Actually, I have the 4 volume set of Paine's biography, and I expect to
add some scans from that over time. Since it is in the public domain, I can
use any picture I like.

   As for the previous posting, there are plenty of opportunities to create
a similar project - Mark Twain's World for his foreign adventures, and
another reader was talking with me about a map that marks every place he
lectured. Eventually, I could carry out both such projects, but I'd be just
as happy if someone else got inspired to create one. The interface that
Google Maps provides to create the placemarks couldn't be easier.