Near the intersection of Bowdoin St. and Western Promenade Rd. in Portland's West End neighborhood.
IN MEMORY OF
LIEUT. PHILIP B. FROTHINGHAM
BORN IN PORTLAND, MAINE, AUGUST 9, 1894
DIED IN FRANCE, SPETEMBER 14, 1918
BURIED IN EVERGREEN CEMETERY, OCTOBER 31, 1920
WAS THE SON OF
MR. AND MRS. THOMAS J. FROTHINGHAM
THE VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS NO. 362
WAS NAMED FOR HIM
"GREATER LOVE HATH NO MAN THAN THIS, THAT A MAN LAY DOWN HIS LIFE FOR HIS COUNTRY."
Granite and bronze. The 1940 WPA Portland City Guide notes that the granite boulder for the memorial weighs seven tons (pg. 267).
Frothingham Post of the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) [Post is no longer active]
The monument is comprised of a granite boulder with a bronze plaque in the middle. The monument is situated between two bushes, perched on top of a slight incline surrounded by grass. The monument is visible from Western Promenade Rd. in Portland, Maine.
"Portland, Maine: Lieut. Philip B. Frothingham Memorial (Western Promenade)" (2015). Cumberland. 4.