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The Faxon Cabin

The Faxon Cabin was the second cabin at the Assembly, built in the Spring of 1936 by Fred W. Faxon. Unfortunately, he suddenly became seriously ill before the session began and passed on the day after the session ended, a week after his 70th birthday, never occupying the cabin that bears his name.

The main room has 2 sets of bunkbeds, one with a double bed on the bottom — so it can sleep a couple and three kids. There is a full screened-in porch at one end facing the river, a 3/4 bath at the other, and a small fridge somewhere in between.

The Faxon Cabin is the only cabin that is below the level of the main campus. In the third photo down, just beyond the nearest railing post, you can make out a pair of pine needle-covered stairs leading down to the walkway to the step in front of the door.

© Trevor 2017
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Main St (Route 302) & Haleytown Rd, Fryeburg, ME 04037 (map)