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16260Two Unknown Men in front of J. L. Stanley Fishery Wharf
  • Image, Photograph, Negative, Film Negative
  • People
  • Structures, Transportation, Marine Landing, Wharf
  • Vessels, Boat
  • Southwest Harbor, Manset
  • 95 Shore Road
16259J. L. Stanley Fishery Wharf in Winter
  • Image, Photograph, Negative, Film Negative
  • Places, Shore
  • Structures, Transportation, Marine Landing, Wharf
  • Southwest Harbor, Manset
  • 95 Shore Road
16258Boats at J. L. Stanley Fishery Wharf
  • Image, Photograph
  • Structures, Transportation, Marine Landing, Wharf
  • Vessels, Boat
  • Southwest Harbor, Manset
  • 95 Shore Road
16254Child Playing in front of Stanley Wharf Ruins after Fire
  • Image, Photograph, Negative, Film Negative
  • People
  • Places, Harbor
  • Structures, Transportation, Marine Landing, Wharf
  • Southwest Harbor, Manset
  • Shore Road
16252Manset Shore and Stanley Wharf After the J. L. Stanley Wharf Fire
  • Image, Photograph, Negative, Film Negative
  • Places, Harbor
  • Places, Shore
  • Structures, Transportation, Marine Landing, Wharf
  • 1918 c.
  • Southwest Harbor, Manset
  • Shore Road
The wharf ruins after the fire from J.L. Stanley Wharf. View is from Shore Road. Clark Point is visible across the harbor. The fire occurred on 12/02/1918.
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The wharf ruins after the fire from J.L. Stanley Wharf. View is from Shore Road. Clark Point is visible across the harbor. The fire occurred on 12/02/1918.
16251W. H. Ward Store Before 1884
  • Image, Photograph, Photographic Print, Cyanotype
  • Businesses, Store Business
  • Places, Harbor
  • Structures, Transportation, Marine Landing, Wharf
  • Southwest Harbor, Manset
  • 55 Shore Road
The original William Henry Ward Store on the Manset shore. This photograph was taken before the expansion of the wharf by William H. Ward.
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The original William Henry Ward Store on the Manset shore. This photograph was taken before the expansion of the wharf by William H. Ward.
16250William H. Ward Sr. Approval for Wharf Extension by the Selectmen of Tremont
  • Document, Legal, Legal Documents
  • Businesses, Store Business
  • Structures, Transportation, Marine Landing, Wharf
  • The Selectmen of Tremont
  • 1884-09-29
"The Selectmen of the Town of Tremont, upon the application of William H. Ward of said Tremont for license to extend his wharf into the tide-waters of S.W. Harbor, within his limit of said Town, having given lawful notices of their meeting to examine the premises and give a hearing to all parties interested therein, and having met at this time and place appointed and for the purposes named in said notice, and having decided that the extension asked for would not be an obstruction to navigation nor an injury to the rights of others, in accordance with the Statutes of this State, do hereby issue this license unto the said William H. Ward authorizing him to extend his wharf into the tide-waters of said SouthWest Harbor; said extension not to exceed one hundred feet in width and three hundred feet in length, in a northeasterly direction from the pier now standing on said Ward's Shore, on the southwesterly side of said S.W. Harbor. Given under our hands at said Tremont this 29th of Sept. A. D. 1884" Signed: William Heath Perry W. Richardson Caleb H. Sawyer Selectmen of Tremont
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"The Selectmen of the Town of Tremont, upon the application of William H. Ward of said Tremont for license to extend his wharf into the tide-waters of S.W. Harbor, within his limit of said Town, having given lawful notices of their meeting to examine the premises and give a hearing to all parties interested therein, and having met at this time and place appointed and for the purposes named in said notice, and having decided that the extension asked for would not be an obstruction to navigation nor an injury to the rights of others, in accordance with the Statutes of this State, do hereby issue this license unto the said William H. Ward authorizing him to extend his wharf into the tide-waters of said SouthWest Harbor; said extension not to exceed one hundred feet in width and three hundred feet in length, in a northeasterly direction from the pier now standing on said Ward's Shore, on the southwesterly side of said S.W. Harbor. Given under our hands at said Tremont this 29th of Sept. A. D. 1884" Signed: William Heath Perry W. Richardson Caleb H. Sawyer Selectmen of Tremont [show more]
16249W. H. Ward Store & Wharf
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  • Businesses, Store Business
  • Structures, Transportation, Marine Landing, Wharf
  • Southwest Harbor, Manset
  • 55 Shore Road
5288Sightseeing Boat at Beal's Fish Wharf, Southwest Harbor
  • Image, Photograph
  • People
  • Structures, Transportation, Marine Landing, Wharf
  • Vessels, Boat, Lobster Boat
  • Ballard - Willis Humphreys Ballard (1906-1980)
  • 1938-06-14
  • Southwest Harbor
The John Lawson Stoddard Cottage - The Edward Wyatt Evans Cottage is visible on the opposite shore. Francis Milton Spurling (1896-1958) , in a white shirt, is standing on the lower dock next to his boat, "Trailaway," later Maddy Sue. "Trailaway" was built by Chester Eben Clement.
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The John Lawson Stoddard Cottage - The Edward Wyatt Evans Cottage is visible on the opposite shore. Francis Milton Spurling (1896-1958) , in a white shirt, is standing on the lower dock next to his boat, "Trailaway," later Maddy Sue. "Trailaway" was built by Chester Eben Clement.
15393Photographs of Beal's Fish Wharf
  • Image, Photograph
  • Structures, Transportation, Marine Landing, Wharf
  • Southwest Harbor
  • 182 Clark Point Road
Beals Lobster Wharf Photographs Above - Beals Lobster Wharf – probably new 1932-1935 construction Three Sisters with staysail? Other Images: 1 - 36’ Newman 5 - Town Dock – Bait truck backed over the edge 6 - Doug Sr. 8 - Sandy Sandra Jellison Sullivan and Rosie 9 - Left to right: Sandra Sullivan, Elmer Buzzy Beal, Harold Beal, Douggy Beal, Sam Beal, unknown man in back. 10 - Vessel MS4909W – Raymond Bunker boat? 11 - Crew 1996 – includes Patti Tinker, Danielle Pelletier, Rose Gray. Photographer: Robin Farrin 12 - Carlton Smith photograph 18 - Samuel Wayne Beal aka Sam (1945-2011) and Molly shoveling snow Winter 2000-2001 19 - August 1998 29 - Sam Beal and aftermath of the truck accident at the wharf. The green gray boat is the “The Lost Airman” belongs to Andy May Barge behind is the "Charles Bradley" Bass Harbor owned by Wilfred M. Minctons (1962-). Charles Bradley Construction Company barge Capt. "Wid" Minctons. He specializes in Marine Construction and repair. 30 - Phase I almost completed 31 - Phase I completed – view from Coast Guard side 32 - Phase I completed – Shows “The Gangplank” & Coast Guard housing 33 - Phase I completed – Shows “The Gangplank” & Coast Guard housing 34 - August 1998 – beginning Phase I 35 - Harbor side before remodel 36 - Phase I completed. Summer 2000 “A hole like a missing tooth. Buildings built in 1932-1935 are gone.” – Sam Beal 37 - Phase II - Beginning demolition 38 - Phase II - Beginning demolition 39 - Phase I completed – shows new harbor side landing 40 - Phase I – end completed – tearing up the wharf for the restaurant pavilion 41 - Winter 2000-2001 – remodel half done – looking toward Clark Point Road – new restaurant pavilion on left – old bldg on right 42 - Maggie Dalzell and Bud Higgins in the kitchen – c. 1983-1986 43 - Wendy Dolliver – Melissa and Don Walls – 1985 Wendy P. Dolliver (1967-) ? Donald W. Walls (1953-) ? Melissa Walls – daughter ? 44 - Beals Wharf – c. 1981 45 - Beals Wharf – c. 1981 46 - 715 lb Tuna, Caught July 29, 1955, Francis Fernald and son Jerry, Francis Griffen Fernald (1909-1999) ?Gerard F. Fernald (1937-) ? Photographer W.H. Ballard 47-51 - 1992 – Moving Captain’s Galley and other bldg 52-53 - 1992 – Extending and rebuilding the wharf 54 - 1997 – sent a trap to this child’s school class 55 - Harold Beal 56 - August 1972 58 - Mac Pettigrow, Thurman Berry on left, Buzz Beal in back 59 - Buzz Beal 60 - Thurman Berry 61 - Thurman Berry older 62 - Shirley Phippen 63 - Retail sales – September 1988 65 - 1977 – Remodel 66 - 1977 – Coast Guard side 1932-1935 building – ready for hot top 67 - 1977 – Remodel 1932-1935 building racks on rough are fish flake 68 - Sunday, August 1977 – Minutes after opening, 1932-1935 building rebuilt 69 - 1977 remodel 72 - Stephen Brooks - 1997 73 - Ronald Warren’s boats at float, Mike Gilley on ramp, Summer 1982 74 - Bookkeeper Helen 75 - Sam Beal 80 - Edward M. – Bass Harbor – Old Underwood factory? 81 - Medric at SW Boat – Hornet at end of dock, Buzz Beal in rowboat? 83 - Picking shrimp 84-87 - 1932-1935 building goes down Phase I Construction – end of dock – probably 1998 Phase II Construction – restaurant and sales area - 2002
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Beals Lobster Wharf Photographs Above - Beals Lobster Wharf – probably new 1932-1935 construction Three Sisters with staysail? Other Images: 1 - 36’ Newman 5 - Town Dock – Bait truck backed over the edge 6 - Doug Sr. 8 - Sandy Sandra Jellison Sullivan and Rosie 9 - Left to right: Sandra Sullivan, Elmer Buzzy Beal, Harold Beal, Douggy Beal, Sam Beal, unknown man in back. 10 - Vessel MS4909W – Raymond Bunker boat? 11 - Crew 1996 – includes Patti Tinker, Danielle Pelletier, Rose Gray. Photographer: Robin Farrin 12 - Carlton Smith photograph 18 - Samuel Wayne Beal aka Sam (1945-2011) and Molly shoveling snow Winter 2000-2001 19 - August 1998 29 - Sam Beal and aftermath of the truck accident at the wharf. The green gray boat is the “The Lost Airman” belongs to Andy May Barge behind is the "Charles Bradley" Bass Harbor owned by Wilfred M. Minctons (1962-). Charles Bradley Construction Company barge Capt. "Wid" Minctons. He specializes in Marine Construction and repair. 30 - Phase I almost completed 31 - Phase I completed – view from Coast Guard side 32 - Phase I completed – Shows “The Gangplank” & Coast Guard housing 33 - Phase I completed – Shows “The Gangplank” & Coast Guard housing 34 - August 1998 – beginning Phase I 35 - Harbor side before remodel 36 - Phase I completed. Summer 2000 “A hole like a missing tooth. Buildings built in 1932-1935 are gone.” – Sam Beal 37 - Phase II - Beginning demolition 38 - Phase II - Beginning demolition 39 - Phase I completed – shows new harbor side landing 40 - Phase I – end completed – tearing up the wharf for the restaurant pavilion 41 - Winter 2000-2001 – remodel half done – looking toward Clark Point Road – new restaurant pavilion on left – old bldg on right 42 - Maggie Dalzell and Bud Higgins in the kitchen – c. 1983-1986 43 - Wendy Dolliver – Melissa and Don Walls – 1985 Wendy P. Dolliver (1967-) ? Donald W. Walls (1953-) ? Melissa Walls – daughter ? 44 - Beals Wharf – c. 1981 45 - Beals Wharf – c. 1981 46 - 715 lb Tuna, Caught July 29, 1955, Francis Fernald and son Jerry, Francis Griffen Fernald (1909-1999) ?Gerard F. Fernald (1937-) ? Photographer W.H. Ballard 47-51 - 1992 – Moving Captain’s Galley and other bldg 52-53 - 1992 – Extending and rebuilding the wharf 54 - 1997 – sent a trap to this child’s school class 55 - Harold Beal 56 - August 1972 58 - Mac Pettigrow, Thurman Berry on left, Buzz Beal in back 59 - Buzz Beal 60 - Thurman Berry 61 - Thurman Berry older 62 - Shirley Phippen 63 - Retail sales – September 1988 65 - 1977 – Remodel 66 - 1977 – Coast Guard side 1932-1935 building – ready for hot top 67 - 1977 – Remodel 1932-1935 building racks on rough are fish flake 68 - Sunday, August 1977 – Minutes after opening, 1932-1935 building rebuilt 69 - 1977 remodel 72 - Stephen Brooks - 1997 73 - Ronald Warren’s boats at float, Mike Gilley on ramp, Summer 1982 74 - Bookkeeper Helen 75 - Sam Beal 80 - Edward M. – Bass Harbor – Old Underwood factory? 81 - Medric at SW Boat – Hornet at end of dock, Buzz Beal in rowboat? 83 - Picking shrimp 84-87 - 1932-1935 building goes down Phase I Construction – end of dock – probably 1998 Phase II Construction – restaurant and sales area - 2002 [show more]
13415Harding's Wharf
  • Reference
  • Businesses, Transportation Business
  • Structures, Transportation, Marine Landing, Wharf
  • Tremont, Bernard
  • 30 Steamboat Wharf Road
6009Letter to the Southwest Harbor Public Library from Charles Morris Young
  • Document, Correspondence, Letter
  • Structures, Transportation, Marine Landing, Wharf
  • Young - Charles Morris Young (1869-1964)
  • 1963-12-16
The letter reads: Dec. 16th, 1963 To, Lawrence Phillips, Southwest Harbor. To answer your letter Oct 18th saying in view of my painting "Clark's Wharf," which I loaned to the library for many years! I have recently got an appraisal of this painting although he has not seen this particular canvas, he has handled my pictures and sold many and therefore knows what they will bring - and names the value of the painting "Clarks Wharf" so I have decided to present the canvas to the Southwest Harbor Library - and take a chance of getting an allowance on my income tax. Simply have the Library write saying they would like to have it, and that the library is a public institution and a non profit one; I would have to get the letter before Jan 1st 1964 to get a benefit on my income tax. With cordial remembrances, Chas Morris Young "95th" year. Box 74, Radnor Pa
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The letter reads: Dec. 16th, 1963 To, Lawrence Phillips, Southwest Harbor. To answer your letter Oct 18th saying in view of my painting "Clark's Wharf," which I loaned to the library for many years! I have recently got an appraisal of this painting although he has not seen this particular canvas, he has handled my pictures and sold many and therefore knows what they will bring - and names the value of the painting "Clarks Wharf" so I have decided to present the canvas to the Southwest Harbor Library - and take a chance of getting an allowance on my income tax. Simply have the Library write saying they would like to have it, and that the library is a public institution and a non profit one; I would have to get the letter before Jan 1st 1964 to get a benefit on my income tax. With cordial remembrances, Chas Morris Young "95th" year. Box 74, Radnor Pa [show more]
6007Letter to the Southwest Harbor Public Library from Charles Morris Young
  • Document, Correspondence, Letter
  • Structures, Transportation, Marine Landing, Wharf
  • Young - Charles Morris Young (1869-1964)
  • 1948-11-27
On letterhead printed with "Hares Lane Radnor Pennsylvania", the letter reads: Nov 27th 1948 To the Southwest Harbor Library Southwest Harbor, Me, I believe you have a painting of the old Clark Wharf which I loaned to the library years ago. This painting is still my property and I have [illegible] decided to present to the library [?] permanent possession. I only ask['ed' struck out] it be treated with respect and not sold or bartered. Painting of this size and character of mine have sold around $2500.00 and I consider this a good example of my work. If the Library committee decides to accept it for its permanent collection I would like a formal acknowledgement Very sincerely yours, Chas. Morris Young I would suggest that the painting be cleaned with a little ivory soap and cold water this will not harm it. Very likely the frame would be improved by regilding with a coat of regular gold paint or powder. C.M.Y.
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On letterhead printed with "Hares Lane Radnor Pennsylvania", the letter reads: Nov 27th 1948 To the Southwest Harbor Library Southwest Harbor, Me, I believe you have a painting of the old Clark Wharf which I loaned to the library years ago. This painting is still my property and I have [illegible] decided to present to the library [?] permanent possession. I only ask['ed' struck out] it be treated with respect and not sold or bartered. Painting of this size and character of mine have sold around $2500.00 and I consider this a good example of my work. If the Library committee decides to accept it for its permanent collection I would like a formal acknowledgement Very sincerely yours, Chas. Morris Young I would suggest that the painting be cleaned with a little ivory soap and cold water this will not harm it. Very likely the frame would be improved by regilding with a coat of regular gold paint or powder. C.M.Y. [show more]
11135James Parker's Wharf
  • Image, Photograph
  • Structures, Transportation, Marine Landing, Wharf
  • Southwest Harbor, Manset
13527James Parker's Wharf
  • Reference
  • Businesses, Fishery Business
  • Structures, Transportation, Marine Landing, Wharf
  • Southwest Harbor, Manset
  • 127 Shore Road
3592Freeman's Wharf
Farnsworth Fish Factory
  • Reference
  • Businesses, Cannery Business
  • Structures, Transportation, Marine Landing, Wharf
  • Southwest Harbor
Built by John T.R. Freeman around 1885. The wharf was occupied by several canning businesses at various times
Freeman's Wharf
Farnsworth Fish Factory
Description:
Built by John T.R. Freeman around 1885. The wharf was occupied by several canning businesses at various times
13653A.E. Parker Wharf and Boat Shop
  • Reference
  • Businesses, Boatbuilding Business
  • Structures, Transportation, Marine Landing, Wharf
  • Southwest Harbor
  • 168 Clark Point Road
5393Robinson-Lawler Wharf and View of Freeman House Hotel
  • Image, Photograph, Photographic Print, Albumen Print
  • Places, Shore
  • Structures, Commercial, Lodging, Hotel
  • Structures, Transportation, Marine Landing, Wharf
  • Rand - Henry Lathrop Rand (1862-1945)
  • 1892-08-10
11919George Benjamin Dolliver Aboard His No-Name Wesley Bracy Boat at Beal's Fish Wharf
  • Image, Photograph
  • People
  • Structures, Transportation, Marine Landing, Wharf
  • Vessels, Commercial Fishing Vessel, Net Fishing Vessel, Dragger
  • Ballard - Willis Humphreys Ballard (1906-1980)
  • 1946
  • Southwest Harbor
George Benjamin Dolliver is in the center of the picture on the peaked hood lobster boat with a stay sail originally built by Charles Wesley Bracy for his son Wesley. Large vessels at the Southwest Boat dock in the background - from Left to Right: "Hornet" - sardine carrier, dragger, seiner - built in 1944 "Grace M. Cribby" - 49.8' lobster smack - built in 1914 "Elva L. Beal" - dragger, purse seiner - built in 1945 Unknown vessel "Sandra & Jean" - dragger - built in 1945 The Ballard photograph was taken as a black and white photograph and hand -tinted by Willis or one of his family.
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George Benjamin Dolliver is in the center of the picture on the peaked hood lobster boat with a stay sail originally built by Charles Wesley Bracy for his son Wesley. Large vessels at the Southwest Boat dock in the background - from Left to Right: "Hornet" - sardine carrier, dragger, seiner - built in 1944 "Grace M. Cribby" - 49.8' lobster smack - built in 1914 "Elva L. Beal" - dragger, purse seiner - built in 1945 Unknown vessel "Sandra & Jean" - dragger - built in 1945 The Ballard photograph was taken as a black and white photograph and hand -tinted by Willis or one of his family. [show more]
8174Fishing Schooners at Gloucester Wharves
  • Image, Photograph, Photographic Print, Albumen Print
  • Structures, Transportation, Marine Landing, Wharf
  • Vessels, Ship, Sailing Ship, Schooner
  • Rand - Henry Lathrop Rand (1862-1945)
  • 1891-09-27
  • Gloucester MA
8453Ferry Wharf
  • Image, Photograph, Photographic Print, Albumen Print
  • Structures, Transportation, Marine Landing, Wharf
  • Rand - Henry Lathrop Rand (1862-1945)
  • 1895
  • Gloucester MA
5512Lewis Freeman Gott Launching Merry Wing in Bernard, Maine Circa 1903
  • Image, Photograph
  • Structures, Transportation, Marine Landing, Wharf
  • Vessels, Boat
  • Neal - George Arthur Neal (1872-1939)
  • 1900 c.
  • Tremont, Bernard
  • 11 Thurston Road
8666Little Cranberry Island - Islesford Dock
  • Image, Photograph, Photographic Print
  • Structures, Transportation, Marine Landing, Wharf
  • Vessels, Boat, Sailboat
  • Buckman - Emma Johns Buckman (1881-1968)
  • 1926 c.
  • Cranberry Isles, Little Cranberry Island, Islesford
6205Beal's Fish Wharf
  • Image, Photograph
  • Structures, Transportation, Marine Landing, Wharf
  • Vessels, Boat
  • Ballard - Willis Humphreys Ballard (1906-1980)
  • 1945 c.
  • Southwest Harbor
The boat in the foreground is a Cranberry Isles double ender. The dark boat behind with the canvas hood was built by Charles "Dud" Bracey on the Cranberry Isles. It was owned first by Wesley Bracey and then by George Dolliver.
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The boat in the foreground is a Cranberry Isles double ender. The dark boat behind with the canvas hood was built by Charles "Dud" Bracey on the Cranberry Isles. It was owned first by Wesley Bracey and then by George Dolliver.
7930Wharf with Gulls, Manset Shore
  • Image, Photograph
  • Structures, Transportation, Marine Landing, Wharf
  • 1942-07
  • Southwest Harbor, Manset