The Frankland Mansion

This print features The Frankland Mansion, which was on the corner of Garden Court and Prince St. in North Square, Boston. It was built ca. 1712-15 for William Clark, a wealthy merchant and city councillor. It became the residence of Sir Charles Henry and Lady Frankland.

The print comes from a disbound copy of "Romances of Early America" by Edward Robins. It was published by George W. Jacobs and Co., Philadelphia, 1902. The print measures 5.5 x 8 inches and is printed on thicker quality stock with an embossed border.  

Print has a rough edge where it was bound into the book, otherwise clean and crisp.

Title page shown for reference purposes and is not included with the sale.