This view is probably the early 1910s, but the date (as well as where the original photograph is located now) is unknown. You can see the back section has been reduced, though it’s still 2 stories at this point; the porch has been rebuilt—the porch today is based on this design—and the north chimney is still in its original position inside the house. Today, of course, we see this chimney on the outside, where it was moved by Miss Flint. The south chimney remains in its original interior position.
The Historian’s office has very few historic photos of the Flint House. If you have any (from any period up to about 1990) among your personal photos, I’d love to see them! Contact me through the village office, or email email@example.com