Arthur and Virginia Wells bought the restaurant in 1938 from one Captain Cain. Cain's Lobster House was a South Shore fixture until 1969 when the Wells' retired and sold the restaurant. It struggled through several owners, had a change of name and eventually closed and burnt down in 1980.
Courtesy Private Collection.
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