Added 29 September to 5 October 2020.


Hotels, Motels, & Inns

Danish Village (U.S. Route 1) 


Added Clark’s Normandie (Dunstan) – to the Flickr Photo

Added The Phoenix (Pine Point Beach) – Digital Maine

Miscellaneous Businesses 

Added: G. W. Knight’s Store (Dunstan Corner) – Groceries, Grain, Boots, Shoes, Rubbers – Photo.

Added: W. H. Graffam Store (Dunstan) – Photo W. H. Graffam Store, ca. 1920s.

Route 1 Street Scene – Yesterday and Today

Eldridge Water and William Graffam in front of their stores on Route One. The photo predates the trolley which was installed in 1902.

Today, Eldridge’s store would be where Merry Maids is and the W. H. Graffam store on the right where Blast From the Past Too is today.


Free-Will Baptist Church (North Scarborough)

Records of the North Scarborough Free-Will Baptist Church – Book 2 –  89.09.58 – Transcription of church members, meetings, and other church documents. This Booklet NEEDS INDEXING and needs incorporation into the Bill Tolman Memorial Database. If you are interested in indexing this booklet, please contact us at

Free Church (North Scarborough)

Added 2 photos of the North Scarborough Free Church.


North Scarborough Free Church (Beech Ridge & County Roads) – c. 1870.



North Scarborough Free Church, ca. 1907 — Looking west along the County Road, at the junction of Saco Street. The church was erected 1871-72; dismantled 1936), is shown on the left, at the southwest corner of the intersection.

The O. E. Sherman store is visible on the right, along the north side of the County Road.

The building in the distance (left of center) and along the south side of the County Road is the residence of Harry L. Sherman, brother of the store’s proprietor, Orra E. Sherman. The home of a third brother, William Sherman, for many years Scarborough’s tax collector, can partially be seen through the trees, beyond the store.


Updated Article: “The Wayland & The Saint Louis Home for Boys”

With a new photo of the St. Louis Home and School. 

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