Introducing The Captain Lord Mansion Book Club in Kennebunkport, Maine

I enjoy reading, especially historical novels, biographies and general history books.  I just finished reading “Lost in Shangri-La: Escape From a Hidden World”, By Mitchell Zuckoff.  This is a true life adventure about a World War II military plane crash in the wilds on New Guinea.  Mr Zuckoff spins an intriguing tale of death, survival
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Kennebunk’s Architectural Heritage :: Brick Store Museum

The Brick Store Museum, a local Kennebunk art and history museum recently published “Windows on the Past: An Illustrated Guide to Kennebunk’s History through Architecture”.  This beautiful four-color, 62 page booklet was written by Rosalind Magnuson and edited by Tracy Baetz. Quoting from the foreword; “This publication represents the first to combine color photography, a
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What Were The Captain Lord Mansion Guestrooms Named for in 1978?

This is a picture of the guestroom “Ship Lincoln” aka “Wisteria”.  Recently, we had a guest couple who had been guests with us way back in 1979.  It was their first visit with us since then!  At checkout, the gentleman and I had a discussion about which room they stayed in that first visit.  After conversing about
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Artist Dennis Perrin :: Kennebunkport Treasured Art

Dennis Perrin has become a good friend of ours here at the Captain Lord Mansion.  We love his paintings so much that we have three of them displayed in our reception office. One of them we call “Treasured Memories”.  We commissioned Dennis to paint “Treasured Memories’ in 2002 to celebrate our 25th Anniversary in 2003 as innkeepers of the
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Artist Abbott Graves :: Kennebunkport Historical Society

Abbott Graves was an American artist who lived and painted in Kennebunkport during the early 20th Century.  The Kennebunkport Historical Society just opened an exhibit of his paintings.  The show runs from early June through Aug 30th, 2010.  Graves was a prolific painter of buildings; he loved New England’s old homes.  However, he also loved
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