Gibeon Elden Bradbury (1833-1904)

Bradbury’s fist name may have been Gideon and his middle name may have been Eldon.

During his active years, Bradbury lived in a brick cape in Buxton area of Salmon Falls, Maine. He was the brother-in-law of Benjamin Paul Akers, painter, sculptor, and author.

At least one of his works is at the Portland Museum of Art. The Saco Museum (formerly the York Institute) in Saco, ME owns a collection of his paintings.

New Hampshire Scenery
Marie O’Brien, Collections Coordinator, Saco Museum
David Robinson