Yes, Titcomb's mill was situated in the downtown area according to an article written in the 1895 edition of the Houlton Pioneer times. The mill was " a large steam mill for the manufacture of long lumber, laths, shingles, and clapboards." There is a picture of it , also. My relatives had a different sawmill located on the outskirts of town, on what is now known as B stream.
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