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12273The Hadlock Family at the Epps L. Hadlock HouseImage, PhotographPeople
Structures, Dwelling, House
1864 c.Southwest Harbor, Seawall314 Seawall Road
10751J.T.R. Freeman's House and Post OfficeImage, Art, Painting, WatercolorStructures, Dwelling, House1865 c. Southwest Harbor374 Main StreetThe white building with the staircase at the left of the watercolor is the building where John Richardson conducted his tailoring business with the Customs House on the second floor. The building in the center of the painting is part of the discarded South Norwood Cove school, presumably now J.T.R. Freeman's home. (It should be noted that what is now the village of Southwest Harbor used to be called South Norwood's Cove.) The little white building to the right would be the post office, probably with people playing croquet in front of it.
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The white building with the staircase at the left of the watercolor is the building where John Richardson conducted his tailoring business with the Customs House on the second floor. The building in the center of the painting is part of the discarded South Norwood Cove school, presumably now J.T.R. Freeman's home. (It should be noted that what is now the village of Southwest Harbor used to be called South Norwood's Cove.) The little white building to the right would be the post office, probably with people playing croquet in front of it. [show more]
5880William H. Benson House - Dr. Elias Craig Neal HouseImage, PhotographStructures, Dwelling, HouseNeal - George Arthur Neal (1872-1939)1867 c. Tremont, Bernard116 Bernard Road
12309The William Lynam Homestead at Schooner Head, Eden, MaineImage, Photograph, Print, StereographStructures, Dwelling, HouseHeywood - John D. HeywoodThe American Stereoscopic Co.1870 c.Bar Harbor, EdenMost likely by Heywood and published by The American Stereoscopic Co.
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Most likely by Heywood and published by The American Stereoscopic Co.
12519The Seth Higgins Clark House and Barn, Southwest Harbor, MaineImage, Photograph, Print, StereographStructures, Dwelling, HouseKilburn - Benjamin West Kilburn (1827-1909)B.W. Kilburn, Littleton, N.H.1876 c.Southwest Harbor4 Cutler RoadProbably looking from the top of one of the hotels to the water. Stereograph Date - c. 1876 Size - 7” x 3.5” Media - sepia photograph Title - Southwest Harbor, Mt. Desert, Me. Photographer - Benjamin West Kilburn (1827-1909) Publisher - B.W. Kilburn, Littleton, N.H. Number - 20400
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Probably looking from the top of one of the hotels to the water. Stereograph Date - c. 1876 Size - 7” x 3.5” Media - sepia photograph Title - Southwest Harbor, Mt. Desert, Me. Photographer - Benjamin West Kilburn (1827-1909) Publisher - B.W. Kilburn, Littleton, N.H. Number - 20400
10966Samuel Watson Herrick at His Store and Custom HouseImage, PhotographStructures, Dwelling, House1884 c. Southwest Harbor3 High RoadEarl Gott's house has had a varied history. It was begun on the Fernald Point Road, west of the Country Club house by Benjamin Gilley. His wife died before it was completed and he sold the house to Frank Higgins. Mr. Higgins never finished it and in 1883 he sold it to S. W. Herrick, who moved it to the junction of the Clark Point and High Roads and used it as a store for thirty-five years or more. After Mr. Herrick's death, his daughter sold the building to Earll Gott who moved it to his lot on the High Road where he occupies it as a home, having entirely remodeled and improved it.
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Earl Gott's house has had a varied history. It was begun on the Fernald Point Road, west of the Country Club house by Benjamin Gilley. His wife died before it was completed and he sold the house to Frank Higgins. Mr. Higgins never finished it and in 1883 he sold it to S. W. Herrick, who moved it to the junction of the Clark Point and High Roads and used it as a store for thirty-five years or more. After Mr. Herrick's death, his daughter sold the building to Earll Gott who moved it to his lot on the High Road where he occupies it as a home, having entirely remodeled and improved it. [show more]
12345Jane Augusta Jennie (Lathrop) Rand, Mrs. Edward Sprague Rand's New HouseImage, Art, DrawingStructures, Dwelling, HouseKelley - James Templeton Kelley (1855-1929)1886Cambridge49 Kirkland Street
6192Octavia Fifield Millinery, Bernard, Maine - I - Between 1887 and 1896Image, PhotographBusinesses, Shop
Structures, Dwelling, House
Neal - George Arthur Neal (1872-1939)1887 c. Tremont, Bernard94 Bernard Road
5643Anna Holden Payson Bee - Mrs. Albert Wilson Bee and ChildrenImage, PhotographPeople
Structures, Dwelling, House
Bradley - Bryant Bradley (1838-1890)1887 c.Southwest Harbor3 Claremont RoadMrs. Bee and her children have walked from their nearby cottage on the back shore, Sleepy Hollow By-the-Sound, and have paused to view the harbor in front of the Nathan Clark II House.
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Mrs. Bee and her children have walked from their nearby cottage on the back shore, Sleepy Hollow By-the-Sound, and have paused to view the harbor in front of the Nathan Clark II House.
6249Octavia Fifield Millinery, Bernard, Maine - II - Between 1887 and 1896Image, PhotographBusinesses, Shop
Structures, Dwelling, House
Neal - George Arthur Neal (1872-1939)1887 c. Tremont, Bernard
129351887 Scientific American Plans for a Residence in Kansas City, MissouriReferenceStructures, Dwelling, House1887-07The plans of a house designed by James W. Bryan were shown in Scientific American – Architects and Builders Edition (1887). Item 6990 shows the plans as being for "A Residence in Kansas City, MO"
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The plans of a house designed by James W. Bryan were shown in Scientific American – Architects and Builders Edition (1887). Item 6990 shows the plans as being for "A Residence in Kansas City, MO"
6756John Melbourne Rich House III - Original House Plans Image, Projection, Plan, FloorStructures, Dwelling, HouseGeorge Palliser, Palliser, Palliser & Co.Penn State University Press, 2000, p.97-110.1888TremontJohn Melbourne Rich took the design for his new house in Tremont from Design 24 in the 1888 version of Palliser's "New Cottage Homes and Details." The Pallisers showed two versions of Design 24. One, a modest house without a tower, and one, a showpiece with tower that could be built for a "cost of $1,700." For this amount one received, "plans, elevations, details and perspective view of a comfortable, convenient cottage home of six rooms, with tower which is designed to command a view of the surrounding country where erected." John Melbourne Rich chose the showy tower version with which to command a view of Tremont. He probably did not pay $1,700 for the plans, being an experienced builder, perfectly capable of building what he wanted by looking at the plans in the prospectus. John Melbourne Rich built his house in 1896. "John Rich [1853-1919] whose house was burnt a short time ago near Duck Cove, has bought a house-lot near the bridge on the west side [of Bass Harbor] and will build this fall. He is digging the cellar now." - The Ellsworth American, September 10, 1896.
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John Melbourne Rich took the design for his new house in Tremont from Design 24 in the 1888 version of Palliser's "New Cottage Homes and Details." The Pallisers showed two versions of Design 24. One, a modest house without a tower, and one, a showpiece with tower that could be built for a "cost of $1,700." For this amount one received, "plans, elevations, details and perspective view of a comfortable, convenient cottage home of six rooms, with tower which is designed to command a view of the surrounding country where erected." John Melbourne Rich chose the showy tower version with which to command a view of Tremont. He probably did not pay $1,700 for the plans, being an experienced builder, perfectly capable of building what he wanted by looking at the plans in the prospectus. John Melbourne Rich built his house in 1896. "John Rich [1853-1919] whose house was burnt a short time ago near Duck Cove, has bought a house-lot near the bridge on the west side [of Bass Harbor] and will build this fall. He is digging the cellar now." - The Ellsworth American, September 10, 1896. [show more]
5879Grading the Dirt Road in front of the Benson House - The Home of Dr. Elias C. Neal, Tremont, Maine - After 1888Image, PhotographStructures, Dwelling, House
Animals
Neal - George Arthur Neal (1872-1939)1888 afterTremont, BernardThe sign beside the front door says, "Elias C. Neal, M.D." Two men and four horses are shown grading the dirt road in front of the house. The end of a board sidewalk is just visible on the right.
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The sign beside the front door says, "Elias C. Neal, M.D." Two men and four horses are shown grading the dirt road in front of the house. The end of a board sidewalk is just visible on the right.
5906The Mountain House - Jacob and Rebecca Carroll and their Children, Southwest HarborImage, Photograph, PrintPeople
Structures, Dwelling, House
Pepper - Charles H. Pepper Jr. (1866-1889)1888-07-15Southwest HarborThe only known photograph of Jacob and Rebecca Carroll and their family. "July 18, 1888…Pepper came up here [to the Mountain House] Sunday and took a picture of our family group…" - The Gertrude Whitmore Carroll Journal, Researched and Compiled by Ralph W. Stanley, p. 11 - 1888-1917. Left to right: Sarah Tenney Carroll (1880-1960) - later Mrs. Wilford Howard Kittredge Nell Rebecca Carroll (1871-1958) - later Mrs. Seth Sprague Thornton Father - Jacob William Carroll - seated (1830-1899) William Lloyd Carroll - on Jacob's lap (1884-1971) - later married Margaret Ellen McManus Grace Clark Carroll (1882-1949) - later Mrs. Roderick Pepper Clark Gertrude Whitmore Carroll (1873-1917) John Carroll (1875-1964) - later married Viola Benson Tracy Fannie "Fan" Edith Carroll (1874-1890) Alice Carroll (1879-1964) - later Mrs. Fred Eaton Young Katherine "Kate" Carroll (1877-?) - later Mrs. George Edwin Bacon Mother - Rebecca Whitmore Lurvey Carroll - seated (1844-1916) Anna Beatrice Carroll - on Rebecca's lap (1887-1974) - later Mrs. Carl Edward Kelley Enoch "Ene" Edwin Lurvey - seated (1868-1929) - later married Lena E. Bridges Enoch Edwin Lurvey was the son of Rebecca Whitmore Lurvey Carroll and her first husband, Enoch Lurvey Jr.
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The only known photograph of Jacob and Rebecca Carroll and their family. "July 18, 1888…Pepper came up here [to the Mountain House] Sunday and took a picture of our family group…" - The Gertrude Whitmore Carroll Journal, Researched and Compiled by Ralph W. Stanley, p. 11 - 1888-1917. Left to right: Sarah Tenney Carroll (1880-1960) - later Mrs. Wilford Howard Kittredge Nell Rebecca Carroll (1871-1958) - later Mrs. Seth Sprague Thornton Father - Jacob William Carroll - seated (1830-1899) William Lloyd Carroll - on Jacob's lap (1884-1971) - later married Margaret Ellen McManus Grace Clark Carroll (1882-1949) - later Mrs. Roderick Pepper Clark Gertrude Whitmore Carroll (1873-1917) John Carroll (1875-1964) - later married Viola Benson Tracy Fannie "Fan" Edith Carroll (1874-1890) Alice Carroll (1879-1964) - later Mrs. Fred Eaton Young Katherine "Kate" Carroll (1877-?) - later Mrs. George Edwin Bacon Mother - Rebecca Whitmore Lurvey Carroll - seated (1844-1916) Anna Beatrice Carroll - on Rebecca's lap (1887-1974) - later Mrs. Carl Edward Kelley Enoch "Ene" Edwin Lurvey - seated (1868-1929) - later married Lena E. Bridges Enoch Edwin Lurvey was the son of Rebecca Whitmore Lurvey Carroll and her first husband, Enoch Lurvey Jr. [show more]
8968William Holden and Lucy Ella (Lawler) WhitmoreImage, PhotographPeople
Structures, Dwelling, House
1889 c.Southwest Harbor30 Bass Harbor RoadLeft to Right: John Lawler Whitmore (1879-1933) William Holden Whitmore (1847-1914) James F. Whitmore (1875-1951) Lucy Ella (Lawler) Whitmore (1849-1934) - Mrs. William Holden Whitmore Mary S. Whitmore (1888-1923) - on Lucy's lap Gladys Ella Whitmore (1887-1977) Elizabeth R. Whitmore (1878-1949) - Later Mrs. Everett George Stanley
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Left to Right: John Lawler Whitmore (1879-1933) William Holden Whitmore (1847-1914) James F. Whitmore (1875-1951) Lucy Ella (Lawler) Whitmore (1849-1934) - Mrs. William Holden Whitmore Mary S. Whitmore (1888-1923) - on Lucy's lap Gladys Ella Whitmore (1887-1977) Elizabeth R. Whitmore (1878-1949) - Later Mrs. Everett George Stanley
533949 Kirkland Street, Cambridge, Massachusetts in the SnowImage, Photograph, Print, AlbumenStructures, Dwelling, HouseRand - Henry Lathrop Rand (1862-1945)1890Cambridge"The house on the left was the Eben Francis house at 43 Kirkland Street on the corner of Francis Avenue. The center house was the home of Jane Augusta “Jennie” Lathrop at 49 Kirkland Street. The house seen behind Jennie's house was the Helen L. Brooks house at 6 Francis Avenue.
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"The house on the left was the Eben Francis house at 43 Kirkland Street on the corner of Francis Avenue. The center house was the home of Jane Augusta “Jennie” Lathrop at 49 Kirkland Street. The house seen behind Jennie's house was the Helen L. Brooks house at 6 Francis Avenue.
5789Jane Augusta "Jennie" (Lathrop) Rand's HomeImage, Photograph, Print, AlbumenStructures, Dwelling, HouseRand - Henry Lathrop Rand (1862-1945)1890Cambridge49 Kirkland Street
7886The George Lewis Harmon House - "The Old Harmon House"Image, Photograph, Print, AlbumenStructures, Dwelling, HouseRand - Henry Lathrop Rand (1862-1945)1890Southwest Harbor
5275View from Henry Lathrop Rand's Window of the Clark Cottage (Island House Hotel) and William Gilman Parker HouseImage, Photograph, Print, AlbumenStructures, Dwelling, HouseRand - Henry Lathrop Rand (1862-1945)1890Southwest HarborThe house on the right was the Henry Parker House. The house on the left was the William Gilman Parker House.
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The house on the right was the Henry Parker House. The house on the left was the William Gilman Parker House.
5779Irving Street, Cambridge, MassachusettsImage, Photograph, Print, AlbumenStructures, Dwelling, HouseRand - Henry Lathrop Rand (1862-1945)1890Cambridge
5787Jane Augusta “Jennie” (Lathrop) Rand's House Northeast from Henry Lathrop Rand's BalconyImage, Photograph, Print, AlbumenStructures, Dwelling, HouseRand - Henry Lathrop Rand (1862-1945)1890Cambridge49 Kirkland Street
5788Jane Augusta “Jennie” (Lathrop) Rand's HouseImage, Photograph, Print, AlbumenStructures, Dwelling, HouseRand - Henry Lathrop Rand (1862-1945)1890Cambridge49 Kirkland Street
5791Jane Augusta “Jennie” (Lathrop) Rand's House in WinterImage, Photograph, Print, AlbumenStructures, Dwelling, HouseRand - Henry Lathrop Rand (1862-1945)1890Cambridge49 Kirkland Street
5319Nathan Clark Cottage "Three Chimneys"Image, Photograph, Print, AlbumenStructures, Dwelling, HouseRand - Henry Lathrop Rand (1862-1945)1890Southwest Harbor
5790Irving Street, Cambridge, Massachusetts - In the SnowImage, Photograph, Print, AlbumenStructures, Dwelling, HouseRand - Henry Lathrop Rand (1862-1945)1890Cambridge