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16295Lobster Boat Tucker Hyde off the Eastern Shore of Placentia Island
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  • Graham - David Graham
  • 2008-10
  • Frenchboro, Placentia Island
5288Sightseeing Boat at Beal's Fish Wharf, Southwest Harbor
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  • 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.
12632Part of a Stained Glass Panel Depicting Lobster Boat Wolfhound
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  • Grady - Ann Magdalene (Grady) Seavey
This is part of a stained glass panel made by Hot Flash Anny. There are four boats in the panel, three of them represent the three boat builders whose yards were around Southwest Harbor’s rim at the time: Tom & Tina Morris’ Morris Yachts, Hinckley Yachts and Ralph Stanley’s boat yard. The fourth boa, shown here, is Ann’s husband, Wendell Seavey’s lobster boat, "Gramps", originally the "Wolfhound", built by Ralph Stanley.
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This is part of a stained glass panel made by Hot Flash Anny. There are four boats in the panel, three of them represent the three boat builders whose yards were around Southwest Harbor’s rim at the time: Tom & Tina Morris’ Morris Yachts, Hinckley Yachts and Ralph Stanley’s boat yard. The fourth boa, shown here, is Ann’s husband, Wendell Seavey’s lobster boat, "Gramps", originally the "Wolfhound", built by Ralph Stanley. [show more]
12442Lobster Fishermen at Otter Cove, Acadia National Park
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  • Curt Teich Co., Chicago, Illinois
  • 1942
  • Acadia National Park
The men are fishing from spray hood boats equipped with hauling arms for their wooden traps. Otter Creek Cove with Cadillac Mountain in background on the left and Dorr Mountain on the right. The map shows the stone causeway in the picture.
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The men are fishing from spray hood boats equipped with hauling arms for their wooden traps. Otter Creek Cove with Cadillac Mountain in background on the left and Dorr Mountain on the right. The map shows the stone causeway in the picture.
15988Lorilynn - Lobster Boat
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Built As: Lorilynn Class: Lobster Boat Hull: Wood Designed By: Stanley - Ralph Warren Stanley (1929-) – “built on the same 34’ model as Wolfhound for Wendell Seavey and Russell Pettigrove’s boat” Build Date: 1966 Built by: Ralph W. Stanley Inc. Built at: Stanley 1st Shop - SWH – Main Street – 376 Built for: Bracy – Wesley “Junior” Peterson Bracy Jr. (1938-) Named for: Probably Junior’s wife: Lorraine R. (MacAllister) Bracy (1948-) and a daughter Lynn? Power: Built with 8 cyl. Buick engine – later – 1980s – Caterpillar Diesel Length: 35’
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Built As: Lorilynn Class: Lobster Boat Hull: Wood Designed By: Stanley - Ralph Warren Stanley (1929-) – “built on the same 34’ model as Wolfhound for Wendell Seavey and Russell Pettigrove’s boat” Build Date: 1966 Built by: Ralph W. Stanley Inc. Built at: Stanley 1st Shop - SWH – Main Street – 376 Built for: Bracy – Wesley “Junior” Peterson Bracy Jr. (1938-) Named for: Probably Junior’s wife: Lorraine R. (MacAllister) Bracy (1948-) and a daughter Lynn? Power: Built with 8 cyl. Buick engine – later – 1980s – Caterpillar Diesel Length: 35’ [show more]
15974Hobo - Lobster Boat
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15954Bette S. - Lobster Boat
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14895Wolfhound - Lobster Boat
Gramps - Lobster Boat
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Ralph built this 34' lobster boat, “Wolfhound”, later renamed “Gramps”, for Wendell Sherbon Seavey in his first boat shop at his father's house on Main Street.
Wolfhound - Lobster Boat
Gramps - Lobster Boat
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Ralph built this 34' lobster boat, “Wolfhound”, later renamed “Gramps”, for Wendell Sherbon Seavey in his first boat shop at his father's house on Main Street.
14001Skipper - Lobster Style Cabin Launch
Annie T. - Lobster Style Cabin Launch
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Ralph Warren Stanley built this 26' pleasure boat for Patricia Agnes (Geyelin) Godfrey, Mrs. Lincoln Godfrey III, who summered in Northeast Harbor, in his 1st shop at 376 Main Street, Southwest Harbor. The boat was later sold to Peter Forbes and renamed the “Annie T.” Ralph’s father-in-law, Henry Lewis Linscott (1907-1992) worked with Ralph on the boat.
Skipper - Lobster Style Cabin Launch
Annie T. - Lobster Style Cabin Launch
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Ralph Warren Stanley built this 26' pleasure boat for Patricia Agnes (Geyelin) Godfrey, Mrs. Lincoln Godfrey III, who summered in Northeast Harbor, in his 1st shop at 376 Main Street, Southwest Harbor. The boat was later sold to Peter Forbes and renamed the “Annie T.” Ralph’s father-in-law, Henry Lewis Linscott (1907-1992) worked with Ralph on the boat.
13253Seven Girls - Lobster Boat
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13906Nancy & Ricky - Lobster Boat
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Nancy & Ricky was the last boat built in the shop at Ralph’s great grandfather Adoniram Judson Robinson’s house.
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Nancy & Ricky was the last boat built in the shop at Ralph’s great grandfather Adoniram Judson Robinson’s house.
13904Miss Julie - Lobster Boat
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Ralph Stanley built the 38’ lobster boat, “Miss Julie” for Robert P. Stevens of Buzzards Bay, Massachusetts in 1975 to be used for offshore lobster fishing. She had bunks in the bow and carried a Caterpillar V-8 diesel engine. Robert later had a second, larger and more elaborate “Miss Julie.” Frederick W. Dauphinee of Scituate, president of the South Shore Lobster Fishermen's Association later owned the first “Miss Julie,” probably named “Acadia” by then.
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Ralph Stanley built the 38’ lobster boat, “Miss Julie” for Robert P. Stevens of Buzzards Bay, Massachusetts in 1975 to be used for offshore lobster fishing. She had bunks in the bow and carried a Caterpillar V-8 diesel engine. Robert later had a second, larger and more elaborate “Miss Julie.” Frederick W. Dauphinee of Scituate, president of the South Shore Lobster Fishermen's Association later owned the first “Miss Julie,” probably named “Acadia” by then. [show more]
15845No-Name - Lobster Boat - Built for Russell Edgar Pettigrove
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15846No-Name - Lobster Boat - Built for Joseph Elwood Spurling
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This no-name spray hood lobster boat was originally owned by Joseph Elwood Spurling. The vessel had been brought up to Maine by summer people and so started out life as being slightly more elegant than the common fishing boat. She was planked with southern cedar and copper fastened. Elwood used her for weir fishing. He later sold it to Henry Lewis Linscott. When Ralph Ober Phippen owned the vessel he used it for lobster fishing. – Ralph Warren Stanley, 2009.
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This no-name spray hood lobster boat was originally owned by Joseph Elwood Spurling. The vessel had been brought up to Maine by summer people and so started out life as being slightly more elegant than the common fishing boat. She was planked with southern cedar and copper fastened. Elwood used her for weir fishing. He later sold it to Henry Lewis Linscott. When Ralph Ober Phippen owned the vessel he used it for lobster fishing. – Ralph Warren Stanley, 2009. [show more]
3636Meredith II - Lobster Boat
Mum's Mink
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Built by Ronald Dean Rich for his twin brother Roger Clifton Rich in 1959. The boat was named for Roger's daughter Meredith. The boat was later sold to Sheldon "Snicker" Damon, who renamed it "Mum's Mink." The boat was restored by Damon's sons after Ronald, Roger, and Sheldon had all passed away.
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Built by Ronald Dean Rich for his twin brother Roger Clifton Rich in 1959. The boat was named for Roger's daughter Meredith. The boat was later sold to Sheldon "Snicker" Damon, who renamed it "Mum's Mink." The boat was restored by Damon's sons after Ronald, Roger, and Sheldon had all passed away.
14483Continental - Sardine Carrier
Attrypa - Lobster Boat
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Continental - Sardine Carrier
Attrypa - Lobster Boat
15842My Share - Lobster Boat
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14907Linda G. - Lobster Boat
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Ralph built his first boats at his father’s house, originally his grandfather, Adoniram Judson Robinson's house at 376 Main Street in Southwest Harbor. He built this 33' lobster boat for Daniel "Danny" J. Graham (1943-2011) of Cohasset, Massachusetts, in this shop. "Linda G." was the same model as Ralph's other 33 footers. She carried a Palmer V-8 gas engine. In 2011 the boat belonged to Henry L. Grandjent of Islesford, Maine.
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Ralph built his first boats at his father’s house, originally his grandfather, Adoniram Judson Robinson's house at 376 Main Street in Southwest Harbor. He built this 33' lobster boat for Daniel "Danny" J. Graham (1943-2011) of Cohasset, Massachusetts, in this shop. "Linda G." was the same model as Ralph's other 33 footers. She carried a Palmer V-8 gas engine. In 2011 the boat belonged to Henry L. Grandjent of Islesford, Maine. [show more]
13958Arthur S. Woodward - Lobster Smack
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13968Ajax - Lobster Boat
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Ralph Warren Stanley built this 36' lobster boat for Carl Colson “Buddy” Lawson Jr. (1921-2005) of Goose Cove, West Tremont, in his 1st shop at 376 Main Street, Southwest Harbor. "Ajax" had more flare in the bow than Ralph's previous designs. She was powered by a diesel engine.
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Ralph Warren Stanley built this 36' lobster boat for Carl Colson “Buddy” Lawson Jr. (1921-2005) of Goose Cove, West Tremont, in his 1st shop at 376 Main Street, Southwest Harbor. "Ajax" had more flare in the bow than Ralph's previous designs. She was powered by a diesel engine.
13972Barbara Carol - Lobster Boat
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15890Esther II - Lobster Boat
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15889Esther I - Lobster Boat
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15848Willie Marie - Lobster Boat
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15538Wandabob - Lobster Boat
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Built by Ralph Stanley Inc. for Shirley Moore Phippen. There is a photograph of "Wandabob" on the cover of “Maine Lobsterboats: Builders and Lobstermen Speak of Their Craft” by Virginia L. Thorndike, published by Down East Books, Camden, Maine, 1998, “Ralph Stanley: Continuing a Southwest Harbor Tradition,” p. 37-40.
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Built by Ralph Stanley Inc. for Shirley Moore Phippen. There is a photograph of "Wandabob" on the cover of “Maine Lobsterboats: Builders and Lobstermen Speak of Their Craft” by Virginia L. Thorndike, published by Down East Books, Camden, Maine, 1998, “Ralph Stanley: Continuing a Southwest Harbor Tradition,” p. 37-40.