162 items found
Subject is exactly "Businesses, Boatbuilder"
Item Title Type Subject Creator Publisher Date Address Place Description
1250926-foot motor tow yawl under constructionImage, PhotographBoatbuilderBallard - Willis Humphreys Ballard (1906-1980)1943-03-12130 Shore RoadMansetThe photograph shows a 26-foot motor tow yawl under construction.
Type:Image, Photograph
Subject:Boatbuilder
Date:1943-03-12
Address:130 Shore Road
Place:Manset
Creator:Ballard - Willis Humphreys Ballard (1906-1980)
Description:The photograph shows a 26-foot motor tow yawl under construction.
15445303 CruiserImage, PhotographBoatbuilderBallard - Willis Humphreys Ballard (1906-1980)1948-09-26
Type:Image, Photograph
Subject:Boatbuilder
Date:1948-09-26
Creator:Ballard - Willis Humphreys Ballard (1906-1980)
15446309 Cruiser
Hinckley Sport Cruiser 30
Image, PhotographBoatbuilderBallard - Willis Humphreys Ballard (1906-1980)1947-01-07"This picture is of a prototype for a production model design by Henry Hinckley to be known as the Hinckley Sport Cruiser 30 built in 1940. Production was postponed because of the war, but it is interesting to note her lines compared to the Picnic Boat. This could have been a very popular boat had it ever gone into production." -- The Hinckley Story (p.89). [show more]
309 Cruiser
Hinckley Sport Cruiser 30
Type:Image, Photograph
Subject:Boatbuilder
Date:1947-01-07
Creator:Ballard - Willis Humphreys Ballard (1906-1980)
Description:"This picture is of a prototype for a production model design by Henry Hinckley to be known as the Hinckley Sport Cruiser 30 built in 1940. Production was postponed because of the war, but it is interesting to note her lines compared to the Picnic Boat. This could have been a very popular boat had it ever gone into production." -- The Hinckley Story (p.89). [show more]
1547035' FishermanImage, PhotographBoatbuilderBallard - Willis Humphreys Ballard (1906-1980)1945-11-05
Type:Image, Photograph
Subject:Boatbuilder
Date:1945-11-05
Creator:Ballard - Willis Humphreys Ballard (1906-1980)
1544844' Seine Boat LaunchingImage, PhotographBoatbuilderBallard - Willis Humphreys Ballard (1906-1980)1944-10-16
Type:Image, Photograph
Subject:Boatbuilder
Date:1944-10-16
Creator:Ballard - Willis Humphreys Ballard (1906-1980)
11016A.E. Parker Boat ShopImage, PhotographBoatbuilder1920 c.Southwest Harbor
Type:Image, Photograph
Subject:Boatbuilder
Date:1920 c.
Place:Southwest Harbor
13653A.E. Parker Wharf and Boat ShopReferenceBoatbuilder
Wharf
168 Clark Point RoadSouthwest Harbor
Type:Reference
Subject:Boatbuilder
Wharf
Address:168 Clark Point Road
Place:Southwest Harbor
14547Advertisement for the Clifton Melbourne Rich Boat ShopDocument, AdvertisingBoatbuilder1923The advertisement appeared on page 54 of the 1923 Southwest Harbor Cottage Directory.
Type:Document, Advertising
Subject:Boatbuilder
Date:1923
Description:The advertisement appeared on page 54 of the 1923 Southwest Harbor Cottage Directory.
9466Aerial View of The Henry R. Hinckley Company, Manset, and Southwest HarborImage, PhotographHarbor
Boatbuilder
Augustus D. Phillips & Son, Northeast HarborManset
Type:Image, Photograph
Subject:Harbor
Boatbuilder
Place:Manset
Publisher:Augustus D. Phillips & Son, Northeast Harbor
15405Alden Yawls Nirvana and ValhallaPublication, ArticleBoatbuilder1951Floor and sail plans for two yawls, the Nirvana and the Valhalla, designed by John G. Alden in 1948 and built by the Henry R. Hinckley company in 1949-1950.
Type:Publication, Article
Subject:Boatbuilder
Date:1951
Description:Floor and sail plans for two yawls, the Nirvana and the Valhalla, designed by John G. Alden in 1948 and built by the Henry R. Hinckley company in 1949-1950.
3036Article About Rich and Grindle BoatbuildersDocument, MemoirBoatbuilderRich - Meredith Adelle (Rich) Hutchins (1939-2016)2005-07-07Adapted from an article by Meredith Rich Hutchins for the Mount Desert Islander – July 7, 2005
Type:Document, Memoir
Subject:Boatbuilder
Date:2005-07-07
Creator:Rich - Meredith Adelle (Rich) Hutchins (1939-2016)
Description:Adapted from an article by Meredith Rich Hutchins for the Mount Desert Islander – July 7, 2005
15451Baby Rose - DraggerImage, PhotographBoatbuilderBallard - Willis Humphreys Ballard (1906-1980)1944-08-05“Baby Rose” was built in Thomaston and taken over by the government during WWII. After the war she was refitted at Southwest Boat Corporation for the Ciamentaro family of Gloucester, Massachusetts.
Type:Image, Photograph
Subject:Boatbuilder
Date:1944-08-05
Creator:Ballard - Willis Humphreys Ballard (1906-1980)
Description:“Baby Rose” was built in Thomaston and taken over by the government during WWII. After the war she was refitted at Southwest Boat Corporation for the Ciamentaro family of Gloucester, Massachusetts.
3479Bass Harbor Boat ShopReferenceBoatbuilder25 Columbia AvenueBernardOwned by Robert "Bobby" Farnsworth Rich. The business was continued by Robert Farnsworth Rich's son: Robert "Chummy" Colson Rich
Type:Reference
Subject:Boatbuilder
Address:25 Columbia Avenue
Place:Bernard
Description:Owned by Robert "Bobby" Farnsworth Rich. The business was continued by Robert Farnsworth Rich's son: Robert "Chummy" Colson Rich
12872Bath Iron WorksReferenceBoatbuilder7000 Washington StreetBathBath Iron Works was established in 1826 as an iron foundry in Bath, Maine. After the Civil War Brevet General Thomas W. Hyde purchased it in 1884. Hyde bought Goss Marine Iron Works and New England Shipbuilding Co. in 1888 and combined his concerns as Bath Iron Works. [show more]
Type:Reference
Subject:Boatbuilder
Address:7000 Washington Street
Place:Bath
Description:Bath Iron Works was established in 1826 as an iron foundry in Bath, Maine. After the Civil War Brevet General Thomas W. Hyde purchased it in 1884. Hyde bought Goss Marine Iron Works and New England Shipbuilding Co. in 1888 and combined his concerns as Bath Iron Works. [show more]
13265Beal Boat Yard
Morris Yacht Company
ReferenceBoatbuilderSouthwest Harbor
Beal Boat Yard
Morris Yacht Company
Type:Reference
Subject:Boatbuilder
Place:Southwest Harbor
15452Blue Water Baby - CruiserImage, PhotographBoatbuilderBallard - Willis Humphreys Ballard (1906-1980)1948-06-02Owned by Marcus, Philadelphia. Interior photographs were taken on June 28, 1948.
Type:Image, Photograph
Subject:Boatbuilder
Date:1948-06-02
Creator:Ballard - Willis Humphreys Ballard (1906-1980)
Description:Owned by Marcus, Philadelphia. Interior photographs were taken on June 28, 1948.
9822Boat Show DisplayImage, PhotographBoatbuilder130 Shore RoadManset
Type:Image, Photograph
Subject:Boatbuilder
Address:130 Shore Road
Place:Manset
15453Bonaventure - LaunchingImage, PhotographBoatbuilderBallard - Willis Humphreys Ballard (1906-1980)1942-09
Type:Image, Photograph
Subject:Boatbuilder
Date:1942-09
Creator:Ballard - Willis Humphreys Ballard (1906-1980)
15455Bonaventure - ProductionImage, PhotographBoatbuilderBallard - Willis Humphreys Ballard (1906-1980)Photos taken in 1941 and 1942. The following comes from interviews with Ralph Warren Stanley between 2009 and 2013. The stern post was from an old elm tree on Carrie Joyce’s lawn. She sold the tree to Bink Sargent for $100. Carrie thought she was rich, as, at that time, she was getting an old age pension of $30 a month. She hired a car and got Ralph Stanley’s grandmother, Celestia “Lessie” Gertrude (Dix) Robinson, Mrs. Ralph Judson Robinson (1875-1961), to go shopping in Bangor with her. Carrie got a blister on her heel from walking around Bangor. Bink paid Harvard Gilley and Jack Ramsdell $15 and a pint of rum to cut the tree down. Henry Dunbar was running the mill at Southwest Boat at the time and he said that they sawed that tree into logs and lumber and used every bit of it. Carrie E. (Bunker) Joyce (1863-1962), Mrs. Joseph Joyce Lennox Ledyard "Bink" Sargent (1916-1989) Jack Ramsdell Harvard N. Gilley (1915-2006) Henry E. Dunbar (1914-1982) 02-12 – this story of the stern post for Bonaventure also goes with SWHPL 9565. 02-15 – putting in the "sealing" 02-16 & 17 – working on the deck frame 02-22 & 23 – pounding in the trunnels (locust) 02-25 – clamping in the oak plank 02-32 – Raymond Bunker on the left and Bink Sargent on the right 02-36 – "faring" (fitting) a timber with an adze the trunels here have been split and wedged in 02-37 & 38 – Stan Mitchell and Raymond Bunker L to R – caulking – Stan always wore felts inside his rubbers 02-39 – building the wooden hatch 02-46 & 47 – mallet and chisel to shape hole for the mast 02-50: Rosemary on the left Open motor boat behind sailboat – no info Watermelon hood boat on left of dock with riding sail was a Raymond Bunker Boat - was sold to a Beal at Islesford Double ender with watermelon hood at end of dock was the Pansy R owned by Cliff Robbins Boat at right of dock with a peaked hood and funny cabin was a Cranberry Island boat House with Mansard roof at back left of Black Ledge was the Henry Hinckley house – later site of Western Way Condos Next house on right was the Charles Bartlett house now torn down 02-55 – back of steering shelter 02-56 – foc’sle 02-68 – Bink’s Lincoln Zephyr style boat and Lyle Newman’s scow Lyle Dennis Newman (1876-1974) [show more]
Type:Image, Photograph
Subject:Boatbuilder
Creator:Ballard - Willis Humphreys Ballard (1906-1980)
Description:Photos taken in 1941 and 1942. The following comes from interviews with Ralph Warren Stanley between 2009 and 2013. The stern post was from an old elm tree on Carrie Joyce’s lawn. She sold the tree to Bink Sargent for $100. Carrie thought she was rich, as, at that time, she was getting an old age pension of $30 a month. She hired a car and got Ralph Stanley’s grandmother, Celestia “Lessie” Gertrude (Dix) Robinson, Mrs. Ralph Judson Robinson (1875-1961), to go shopping in Bangor with her. Carrie got a blister on her heel from walking around Bangor. Bink paid Harvard Gilley and Jack Ramsdell $15 and a pint of rum to cut the tree down. Henry Dunbar was running the mill at Southwest Boat at the time and he said that they sawed that tree into logs and lumber and used every bit of it. Carrie E. (Bunker) Joyce (1863-1962), Mrs. Joseph Joyce Lennox Ledyard "Bink" Sargent (1916-1989) Jack Ramsdell Harvard N. Gilley (1915-2006) Henry E. Dunbar (1914-1982) 02-12 – this story of the stern post for Bonaventure also goes with SWHPL 9565. 02-15 – putting in the "sealing" 02-16 & 17 – working on the deck frame 02-22 & 23 – pounding in the trunnels (locust) 02-25 – clamping in the oak plank 02-32 – Raymond Bunker on the left and Bink Sargent on the right 02-36 – "faring" (fitting) a timber with an adze the trunels here have been split and wedged in 02-37 & 38 – Stan Mitchell and Raymond Bunker L to R – caulking – Stan always wore felts inside his rubbers 02-39 – building the wooden hatch 02-46 & 47 – mallet and chisel to shape hole for the mast 02-50: Rosemary on the left Open motor boat behind sailboat – no info Watermelon hood boat on left of dock with riding sail was a Raymond Bunker Boat - was sold to a Beal at Islesford Double ender with watermelon hood at end of dock was the Pansy R owned by Cliff Robbins Boat at right of dock with a peaked hood and funny cabin was a Cranberry Island boat House with Mansard roof at back left of Black Ledge was the Henry Hinckley house – later site of Western Way Condos Next house on right was the Charles Bartlett house now torn down 02-55 – back of steering shelter 02-56 – foc’sle 02-68 – Bink’s Lincoln Zephyr style boat and Lyle Newman’s scow Lyle Dennis Newman (1876-1974) [show more]
15454Bonaventure - RefitImage, PhotographBoatbuilderBallard - Willis Humphreys Ballard (1906-1980)1943-01Bonaventure came back to Southwest Boat Corporation to have whale back put on her bow. They rebuilt the shelter for the steering station so they could see over the bow and they put on wing boards for trawl netting.
Type:Image, Photograph
Subject:Boatbuilder
Date:1943-01
Creator:Ballard - Willis Humphreys Ballard (1906-1980)
Description:Bonaventure came back to Southwest Boat Corporation to have whale back put on her bow. They rebuilt the shelter for the steering station so they could see over the bow and they put on wing boards for trawl netting.
15456Bounder IIImage, PhotographBoatbuilderBallard - Willis Humphreys Ballard (1906-1980)1956-01-18
Type:Image, Photograph
Subject:Boatbuilder
Date:1956-01-18
Creator:Ballard - Willis Humphreys Ballard (1906-1980)
14238Bunker and Ellis Boat CompanyReferenceBoatbuilderFounded by Ralph Ellis and Raymound Adelbert Bunker in 1947 The company passed to Ralph Ellis' son Don and continues today as Ellis Boats
Type:Reference
Subject:Boatbuilder
Description:Founded by Ralph Ellis and Raymound Adelbert Bunker in 1947 The company passed to Ralph Ellis' son Don and continues today as Ellis Boats
3450C.E. Clement’s Boat ShopReferenceBoatbuilder168 Clark Point RoadSouthwest Harbor
Type:Reference
Subject:Boatbuilder
Address:168 Clark Point Road
Place:Southwest Harbor
10698C.M. Rich Boatbuilder - Shop SignImage, Photograph, DigitalBoatbuilderRiebel - Charlotte Helen (Riebel) Morrill2010Bernard
Type:Image, Photograph, Digital
Subject:Boatbuilder
Date:2010
Place:Bernard
Creator:Riebel - Charlotte Helen (Riebel) Morrill
15457Cape Cod - DraggerImage, PhotographBoatbuilderBallard - Willis Humphreys Ballard (1906-1980)1944This Sardine Boat was built by Henry R. Hinckley Company as Southwest Boat Corporation. The photographer's notes for this set of photos sometimes list the Cape Cod's length at 60', 65'. and 70'.
Type:Image, Photograph
Subject:Boatbuilder
Date:1944
Creator:Ballard - Willis Humphreys Ballard (1906-1980)
Description:This Sardine Boat was built by Henry R. Hinckley Company as Southwest Boat Corporation. The photographer's notes for this set of photos sometimes list the Cape Cod's length at 60', 65'. and 70'.