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Item Title Type Subject Creator Publisher Date Place Address Description
6147Native American Camp at Bar Harbor - "Indian Village" First Location
  • Image, Photograph
  • People
  • Places, Camp
  • Vessels, Boat, Canoe
  • 1885 c.
  • Bar Harbor
11531Boat Shop Selling Hartford Marine Gas Engines
  • Image, Photograph
  • Structures, Other Structures, Boat Shop
This boat shop, built behind the owner's house, complete with two elegant bird houses, could have belonged to any one of many boat builders on and around Mount Desert and its surrounding islands or perhaps have been somewhere else in Maine. It is typical of the way mechanization crept into the boat building and servicing industry. The sign on the roof of the shop says, "Hartford Marine Gas Engines For Sale."
Description:
This boat shop, built behind the owner's house, complete with two elegant bird houses, could have belonged to any one of many boat builders on and around Mount Desert and its surrounding islands or perhaps have been somewhere else in Maine. It is typical of the way mechanization crept into the boat building and servicing industry. The sign on the roof of the shop says, "Hartford Marine Gas Engines For Sale."
6690Schooner Andrew Nebinger at the Wharf in Stonington, Connecticut
  • Image, Photograph
  • Vessels, Ship, Sailing Ship, Schooner
  • 1908 c.
  • Stonginton CT
This photograph originally belonged to Captain Adoniram Judson Robinson (1834-1912). It was taken in Stonington, Connecticut in the early 1900s while she was there for repairs after a collision. Damage to the hull can be seen below the first mast.
Description:
This photograph originally belonged to Captain Adoniram Judson Robinson (1834-1912). It was taken in Stonington, Connecticut in the early 1900s while she was there for repairs after a collision. Damage to the hull can be seen below the first mast.
11508Obituary for Iona Helen (Stanley) Rollins
  • Document, Announcement, Obituary
  • People
Scrapbook page with obituary for Iona Helen (Stanley) Rollins with photos of her and Roger Merrill Stanley
Description:
Scrapbook page with obituary for Iona Helen (Stanley) Rollins with photos of her and Roger Merrill Stanley
11532Schooner, Leader off Maypole Point, Islesford
  • Image, Photograph
  • Vessels, Ship, Sailing Ship, Schooner
  • Cranberry Isles, Little Cranberry Island, Islesford
The schooner, "Leader" is center rear with a pinky to the right of it. The sloop in the left foreground is rigged like the Irish/Boston hookers, a type of vessel not native to Mount Desert Island. There is a weir visible to the right rear of the photograph. Maypole Point is on the right.
Description:
The schooner, "Leader" is center rear with a pinky to the right of it. The sloop in the left foreground is rigged like the Irish/Boston hookers, a type of vessel not native to Mount Desert Island. There is a weir visible to the right rear of the photograph. Maypole Point is on the right.
11096The Rock End Dock at Northeast Harbor, Maine
  • Image, Photograph
  • Places, Harbor
  • Vessels, Boat
  • 1941
  • Mount Desert, Northeast Harbor
On the left of the dock - third boat out from the dock - Harold Wedge's "Frolic" On the right of the float - William Doane Stanley's "Leader"
Description:
On the left of the dock - third boat out from the dock - Harold Wedge's "Frolic" On the right of the float - William Doane Stanley's "Leader"
11997Five Oldest Children of Arno Preston Stanley on Bear Rug
  • Image, Photograph
  • People
Standing in Back: Esther Mabelle Stanley (1895-1984), later Mrs. Francis Milton Spurling Seated Left to Right: Enoch Arno Stanley (1897-1977) Leslie Victor Stanley (1902-1995) Chester Warren Stanley (1900-1971) with curls Robert Elliot Stanley (1898-1976)
Description:
Standing in Back: Esther Mabelle Stanley (1895-1984), later Mrs. Francis Milton Spurling Seated Left to Right: Enoch Arno Stanley (1897-1977) Leslie Victor Stanley (1902-1995) Chester Warren Stanley (1900-1971) with curls Robert Elliot Stanley (1898-1976)
6212Sweet Pea and Electron II at Southwest Harbor
  • Image, Photograph
  • Vessels, Boat, Sailboat
  • Ballard - Willis Humphreys Ballard (1906-1980)
  • 1938-08
  • Southwest Harbor
The boat in front is the "Sweet Pea'' owned by "Peter" Richardson, Great Cranberry Island. Lewis Gilley Stanley was sailing her the day the picture was taken. The yawl behind "Sweet Pea" is "Electron II" owned by Professor Holmes of the University of Vermont Physics department. He adjusted and fixed compasses for fishermen for free.
Description:
The boat in front is the "Sweet Pea'' owned by "Peter" Richardson, Great Cranberry Island. Lewis Gilley Stanley was sailing her the day the picture was taken. The yawl behind "Sweet Pea" is "Electron II" owned by Professor Holmes of the University of Vermont Physics department. He adjusted and fixed compasses for fishermen for free.
9374Phoebe Jane (Gilley) Stanley and Alice E. (Gilley) Gilley at Baker Island
  • Image, Photograph
  • People
  • Structures, Dwellings, House
  • Cranberry Isles, Baker Island
There is a wooden lobster trap on the ground at the corner of the barn and chickens in the dooryard. The woman at the far left would appear to be Phoebe Jane (Gilley) Stanley, Mrs. Robert S. Stanley (1842-1929). The woman in the middle of the photograph is Alice E. (Gilley) Gilley, Mrs. Charles Brown Gilley (1856-1938).
Description:
There is a wooden lobster trap on the ground at the corner of the barn and chickens in the dooryard. The woman at the far left would appear to be Phoebe Jane (Gilley) Stanley, Mrs. Robert S. Stanley (1842-1929). The woman in the middle of the photograph is Alice E. (Gilley) Gilley, Mrs. Charles Brown Gilley (1856-1938).
11669Ralph W. Stanley Boat Shop - Wall of Stanley Half-Models
  • Image, Photograph
  • Vessels, Boat
  • 2004 c.
  • Southwest Harbor
  • 102 Clark Point Road
9363Manset Boat House Dock with Schooner "Tabor Boy" in Background
  • Image, Photograph
  • Structures, Transportation, Marine Landing, Dock
  • Vessels, Ship, Sailing Ship, Schooner
  • Southwest Harbor, Manset
11521View from Clifton Dock
  • Image, Photograph, Photographic Print
  • Places, Harbor
  • 1940
  • Mount Desert, Northeast Harbor
11784Merle Everett Black's Spray Hood Lobster Boat on Little Island in Bass Harbor
  • Image, Photograph, Photographic Print
  • Vessels, Boat, Lobster Boat
  • Tremont, Bass Harbor
9380Five of Arno Preston and Mabel Estelle (Stanley) Stanley's Children
  • Image, Photograph
  • People
  • 1903 c.
Five of Arno Preston and Mabel Estelle (Stanley) Stanley's children. Left to Right: Enoch Arno Stanley (1897-1977) - son Esther Mabelle Stanley (1895-1984) - daughter - Later Mrs. Francis Milton Spurling Leslie Victor Stanley (1902-1995) - son Chester Warren Stanley (1900-1971) - son - father of boat builder Ralph Warren Stanley Robert Elliot Stanley (1898-1976) - son
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Five of Arno Preston and Mabel Estelle (Stanley) Stanley's children. Left to Right: Enoch Arno Stanley (1897-1977) - son Esther Mabelle Stanley (1895-1984) - daughter - Later Mrs. Francis Milton Spurling Leslie Victor Stanley (1902-1995) - son Chester Warren Stanley (1900-1971) - son - father of boat builder Ralph Warren Stanley Robert Elliot Stanley (1898-1976) - son
10549Gilley - Harriet (Gilley) Coulter Taylor (1838-1930) and Her Family
  • Image, Photograph, Photographic Print
  • People
  • 1838 c.
Harriet is the older woman in the black coat on the right. The young woman in the middle of the back row may resemble Edna (Lewis) Coulter (1907-) - Mrs. Winfred Everson Coulter, who may appear as an older woman in record 10993. The other people shown are probably Harriet's Coulter children and grandchildren. Archivists know their names and dates, but not their identities. Perhaps someone in the family will see this photograph and solve its mysteries? Harriet was the great-great granddaughter of William Gilley (1746-1839).
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Harriet is the older woman in the black coat on the right. The young woman in the middle of the back row may resemble Edna (Lewis) Coulter (1907-) - Mrs. Winfred Everson Coulter, who may appear as an older woman in record 10993. The other people shown are probably Harriet's Coulter children and grandchildren. Archivists know their names and dates, but not their identities. Perhaps someone in the family will see this photograph and solve its mysteries? Harriet was the great-great granddaughter of William Gilley (1746-1839). [show more]
12010Joseph Warren Gilley Jr. and His Family on Baker Island - Circa 1917
  • Image, Photograph
  • People
  • 1889 c.
  • Cranberry Isles, Baker Island
Back Row – Left to Right: Harriet Gilley (1838-1930) – daughter of Joseph Warren Gilley (1813-1894) Alice E. Gilley (1856-1938) – daughter of Joseph Warren Gilley (1813-1894) William Frederick Stanley (1866-) – grandson of Joseph Warren Gilley (1813-1894) Carrie B. (Ober) Stanley (1862-1932) – Mrs. William Frederick Stanley Charles Adelbert Gilley (1847-1914) – son of Joseph Warren Gilley (1813-1894) Front Row – Left to Right: Joseph Warren Gilley Jr. (1859-1918) – son of Joseph Warren Gilley (1813-1894) Two sisters - archivists unsure which girl is which: Annie S. Allen (1879-1949) Eunice M. Allen (1886-) The girls, visiting the family on the island, were granddaughters of Oliver L. Allen and Matilda (Gilley) Allen. Matilda (Gilley) Allen (1817-1909) was the sister of Joseph Warren Gilley (1813-1894)
Description:
Back Row – Left to Right: Harriet Gilley (1838-1930) – daughter of Joseph Warren Gilley (1813-1894) Alice E. Gilley (1856-1938) – daughter of Joseph Warren Gilley (1813-1894) William Frederick Stanley (1866-) – grandson of Joseph Warren Gilley (1813-1894) Carrie B. (Ober) Stanley (1862-1932) – Mrs. William Frederick Stanley Charles Adelbert Gilley (1847-1914) – son of Joseph Warren Gilley (1813-1894) Front Row – Left to Right: Joseph Warren Gilley Jr. (1859-1918) – son of Joseph Warren Gilley (1813-1894) Two sisters - archivists unsure which girl is which: Annie S. Allen (1879-1949) Eunice M. Allen (1886-) The girls, visiting the family on the island, were granddaughters of Oliver L. Allen and Matilda (Gilley) Allen. Matilda (Gilley) Allen (1817-1909) was the sister of Joseph Warren Gilley (1813-1894) [show more]
11005Ralph Warren Stanley and Gunnar Milton Hansen
  • Image, Photograph
  • People
  • Southwest Harbor
  • 102 Clark Point Road
Ralph Warren Stanley on the left - Gunnar Milton Hansen on the right. The vessel in front of Ralph's shop is a gaff-rigged knockabout that belonged to Ed Elvidge. A knockabout is smaller than a A boat, a Manchester 13 or 14.
Description:
Ralph Warren Stanley on the left - Gunnar Milton Hansen on the right. The vessel in front of Ralph's shop is a gaff-rigged knockabout that belonged to Ed Elvidge. A knockabout is smaller than a A boat, a Manchester 13 or 14.
6205Beal's Fish Wharf
  • Image, Photograph
  • Structures, Transportation, Marine Landing, Wharf
  • Vessels, Boat
  • Ballard - Willis Humphreys Ballard (1906-1980)
  • 1945 c.
  • Southwest Harbor
The boat in the foreground is a Cranberry Isles double ender. The dark boat behind with the canvas hood was built by Charles "Dud" Bracey on the Cranberry Isles. It was owned first by Wesley Bracey and then by George Dolliver.
Description:
The boat in the foreground is a Cranberry Isles double ender. The dark boat behind with the canvas hood was built by Charles "Dud" Bracey on the Cranberry Isles. It was owned first by Wesley Bracey and then by George Dolliver.
10427Alvah Murch Allie Batchelder
  • Image, Photograph, Photographic Print, Stereograph
  • People
  • Roche - John Patrick Roche (1909-1973)
  • 1950 c.
  • Frankfort ME
6150Two Masted Schooner Coming in to Southwest Harbor
  • Image, Photograph
  • Vessels, Ship, Sailing Ship, Schooner
  • Southwest Harbor
Deck is loaded with wood.
Description:
Deck is loaded with wood.
11724Schooner J.J. Little, Wilder Blanchard Robbins, Master
  • Image, Photograph, Photographic Print
  • Vessels, Ship, Sailing Ship, Schooner
6145Schooner E.T. Hamor Sailing Out of Portland - After 1889
  • Image, Photograph, Photographic Print
  • Vessels, Ship, Sailing Ship, Schooner
  • 1889 after
  • Portland area ME
The 63.8' schooner, 52.70 ton "E.T. Hamor," owned by Elihu T. Hamor, was built "at Eden, Hulls Cove (Bar Harbor)" in 1889.
Description:
The 63.8' schooner, 52.70 ton "E.T. Hamor," owned by Elihu T. Hamor, was built "at Eden, Hulls Cove (Bar Harbor)" in 1889.
11676Schooner Equinox Built for Henry Sage Goodwin
  • Image, Photograph, Photographic Print
  • Vessels, Ship, Sailing Ship, Schooner
  • Stets - Mary Anne Stets
  • Mystic CT
11722Schooner Chromo Loading Pipe - Herbert Eugene Tinker, Master
  • Image, Photograph
  • Vessels, Ship, Sailing Ship, Schooner
11232Ralph Stanley's First Lobster Boat
  • Image, Photograph
  • Structures, Transportation, Marine Landing, Dock
  • Transportation, Automobile
  • Vessels, Boat, Lobster Boat
  • 1953
Automobiles Left to Right: Unknown Unknown truck 1949-1950 Ford wood panelled station wagon 1950-1951 Pontiac sedan Unknown truck 1950 Plymouth 4-door sedan
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Automobiles Left to Right: Unknown Unknown truck 1949-1950 Ford wood panelled station wagon 1950-1951 Pontiac sedan Unknown truck 1950 Plymouth 4-door sedan