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Portland Press Herald Still-Film Negatives Collection

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4 x 5" gelatin silver negative


Corinne Strout, Louise Leavitt, and Lillian Sawyer walking along lane in the Danish Village, Scarborough. The Danish Village, also known as Den Danske Landsby, was a motor hotel on U.S. Route 1 in Scarborough developed by the Rines Family in 1928- a year after Henry Rines opened the Eastland Hotel (157 High Street) in downtown Portland.

Photo published in the Portland Press Herald, on 20 June 1960.

For more about the Danish Village, see this essay from Scarborough Historical Society .


Scarborough, Me., Businesses, Hotels, Danish Village, Rines Family


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