She knew much about history. She knew much geography. Mary Cecilia Lewis (1910-2001) was, for 40 years, a teacher at Provincetown High School, specializing in geography and history. She was popular enough that her home room class presented her with a cashmere sweater on her 49th birthday. She lived here most — if not all — of her life. It is not too difficult to imagine her ghost peering out from the shuttered windows. Her parents, who also lived here, were Frank Joseph Lewis (b ±1880), a mail carrier, and Isabel Carmen Lewis (b ±1886). The house is now owned by the cousins Darin Janoplis and Mark Janoplis.
¶ Last updated on 9 January 2012.