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16258Boats at J. L. Stanley Fishery Wharf
  • Image, Photograph
  • Structures, Transportation, Marine Landing, Wharf
  • Vessels, Boat
  • Southwest Harbor, Manset
  • 95 Shore Road
16247Franklin Ward Machine Shop Photographs
  • Image, Photograph
  • People
A collection of portraits from the Franklin Ward Machine Shop, given to Ralph Stanley, probably by Leslie Ward. Archivists are still working on identifying the people in these photographs. If you recognize any of the people in these photographs, please click on the Contact link to help us add the identifications to the archive. In progress identifications of portraits: 001 Unknown Man 002 Unknown Group 003 Unknown Man 004 Unknown Woman 005 Unknown Man 006 Unknown Man and Child 007 Unknown Girl 008 Unknown Woman and Child 009 Three Unknown Women 010 Two Unknown Women 011 Three Unknown Women 012 Unknown Man 013 Two Unknown Boys with Dog 014 Unknown Man - Photographer B.F. Joy. 1849. 015 Unknown Man - Farrington Studio, Brewer, Maine. 016 Unknown Child - Photographer Ernest Emery; Emery Cabinet Portraits. 017 Unknown Man - Purdy Studio 018 Unknown Man - Photographer Andrew P. Haynes 019 Unknown Woman - Photograph A. B. Hamor 020 Milton Haynes Dolliver (1901-1996) and mother Lura Bella (Haynes) Dolliver (1880-1966) - Photographer George A. Neal 021 Unknown Man 022 Unknown Man; Potentially a relative of Eldora Flye Dolliver Ward - Photographer Hatton, 15 City Hall Square, NY. 023 Unknown Woman 024 Unknown Woman 025 Unknown Woman 026 Unknown Family - Photographer Andrew P. Haynes 027 Unknown Child 028 Unknown Man 029 Unknown Family 030 Possibly William Henry Rea Jr. or Charles Drummond Rea 031 Unknown Woman and Mabel H. Parker (1862-1937). Sept. 25, 1913. 032 Unknown Man 033 Unknown Family - Photographer Cooke 034 Unknown Man 035 Unknown Man (second assistant lighthouse keeper) 036 Unknown Child - Photographer J. C. Ralph 037 Unknown Woman 038 Unknown Woman 039 Unknown Girl 040 Unknown Boy and Woman 041 Unknown Boy 042 Unknown Boy 043 Unknown Boy 044 Unknown Boy 045 Unknown Woman - Photographer H. L. Bradley 046 Unknown Woman (same woman as 071) - Gray Studio 047 Unknown Woman - Photographer Elmer Chickering 048 Unknown Woman 049 Marguerite S. King, Belmont High School 1900 050 Unknown Baby - Photographer J. C. Ralph 051 Unknown Man 052 Unknown Family - Photographer Ernest Emery 053 Unknown Woman 054 Unknown Woman - Photographer C. R. Smith Studio 055 Unknown Family (HSE) 056 Unknown Woman - Photographer H. L. Bradley Studio 057 Eldora Flye Dolliver Ward 058 Lottie Frances Conary (1901-1951), Mrs. Forest Emery Murphy 059 Unknown sailors 060 Unknown Man - Photographer Ernest Emery; Emery Cabinet Portraits. 061 Eleanor Burleigh - "13 months old, with love to Uncle Will" ; Photographer Drew Studio 062 Unknown Girl - Photograph H. L. Bradley 063 Unknown Woman 064 Unknown Man - Photographer Perry Studio 065 Unknown Man 066 Unknown Child on Adirondack Bench 067 Unknown Girl on strip of photographs 068 Unknown Girl 069 Unknown Girl and Boy 070 Unknown Girl 071 Unknown Woman (same woman as 046) - Photographer R. A. Dobson Studio 072 Two Unknown Men 073 Unknown Baby 074 Unknown Woman - Photographer Marshall Studio 075 Unknown Man - Photographer P. E. McInnis 076 Unknown Man - Photographer Tuttle 077 Unknown Girl 078 Unknown Boy and Dog 079 Unknown Man 080 Unknown Woman 081 Unknown Woman, Possibly a relative of "Uncle Sam" Gott - Photographer Leck Studio 082 Unknown Woman - Photographer J. F. Gerrity & Co. 083 Unknown Girl with glasses - Photographer Tuttle & Stevens, Cottage Studio 084 Unknown Woman - Photographer The Imperial Studio 085 Unknown Girl - 1960s 086 Unknown Couple - Lottie written on reverse side 087 Unknown Girl - Photographer Roberts Studio 088 Eunice Emery (SWHPL 10091) - Photographer Emery Studio 089 Unknown Girl - Photographer Osgood 090 Unknown Man with Beard 091 Unknown Man with Beard - Photographer Emery 092 Unknown Woman and Baby 093 Unknown Woman with glasses - Photographer Lewis Studio 094 Unknown Man - Photographer Mears 095 Unknown Man - Photographer Brownell & Co. 096 Unknown Woman 097 Unknown Man with Child - Photographer Elite Studio 098 Unknown Man - Photographer Colpitss & Co. 099 Unknown Man - Photographer Geo. E. Brown 100 Unknown Man - Photographer Jackson Studio 101 Unknown Woman 102 Unknown Man - Photographer H. L. Bradley 103 Unknown Man - Photographer L. F. Bates 104 Unknown Girl 105 Unknown Man with umbrella 106 Unknown Man 107 Unknown Man - Photographer C. H. Pepper 108 Unknown Family 109 Unknown Woman 110 Unknown Woman 111 Unknown Man 112 Unknown Man - Photographer W. Smith 113 Unknown Woman - 1914. 114 Unknown Man - Photographer C. H. Pepper 115 Unknown Woman and Girl - Photographer Webber 116 Unknown Boy with Dog - Photographer Osgood 117 Two Unknown Girls and Baby - Photographer R. C. Boyd 118 Unknown Man with Two Unknown Girls - Photographer Percy Crandall 119 Unknown Woman and Baby - "By Abigail" 120 Unknown Man 121 Unknown Woman - Photographer P. C. Tuttle 122 Two Unknown Girls 123 Unknown Mother and Child 124 Unknown Man and Woman 125 Two Unknown Women 126 Unknown Woman - Photographer J. E. Purdy & Co., 1917. 127 Unknown Woman and Child 128 Unknown Woman - Photographer Howe Studio 129 Unknown Woman - Photographer F. S. Blackwell 130 Unknown Woman 131 Unknown Man - same photographer as 123, 124 132 Unknown Man - Photographer I. T. Moore 133 Unknown Man 134 Unknown Girl 135 Unknown Girl - Photographer Tuttle & Stevens 136 Unknown Woman and Child 137 Unknown Girl 138 Unknown Man - Photographer Fred Green Studio 139 Unknown Man with Donkey Sleigh
Description:
A collection of portraits from the Franklin Ward Machine Shop, given to Ralph Stanley, probably by Leslie Ward. Archivists are still working on identifying the people in these photographs. If you recognize any of the people in these photographs, please click on the Contact link to help us add the identifications to the archive. In progress identifications of portraits: 001 Unknown Man 002 Unknown Group 003 Unknown Man 004 Unknown Woman 005 Unknown Man 006 Unknown Man and Child 007 Unknown Girl 008 Unknown Woman and Child 009 Three Unknown Women 010 Two Unknown Women 011 Three Unknown Women 012 Unknown Man 013 Two Unknown Boys with Dog 014 Unknown Man - Photographer B.F. Joy. 1849. 015 Unknown Man - Farrington Studio, Brewer, Maine. 016 Unknown Child - Photographer Ernest Emery; Emery Cabinet Portraits. 017 Unknown Man - Purdy Studio 018 Unknown Man - Photographer Andrew P. Haynes 019 Unknown Woman - Photograph A. B. Hamor 020 Milton Haynes Dolliver (1901-1996) and mother Lura Bella (Haynes) Dolliver (1880-1966) - Photographer George A. Neal 021 Unknown Man 022 Unknown Man; Potentially a relative of Eldora Flye Dolliver Ward - Photographer Hatton, 15 City Hall Square, NY. 023 Unknown Woman 024 Unknown Woman 025 Unknown Woman 026 Unknown Family - Photographer Andrew P. Haynes 027 Unknown Child 028 Unknown Man 029 Unknown Family 030 Possibly William Henry Rea Jr. or Charles Drummond Rea 031 Unknown Woman and Mabel H. Parker (1862-1937). Sept. 25, 1913. 032 Unknown Man 033 Unknown Family - Photographer Cooke 034 Unknown Man 035 Unknown Man (second assistant lighthouse keeper) 036 Unknown Child - Photographer J. C. Ralph 037 Unknown Woman 038 Unknown Woman 039 Unknown Girl 040 Unknown Boy and Woman 041 Unknown Boy 042 Unknown Boy 043 Unknown Boy 044 Unknown Boy 045 Unknown Woman - Photographer H. L. Bradley 046 Unknown Woman (same woman as 071) - Gray Studio 047 Unknown Woman - Photographer Elmer Chickering 048 Unknown Woman 049 Marguerite S. King, Belmont High School 1900 050 Unknown Baby - Photographer J. C. Ralph 051 Unknown Man 052 Unknown Family - Photographer Ernest Emery 053 Unknown Woman 054 Unknown Woman - Photographer C. R. Smith Studio 055 Unknown Family (HSE) 056 Unknown Woman - Photographer H. L. Bradley Studio 057 Eldora Flye Dolliver Ward 058 Lottie Frances Conary (1901-1951), Mrs. Forest Emery Murphy 059 Unknown sailors 060 Unknown Man - Photographer Ernest Emery; Emery Cabinet Portraits. 061 Eleanor Burleigh - "13 months old, with love to Uncle Will" ; Photographer Drew Studio 062 Unknown Girl - Photograph H. L. Bradley 063 Unknown Woman 064 Unknown Man - Photographer Perry Studio 065 Unknown Man 066 Unknown Child on Adirondack Bench 067 Unknown Girl on strip of photographs 068 Unknown Girl 069 Unknown Girl and Boy 070 Unknown Girl 071 Unknown Woman (same woman as 046) - Photographer R. A. Dobson Studio 072 Two Unknown Men 073 Unknown Baby 074 Unknown Woman - Photographer Marshall Studio 075 Unknown Man - Photographer P. E. McInnis 076 Unknown Man - Photographer Tuttle 077 Unknown Girl 078 Unknown Boy and Dog 079 Unknown Man 080 Unknown Woman 081 Unknown Woman, Possibly a relative of "Uncle Sam" Gott - Photographer Leck Studio 082 Unknown Woman - Photographer J. F. Gerrity & Co. 083 Unknown Girl with glasses - Photographer Tuttle & Stevens, Cottage Studio 084 Unknown Woman - Photographer The Imperial Studio 085 Unknown Girl - 1960s 086 Unknown Couple - Lottie written on reverse side 087 Unknown Girl - Photographer Roberts Studio 088 Eunice Emery (SWHPL 10091) - Photographer Emery Studio 089 Unknown Girl - Photographer Osgood 090 Unknown Man with Beard 091 Unknown Man with Beard - Photographer Emery 092 Unknown Woman and Baby 093 Unknown Woman with glasses - Photographer Lewis Studio 094 Unknown Man - Photographer Mears 095 Unknown Man - Photographer Brownell & Co. 096 Unknown Woman 097 Unknown Man with Child - Photographer Elite Studio 098 Unknown Man - Photographer Colpitss & Co. 099 Unknown Man - Photographer Geo. E. Brown 100 Unknown Man - Photographer Jackson Studio 101 Unknown Woman 102 Unknown Man - Photographer H. L. Bradley 103 Unknown Man - Photographer L. F. Bates 104 Unknown Girl 105 Unknown Man with umbrella 106 Unknown Man 107 Unknown Man - Photographer C. H. Pepper 108 Unknown Family 109 Unknown Woman 110 Unknown Woman 111 Unknown Man 112 Unknown Man - Photographer W. Smith 113 Unknown Woman - 1914. 114 Unknown Man - Photographer C. H. Pepper 115 Unknown Woman and Girl - Photographer Webber 116 Unknown Boy with Dog - Photographer Osgood 117 Two Unknown Girls and Baby - Photographer R. C. Boyd 118 Unknown Man with Two Unknown Girls - Photographer Percy Crandall 119 Unknown Woman and Baby - "By Abigail" 120 Unknown Man 121 Unknown Woman - Photographer P. C. Tuttle 122 Two Unknown Girls 123 Unknown Mother and Child 124 Unknown Man and Woman 125 Two Unknown Women 126 Unknown Woman - Photographer J. E. Purdy & Co., 1917. 127 Unknown Woman and Child 128 Unknown Woman - Photographer Howe Studio 129 Unknown Woman - Photographer F. S. Blackwell 130 Unknown Woman 131 Unknown Man - same photographer as 123, 124 132 Unknown Man - Photographer I. T. Moore 133 Unknown Man 134 Unknown Girl 135 Unknown Girl - Photographer Tuttle & Stevens 136 Unknown Woman and Child 137 Unknown Girl 138 Unknown Man - Photographer Fred Green Studio 139 Unknown Man with Donkey Sleigh [show more]
16234Lawler Ice Business, Harvesting Ice at Chris's Pond
  • Image, Photograph
  • Businesses, Other Business
  • People
  • Southwest Harbor
5660Green Mountain Railway - View from Green Mountain to Steamboat Wharf on Eagle Lake
  • Image, Photograph
  • Transportation, Railroad
  • Bradley - Bryant Bradley (1838-1890)
  • Acadia National Park, HCTPR
16228Driscilla (Gott) Ward with son Rodney Franklin Ward
  • Image, Photograph
  • People
16226Cora Myrtle (Hamblen) Ward with Franklin Henry Ward and Ingrid Ward
  • Image, Photograph
  • People
  • Places, Harbor
  • 1934 c.
16225Cora Myrtle (Hamblen) Ward at Home
  • Image, Photograph
  • People
16224Cora Myrtle (Hamblen) Ward with William Eugene Ward and Leslie Hamblen Ward on Unknown Boat
  • Image, Photograph
  • People
  • Vessels, Boat
  • 1939 c.
16218Freeman Store, Southwest Harbor
  • Image, Photograph
  • Businesses, Store Business
  • Pepper - Charles H. Pepper Jr. (1866-1889)
  • Southwest Harbor
  • 370 Main Street
16214Icicles on Moore's Garage from the Edwin Albert Lawler House
  • Image, Photograph
  • Businesses, Automotive Repair Business
  • Object, Other Object
  • Southwest Harbor
  • 19 Clark Point Road
16213Edwin Albert and Vienna Dix Lawler House
  • Image, Photograph
  • Structures, Dwellings, House
  • Southwest Harbor
  • 29 Clark Point Road
11442Lobsterland in a Storm
  • Image, Photograph
  • Businesses, Restaurant Business
  • Structures, Commercial, Restaurant
  • 1963
  • Southwest Harbor, Seawall
  • 563 Seawall Road
The original Seawall Dining Room is visible at left.
Description:
The original Seawall Dining Room is visible at left.
16208Edwin Lemuel Higgins House
  • Image, Photograph
  • Structures, Dwellings, House
  • Southwest Harbor
  • 39 Clark Point Road
16207Edwin Albert and Vienna Dix Lawler House
  • Image, Photograph
  • Structures, Dwellings, House
  • Southwest Harbor
  • 29 Clark Point Road
16206Edwin Albert and Vienna Dix Lawler House
  • Image, Photograph
  • Structures, Dwellings, House
  • Southwest Harbor
  • 29 Clark Point Road
5823Moore's Garage Co. and Bar Harbor Banking & Trust Co.
  • Image, Photograph
  • Businesses, Automotive Repair Business
  • Structures, Commercial, Commercial Structures, Automotive Repair
  • 1919 c.
  • Southwest Harbor
  • 19 Clark Point Road
The photograph shows Gilley Plumbing Co. to the left of Moore's Garage, and an early location of the Bar Harbor Banking & Trust Company in the right portion of the building.
Description:
The photograph shows Gilley Plumbing Co. to the left of Moore's Garage, and an early location of the Bar Harbor Banking & Trust Company in the right portion of the building.
11834Teacher Margaret Ellen (McManus) Carroll and Class at the Southwest Harbor High School - Fall 1917
  • Image, Photograph
  • Organizations, School Institution
  • People
  • Nye - Albert E. Nye Studio
  • 1917
  • Southwest Harbor
  • 329 Main Street
Front Row - Left to Right: Everett Randall Rich (1902-1920) Malcolm R. Sawyer (1904-1971) Philip Tracy Carroll (1904-1966) Wendell Holmes Gilley (1904-1983) Alton Elwell Trundy (1903-1978) Ralph Earl Wooster (1903-1979) Second Row - Left to Right: Elizabeth Marlowe Herrick (1903-1957) - later Mrs. John R. Pittman Hope Norwood (1904-1987) - later Mrs. Frank Cecil Bannister Lizzie May Reed (1903-1997) - later Mrs. Lem Sprague Robbins Hilda Louise Clark (1903-1923) Elizabeth Lawler (1903-1975) Viola Belle Staples (1903-1985) - later Mrs. Alfred Elmer Rodick Inez Mildred Carter (1904-1979) Esther May Robinson (1901-1983) - later Mrs. Cecil Emmett Hynes Third Row - Left to Right: Halsey C. Pettigrove (1901-1980) Maynard S. Closson (1901-1971) Elsie Mary Torrey (1903-1980) - later Mrs. Leland Francis Hawkins
Description:
Front Row - Left to Right: Everett Randall Rich (1902-1920) Malcolm R. Sawyer (1904-1971) Philip Tracy Carroll (1904-1966) Wendell Holmes Gilley (1904-1983) Alton Elwell Trundy (1903-1978) Ralph Earl Wooster (1903-1979) Second Row - Left to Right: Elizabeth Marlowe Herrick (1903-1957) - later Mrs. John R. Pittman Hope Norwood (1904-1987) - later Mrs. Frank Cecil Bannister Lizzie May Reed (1903-1997) - later Mrs. Lem Sprague Robbins Hilda Louise Clark (1903-1923) Elizabeth Lawler (1903-1975) Viola Belle Staples (1903-1985) - later Mrs. Alfred Elmer Rodick Inez Mildred Carter (1904-1979) Esther May Robinson (1901-1983) - later Mrs. Cecil Emmett Hynes Third Row - Left to Right: Halsey C. Pettigrove (1901-1980) Maynard S. Closson (1901-1971) Elsie Mary Torrey (1903-1980) - later Mrs. Leland Francis Hawkins [show more]
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.
Description:
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]
16201Malcolm S. Ward in front of Unknown House
  • Image, Photograph
  • People
  • Structures, Dwellings, House
16199Franklin Dolliver Ward and Malcolm Ward
  • Image, Photograph
  • People
16198Franklin Dolliver Ward
  • Image, Photograph
  • People
16196Franklin Henry Ward with Cat
  • Image, Photograph
  • Nature, Animals, Cats
  • People
  • 1935 c.
16197Franklin Henry Ward and Ingrid Ward
  • Image, Photograph
  • People
  • 1935 c.
16195Cora Myrtle (Hamblen) Ward with Ingrid, William, and Franklin Ward on Unknown Beach
  • Image, Photograph
  • People
  • Places, Shore
  • 1934 c.
12465Franklin Henry Ward
  • Image, Photograph
  • People
  • 1930 c.
  • Southwest Harbor, Manset
  • 48 Shore Road