Sign for the Honor System
Table, chairs, lamp, and settee on the sunporch of the Paper House
Chair, lamp, and plant holder on the sunporch of the Paper House
Yes! Photos are allowed!
Chair and plant holder on the sunporch.
Portraits of Elis F. Stenman and his wife Esther.
The mantel is made up of the rotogravure (pictorial) sections of the Boston Sunday Herald and New York Herald Tribune.
Close-up of the grandfather clock.
Close-up of some of the Sunday editions that make up the grandfather clock.
A paper valance
A piano covered with paper rolls
A bookcase made of papers from foreign countries.
A writing desk made from papers about Charles Lindbergh's flight across the Atlantic.
The Paper House grandfather clock made from Sunday papers from the capital cities of the then 48 states.
Close-up of the wallpaper in the Paper House
A close-up view of the paper valances in the Paper House
Close-up of the beads
Beading on the sunporch windows
Paper Beads for the windows
The paper drapes were made by Esther Stenman
Close-up of the Lindbergh desk.
Rolls of newspaper cover the piano.
Paper grandfather clock made of Sunday editions from 48 states.
Paper mantle over the fireplace in the Paper House
The guestbook in the Paper House.
The piano, bookcase, bed, and radio cabinet that was made in 1928 during Hoover's campaign for President
A needlepoint rendition of the Paper House.
The ceiling in the Paper House
A view across the room from the guestbook.
Explanation of the Honor System
One of the paper valances in the Paper House
Outside porch wall
The Paper House in Rockport, Massachusetts
The 1924 Paper House located in the Pigeon Cove section of Rockport, Massachusetts.