The Paris Hill Historical Society began using its present building on 48 Tremont Street in 1993. Edwine Guyer was instrumental in securing the location with the land deeded by the Paris Hill Utility District. It was built by students from the Oxford Hills Vocational Technical School with plans to resemble a one room schoolhouse designed by A.K.(Alex) Alexander.
The need for the building was critical since the society’s beginnings in 1967. The group had collected many items of historical interest from the area and needed a repository for them. Prior to that the society met in members’ homes, upstairs in the Country Club, in the Academy (now the Community Club), the Albion K. Parris Law Office as well as in the vestry of the First Baptist Church.
Recent Features & News
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- Welcome to the new Paris Hill Community Website
- Paris Hill Historical Society Spring 2022 Updates
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The Paris Hill Historical Society is a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation and promotion of the National Historic District of Paris Hill, Maine.
President: Nancy Schalnser
Treasurer: Rosemary Losso
Trustees: Cynthia Burmeister Julie DeMont, Judy Gideonse