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16501Beal and Kelley Children
  • Image, Photograph, Negative, Film Negative
  • People
  • 1958
Back Row (left to right): Suzanne Beal, Samuel Beal, Carl Kelley Front Row (left to right): David Mitchell, Sal the dog, Karen Kelley
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Back Row (left to right): Suzanne Beal, Samuel Beal, Carl Kelley Front Row (left to right): David Mitchell, Sal the dog, Karen Kelley
16500Suzanne Beal, Samuel Beal, and Carl Kelley
  • Image, Photograph, Negative, Film Negative
  • People
  • 1951
16496The Mt. Mansell Museum
  • Publication, Clipping, Newspaper Clipping
  • People
  • Structures, Civic, Exhibition, Museum
  • Structures, Dwellings, House
  • 1959-09-03
  • Southwest Harbor
  • High Road
16494LaRita Tapley with Bobtail Kittens
  • Image, Photograph, Negative, Film Negative
  • Nature, Animals, Cats
  • People
  • 1958-07-12
16493Maryann and John Herrin
  • Image, Photograph, Negative, Film Negative
  • People
  • 1954-05-30
16492Letter from Eliza Jacobus (Newkirk) Rogers to Mrs. Coates and Dr. Rhoades
  • Document, Correspondence, Letter
  • People
  • Structures, Dwellings, House
  • Newkirk - Eliza Jacobus (Newkirk) Rogers (1877-1966)
16485Charlotte "Si" Rhoades at Christmas Time
  • Image, Photograph, Negative, Film Negative
  • People
  • Lenhard - Mary Emma Wamsley (Lenhard) Coates (1900-1983)
  • 1959
15566Stephen Mather - Further Memorial Locations
  • Document, Other Documents
  • People
  • Lenahan - Donald Patrick Lenahan
  • 2013-03-27
16338The Howe D. Higgins Collection of Documents
  • Set
  • Businesses, Other Business
  • People
  • Vessels, Boat
The Howe D. Higgins Collection contains Howe's collection of documents from his time spent as a customs officer on Mount Desert Island from 1921 to 1930, with some other documents spanning into the 1930s. The collection is sorted into several sets of documents including: letters and correspondence with Howe D. Higgins pertaining to information about rum running and bootleggers on the island; reports of seizures and related search warrants; documents containing information about rum runners in the area; Howe D. Higgins' Work Logs as customs officer from 1921 to 1922 and 1928 to 1930; and newspaper clippings pertaining to prohibition and rum running on Mount Desert Island.
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The Howe D. Higgins Collection contains Howe's collection of documents from his time spent as a customs officer on Mount Desert Island from 1921 to 1930, with some other documents spanning into the 1930s. The collection is sorted into several sets of documents including: letters and correspondence with Howe D. Higgins pertaining to information about rum running and bootleggers on the island; reports of seizures and related search warrants; documents containing information about rum runners in the area; Howe D. Higgins' Work Logs as customs officer from 1921 to 1922 and 1928 to 1930; and newspaper clippings pertaining to prohibition and rum running on Mount Desert Island. [show more]
14549The Mary Elizabeth Robinson Obituary Collection
  • Document, Other Documents
  • People
This index lists all of the obituaries collected by Mary Elizabeth (Robinson) Allen Rosene (1937-2011). The collection of obituaries was donated to the .Southwest Harbor Public Library by Vanessa Z. (Allen) Stark, her daughter. The Obituaries have been scanned, but not uploaded to this database yet. However, they are available at the Southwest Harbor Public Library.
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This index lists all of the obituaries collected by Mary Elizabeth (Robinson) Allen Rosene (1937-2011). The collection of obituaries was donated to the .Southwest Harbor Public Library by Vanessa Z. (Allen) Stark, her daughter. The Obituaries have been scanned, but not uploaded to this database yet. However, they are available at the Southwest Harbor Public Library.
15556Stephen Mather - Founder and First Director of the National Park Service
  • Document, Other Documents
  • People
  • Lenahan - Donald Patrick Lenahan
  • 2012-07-29
15170Steenstra - Mary F. Steenstra (1874-1953)
  • Reference
  • People
Mary F. Steenstra was born on July 30, 1874 to Rev. Peter Henry and Susan Brown (Learned) Steenstra in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Mary’s father, famous as P.H. Steenstra (1833-1911), born in Holland, was professor of Old Testament (Hebrew) literature and interpretation at the Episcopal Theological School [affiliated with Harvard College] in Cambridge, Massachusetts for forty years. He wrote several books on theology and Christian interpretation and was often quoted in his lifetime. The Steenstra family seems to have lived at the Theological School at 18 Hawthorn Street, Cambridge. They summered near Money Maker Lake in Robbinston, Washington County, Maine. Grace Episcopal Church in Robbinston, was founded in 1882 by Dr. Steenstra to serve the colony of summer people in the area. The Carpenter Gothic building is still used for summer services and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places (#01000816). Mary F. Steenstra’s brother, Frederick Henry Steenstra, graduated from Harvard and her sister, Isabella Greene Steenstra, a librarian, was an alumna of Radcliffe, but we have found no record of Mary at any college. Neither Mary nor her sister Isabella married. From about 1920 to at least 1935, when Mary was 61, the sisters had rooms at 23 Berkley Street in Cambridge. The head of the household was Marion Abott [Sic], 66. The only other resident was a servant. Mary and Isabella traveled widely. We have found no record of Mary’s employment .
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Mary F. Steenstra was born on July 30, 1874 to Rev. Peter Henry and Susan Brown (Learned) Steenstra in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Mary’s father, famous as P.H. Steenstra (1833-1911), born in Holland, was professor of Old Testament (Hebrew) literature and interpretation at the Episcopal Theological School [affiliated with Harvard College] in Cambridge, Massachusetts for forty years. He wrote several books on theology and Christian interpretation and was often quoted in his lifetime. The Steenstra family seems to have lived at the Theological School at 18 Hawthorn Street, Cambridge. They summered near Money Maker Lake in Robbinston, Washington County, Maine. Grace Episcopal Church in Robbinston, was founded in 1882 by Dr. Steenstra to serve the colony of summer people in the area. The Carpenter Gothic building is still used for summer services and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places (#01000816). Mary F. Steenstra’s brother, Frederick Henry Steenstra, graduated from Harvard and her sister, Isabella Greene Steenstra, a librarian, was an alumna of Radcliffe, but we have found no record of Mary at any college. Neither Mary nor her sister Isabella married. From about 1920 to at least 1935, when Mary was 61, the sisters had rooms at 23 Berkley Street in Cambridge. The head of the household was Marion Abott [Sic], 66. The only other resident was a servant. Mary and Isabella traveled widely. We have found no record of Mary’s employment . [show more]
15351Smith - Liston F. Smith (1851-1925)
  • Reference
  • People
Liston F. Smith (1851-1925) was born in December 1851 to Luke Relief or Reily Smith and Elizabeth B. (Emerson) Smith in Caribou, Maine. He lived in Tremont, Maine in 1900. Liston F. Smith died in May, 1925. “L.F. Smith has sold his general store and entire stock to Elwell Trundy who has been clerk for Mr. Smith for some years. The change is made owing to the fact that Mr. Smith's health demands his retirement. Mr. Trundy is one of the most highly esteemed young men of the town and has the best wishes of a host of friends in his new undertaking.” - The Bar Harbor Times, Wednesday, January 14, 1925. "Southwest Harbor Friends here were grieved Saturday to hear of the death of Liston F. Smith which occurred at the Bar Harbor hospital. Mr. Smith had been in the general grocery business here for some years, selling out last year to Elwell Trundy on account of poor health, his former home was in Caribou, Me., where he has relatives." – The Bar Harbor Record, Thursday, May 27, 1925.
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Liston F. Smith (1851-1925) was born in December 1851 to Luke Relief or Reily Smith and Elizabeth B. (Emerson) Smith in Caribou, Maine. He lived in Tremont, Maine in 1900. Liston F. Smith died in May, 1925. “L.F. Smith has sold his general store and entire stock to Elwell Trundy who has been clerk for Mr. Smith for some years. The change is made owing to the fact that Mr. Smith's health demands his retirement. Mr. Trundy is one of the most highly esteemed young men of the town and has the best wishes of a host of friends in his new undertaking.” - The Bar Harbor Times, Wednesday, January 14, 1925. "Southwest Harbor Friends here were grieved Saturday to hear of the death of Liston F. Smith which occurred at the Bar Harbor hospital. Mr. Smith had been in the general grocery business here for some years, selling out last year to Elwell Trundy on account of poor health, his former home was in Caribou, Me., where he has relatives." – The Bar Harbor Record, Thursday, May 27, 1925. [show more]
15508Silva - Ethel A. (Silva) Conners (1934-2019)
  • Reference
  • People
Ethel was born on May 7, 1934. She married Walter L Conners on April 24, 1953. Walter was born on June 14, 1931.
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Ethel was born on May 7, 1934. She married Walter L Conners on April 24, 1953. Walter was born on June 14, 1931.
15590Rudolph Brunnow and the Myths about Him
  • Document, Other Documents
  • People
  • Lenahan - Donald Patrick Lenahan
  • 2015-06-09
15510Silva - Eldora Ada Silva (1926-2012) aka Dora
  • Reference
  • People
Eldora was born on December 16, 1926 in Manset, Maine. She died on April 5, 2012 in Ellsworth, Maine.
Description:
Eldora was born on December 16, 1926 in Manset, Maine. She died on April 5, 2012 in Ellsworth, Maine.
15557Robert McGaunn - A Solemn Memorial on a Mountain Top
  • Document, Other Documents
  • People
  • Lenahan - Donald Patrick Lenahan
  • 2012-08-07
3004Rebecca's Dolls
  • Document, Other Documents
  • Object, Doll
  • People
Carroll family mythology says that Rebecca Carroll made sixteen dolls for her grandchildren – one for each grandchild born while she was alive. Researchers have found evidence of three of the dolls and are looking for the others.
Description:
Carroll family mythology says that Rebecca Carroll made sixteen dolls for her grandchildren – one for each grandchild born while she was alive. Researchers have found evidence of three of the dolls and are looking for the others.
12670Edward Sprague Rand III's Horticultural Background
  • Document, Other Documents
  • Nature, Plants
  • People
Additional research material concerning the plants and gardens of Rand - Edward Sprague Rand III (1834-1897) aka Edward Sprague Rand Jr.
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Additional research material concerning the plants and gardens of Rand - Edward Sprague Rand III (1834-1897) aka Edward Sprague Rand Jr.
15585Pathmaker -- The Tragic Death of Waldron Bates
  • Document, Other Documents
  • People
  • Lenahan - Donald Patrick Lenahan
  • 2014-09-29
3678Neilson - Albert Pancoast Neilson (1930-) aka Albie
  • Reference
  • People
15629Murphy - Viola A. (Marshall) Murphy (1877-1965)
  • Reference
  • People
15526Mullen - Collista F. (Mullen) Gott (1853-1940)
  • Reference
  • People
Collistia or Collista F. Mullin (1853-1940) was born in February 1853. Collistia married Solomon T. Gott (1848-1924), son of James S. Gott and Hulda (Dawes) Gott, on July 20, 1873 in Tremont, Maine. Collistia F. (Mullin) Gott died in 1940 in Tremont, Maine.
Description:
Collistia or Collista F. Mullin (1853-1940) was born in February 1853. Collistia married Solomon T. Gott (1848-1924), son of James S. Gott and Hulda (Dawes) Gott, on July 20, 1873 in Tremont, Maine. Collistia F. (Mullin) Gott died in 1940 in Tremont, Maine.
15734Leonard - Sylvanus G. Leonard (1844-1915)
  • Reference
  • People
14475Mitchell - Nathaniel Pinkham Mitchell
  • Reference
  • People