallery: Linda Bean has plans for Hallowell’s Hubbard Museum - Staff photo by Andy Molloy | of | Share this photo

    The Dr. Hubbard Museum on Wednesday in Hallowell, where city officials are working to decide whether to give the property to Linda Bean as part of a larger land transaction.

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