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Lewis Bean Site Vintage Photos



These photos depict the Bean-Junkins house and farmstead in the early 20th century, as well as the aftermath of the fire that destroyed the house in 1990.


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Bean site, December 1997

  Bean site during archaeological excavations, December 1997                  
Lewis Bean House, early 20th century
TheBean-Junkins House, in the early twentieth century, from John Bardwell, comp.,
Old York (Bath: Alan Sutton, 1994), 40.

Bean house then and now
The Bean-Junkins house and farmstead is located in the center and left of this ca.1927  photo, looking north up Route 1 from the intersection of Routes 1 and 91. From York, Maine, Then and Now (York: Old Gaol Museum Committee and Old York Historical and Improvement Society, 1976), 87.

Bean House 1990
The front facade of the Bean-Junkins house after the fire in 1990 (photo courtesy of Old York Historical Society).

Bean 1990
Ell of Bean-Junkins House and adjoining barn, as seen from the west (across driveway) in 1990 (photo courtesy of Old York Historical Society).

Bean burned
Front and ell of Bean-Junkins House as seen from the west (across driveway) in 1990 (photo courtesy of Old York Historical Society).

Bean site in 1990
Ell and barn of Bean-Junkins House as seen from the southeast  in 1990 (photo courtesy of Old York Historical Society). Feature four lies between the large cluster of trees and the barn.

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