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Item Title Type Subject Creator Publisher Date Place Address Description
16483Southwest Harbor looking East from Little Island
  • Image, Art, Painting
  • Places, Harbor
  • Places, Town
  • Lenhard - Mary Emma Wamsley (Lenhard) Coates (1900-1983)
The Coast Station is shown at the left, and the Hinckley Boat Yard and the Elizabeth Febiger Spahr House are shown at the right.
Description:
The Coast Station is shown at the left, and the Hinckley Boat Yard and the Elizabeth Febiger Spahr House are shown at the right.
15391Photos from the the making of Stephen King's Storm of the Century
  • Image, Photograph, Photographic Print
  • Other, Filmmaking
  • Places, Town
  • Grady - Ann Magdalene (Grady) Seavey
  • 1998
  • Southwest Harbor
  • Main Street
Anny Seavey who took these photographs said “The film crew was here in Jan of ’98. It was a lot of fun for all of us.” In the main image above, notice the 55 lb bags of Canadian instant mashed potato flakes used to make snow. This item contains 44 of the 55 snapshots Anny took. Images that were nearly identical to others have been omitted.
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Anny Seavey who took these photographs said “The film crew was here in Jan of ’98. It was a lot of fun for all of us.” In the main image above, notice the 55 lb bags of Canadian instant mashed potato flakes used to make snow. This item contains 44 of the 55 snapshots Anny took. Images that were nearly identical to others have been omitted.
16245Islesford, Maine, Looking West
  • Image, Photograph, Picture Postcard
  • Places, Island
  • Places, Town
  • Morse - Frederick Wesley Morse (1870-1929)
  • 1913-05-24
  • Cranberry Isles, Little Cranberry Island, Islesford
Mailed to: Mrs. Emily Haynes Manset, Maine Text reads: I am coming up to see you some day with love from Earle"
Description:
Mailed to: Mrs. Emily Haynes Manset, Maine Text reads: I am coming up to see you some day with love from Earle"
16242Islesford, Maine, Looking West from Hotel
  • Image, Photograph, Picture Postcard
  • Places, Island
  • Places, Town
  • Morse - Frederick Wesley Morse (1870-1929)
  • A. M. Spurling
  • 1907-01-09
  • Cranberry Isles, Little Cranberry Island, Islesford
Mailed to: Miss Lottie King, Manset, Me
Description:
Mailed to: Miss Lottie King, Manset, Me
26021886 Bird's Eye View of Bar Harbor, Maine
  • Map, Base Map
  • Places, Town
  • Poole - A. F. Poole
  • J.J. Stoner, Madison, Wis.
  • 1886
  • Bar Harbor
Insets at left and right show Hotel Des Iles, Bradley Block, Grand Central Hotel, Rodick House, Episcopal Church and West End Hotel. References at bottom add: Green Mountain, Eagle Lake, Ogden's Point, Bar Island, Abby's Retreat, Indian Camp, Steamboat Wharf, Mt. Kebo, Union Church, Rockaway House, School Houses, Newport House, Atlantic House, Lookout House, Belmont Hotel, St. Sauveur House, Agamont House, Wayside Inn, Rodick Cottages, Ash Cottage, Deering House, Exchange, Boat Wharf, and Steamer Lewiston. Artist's name A. F. Poole appears at lower left of main image.
Description:
Insets at left and right show Hotel Des Iles, Bradley Block, Grand Central Hotel, Rodick House, Episcopal Church and West End Hotel. References at bottom add: Green Mountain, Eagle Lake, Ogden's Point, Bar Island, Abby's Retreat, Indian Camp, Steamboat Wharf, Mt. Kebo, Union Church, Rockaway House, School Houses, Newport House, Atlantic House, Lookout House, Belmont Hotel, St. Sauveur House, Agamont House, Wayside Inn, Rodick Cottages, Ash Cottage, Deering House, Exchange, Boat Wharf, and Steamer Lewiston. Artist's name A. F. Poole appears at lower left of main image. [show more]
16141Looking South from Castle, Southwest Harbor, Me.
  • Image, Photograph, Picture Postcard
  • Places, Harbor
  • Places, Town
  • C.E. Cook, Bangor, Maine
  • 1906-10-05
  • Southwest Harbor
Mailed to: Mr. William H. Rea Pembroke, Maine. Text reads: "I am going to write. Jud."
Description:
Mailed to: Mr. William H. Rea Pembroke, Maine. Text reads: "I am going to write. Jud."
5556J.C. Ralph Studio on Main Street Looking South, Southwest Harbor
  • Image, Photograph
  • Places, Town
  • Structures, Commercial, Store
  • 1898 c.
  • Southwest Harbor
The First Masonic Hall, now 353 Main Street, Southwest Harbor - at the corner of Clark Point Road, - The Hall, built c. 1877 as Tremont Hall, was sold to the Masonic lodge around 1902. The lodge members renamed the building, raised it, and rebuilt the first and second floors to achieve the building shown in all the pictures as the First Masonic Hall – See the Bar Harbor Times, April 20, 1927, p. 7. The building shown here is the Tremont Hall as it originally looked. One of the old street lights is visible on the right. - “In 1897, the different societies in the village combined to raise funds for street lights. The lamps were bought and placed near those houses whose owners were willing to furnish the kerosene and keep the lamps trimmed and lighted. These lamps did duty until the installation of electricity in the summer of 1917.” - “Traditions and Records of Southwest Harbor and Somesville, Mount Desert Island, Maine” by Mrs. Seth S. Thornton, 1938, p. 124. The building on the right is John C. Ralph's Studio - Optician and Jewelry. John C. Ralph was Postmaster at Southwest Harbor from July 19, 1897 to November 1, 1905 and the Post Office is in the same building at far right. - Note wooden sidewalks.
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The First Masonic Hall, now 353 Main Street, Southwest Harbor - at the corner of Clark Point Road, - The Hall, built c. 1877 as Tremont Hall, was sold to the Masonic lodge around 1902. The lodge members renamed the building, raised it, and rebuilt the first and second floors to achieve the building shown in all the pictures as the First Masonic Hall – See the Bar Harbor Times, April 20, 1927, p. 7. The building shown here is the Tremont Hall as it originally looked. One of the old street lights is visible on the right. - “In 1897, the different societies in the village combined to raise funds for street lights. The lamps were bought and placed near those houses whose owners were willing to furnish the kerosene and keep the lamps trimmed and lighted. These lamps did duty until the installation of electricity in the summer of 1917.” - “Traditions and Records of Southwest Harbor and Somesville, Mount Desert Island, Maine” by Mrs. Seth S. Thornton, 1938, p. 124. The building on the right is John C. Ralph's Studio - Optician and Jewelry. John C. Ralph was Postmaster at Southwest Harbor from July 19, 1897 to November 1, 1905 and the Post Office is in the same building at far right. - Note wooden sidewalks. [show more]
16184Looking South on Main Street, Southwest Harbor
  • Image, Photograph, Photographic Print
  • Places, Town
  • 1898 c.
  • Southwest Harbor
“Another view of Main Street about the turn of the century.” The building on the right is J.C. Ralph's Studio - Optician and Jeweler - and the Post Office. The photograph shows a man standing in the door of the Post Office. Note the street lamp in front of Ralph's Studio. Several carriages can be seen in the photograph, including one from Birch Tree Farm in Lamoine, Maine. Clark Point Road goes off to the left. The building with the overhang beyond it on the left side is the Odd Fellows building.
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“Another view of Main Street about the turn of the century.” The building on the right is J.C. Ralph's Studio - Optician and Jeweler - and the Post Office. The photograph shows a man standing in the door of the Post Office. Note the street lamp in front of Ralph's Studio. Several carriages can be seen in the photograph, including one from Birch Tree Farm in Lamoine, Maine. Clark Point Road goes off to the left. The building with the overhang beyond it on the left side is the Odd Fellows building. [show more]
16090Winter Scene at Hall Quarry, Me
  • Image, Photograph, Picture Postcard
  • Places, Town
  • Mount Desert, Hall Quarry
16130Southwest Harbor, Maine. Main Street Looking South.
  • Image, Photograph, Picture Postcard
  • Places, Town
  • Southwest Harbor
16122Atlantic, Me. Golden Gate.
  • Image, Photograph, Picture Postcard
  • Places, Town
  • A.J. Huston, Rockland, Me.
  • 1909-10-21
  • Swans Island
Mailed to: Mrs. Clara Philips, Southwest Harbor, Maine. Signed: Vira Joyce
Description:
Mailed to: Mrs. Clara Philips, Southwest Harbor, Maine. Signed: Vira Joyce
16124Northeast Harbor from Flying Mt., Southwest Harbor, Maine.
  • Image, Photograph, Picture Postcard, Real Photo
  • Places, Landscape
  • Places, Town
  • Anchor Light Studio
  • 1940-06-18
  • Southwest Harbor
Mailed to: Mr. Hesley Reed Yacht Trade Winds, Marster’s Dock, New London, Conn. Text reads: “Dear Father, I have the wood all split and piled up. Donald has been riding my bike but it is a little to big for him. I have been working for Mrs. Scott today. Your son, Wesley”
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Mailed to: Mr. Hesley Reed Yacht Trade Winds, Marster’s Dock, New London, Conn. Text reads: “Dear Father, I have the wood all split and piled up. Donald has been riding my bike but it is a little to big for him. I have been working for Mrs. Scott today. Your son, Wesley”
16116Seal Harbor, Maine. Main Street and Post Office.
  • Image, Photograph, Picture Postcard
  • Places, Road
  • Places, Town
  • Structures, Civic, Public, Post Office
  • The Hugh C. Leighton Company, Portland, Maine
  • 1911
  • Mount Desert, Seal Harbor
Mailed to: Mrs. Emily Haynes Manset, Maine
Description:
Mailed to: Mrs. Emily Haynes Manset, Maine
16076Looking down Bass Harbor, McKinley, Maine
  • Image, Photograph, Picture Postcard
  • Places, Town
  • The Hugh C. Leighton Company, Portland, Maine
  • 1908-06-11
  • Tremont, Bass Harbor, McKinley
Mailed to: Miss Lottie King, Manset, Me.
Description:
Mailed to: Miss Lottie King, Manset, Me.
16088Outer Long Island, off Mt. Desert, Me.
  • Image, Photograph, Picture Postcard
  • Places, Island
  • Places, Town
  • C.E. Cook, Bangor, Maine
  • Frenchboro
11134Clark Point Road with a View of Manset
  • Image, Photograph, Picture Postcard
  • Places, Shore
  • Places, Town
  • D. L. Mayo's Cash Store
  • Southwest Harbor
12500Pickering Square, Bangor, Maine
  • Image, Photograph, Picture Postcard
  • Places, Town
  • The Hugh C. Leighton Company, Portland, Maine
  • 1907 PM
  • Bangor ME
Printed in Germany
Description:
Printed in Germany
12915Pickering Square
  • Reference
  • Places, Town
  • Bangor ME
Pickering Square is bordered by Water Street and Merchants Plaza in downtown Bangor between Main Street and the Kenduskeag Stream. Now succumbed to urban renewal, historically it was the site of an open air market.
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Pickering Square is bordered by Water Street and Merchants Plaza in downtown Bangor between Main Street and the Kenduskeag Stream. Now succumbed to urban renewal, historically it was the site of an open air market.
5659Main Street from Cottage Street - View of the Bradley Block and the Rodick Hotel - Bar Harbor
  • Image, Photograph
  • Places, Town
  • Structures, Commercial, Lodging, Hotel
  • Bradley - Bryant Bradley (1838-1890)
  • 1870 c.
  • Bar Harbor
The wood building at the left is the Bradley Block which was located between the First National and Bar Harbor Banks of 2007. Just visible on the awning is a mortar and pestle sign for a druggist. The building just to the right of the white store is A.W. Bee, Stationer. The large hotel at right was the Rodick House. The freshly renovated Rodick House is garnished with new trees planted and braced on the lawn. There are board sidewalks at the edge of the dirt road which, in turn, is garnished with manure from the many carriage horses shown in the picture. The sign at front lefts says, "Berry Bros. - Boarding Hack and Livery Stable - Cottage Street - Single & Double Teams Furnished Short Notice" The sign at front right says, "Café - John Dean - Phila Caterer - Chicken Croquettes - Medicated (?) Chicken Consomme"
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The wood building at the left is the Bradley Block which was located between the First National and Bar Harbor Banks of 2007. Just visible on the awning is a mortar and pestle sign for a druggist. The building just to the right of the white store is A.W. Bee, Stationer. The large hotel at right was the Rodick House. The freshly renovated Rodick House is garnished with new trees planted and braced on the lawn. There are board sidewalks at the edge of the dirt road which, in turn, is garnished with manure from the many carriage horses shown in the picture. The sign at front lefts says, "Berry Bros. - Boarding Hack and Livery Stable - Cottage Street - Single & Double Teams Furnished Short Notice" The sign at front right says, "Café - John Dean - Phila Caterer - Chicken Croquettes - Medicated (?) Chicken Consomme" [show more]
5533Main Street Looking North
Southwest Harbor School House with Bell tower on the left.
  • Image, Photograph
  • Businesses, Store Business
  • Places, Town
  • 1896 c.
  • Southwest Harbor
Clark Point Road goes off to the right in the foreground. The Left side of Main Street: J.C. Ralph's Studio is the first whole building visible on the left. One of the old street lights and the wall of the Southwest Harbor Public Library are visible on the far side of the Ralph building. The Right Side of Main Street: The "fountain" sitting in the road in just about at the corner of Clark Point Road, is a horse watering fountain. The white two-story building with the belfry was Southwest Harbor’s first high school before the building was turned ninety degrees and moved to become the Harmon Block at 337 Main Street. Gilley Plumbing, later the Gilley Plumbing Company, is visible beyond the school building.
Main Street Looking North
Southwest Harbor School House with Bell tower on the left.
Description:
Clark Point Road goes off to the right in the foreground. The Left side of Main Street: J.C. Ralph's Studio is the first whole building visible on the left. One of the old street lights and the wall of the Southwest Harbor Public Library are visible on the far side of the Ralph building. The Right Side of Main Street: The "fountain" sitting in the road in just about at the corner of Clark Point Road, is a horse watering fountain. The white two-story building with the belfry was Southwest Harbor’s first high school before the building was turned ninety degrees and moved to become the Harmon Block at 337 Main Street. Gilley Plumbing, later the Gilley Plumbing Company, is visible beyond the school building. [show more]
5680Main Street Looking North - Southwest Harbor
  • Image, Photograph, Picture Postcard, Real Photo
  • Places, Town
  • 1908 c.
  • Southwest Harbor
  • Main Street
Buildings on the Left: The J.C. Ralph Building is the first structure. One of the old street lights and the Southwest Harbor Public Library wall are visible beyond the Ralph building. The building after the library property is the Freeman J. Lurvey building - now 334 Main Street. Buildings on the Right: The rustic porch of the later demolished Elisha Crane House is visible on corner of Clark Point Road. The sign for what is now Clark Point Road refers to Steamboat Wharf, which is now part of the US Coast Guard property at the end of Clark Point Road. The horse drinking fountain is in the street in front of it. The Southwest Harbor School House as Harmon Block is the large white block-like building. The bell tower on the old Freeman Grammar School, now Harbor House, can be seen behind the Harmon Block. The small building at the far right was the George Gilley plumbing shop (later The Gilley Plumbing Company) at what is now 315 Main Street.
Description:
Buildings on the Left: The J.C. Ralph Building is the first structure. One of the old street lights and the Southwest Harbor Public Library wall are visible beyond the Ralph building. The building after the library property is the Freeman J. Lurvey building - now 334 Main Street. Buildings on the Right: The rustic porch of the later demolished Elisha Crane House is visible on corner of Clark Point Road. The sign for what is now Clark Point Road refers to Steamboat Wharf, which is now part of the US Coast Guard property at the end of Clark Point Road. The horse drinking fountain is in the street in front of it. The Southwest Harbor School House as Harmon Block is the large white block-like building. The bell tower on the old Freeman Grammar School, now Harbor House, can be seen behind the Harmon Block. The small building at the far right was the George Gilley plumbing shop (later The Gilley Plumbing Company) at what is now 315 Main Street. [show more]
6565McMullen Avenue, McKinley, Maine
  • Image, Photograph
  • Places, Town
  • Structures, Dwellings, House
  • Tremont, Bass Harbor, McKinley
Buildings - Left to Right: Unknown darker house behind a small tree Francis McMullin Sr. House (the large white house behind a tree) Dora E. Torrey House - 14 McMullen Avenue H.G. Reed Store - Harbor Avenue (Route 102 A) at the corner of McMullen Avenue
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Buildings - Left to Right: Unknown darker house behind a small tree Francis McMullin Sr. House (the large white house behind a tree) Dora E. Torrey House - 14 McMullen Avenue H.G. Reed Store - Harbor Avenue (Route 102 A) at the corner of McMullen Avenue
8226Street at Rocky Neck
  • Image, Photograph, Photographic Print, Albumen Print
  • Places, Town
  • Rand - Henry Lathrop Rand (1862-1945)
  • 1892-05-30
  • Gloucester MA
9394Main Street Looking South
  • Image, Photograph, Photographic Print, Albumen Print
  • Places, Town
  • Southwest Harbor
5126Two Men at J.C. Ralph's Studio & Post Office
  • Image, Photograph
  • Places, Town
  • Structures, Commercial, Store
  • 1898 c.
  • Southwest Harbor
There are several street lamps visible in the photograph - the one on the right is different from the others. The lamp post on the left is at the corner of Clark Point Road. The building with the overhang beyond it is the Odd Fellows building. The building on the right is J.C. Ralph's Studio - Optician and Jeweler - and the Post Office. A man is standing in the door of the Post Office and a man standing in front of Ralph's Studio. The photograph was taken soon after John Ralph moved his store and expanded it. “In 1897, the different societies in the village combined to raise funds for street lights. The lamps were bought and placed near those houses whose owners were willing to furnish the kerosene and keep the lamps trimmed and lighted. These lamps did duty until the installation of electricity in the summer of 1917.” - “Traditions and Records of Southwest Harbor and Somesville, Mount Desert Island, Maine” by Mrs. Seth S. Thornton, 1938, p. 124.
Description:
There are several street lamps visible in the photograph - the one on the right is different from the others. The lamp post on the left is at the corner of Clark Point Road. The building with the overhang beyond it is the Odd Fellows building. The building on the right is J.C. Ralph's Studio - Optician and Jeweler - and the Post Office. A man is standing in the door of the Post Office and a man standing in front of Ralph's Studio. The photograph was taken soon after John Ralph moved his store and expanded it. “In 1897, the different societies in the village combined to raise funds for street lights. The lamps were bought and placed near those houses whose owners were willing to furnish the kerosene and keep the lamps trimmed and lighted. These lamps did duty until the installation of electricity in the summer of 1917.” - “Traditions and Records of Southwest Harbor and Somesville, Mount Desert Island, Maine” by Mrs. Seth S. Thornton, 1938, p. 124. [show more]