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6423Advertisement for Forest City Side Wheel SteamerDocument, Advertising, PosterVessels, Steamboat
6571Advertisement for Freeman House HotelDocument, Advertising, CardStructures, Commercial, Lodging, HotelStockton - Eliza StocktonSmith & Son, Printers - Artist - Eliza StocktonSouthwest Harbor9 Phillips Lane
6424Advertisement for the Steamer Golden RodDocument, AdvertisingVessels, Steamboat
6723Anemone Cave - Acadia National ParkImage, Postcard, PicturePlacesChisholm Brothers, Portland, Maine1905-06-02Acadia National ParkSchooner Head
7258Anna Eleanor (Roosevelt) Roosevelt as a Guest of Mary Elisabeth DreierImage, PhotographPeople1933-06-25Southwest HarborThis photograph was taken at the Rev. Oliver Haley Fernald House - Valour House - Mary Dreier House
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This photograph was taken at the Rev. Oliver Haley Fernald House - Valour House - Mary Dreier House
6693Annie Downs Clark and School StudentsImage, PhotographPeople1903 c.Southwest HarborAnnie Downs Clark is in the center - just left of doorway. The sign on the building announcing “Beautiful Stereopticon Views” does not refer to stereograph or stereoscopic views, viewed through a viewer held in one’s hand. "Beautiful Stereopticon Views" - "The word "stereopticon" is frequently confused with "stereograph" and "stereoscope," but has nothing to do with either. The "Stereopticon" was a single lensed device to project lantern slides - transparent pictures on glass used for public lectures - we know it as a "slide show" in the Kodachrome era. The powerful light to project the image was generated by the same type of gas as miners used for their lamps. The event being advertised was an educational event probably showing slides of exotic places that most people from Southwest Harbor would never see except in pictures." - Weston J. Naef - August 2008.
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Annie Downs Clark is in the center - just left of doorway. The sign on the building announcing “Beautiful Stereopticon Views” does not refer to stereograph or stereoscopic views, viewed through a viewer held in one’s hand. "Beautiful Stereopticon Views" - "The word "stereopticon" is frequently confused with "stereograph" and "stereoscope," but has nothing to do with either. The "Stereopticon" was a single lensed device to project lantern slides - transparent pictures on glass used for public lectures - we know it as a "slide show" in the Kodachrome era. The powerful light to project the image was generated by the same type of gas as miners used for their lamps. The event being advertised was an educational event probably showing slides of exotic places that most people from Southwest Harbor would never see except in pictures." - Weston J. Naef - August 2008. [show more]
6406Annie Downs Clark at The Eastern State School, Castine, MaineImage, PhotographPeopleThe Seeline Studio Pittsfield, Maine1906 c.Castine
11558Augustus ClarkImage, PhotographPeopleRalph - John C. Ralph (1868-1949)1870 c.
6431Augustus Clark (1846-1938)Image, Photograph, PrintPeopleOsgood - Irving Osgood (1845-1914)
6432Augustus Clark (1846-1938)Image, Photograph, PrintPeopleOsgood - Irving Osgood (1845-1914)
6777Back Shore, Southwest HarborImage, Postcard, Picture, PrintedPlaces, ShoreTownsend - Charles A. Townsend (1871-1932)Southwest Harbor
6728Balance Rock, Bar Harbor, MaineImage, PhotographPlaces, ShoreOwens Bros. - Hillson Co., Boston, Mass.Bar Harbor
6725Bar Harbor Shore Path - Sea Wall WalkImage, Postcard, Picture, PrintedPlaces, ShoreG.W. Morris, Portland, MaineBar Harbor
6400Bessie Stanley ClarkImage, PhotographPeopleSouthwest Harbor
6401Bessie Stanley ClarkImage, PhotographPeople
6706Blue Hill, Maine - Village LandingImage, Postcard, Picture, PrintedPlaces, Town1912 c.Blue Hill
6741Boston & Bangor Steamship Co. Receipt EnvelopeDocument, OtherVessels, Steamboat1903 c.Southwest Harbor
6392Brothers Clarence and Augustus Clark at the Capt. Clark House, Southwest Harbor, Maine.Image, PhotographPeopleSouthwest Harbor3 Claremont Road
6429Captain B.N. PepperImage, PhotographPeople1865 c.
6417Captain Jesse H. PeaseImage, PhotographPeople
7265Caroline Elizabeth Cope on her 100th BirthdayImage, PhotographPeopleBallard - Willis Humphreys Ballard (1906-1980)1940-07-28Southwest Harbor30 Connor Point Road
6577Charles Luther WhittakerImage, PhotographPeopleIdentification of this photograph was done from the inscription on the back. Rebecca Clark Carroll Clark Foote wrote, "Nana Clark's Father?" Rebecca called Philena C. Whittaker Clark, "Nana."
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Identification of this photograph was done from the inscription on the back. Rebecca Clark Carroll Clark Foote wrote, "Nana Clark's Father?" Rebecca called Philena C. Whittaker Clark, "Nana."
6404Charles S. Stratton (General Tom Thumb ), Lavinia Warren (Bump) Stratton, Mrs Charles S. Stratton and Unknown ManImage, PhotographPeopleSouthwest Harbor141 Clark Point RoadThis photograph was taken at the Nathan Clark III house where the Strattons may have stayed.
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This photograph was taken at the Nathan Clark III house where the Strattons may have stayed.
11557Clarence Clark (1852-1940)Image, Photograph, PrintPeopleHanson Studio, Portland, Maine1880 c.
6415Clarence Clark in a GardenImage, PhotographPeople