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6994Larry Wescott Postcard CollectionImage, Postcard, Picture PostcardPlaces, Island
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Places, Aerial
Structures, Other, Lighthouse
Color postcards of Maine and surrounding region (New Brunswick, Canada). Several aerial photographs. 1. Patten, the Northern Gateway to Baxter Park and the Southern Gateway to the Allagash Wilderness is a lumbering and farming center. The Ashland road to the east of 2440' Mount Chase points north. Aerial photograph. 2. Between Stonington on Deer Isle and Crotch Island left, Deer Island Thorofare points a finger toward East Penobscot and Vinal Haven. Aerial photograph. 3. Franklin Delano Roosevelt Summer Home on Campobello Island, New Brunswick, Canada, now an international shrine. 4. Moose Peak Light on east end of Mistake Island is six miles south-east of Jonesport. Beyond Steel Harbor and Head Harbor Islands is Englishman Bay. 5. The fixed white light on Mulholland Point is a welcome guide to yachtsmen and fishermen who stem Lubec Narrows, that surges between Campobello Island, New Brunswick, Canada and Lubec, Maine. 6. From the northern tip of Campobello Island, the fixed red light at East Quoddy Head marks the deep water turning point between the Bay of Fundy, right and Head Harbor passage to Quoddy Bay, left. 7. Looking northwest over Castine, home of the Maine Maritime Academy. This peninsula between Penobscot Bay left and Bagaduce River has been held successively by the Indians, French, Dutch, English and Americans. Aerial photograph. 8. Looking north across the inner harbor and village of Blue Hill toward the October clothed 940' mountain that inspired the name. Aerial photograph. 9. The Burnham Tavern, built in 1770 by Job Burnham is the oldest building in eastern Maine and the only one with Revolutionary history. This museum, open to the public during the summer months, is listed on the Register of National Historic Places and is maintained by the Hannah Weston Chapter, DAR. 10. These sturdy canoes on the sandy shore of West Grand Lake at Grand Lake Stream are manufactured locally. 11. Isolated, waveswept Saddleback Ledge Light guards the entrance to East Penobscot Bay. To the west is Brimstone Island and Vinal Haven. Aerial photograph. 12. The waterfront of Eastport, Maine. This easternmost city in the United States is on Moose Island, that separates Quoddy Bay from Cobscook Bay. Between the city and Cobscook Bay is the airport. Aerial photograph. 13. West Quoddy Head Light overlooking the Bay of Fundy at the entrance to Quoddy Roads marks the easternmost point of land in the USA. Leaving Route 189 at Lubec, it is about four miles south to this spectacular spot. 14. Buck Harbor at South Brooksville in the East Penobscot Bay Region is one of Maine's finest. Deep water approach either side of Harbor Island. Eggemoggin Reach extends south east between the Maine land and the Deer Isles. Aerial photograph. 15. Browns Head Light on the north west point of Vinal Haven Island guards the western entrance to Fox Island Thorofare. Beyond the Sugar Leaves and Crabtree Point, on North Haven Island, the Camden Hills accentuate the beauty seen from this spectacular spot. 16. Busy Beals Island in Washington County has a thriving lobster business. The bridge from Beals joins the mainland at Jonesport. 17. Mark Island Light, as seen from Schoodic Point Road, graces the entrance to Winter Harbor. It is now a private residence. 18. This Old Lombard Loghauler, the "only one in captivity", is on exhibition at the Lumberman's Museum, Patten, Maine. 19. Libby Island Light, at the entrance to Machias Bay on Southwest Island, Washington County, one of the many Island Sentinels guarding the rockbound coast of Maine. Aerial photograph. 20. At Kokadjo, Maine, this sign, beside the road that joins Greenville with Millinocket, Patten, Baxter State Park and the Allagash wilderness, expresses the sentiments of all lovers of God's Country. 21. At South Branch Ponds in Baxter State Park, shelters are available. Beyond these ponds the Pogy Notch Trail leads to Russel Pond. The Russel Pond Trail continues south between Russel Mountain and Turner Mountain, center, to Roaring Brook Camp Ground. Aerial photograph. 22. Middel Fowler Pond, in the northeast corner of Baxter State Park. The rainbow trout in this spring fed pond, nestled between Billfish Moutain and Bald Mountain, lure the fishermen over the three mile trail from the Mattagamon Road. Aerial photograph. 23. The Harbor at Stonington, on the southern shore of Deer Isle is sheltered from the southwest wind by Greens Head. Many lovely islands in this area. The Thoroughfare points towards Jericho Bay. 24. Mark Island Light in East Penobscot Bay is a welcome guide to fishermen and yachtsmen. Directly behind the lighthouse is Stonington and the entrance to Deer Island Thoroughfare. Aerial photograph. 25. Milbridge at the head of navigation on Narraguagus Bay. To the north, Cherryfield is at the head of tidewater on Narraguagus River. Aerial photograph. 26. At Prospect Harbor, the Light House and Astronautics Station illustrate the old and new methods of "Aid to navigation". 27. Ram Island Light. This flashing red light guides the mariner who uses Fisherman Island Passage. To the north is Ocean Point.. Aerial photograph. 28. Burnt Island Light on the west side of the entrance to Boothbay Harbor was built in 1821. Aerial photograph. 29. The Cuckolds. This light, directly south of Cape Newagen is dearly loved by visitors to the Boothbay region. 30. Pemaquid Light. Pemaquid Point. The streaked, metamorphic rock on this whole point beckons many visitors. 31. At Sullivan, beside U.S. Highway One, this view across Frenchman Bay shows part of the Mount Desert Hills. 1532 foot Cadillac Mountain, center, in Bar Harbor, is the highest land on the Atlantic coast of the U.S.A. 32. Bunkers Harbor, Maine. 33. Manticus Rock, on the Maine Coast, about 22 miles southeast of Rockland, is a favorite nesting place for seabirds, notably the Atlantic Puffin. This is a protected sanctuary. Aerial photograph (pilot George Robbins). 34. Thoreau Island, in Grand Lake Montagamon, commands an excellent view of Trout Brook Mountain in Baxter State Park. On his Allagash exploration of the Maine Woods, Henry David Thoreau, his companion and Indian guide Joe Polis, landed on this island July 30, 1857. Aerial photograph (pilot Rae Porter). 35. Allen Cove, Stonington. Lovely vistas in the Deer Isle region attract many famous artists. 36. Indian Island Light guards the entrance to Rockport Harbor. Aerial photograph. 37. Portland Head Light. This famous sentinel, built in 1790-1, guards the western approach to Casco Bay and Portland Harbor. Its first lighthouse keeper was appointed by George Washington. 38. Blacksmith shop for lumber camp of the 1890's (left). Reproduction of lumber camp for small crew in 1820, built without a nail (right). Lumbermen's Museum, Patten, Maine. 39. Patten is a lumbering, farming and manufacturing center. This is the Northern Gateway to the Allagash Wilderness. Main Street points north, east of Mount Chase. Aerial photograph. 40. Egg Rock Light, at the entrance to Frenchman Bay, with its flashing red beacon, may be seen from the Ocean Drive and from the summit of Cadillac Mountain, Bar Harbor, Maine. Aerial photograph. 41. The Deer Isle Bridge over Eggemoggin Reach is the gateway to an artist's paradise and to the greatest concentration of small islands on the Maine Coast, also on the coast of the U.S.A. Aerial photograph. 42. The EVERETT LIBBY crossing Blue Hill Bay. This staunch steel craft is one of several such ferries that serve Maine's large island communities, such as Vinalhaven, North Haven, Islesboro and Swans Island. Aerial photograph. 43. Prospect Harbor, Maine. The Lighthouse and the Astronautics Station represent the old and the new methods of aids to navigation. To the west is Cadillac Mountain in Bar Harbor. Aerial photograph. 44. Saint Croix Island, now a National Monument, is located 10 miles south of Calais in the St. Croix River. The first settlement by Europeans north of Florida was on this island in 1604-05. Aerial photograph.Augustus D. Phillips63 Postcards
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Color postcards of Maine and surrounding region (New Brunswick, Canada). Several aerial photographs. 1. Patten, the Northern Gateway to Baxter Park and the Southern Gateway to the Allagash Wilderness is a lumbering and farming center. The Ashland road to the east of 2440' Mount Chase points north. Aerial photograph. 2. Between Stonington on Deer Isle and Crotch Island left, Deer Island Thorofare points a finger toward East Penobscot and Vinal Haven. Aerial photograph. 3. Franklin Delano Roosevelt Summer Home on Campobello Island, New Brunswick, Canada, now an international shrine. 4. Moose Peak Light on east end of Mistake Island is six miles south-east of Jonesport. Beyond Steel Harbor and Head Harbor Islands is Englishman Bay. 5. The fixed white light on Mulholland Point is a welcome guide to yachtsmen and fishermen who stem Lubec Narrows, that surges between Campobello Island, New Brunswick, Canada and Lubec, Maine. 6. From the northern tip of Campobello Island, the fixed red light at East Quoddy Head marks the deep water turning point between the Bay of Fundy, right and Head Harbor passage to Quoddy Bay, left. 7. Looking northwest over Castine, home of the Maine Maritime Academy. This peninsula between Penobscot Bay left and Bagaduce River has been held successively by the Indians, French, Dutch, English and Americans. Aerial photograph. 8. Looking north across the inner harbor and village of Blue Hill toward the October clothed 940' mountain that inspired the name. Aerial photograph. 9. The Burnham Tavern, built in 1770 by Job Burnham is the oldest building in eastern Maine and the only one with Revolutionary history. This museum, open to the public during the summer months, is listed on the Register of National Historic Places and is maintained by the Hannah Weston Chapter, DAR. 10. These sturdy canoes on the sandy shore of West Grand Lake at Grand Lake Stream are manufactured locally. 11. Isolated, waveswept Saddleback Ledge Light guards the entrance to East Penobscot Bay. To the west is Brimstone Island and Vinal Haven. Aerial photograph. 12. The waterfront of Eastport, Maine. This easternmost city in the United States is on Moose Island, that separates Quoddy Bay from Cobscook Bay. Between the city and Cobscook Bay is the airport. Aerial photograph. 13. West Quoddy Head Light overlooking the Bay of Fundy at the entrance to Quoddy Roads marks the easternmost point of land in the USA. Leaving Route 189 at Lubec, it is about four miles south to this spectacular spot. 14. Buck Harbor at South Brooksville in the East Penobscot Bay Region is one of Maine's finest. Deep water approach either side of Harbor Island. Eggemoggin Reach extends south east between the Maine land and the Deer Isles. Aerial photograph. 15. Browns Head Light on the north west point of Vinal Haven Island guards the western entrance to Fox Island Thorofare. Beyond the Sugar Leaves and Crabtree Point, on North Haven Island, the Camden Hills accentuate the beauty seen from this spectacular spot. 16. Busy Beals Island in Washington County has a thriving lobster business. The bridge from Beals joins the mainland at Jonesport. 17. Mark Island Light, as seen from Schoodic Point Road, graces the entrance to Winter Harbor. It is now a private residence. 18. This Old Lombard Loghauler, the "only one in captivity", is on exhibition at the Lumberman's Museum, Patten, Maine. 19. Libby Island Light, at the entrance to Machias Bay on Southwest Island, Washington County, one of the many Island Sentinels guarding the rockbound coast of Maine. Aerial photograph. 20. At Kokadjo, Maine, this sign, beside the road that joins Greenville with Millinocket, Patten, Baxter State Park and the Allagash wilderness, expresses the sentiments of all lovers of God's Country. 21. At South Branch Ponds in Baxter State Park, shelters are available. Beyond these ponds the Pogy Notch Trail leads to Russel Pond. The Russel Pond Trail continues south between Russel Mountain and Turner Mountain, center, to Roaring Brook Camp Ground. Aerial photograph. 22. Middel Fowler Pond, in the northeast corner of Baxter State Park. The rainbow trout in this spring fed pond, nestled between Billfish Moutain and Bald Mountain, lure the fishermen over the three mile trail from the Mattagamon Road. Aerial photograph. 23. The Harbor at Stonington, on the southern shore of Deer Isle is sheltered from the southwest wind by Greens Head. Many lovely islands in this area. The Thoroughfare points towards Jericho Bay. 24. Mark Island Light in East Penobscot Bay is a welcome guide to fishermen and yachtsmen. Directly behind the lighthouse is Stonington and the entrance to Deer Island Thoroughfare. Aerial photograph. 25. Milbridge at the head of navigation on Narraguagus Bay. To the north, Cherryfield is at the head of tidewater on Narraguagus River. Aerial photograph. 26. At Prospect Harbor, the Light House and Astronautics Station illustrate the old and new methods of "Aid to navigation". 27. Ram Island Light. This flashing red light guides the mariner who uses Fisherman Island Passage. To the north is Ocean Point.. Aerial photograph. 28. Burnt Island Light on the west side of the entrance to Boothbay Harbor was built in 1821. Aerial photograph. 29. The Cuckolds. This light, directly south of Cape Newagen is dearly loved by visitors to the Boothbay region. 30. Pemaquid Light. Pemaquid Point. The streaked, metamorphic rock on this whole point beckons many visitors. 31. At Sullivan, beside U.S. Highway One, this view across Frenchman Bay shows part of the Mount Desert Hills. 1532 foot Cadillac Mountain, center, in Bar Harbor, is the highest land on the Atlantic coast of the U.S.A. 32. Bunkers Harbor, Maine. 33. Manticus Rock, on the Maine Coast, about 22 miles southeast of Rockland, is a favorite nesting place for seabirds, notably the Atlantic Puffin. This is a protected sanctuary. Aerial photograph (pilot George Robbins). 34. Thoreau Island, in Grand Lake Montagamon, commands an excellent view of Trout Brook Mountain in Baxter State Park. On his Allagash exploration of the Maine Woods, Henry David Thoreau, his companion and Indian guide Joe Polis, landed on this island July 30, 1857. Aerial photograph (pilot Rae Porter). 35. Allen Cove, Stonington. Lovely vistas in the Deer Isle region attract many famous artists. 36. Indian Island Light guards the entrance to Rockport Harbor. Aerial photograph. 37. Portland Head Light. This famous sentinel, built in 1790-1, guards the western approach to Casco Bay and Portland Harbor. Its first lighthouse keeper was appointed by George Washington. 38. Blacksmith shop for lumber camp of the 1890's (left). Reproduction of lumber camp for small crew in 1820, built without a nail (right). Lumbermen's Museum, Patten, Maine. 39. Patten is a lumbering, farming and manufacturing center. This is the Northern Gateway to the Allagash Wilderness. Main Street points north, east of Mount Chase. Aerial photograph. 40. Egg Rock Light, at the entrance to Frenchman Bay, with its flashing red beacon, may be seen from the Ocean Drive and from the summit of Cadillac Mountain, Bar Harbor, Maine. Aerial photograph. 41. The Deer Isle Bridge over Eggemoggin Reach is the gateway to an artist's paradise and to the greatest concentration of small islands on the Maine Coast, also on the coast of the U.S.A. Aerial photograph. 42. The EVERETT LIBBY crossing Blue Hill Bay. This staunch steel craft is one of several such ferries that serve Maine's large island communities, such as Vinalhaven, North Haven, Islesboro and Swans Island. Aerial photograph. 43. Prospect Harbor, Maine. The Lighthouse and the Astronautics Station represent the old and the new methods of aids to navigation. To the west is Cadillac Mountain in Bar Harbor. Aerial photograph. 44. Saint Croix Island, now a National Monument, is located 10 miles south of Calais in the St. Croix River. The first settlement by Europeans north of Florida was on this island in 1604-05. Aerial photograph. [show more]
6993John Snow, PassamaquoddyReferencePeoplePassamaquoddy Chief John Snow.
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Passamaquoddy Chief John Snow.
6992Mrs. Brooke AstorReferencePeople
6991Miss Aimee LambReferencePeople
6990A Visit Among Islanders - Northeast Harbor LibrarySoundEvents
Other, Literature
Program of recitations presented under the Library's Public Performance Program, organized by Judith Blank. Jeff McKeen, host Ted Spurling Sr. (Islesford) Elizabeth Carlson (Swan's Island) Bob Quinn (Eagle Island) Includes old favorites by: Robert W. Service, Ruth Moore, Holman Day (by Jeff McKeen) Rachel Field, poems from childhood (by Ted Spurling) Original poems from Swan's Island (by Betty Carlson) Several other original poems of Eagle Island (written in the 1930's by Bonney Quinn, read from the original manuscript by his nephew, Bob Quinn). Recorded in the Mellon Room, Northeast Harbor Library.11.20.1999
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Program of recitations presented under the Library's Public Performance Program, organized by Judith Blank. Jeff McKeen, host Ted Spurling Sr. (Islesford) Elizabeth Carlson (Swan's Island) Bob Quinn (Eagle Island) Includes old favorites by: Robert W. Service, Ruth Moore, Holman Day (by Jeff McKeen) Rachel Field, poems from childhood (by Ted Spurling) Original poems from Swan's Island (by Betty Carlson) Several other original poems of Eagle Island (written in the 1930's by Bonney Quinn, read from the original manuscript by his nephew, Bob Quinn). Recorded in the Mellon Room, Northeast Harbor Library. [show more]
698910th Annual Islesford Literary EveningSoundEvents
Other, Literature
Recording of presentations by Genia Gould Jack Merrill III Paul Breslin Kathleen Lake Harry Spurling Ashley Bryan Produced by Sarah (Lord) Corson. Audio not very good on original tape.08.25.1988
Description:
Recording of presentations by Genia Gould Jack Merrill III Paul Breslin Kathleen Lake Harry Spurling Ashley Bryan Produced by Sarah (Lord) Corson. Audio not very good on original tape.
6988Second Centennial Service, The Union Church of Northeast HarborSoundOrganizations, Religious
Events, Anniversary
The Union Church was dedicated on July 17, 1889. The Rev. William McPherson Bigelow, pastror. The Rev. Carl Scovil, guest preacher. Nathalie Raimondi, organist. Louisa Pyle, composer and special organist. The recording begins with celebrations and concerns about a quarter of the way into the service. Special music: The hymn "Union", composed by Louisa C. Pyle in honor of the Centennial of the Union Church of Northeast Harbor. Sermon: "God is in this place", given by the Reverend Carl Scovil, pastor of King's Chapel in Boston, Mass. Guest preacher for the first Centennial Service of the Union Church was the Rev. Dr. Peter Gomes, Plummer Professor of Christian Ethics at Harvard University.09.10.1989
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The Union Church was dedicated on July 17, 1889. The Rev. William McPherson Bigelow, pastror. The Rev. Carl Scovil, guest preacher. Nathalie Raimondi, organist. Louisa Pyle, composer and special organist. The recording begins with celebrations and concerns about a quarter of the way into the service. Special music: The hymn "Union", composed by Louisa C. Pyle in honor of the Centennial of the Union Church of Northeast Harbor. Sermon: "God is in this place", given by the Reverend Carl Scovil, pastor of King's Chapel in Boston, Mass. Guest preacher for the first Centennial Service of the Union Church was the Rev. Dr. Peter Gomes, Plummer Professor of Christian Ethics at Harvard University. [show more]
6987Lydia Vandenberg and Earl ShettleworthSoundPeople
Places, Town
Talk about Seal Harbor. 2nd file is incomplete.1996
Description:
Talk about Seal Harbor. 2nd file is incomplete.
6986Mike KennedySoundPeople
Events
Mike Kennedy speaks to Judith Blank, October 29, 2001.2001
Description:
Mike Kennedy speaks to Judith Blank, October 29, 2001.
6985Marguerite Yourcenar, "Gentle Aristocrat"SoundPeople
Other, Literature
Interview with Marguerite Yourcenar about her life and literary work. Production of Maine Public Broadcast Network, 1983.1983
Description:
Interview with Marguerite Yourcenar about her life and literary work. Production of Maine Public Broadcast Network, 1983.
6984Hyde Chart of Wild FlowersImage, Art, PrintOther, FloraChart I. Issued by the New England Wild Flower Society Inc., Horticultural Hall, Boston, MA.Alice Earle Hyde1927fair
Description:
Chart I. Issued by the New England Wild Flower Society Inc., Horticultural Hall, Boston, MA.
6983GXS Collection - PhotosImage, PhotographStructures, Dwelling, CottageFolder 41 2 Photos of "Rosserne"
Description:
Folder 41 2 Photos of "Rosserne"
6982GXS Collection - Books and Souvenir BookletsPublication, BookletPlaces, Mountain
Structures, Dwelling
Other, Art
Places, Town
Folder 1 Glimpses of Camden, Maine, 1904, J. R. Prescott, 28 pages. Glimpses of Camden On the Coast of Maine, 1916, John R. Prescott, 1 volume (unpaged): all illustrations. Folder 2 A Souvenir of Bar Harbor and Mount Desert Island, Maine, 190?, W. H. Sherman, 68 pages : chiefly illustrations. Folder 3 Bar Harbor and Mount Desert Island, 1888, William Berry Lapham, 72 pages: illustrations. Folder 4 Unidentified book about Maine homes and churches in the early days, commentary about home design, coastal living, farming, and general livelihood. 32 pages missing covers. Folder 5 The Summer State of Maine, Holman D. Waldron and Harry D. Young, ca. 1893, Tourist booklet in the shape of the state of Maine; cover illustration is map of Maine, 24 pages. Folder 30 Bar Harbor and Mount Desert Island, by W. B. Lapham, 1887. Folder 31 Looking at Katahdin, the artists' inspiration, booklet about exhibit at L.C. Bates Museum, 1999. Folder 32 Maine, the sesquicentennial of statehood, exhibition in the Library of Congress, 1970-1971, booklet. Folder 33 "The Maine I Remember" by Sidney Urquhast, article from Vogue Magazine, August 2000. Includes a photo of Walter Damrosch (Sidney's grandfather). Folder 43 “Penzance in Maine: In Old Acadia” by F. W. Shumaker, 1927. Illustrations by S. Garnett Goesle and Herbet R. Roese. Folder 47 Northeast Harbor Port Directory, 1993.
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Folder 1 Glimpses of Camden, Maine, 1904, J. R. Prescott, 28 pages. Glimpses of Camden On the Coast of Maine, 1916, John R. Prescott, 1 volume (unpaged): all illustrations. Folder 2 A Souvenir of Bar Harbor and Mount Desert Island, Maine, 190?, W. H. Sherman, 68 pages : chiefly illustrations. Folder 3 Bar Harbor and Mount Desert Island, 1888, William Berry Lapham, 72 pages: illustrations. Folder 4 Unidentified book about Maine homes and churches in the early days, commentary about home design, coastal living, farming, and general livelihood. 32 pages missing covers. Folder 5 The Summer State of Maine, Holman D. Waldron and Harry D. Young, ca. 1893, Tourist booklet in the shape of the state of Maine; cover illustration is map of Maine, 24 pages. Folder 30 Bar Harbor and Mount Desert Island, by W. B. Lapham, 1887. Folder 31 Looking at Katahdin, the artists' inspiration, booklet about exhibit at L.C. Bates Museum, 1999. Folder 32 Maine, the sesquicentennial of statehood, exhibition in the Library of Congress, 1970-1971, booklet. Folder 33 "The Maine I Remember" by Sidney Urquhast, article from Vogue Magazine, August 2000. Includes a photo of Walter Damrosch (Sidney's grandfather). Folder 43 “Penzance in Maine: In Old Acadia” by F. W. Shumaker, 1927. Illustrations by S. Garnett Goesle and Herbet R. Roese. Folder 47 Northeast Harbor Port Directory, 1993. [show more]
6981GXS Collection - EphemeraDocumentOtherFolder 26 Mount Desert Island Real Estate Co., share certificate for Geo. C. Ming dated August 23, 1888 for fifteen shares in capital stock. Folder 27 Maine a Place to Live, unidentified magazine cover, color image of a church. Folder 28 Picturesque Maine, an illustrated lecture, Edward C. Sweet, December 16, 1895, pamphlet with illustrations and images. Folder 34 Stereoview Bar Harbor, photographed and published by B. Bradley. Folder 35 Wall Street Journal article by John Wilmerding on American Art. Folder 36 Cover of "Town of Winter Harbor Maine Annual Report 1988". Folder 37 Maine Times article on "Maine Summer Colonies". August 2nd, 1985. Folder 38 "Maine Chapter of the American Institute of Architects" 1991 Design award competition. Folder 39 Article on early history of Mount Desert Island. Folder 42 Invitation card showing a reproduction of watercolor “Mark and Andrew’s Island from Deer Isle, Maine, 1920” by John Marin (1870-1953). The invitation is to the artist's opening on June 24th, 1998 at the Colby College Museum of Art, Waterville and is sent by the President and Trustees of Colby College and the Museum’s Board of Governors. Folder 44 Several Through Bills of Landing belonging to H. G. Eaton and A. M. Carter: - Portland, Mt. Desert & Machias Steamboat Co., Dr. to Little Dear Isle (1899, 1900, 1901) - Bangor & Bar Harbor Steamboat Co., Dr. (1990) - Islesboro, Castine & Belfast Steamboat Co., Dr. (1902). Folder 48 1 Invoice: “James A. Robinson & Son. Manufacturers, Sellers & Retail Clothiers” Bangor, Maine 5/12/1897. Items sold to E. J. Russel 1 Receipt: Bar Harbor, 8/10/1885 for Mr. Lee for the amount of $6.00, signed by Mr. Ash.
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Folder 26 Mount Desert Island Real Estate Co., share certificate for Geo. C. Ming dated August 23, 1888 for fifteen shares in capital stock. Folder 27 Maine a Place to Live, unidentified magazine cover, color image of a church. Folder 28 Picturesque Maine, an illustrated lecture, Edward C. Sweet, December 16, 1895, pamphlet with illustrations and images. Folder 34 Stereoview Bar Harbor, photographed and published by B. Bradley. Folder 35 Wall Street Journal article by John Wilmerding on American Art. Folder 36 Cover of "Town of Winter Harbor Maine Annual Report 1988". Folder 37 Maine Times article on "Maine Summer Colonies". August 2nd, 1985. Folder 38 "Maine Chapter of the American Institute of Architects" 1991 Design award competition. Folder 39 Article on early history of Mount Desert Island. Folder 42 Invitation card showing a reproduction of watercolor “Mark and Andrew’s Island from Deer Isle, Maine, 1920” by John Marin (1870-1953). The invitation is to the artist's opening on June 24th, 1998 at the Colby College Museum of Art, Waterville and is sent by the President and Trustees of Colby College and the Museum’s Board of Governors. Folder 44 Several Through Bills of Landing belonging to H. G. Eaton and A. M. Carter: - Portland, Mt. Desert & Machias Steamboat Co., Dr. to Little Dear Isle (1899, 1900, 1901) - Bangor & Bar Harbor Steamboat Co., Dr. (1990) - Islesboro, Castine & Belfast Steamboat Co., Dr. (1902). Folder 48 1 Invoice: “James A. Robinson & Son. Manufacturers, Sellers & Retail Clothiers” Bangor, Maine 5/12/1897. Items sold to E. J. Russel 1 Receipt: Bar Harbor, 8/10/1885 for Mr. Lee for the amount of $6.00, signed by Mr. Ash. [show more]
6980GXS Collection - Hotels, Inns, Schools, Homes, BuildingsDocument, AdvertisingStructures, Commercial, Lodging
Structures, Dwelling
Structures, Civic, School
Northeast Harbor Folder 12 The Rock End Hotel, booklet published by C. B. Webster & Co., Boston. undated, 16 pages, illustrations and descriptions of MDI and the hotel. Seal Harbor Folder 13 The Glen Cove, Seal Harbor, brochure about the house and surrounding area, includes map of the island, undated. Folder 14 Seaside Inn, Seal Harbor, brochure, ca. 1952; Seaside Inn, Seal Harbor, brochure, undated Folder 15 Seaside Inn Menus, 1895 Bar Harbor Folder 16 Edenbrook Motel, Bar Harbor, brochure, ca. 1962. Folder 17 Wonderview Motor Lodge, Bar Harbor, brochure, ca. 1965. Folder 18 Hotel Bar Harbor, brochure, ca. 1952. Folder 19 The Van Doren Cottage at Hulls Cove, Bar Harbor, sale brochure, undated. Folder 20 Redwood, Bar Harbor, sketch by John Calvin Stevens, brochure, 1992. Folder 21 Lawrence House, Bar Harbor, printed copy of sketch, September 17, 1883 Mainland Maine. Folder 22 Grindstone Inn, Winter Harbor, brochure, ca. 1952. Folder 23 Black House: Maine's most interesting mansion, Ellsworth, brochure, undated. Folder 24 Gouldsboro land improvement company's Grindstone inn and lands, Winter Harbor, 1891, 38 unnumbered pages illustrations. Folder 25 Washington Normal School at Machias Maine Fred L. Savage Architect, printed copy of sketch. Folder 49 “Old Wiscasset”, booklet. Historical data compiled by William Davis Patterson, August 1931. Printed by “The Times Co.”, Bath, Maine.
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Northeast Harbor Folder 12 The Rock End Hotel, booklet published by C. B. Webster & Co., Boston. undated, 16 pages, illustrations and descriptions of MDI and the hotel. Seal Harbor Folder 13 The Glen Cove, Seal Harbor, brochure about the house and surrounding area, includes map of the island, undated. Folder 14 Seaside Inn, Seal Harbor, brochure, ca. 1952; Seaside Inn, Seal Harbor, brochure, undated Folder 15 Seaside Inn Menus, 1895 Bar Harbor Folder 16 Edenbrook Motel, Bar Harbor, brochure, ca. 1962. Folder 17 Wonderview Motor Lodge, Bar Harbor, brochure, ca. 1965. Folder 18 Hotel Bar Harbor, brochure, ca. 1952. Folder 19 The Van Doren Cottage at Hulls Cove, Bar Harbor, sale brochure, undated. Folder 20 Redwood, Bar Harbor, sketch by John Calvin Stevens, brochure, 1992. Folder 21 Lawrence House, Bar Harbor, printed copy of sketch, September 17, 1883 Mainland Maine. Folder 22 Grindstone Inn, Winter Harbor, brochure, ca. 1952. Folder 23 Black House: Maine's most interesting mansion, Ellsworth, brochure, undated. Folder 24 Gouldsboro land improvement company's Grindstone inn and lands, Winter Harbor, 1891, 38 unnumbered pages illustrations. Folder 25 Washington Normal School at Machias Maine Fred L. Savage Architect, printed copy of sketch. Folder 49 “Old Wiscasset”, booklet. Historical data compiled by William Davis Patterson, August 1931. Printed by “The Times Co.”, Bath, Maine. [show more]
6979GXS Collection - Maps and BlueprintsDocument, AdvertisingPlaces, Island
Places, Town
Structures
Folder 6 A Map of Mount Desert Island, Issued by the Mt. Desert Chamber of Commerce, 1940, color illustrations and descriptive text on verso. Folder 7 The Maine Art Museum Trail, map and brochure listing museums around Maine, 2015. Folder 8 Blueprint with first and second floor plans for George S. Talcott house at Seal Harbor, ME, Clayton B. Roath, undated. Folder 40 Map of Seal Harbor. Folder 45 Architectural Drawing: blueprints of “Cedar Cliff”, house of G. L. Stebbins, Seal Harbor, Maine.
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Folder 6 A Map of Mount Desert Island, Issued by the Mt. Desert Chamber of Commerce, 1940, color illustrations and descriptive text on verso. Folder 7 The Maine Art Museum Trail, map and brochure listing museums around Maine, 2015. Folder 8 Blueprint with first and second floor plans for George S. Talcott house at Seal Harbor, ME, Clayton B. Roath, undated. Folder 40 Map of Seal Harbor. Folder 45 Architectural Drawing: blueprints of “Cedar Cliff”, house of G. L. Stebbins, Seal Harbor, Maine. [show more]
6978Deed of Land for CottageDocument, DeedStructures, DwellingDeed of Land for Cottage in Northeast Harbor by the Registry of Deeds, November 2, 1892.18922typescript
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Deed of Land for Cottage in Northeast Harbor by the Registry of Deeds, November 2, 1892.
6977HillbrookImage, Projection, Drawing, ArchitecturalStructures, Dwelling, CottageElevation.Fred L. Savage1 sheet1 paper
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Elevation.
6976Jay Cottage, Northeast HarborImage, Projection, Drawing, ArchitecturalStructures, Dwelling, CottageElevations, floor plans. Until recently known as "Isis". Fred L. Savage189049 Harborside Road8 sheets1 tracing paper, 5 papers, 2 linen
Description:
Elevations, floor plans. Until recently known as "Isis".
6975GXS Collection - Acadia National ParkDocument, AdvertisingPlaces, ParkFolder 9 Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park Maine: A scenic wonderland of ocean, lakes and mountains, 1930?, 14, [1] pages: illustrations, maps. Folder 10 Sculpture Tour Schoodic International Sculpture Symposium, 2014, brochure and map showing 34 stone sculptures located around Maine. Folder 11 A Great Scenic Highway, the motor road to the summit of Cadillac Mountain, brochure, ca. 1932. Folder 46 Drawing by Charles S. Reinhart “On top of Newport Mountain*, Mount Desert” (1888), published on “Harpers Weekly” vol. XXXII, no. 1654 (*now Champlain Mountain).
Description:
Folder 9 Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park Maine: A scenic wonderland of ocean, lakes and mountains, 1930?, 14, [1] pages: illustrations, maps. Folder 10 Sculpture Tour Schoodic International Sculpture Symposium, 2014, brochure and map showing 34 stone sculptures located around Maine. Folder 11 A Great Scenic Highway, the motor road to the summit of Cadillac Mountain, brochure, ca. 1932. Folder 46 Drawing by Charles S. Reinhart “On top of Newport Mountain*, Mount Desert” (1888), published on “Harpers Weekly” vol. XXXII, no. 1654 (*now Champlain Mountain). [show more]
6974Birchcroft, Northeast HarborImage, PhotographStructures, Dwelling, Cottage
Structures, Dwelling, Interior
Built in 1892 by Fred L. Savage. Original owner: Mr. Carol S. Tyson of Philadelphia. 1985 owners: Mr. and Mrs. Halbach-Merz.Albert E. GuionnaudAsticou Hill5 photographs
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Built in 1892 by Fred L. Savage. Original owner: Mr. Carol S. Tyson of Philadelphia. 1985 owners: Mr. and Mrs. Halbach-Merz.
6973First Class MailPublication, Magazine, ClippingOrganizations, Civic
Structures, Civic, Post Office
Places, Island
Article about Little Cranberry Isle post office and postmaster Joy Sprague, who built a big business for this tiny post office with cream puffs and a personal touch. Published in Down East Magazine, December 1994.Letitia Baldwin1994magazine
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Article about Little Cranberry Isle post office and postmaster Joy Sprague, who built a big business for this tiny post office with cream puffs and a personal touch. Published in Down East Magazine, December 1994.
6972Schooner ARIZONAImage, PhotographVessels, Ship, Schooner
Places, Island
Events, Shipwreck
Two masted wrecked Schooner ARIZONA at Islesford.2fair
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Two masted wrecked Schooner ARIZONA at Islesford.
6971Gymkhana Photograph Album no. 2Image, PhotographEvents
Other, Album
Other, Animal
The photographs are of the Gymkhana, which was an event held on August 31, 1904 to benefit the Northeast Harbor Library. The albums were assembled by Katharine Lowell Roosevelt and later Mrs. J. Stanley Reeve (Katharine Roosevelt Reeve). Gymkhana is an equestrian event involving timed games and speed races. These items were passed down from Katharine Lowell Roosevelt to her daughter, Katharine Roosevelt Reeve (mother) to Katharine Reeve Draper Schutt (daughter, donor). Album no. 2: 46 photographs See also items 5693 (brochure), 6970 (album no. 1)19042 albums, 1 brochurephotographs, paper
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The photographs are of the Gymkhana, which was an event held on August 31, 1904 to benefit the Northeast Harbor Library. The albums were assembled by Katharine Lowell Roosevelt and later Mrs. J. Stanley Reeve (Katharine Roosevelt Reeve). Gymkhana is an equestrian event involving timed games and speed races. These items were passed down from Katharine Lowell Roosevelt to her daughter, Katharine Roosevelt Reeve (mother) to Katharine Reeve Draper Schutt (daughter, donor). Album no. 2: 46 photographs See also items 5693 (brochure), 6970 (album no. 1) [show more]
6970Gymkhana Photograph Album no. 1Image, PhotographEvents
Other, Album
Other, Animal
The photographs are of the Gymkhana, which was an event held on August 31, 1904 to benefit the Northeast Harbor Library. The albums were assembled by Katharine Lowell Roosevelt and later Mrs. J. Stanley Reeve (Katharine Roosevelt Reeve). Gymkhana is an equestrian event involving timed games and speed races. These items were passed down from Katharine Lowell Roosevelt to her daughter, Katharine Roosevelt Reeve (mother) to Katharine Reeve Draper Schutt (daughter, donor). Album no. 1: 61 photographs See also items 5693 (brochure), 6971 (album no. 2)19042 albums, 1 brochurephotographs, paper
Description:
The photographs are of the Gymkhana, which was an event held on August 31, 1904 to benefit the Northeast Harbor Library. The albums were assembled by Katharine Lowell Roosevelt and later Mrs. J. Stanley Reeve (Katharine Roosevelt Reeve). Gymkhana is an equestrian event involving timed games and speed races. These items were passed down from Katharine Lowell Roosevelt to her daughter, Katharine Roosevelt Reeve (mother) to Katharine Reeve Draper Schutt (daughter, donor). Album no. 1: 61 photographs See also items 5693 (brochure), 6971 (album no. 2) [show more]