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3487Southwest Harbor Public Library
  • Reference
  • Organizations, Civic, Public Library
  • Structures, Civic, Library
  • Southwest Harbor
  • 338 Main Street
Nell Thornton famously said, in her book, The Traditions and Records of Southwest Harbor, “The Southwest Harbor Public Library had its beginning [as the Tremont Public Library] in 1884 when Mrs. Annie Sawyer Downs gathered a number of discarded books from the hotels, mostly paper covered volumes, and placed them on a shelf in one corner of Dr. R. J. Lemont's drug store…” The library was, as were many small libraries on the coast of Maine, started by “people from away,” in other words, summer people. This small library, however, was quickly adopted by native Southwest Harborians, and has grown, in the almost one and a half centuries since its founding, to be one of Maine’s very few five-star libraries, according to the Library Journal Index of Public Library Service. Thornton, Nellie C., Traditions and records of Southwest Harbor and Somesville, Mount Desert Island, Maine (Merrill & Webber Company, 1938, The Southwest Harbor Public Library, 1988)
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Nell Thornton famously said, in her book, The Traditions and Records of Southwest Harbor, “The Southwest Harbor Public Library had its beginning [as the Tremont Public Library] in 1884 when Mrs. Annie Sawyer Downs gathered a number of discarded books from the hotels, mostly paper covered volumes, and placed them on a shelf in one corner of Dr. R. J. Lemont's drug store…” The library was, as were many small libraries on the coast of Maine, started by “people from away,” in other words, summer people. This small library, however, was quickly adopted by native Southwest Harborians, and has grown, in the almost one and a half centuries since its founding, to be one of Maine’s very few five-star libraries, according to the Library Journal Index of Public Library Service. Thornton, Nellie C., Traditions and records of Southwest Harbor and Somesville, Mount Desert Island, Maine (Merrill & Webber Company, 1938, The Southwest Harbor Public Library, 1988) [show more]
12784The Dollar Social at Southwest Harbor
  • Reference
  • Events
  • Organizations, Civic, Public Library
In 1892 the ladies of Southwest Harbor gathered together to raise money for land upon which to build a library building and then reported how they raised their dollar..The Dollar Social was the first fundraising event held for the Southwest Harbor Public Library and the poem describing it was famous in the community for many years.
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In 1892 the ladies of Southwest Harbor gathered together to raise money for land upon which to build a library building and then reported how they raised their dollar..The Dollar Social was the first fundraising event held for the Southwest Harbor Public Library and the poem describing it was famous in the community for many years.
5607The Southwest Harbor Public Library Children's Reading Club
  • Image, Photograph
  • Organizations, Civic, Public Library
  • People
  • Ballard - Willis Humphreys Ballard (1906-1980)
  • 1942-08-27
  • Southwest Harbor
  • 338 Main Street
On the steps of the Library in Southwest Harbor. The photograph is by W.H. Ballard and was originally published in The Bar Harbor Times Oct. 1, 1942. The caption under it read as follows: "LAST STORY HOUR AT SOUTHWEST " - Seventy children who have been attending the weekly story hour at the Southwest Harbor library are shown above at the final story hour of the season, when prizes were awarded to 25 children who completed the summer reading clubs the "Around the World Book Club, and the "Know Your Country Book Club." Stories have been told to the children once a week by Mrs. Seth S. Thornton." The adult in the photograph is Miss Ruth E. Lawrence.
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On the steps of the Library in Southwest Harbor. The photograph is by W.H. Ballard and was originally published in The Bar Harbor Times Oct. 1, 1942. The caption under it read as follows: "LAST STORY HOUR AT SOUTHWEST " - Seventy children who have been attending the weekly story hour at the Southwest Harbor library are shown above at the final story hour of the season, when prizes were awarded to 25 children who completed the summer reading clubs the "Around the World Book Club, and the "Know Your Country Book Club." Stories have been told to the children once a week by Mrs. Seth S. Thornton." The adult in the photograph is Miss Ruth E. Lawrence. [show more]
11571Volunteer Elizabeth Betsey (Reid) Pfeiffer Counting Money at the Southwest Harbor Public Library
  • Image, Photograph
  • Organizations, Civic, Public Library
  • People
  • 1991
  • Southwest Harbor
  • 338 Main Street
13420Vesta E. (Spear) McRae House and Original Bass Harbor Library
  • Reference
  • Organizations, Civic, Public Library
  • Structures, Civic, Library
  • Structures, Dwellings, House
  • Tremont, Bernard
  • 90 Bernard Road
14630Somesville Library
  • Reference
  • Organizations, Civic, Public Library
  • Mount Desert, Somesville
"The public library stands on the site where a building owned by A. C Fernald and used as an undertaker's shop and for the post-office was burned by lightning in 1891 with considerable loss in money as well as property. The land is owned by Mrs. George A. Somes and is leased to the library association, who built the present library in 1895-6." - “Traditions and Records of Southwest Harbor and Somesville, Mount Desert Island, Maine” by Mrs. Seth S. Thornton, 1938, p. 265.
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"The public library stands on the site where a building owned by A. C Fernald and used as an undertaker's shop and for the post-office was burned by lightning in 1891 with considerable loss in money as well as property. The land is owned by Mrs. George A. Somes and is leased to the library association, who built the present library in 1895-6." - “Traditions and Records of Southwest Harbor and Somesville, Mount Desert Island, Maine” by Mrs. Seth S. Thornton, 1938, p. 265. [show more]
13796A Talk About the Southwest Harbor Public Library (1905-2005)
  • Document, Oral History
  • Organizations, Civic, Public Library
This is a transcription of a talk given by Meredith Hutchins as a Southwest Harbor Public Library evening program in 2005. Meredith describes the history of the library from 1884 through 2005 and recalls the people and events that shaped the library.
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This is a transcription of a talk given by Meredith Hutchins as a Southwest Harbor Public Library evening program in 2005. Meredith describes the history of the library from 1884 through 2005 and recalls the people and events that shaped the library.
12101Southwest Harbor Public Library - The Original Fireplace Screen
  • Publication, Literary, Article
  • Organizations, Civic, Public Library
  • Mosely - Gordon G. Mosely
  • Southwest Harbor
Dramatis Personae: Harris - Chloa (Harris) Searls (1906-1982) Mosley - Gordon G. Mosley Mosley - Ronald A. Mosley, Sr. (1919-2016), 1946 Interim Director Southwest Harbor-Tremont Larger Parish Searls - Thomas Searls Jr. (1908-1986)
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Dramatis Personae: Harris - Chloa (Harris) Searls (1906-1982) Mosley - Gordon G. Mosley Mosley - Ronald A. Mosley, Sr. (1919-2016), 1946 Interim Director Southwest Harbor-Tremont Larger Parish Searls - Thomas Searls Jr. (1908-1986)
11572View Through Stacks to Children's Room and Office
  • Image, Photograph
  • Organizations, Civic, Public Library
  • 1990
  • Southwest Harbor
  • 338 Main Street
11573Older Children's Room
  • Image, Photograph
  • Organizations, Civic, Public Library
  • 1990
  • Southwest Harbor
  • 338 Main Street
11574Young Children's Room
  • Image, Photograph
  • Organizations, Civic, Public Library
  • 1990
  • Southwest Harbor
  • 338 Main Street
8097Resignation as Librarian of Lida Ellen (Clark) Cousins, Mrs. Osborne W. Cousins
  • Document, Correspondence
  • Organizations, Civic, Public Library
  • People
  • 1938-04-16
  • Southwest Harbor
5631Librarian Meredith Hutchins in the Spring of 1984
  • Image, Photograph
  • Organizations, Civic, Public Library
  • People
  • 1984 Spring
  • Southwest Harbor
Moving back into the library after the 1984 Hutchins remodeling
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Moving back into the library after the 1984 Hutchins remodeling
5724Advertisement from the Directory and Hand Book - 1931 - Southwest Harbor, Manset and Tremont
  • Document, Advertising, Advertisement
  • Businesses, Store Business
  • Businesses, Theater Business
  • Organizations, Civic, Public Library
  • 1931
  • Southwest Harbor
The page shows advertisements for: The Southwest Harbor Public Library Park Theater, Southwest Harbor R. L. Hodgkins Electrical Shop Mrs. B. C. Worcester Flowers
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The page shows advertisements for: The Southwest Harbor Public Library Park Theater, Southwest Harbor R. L. Hodgkins Electrical Shop Mrs. B. C. Worcester Flowers
5629The Southwest Harbor Public Library - Librarian - Meredith Hutchins
  • Image, Photograph
  • Organizations, Civic, Public Library
  • People
  • 1983 c.
  • Southwest Harbor
5630Librarian Meredith Hutchins at Her Desk in the Library
  • Image, Photograph
  • Organizations, Civic, Public Library
  • People
  • 1984 Spring
  • Southwest Harbor
5616Children's Book Week 1939
  • Image, Photograph
  • Events
  • Organizations, Civic, Public Library
  • Ballard - Willis Humphreys Ballard (1906-1980)
  • 1939-11-18
  • Southwest Harbor
Shows the Norwegian Village
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Shows the Norwegian Village
5617Children's Book Week 1939
  • Image, Photograph
  • Events
  • Organizations, Civic, Public Library
  • Ballard - Willis Humphreys Ballard (1906-1980)
  • 1939-11-18
  • Southwest Harbor
Looking toward the back of the library
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Looking toward the back of the library
5618Children's Book Week 1939
  • Image, Photograph
  • Events
  • Organizations, Civic, Public Library
  • Ballard - Willis Humphreys Ballard (1906-1980)
  • 1939-11
  • Southwest Harbor
Looking toward the back of the library toward the back door
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Looking toward the back of the library toward the back door
5619Children's Book Week 1941
  • Image, Photograph
  • Events
  • Organizations, Civic, Public Library
  • Ballard - Willis Humphreys Ballard (1906-1980)
  • 1941-11-02
  • Southwest Harbor
Shows the 1939 addition to the library - View is from the front of the library looking back
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Shows the 1939 addition to the library - View is from the front of the library looking back
5620Children's Book Week 1941
  • Image, Photograph
  • Events
  • Organizations, Civic, Public Library
  • Ballard - Willis Humphreys Ballard (1906-1980)
  • 1941-11-02
  • Southwest Harbor
  • 338 Main Street
Children’s Book Week - November 2-8, 1941 - “Forward With Books” This photograph shows the 1939 addition to the Southwest Harbor Public Library. The view is from the front of the library looking back – Reference Room - Shows the Charles Morris Young painting, "Clark's Wharf."
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Children’s Book Week - November 2-8, 1941 - “Forward With Books” This photograph shows the 1939 addition to the Southwest Harbor Public Library. The view is from the front of the library looking back – Reference Room - Shows the Charles Morris Young painting, "Clark's Wharf."
5621The Southwest Harbor Public Library 1941
  • Image, Photograph
  • Events
  • Organizations, Civic, Public Library
  • Ballard - Willis Humphreys Ballard (1906-1980)
  • 1941-11-02
  • Southwest Harbor
This photograph shows the 1939 addition to the Southwest Harbor Public Library. The view is from the front of the library looking back – Reference Room - Shows the Charles Morris Young painting, "Clark's Wharf."
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This photograph shows the 1939 addition to the Southwest Harbor Public Library. The view is from the front of the library looking back – Reference Room - Shows the Charles Morris Young painting, "Clark's Wharf."
5627The Southwest Harbor Public Library - Round Table Meeting
  • Image, Photograph
  • Organizations, Civic, Public Library
  • People
  • Ballard - Willis Humphreys Ballard (1906-1980)
  • 1947-05-22
  • Southwest Harbor
The meeting was held at the back of the Library in the Reading Room. Seated from Left to Right: 01 - 02 - 03 - 04 - Cynthia Beatrice (Rich) Stanley - Mrs. Harvey Dean Stanley (1887-1952) 05 - Grace Marian Simmons (1877-1953) - seated at table front left 06 - Ina Caroline "Cad" (Robinson) Lawler - Mrs. Allen Jacob Lawler (1865-1959) 07 - (Behind Cad Lawler) Charlotte Baldwin (Kelley) Norwood - Mrs. Llewellyn J. Norwood (1888-1970) - Librarian, Bernard Library 08 - Marian Shaw (possibly 1894-1966) – State Library - seated next to Ruth Lawrence 09 - Ruth Eleanor Lawrence (1905-1992) – Librarian, SWHPL 10 - Elizabeth Lawler (1903-1975) 11 - (Plaid ribbon on hat) possibly Bessie Noyes (1897-1981) 12 - 13 - 14 - Emma J. (Coggins) Norwood - Mrs. Robie Milton Norwood, Jr. (1872-1951) 15 - 16 - Edith Evans – Librarian, Jessup Library, Bar Harbor 17 - Fernald – Louise Lawton (Fernald) Goulding (1873-1963) Standing from Left to Right: 18 - 19 - 20 - 21 - Dorris Myrtle (Dickey) Parker, Mrs. Chester R. Parker (1905-) Librarian, Blue Hill Library 22 - 23 - Dorothy (Pearson) Rand - Mrs. Henry Lathrop Rand (1889-1973) 24 - Nellie Rebecca (Carroll) Thornton - Mrs. Seth S. Thornton (1871-1958) - Author of “Traditions and Records of Southwest Harbor and Somesville, Mount Desert Island, Maine” - 1938 08 - Persons known to have attended, but not yet identified in the picture: Miss Mary Chester Buchan (1887-1986) Miss Mabel duPont Colvin (1877-1957) Mrs. Charlotte Baldwin (Kelley) Norwood (1888-1970) Mrs. Llewellyn Joseph Norwood Also ? Miss Bessie M. Noyes (1897-1981) Mrs. Frances Brotemarkle (1903-1976) Mrs. Raymond P. Brotemarkle "The round table meeting of the librarians will be held at the library on Thursday, May 22, opening at 10 o'clock. The meeting is called by Miss Marion Shaw of the State Library and invitations have been sent to the librarians of Hancock and Washington and Waldo Counties, so a large attendance is expected. Tea will be served by the trustees of the Southwest Harbor library. Of the 20 or more public libraries in Hancock County, seven are on Mount Desert Island." - Bar Harbor Times, Thursday, May 22, 1947, page 10 - Mrs. Seth Thornton, Corr., Southwest Harbor, Telephone 66. "Librarians Met At Southwest Harbor Thursday The Round Table of Librarians held Thursday at the public library here was attended by 22 librarians and library trustees from out of town in spite of the rainy day, which doubtless kept others at home. Miss Marian Shaw of the State Library at Augusta presided. The morning session opened at 10 o'clock, beginning with the welcome to the town and a sketch of the history of the Southwest Harbor Library by Mrs. Seth Thornton, who described the small beginning 68 years ago to the present comfortable, well equipped and well stocked library. Discussion of problems arising in the work brought out many good ideas and suggestions from Miss Shaw's experience. The subjects were how long to keep current magazines on hand, when to discard books, restrictions as to lending books of doubtful value and Mrs. Chester R. Parker of the Bluehill [sic] Library, gave a demonstration of mending and rebinding books. Lunch was served at the Carpenter Restaurant and the meeting resumed at 2 o'clock. Miss Shaw showed some children's books useful in teaching race relations, several discussions followed and there was a demonstration of story telling. [sic] Tea was served by the trustees of the Southwest Harbor Library. Those attending from out of town were: Miss Marian Shaw of Augusta, Mrs. Harriet V. C. Ogden, Mrs. J. H. Evans, of Bar Harbor, Mrs. Cynthia Stanley, Manset; Edith V. Vaughan, Frances W. Weeks, Gertrude F. Durham, Belfast: Charlotte Norwood, Bernard, Mrs. C. A. Haynes, Miss Marion Wyman, Mrs. J. J. Duffy, Mrs. E. C. Osgood of Ellsworth; Mrs. Chester R. Parker, Mrs. Jerold M. Hinckley, Mrs. Josie Parker, of Bluehill; Mrs. Lester Wentworth of East Bluehill; Mrs. Gerald Butler, Winifred M. Whitten, Gladys S. Thurston of Belfast; Virginia S. Beatty, Edna M. Handy and Carolyn S. ? of Amherst. Those attending from the village were Miss Ruth Lawrence, librarian; Miss Grace M. Simmons, Miss Mabel Colvin, Mrs. R. M. Norwood, Mrs. Allen J. Lawler, Mrs. H. L. Rand, Miss Mary C. Buchan, Mrs. L. M. Goulding, Miss Elizabeth Lawler, Mrs. Seth S. Thornton. Miss Shaw pronounced the occasion one of the most successful held in small communities." - Bar Harbor Times, Thursday, May 29, 1947, page 1.
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The meeting was held at the back of the Library in the Reading Room. Seated from Left to Right: 01 - 02 - 03 - 04 - Cynthia Beatrice (Rich) Stanley - Mrs. Harvey Dean Stanley (1887-1952) 05 - Grace Marian Simmons (1877-1953) - seated at table front left 06 - Ina Caroline "Cad" (Robinson) Lawler - Mrs. Allen Jacob Lawler (1865-1959) 07 - (Behind Cad Lawler) Charlotte Baldwin (Kelley) Norwood - Mrs. Llewellyn J. Norwood (1888-1970) - Librarian, Bernard Library 08 - Marian Shaw (possibly 1894-1966) – State Library - seated next to Ruth Lawrence 09 - Ruth Eleanor Lawrence (1905-1992) – Librarian, SWHPL 10 - Elizabeth Lawler (1903-1975) 11 - (Plaid ribbon on hat) possibly Bessie Noyes (1897-1981) 12 - 13 - 14 - Emma J. (Coggins) Norwood - Mrs. Robie Milton Norwood, Jr. (1872-1951) 15 - 16 - Edith Evans – Librarian, Jessup Library, Bar Harbor 17 - Fernald – Louise Lawton (Fernald) Goulding (1873-1963) Standing from Left to Right: 18 - 19 - 20 - 21 - Dorris Myrtle (Dickey) Parker, Mrs. Chester R. Parker (1905-) Librarian, Blue Hill Library 22 - 23 - Dorothy (Pearson) Rand - Mrs. Henry Lathrop Rand (1889-1973) 24 - Nellie Rebecca (Carroll) Thornton - Mrs. Seth S. Thornton (1871-1958) - Author of “Traditions and Records of Southwest Harbor and Somesville, Mount Desert Island, Maine” - 1938 08 - Persons known to have attended, but not yet identified in the picture: Miss Mary Chester Buchan (1887-1986) Miss Mabel duPont Colvin (1877-1957) Mrs. Charlotte Baldwin (Kelley) Norwood (1888-1970) Mrs. Llewellyn Joseph Norwood Also ? Miss Bessie M. Noyes (1897-1981) Mrs. Frances Brotemarkle (1903-1976) Mrs. Raymond P. Brotemarkle "The round table meeting of the librarians will be held at the library on Thursday, May 22, opening at 10 o'clock. The meeting is called by Miss Marion Shaw of the State Library and invitations have been sent to the librarians of Hancock and Washington and Waldo Counties, so a large attendance is expected. Tea will be served by the trustees of the Southwest Harbor library. Of the 20 or more public libraries in Hancock County, seven are on Mount Desert Island." - Bar Harbor Times, Thursday, May 22, 1947, page 10 - Mrs. Seth Thornton, Corr., Southwest Harbor, Telephone 66. "Librarians Met At Southwest Harbor Thursday The Round Table of Librarians held Thursday at the public library here was attended by 22 librarians and library trustees from out of town in spite of the rainy day, which doubtless kept others at home. Miss Marian Shaw of the State Library at Augusta presided. The morning session opened at 10 o'clock, beginning with the welcome to the town and a sketch of the history of the Southwest Harbor Library by Mrs. Seth Thornton, who described the small beginning 68 years ago to the present comfortable, well equipped and well stocked library. Discussion of problems arising in the work brought out many good ideas and suggestions from Miss Shaw's experience. The subjects were how long to keep current magazines on hand, when to discard books, restrictions as to lending books of doubtful value and Mrs. Chester R. Parker of the Bluehill [sic] Library, gave a demonstration of mending and rebinding books. Lunch was served at the Carpenter Restaurant and the meeting resumed at 2 o'clock. Miss Shaw showed some children's books useful in teaching race relations, several discussions followed and there was a demonstration of story telling. [sic] Tea was served by the trustees of the Southwest Harbor Library. Those attending from out of town were: Miss Marian Shaw of Augusta, Mrs. Harriet V. C. Ogden, Mrs. J. H. Evans, of Bar Harbor, Mrs. Cynthia Stanley, Manset; Edith V. Vaughan, Frances W. Weeks, Gertrude F. Durham, Belfast: Charlotte Norwood, Bernard, Mrs. C. A. Haynes, Miss Marion Wyman, Mrs. J. J. Duffy, Mrs. E. C. Osgood of Ellsworth; Mrs. Chester R. Parker, Mrs. Jerold M. Hinckley, Mrs. Josie Parker, of Bluehill; Mrs. Lester Wentworth of East Bluehill; Mrs. Gerald Butler, Winifred M. Whitten, Gladys S. Thurston of Belfast; Virginia S. Beatty, Edna M. Handy and Carolyn S. ? of Amherst. Those attending from the village were Miss Ruth Lawrence, librarian; Miss Grace M. Simmons, Miss Mabel Colvin, Mrs. R. M. Norwood, Mrs. Allen J. Lawler, Mrs. H. L. Rand, Miss Mary C. Buchan, Mrs. L. M. Goulding, Miss Elizabeth Lawler, Mrs. Seth S. Thornton. Miss Shaw pronounced the occasion one of the most successful held in small communities." - Bar Harbor Times, Thursday, May 29, 1947, page 1. [show more]
5608The Southwest Harbor Public Library - Children's Reading Club Award Winners
  • Image, Photograph
  • Organizations, Civic, Public Library
  • People
  • Ballard - Willis Humphreys Ballard (1906-1980)
  • 1942-08-27
  • Southwest Harbor
  • 338 Main Street
Winners of the “Know Your Country” and “Around the World” Book Club Awards Front Row - Left to Right: Hoyt Kenneth Lord (1932-2010) Joan Robinson (1932-) - Later Mrs. Wilbert Terry Diane Ruth Clement (1933-) - Later Mrs. Thomas White Irene Mabel Stanley (1933-2015) - Later Mrs. Carroll Murphy Robert Carroll (1932-1996) Leonard Bragdon Gilley (1929-) Richard Allen (1930-) Second Row - Left to Right: Janet B. Caruso (1931-) - Later Mrs. John F. Madsen Ann Mary Whitmore (1930-) - Later Mrs. Andrew Jackson Harkins Third Row - Left to Right: Esther Jane Norwood (1931-) - Later Mrs. Robert M. Dunbar Barbara Kenny (1930-) - Later Mrs. Earl Moser Jr. Juanita Dorr (1929-1997) - Later Mrs. Howard Edwin Wilson Rosamond Berry (1932-1998) - Later Mrs. Lawrence H. Davis Bernice Mary Beal (1931-) - Later Mrs. Albert Stork Ramona Boynton (1931-1999) - Later Mrs. Leroy J. Rathbun Jr. Janet Marylyn Bickford (1932-1995) - Later Mrs. Wendell Delmont Perry Diane Ballard (1932-2008) - Later Mrs. Robert Edward Michael Back Row - Left to Right: Helen Marie Sinclair (1931-2007) - Later Mrs. Owen D. Frost Marilyn Carroll (1930-1995) - Later Mrs. Richard Harlan La Haye Elizabeth "Betty" May Norwood (1929-) - Later Mrs. Carl Raymond Hardy Jr. Ruth Celestia Stanley (1931-) - Mrs. David Ashton Holmes Edith Worcester (1930-) - Later the first Mrs. Lester H. Radcliffe Jr.
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Winners of the “Know Your Country” and “Around the World” Book Club Awards Front Row - Left to Right: Hoyt Kenneth Lord (1932-2010) Joan Robinson (1932-) - Later Mrs. Wilbert Terry Diane Ruth Clement (1933-) - Later Mrs. Thomas White Irene Mabel Stanley (1933-2015) - Later Mrs. Carroll Murphy Robert Carroll (1932-1996) Leonard Bragdon Gilley (1929-) Richard Allen (1930-) Second Row - Left to Right: Janet B. Caruso (1931-) - Later Mrs. John F. Madsen Ann Mary Whitmore (1930-) - Later Mrs. Andrew Jackson Harkins Third Row - Left to Right: Esther Jane Norwood (1931-) - Later Mrs. Robert M. Dunbar Barbara Kenny (1930-) - Later Mrs. Earl Moser Jr. Juanita Dorr (1929-1997) - Later Mrs. Howard Edwin Wilson Rosamond Berry (1932-1998) - Later Mrs. Lawrence H. Davis Bernice Mary Beal (1931-) - Later Mrs. Albert Stork Ramona Boynton (1931-1999) - Later Mrs. Leroy J. Rathbun Jr. Janet Marylyn Bickford (1932-1995) - Later Mrs. Wendell Delmont Perry Diane Ballard (1932-2008) - Later Mrs. Robert Edward Michael Back Row - Left to Right: Helen Marie Sinclair (1931-2007) - Later Mrs. Owen D. Frost Marilyn Carroll (1930-1995) - Later Mrs. Richard Harlan La Haye Elizabeth "Betty" May Norwood (1929-) - Later Mrs. Carl Raymond Hardy Jr. Ruth Celestia Stanley (1931-) - Mrs. David Ashton Holmes Edith Worcester (1930-) - Later the first Mrs. Lester H. Radcliffe Jr. [show more]
5609The Southwest Harbor Public Library - Story Hour
  • Image, Photograph
  • Organizations, Civic, Public Library
  • People
  • Ballard - Willis Humphreys Ballard (1906-1980)
  • 1942-08-27
  • Southwest Harbor
  • 338 Main Street