Frank S. Paine House - 23 Boynton

Frank S. Paine House
Frank S. Paine House
Frank S. Paine House
Frank S. Paine House
Frank S. Paine House
Frank S. Paine House
Frank S. Paine House, c.1895
Frank S. Paine House, c.1895
Frank S. Paine House, c. 1895.
Frank S. Paine House, c. 1895.
Frank S. Paine House, c. 1940. At this time, the Paine House had become the Eastport hospital.
Frank S. Paine House, c. 1940. At this time, the Paine House had become the Eastport hospital.
Built:1887
Address:
23 Boynton Street
Eastport, Eastport

• From Eastport Sentinel, October 6, 1886: “A house to cost eight or ten thousand dollars is being built on the site of the old Lamprey house on Boynton St. by Mr. F.S. Paine. From the plans and specifications this is undoubtedly to be one gf the most imposing and commodious dwellings in town and will be both a credit to the owner and an ornament to the town.”

• From Eastport Sentinel, January 12, 1887, p.3,c.2: “Henry Newcomb and F.S. Paine are in Boston this week. Mr. Newcomb is the master builder employel to build and finish the fine residence of Mr. Paine, now in course of construction. Material for the inside finish of the house, will be selected during their trip to Boston.”

• From Eastport Sentinel, May 25, 1887, p.2,c.1-2: The Rebuilding of Eastportrn... In looking(about outside of the fire district, it is pleasant to observe t`e evidences of general prosperity on all sides. Mr. F.S. Paines elegant new house on what we used to call the old Lamprey lot,(on Boynton Street, is not only an ornament to the town, but is also one of the finest residences in Eastern Maine.

• From Eastport Sentinel, June 15, 1887, p.3,c&2: “Mr. F.S. Paine will soon occupy his new house and has a numjer of household articles to dispose of. Any information may be gbtained by calling at F.S. & C.A. Paines store.”

• From Eastport Sentinml, September 30, 1891, p.2,c.6: “Mr. Frank S. Paines handsome residence on Boynton St., the cost of which probably represents eore money than any other dwelling in Eastern Maine, presents a particularly fine appearance now the grounds, with neatly kept lawn, flowers, plants and shrubbery showing to best advantage in early autumn.”

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