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16033The OceanariumReferenceBusinesses, OtherSouthwest Harbor172 Clark Point Road
16031William Lawton Jr. House - 3rd House
Mrs. Lawton’s Tea Room and Candy Shop
ReferenceStructures, Dwelling, HouseSouthwest Harbor130 Clark Point Road
William Lawton Jr. House - 3rd House
Mrs. Lawton’s Tea Room and Candy Shop
16030William Lawton Jr. House - 2nd House
James North Stanley - 1st Cottage
ReferenceStructures, Dwelling, HouseSouthwest Harbor25 Dirigo Road
William Lawton Jr. House - 2nd House
James North Stanley - 1st Cottage
16029Wendell Holmes Gilley HouseReferenceStructures, Dwelling, HouseSouthwest Harbor5 Phillips Lane
16026Warren Bartlett Walsh Cottage
Leza and James R. Colquhoun House
ReferenceStructures, Dwelling, CottageSouthwest Harbor22 Sail Mountain Road
Warren Bartlett Walsh Cottage
Leza and James R. Colquhoun House
16024Wilbur C. Wallace HouseReferenceStructures, Dwelling, HouseSouthwest Harbor29 Clark Point RoadThe Wilbur C. Wallace House was built about 1902 by William Wallace. He sold it to Edwin Albert Lawler and his wife, Vienna Sophia (Dix) Lawler.
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The Wilbur C. Wallace House was built about 1902 by William Wallace. He sold it to Edwin Albert Lawler and his wife, Vienna Sophia (Dix) Lawler.
16020The Shore Cottage
Loren Bascom Taber Johnson Rental
ReferenceStructures, Dwelling, CottageSouthwest Harbor19 Winding Lane
The Shore Cottage
Loren Bascom Taber Johnson Rental
16010Rufus Whitman McKay Sr. HouseReferenceStructures, Dwelling, HouseSouthwest Harbor93 Clark Point Road
15989Montreville Clark Gilley HouseReferenceStructures, Dwelling, House1889Southwest Harbor14 Forest Avenue
15986Lewis Kennison Robinson House II
Langdon W. Wood and Russell G. Manchester House
ReferenceStructures, Dwelling, HouseSouthwest Harbor465 Main Street
Lewis Kennison Robinson House II
Langdon W. Wood and Russell G. Manchester House
15979Joseph Gilman Parker Jr. HouseReferenceStructures, Dwelling, HouseSouthwest Harbor114 Clark Point Road
15977J.T.R. Freeman Coal CompanyReferenceBusinesses, OtherSouthwest Harbor12 Apple Lane
15959Deacon Henry Higgins Clark ShipyardReferenceBusinesses, OtherSouthwest Harbor152 Clark Point Road "A workshop stood for many years on the shore side of the road almost opposite the above-mentioned house. Many different families occupied the living apartment on the second floor. Work for the shipyard was done in the shop on the first floor. The shipyard was a busy place for many years and many small vessels and boats were constructed there." - “Traditions and Records of Southwest Harbor and Somesville, Mount Desert Island, Maine” by Mrs. Seth S. Thornton, 1938, p. 167. The schooner “Kate Newman” was built at Clark’s Point, Southwest Harbor in 1874.
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"A workshop stood for many years on the shore side of the road almost opposite the above-mentioned house. Many different families occupied the living apartment on the second floor. Work for the shipyard was done in the shop on the first floor. The shipyard was a busy place for many years and many small vessels and boats were constructed there." - “Traditions and Records of Southwest Harbor and Somesville, Mount Desert Island, Maine” by Mrs. Seth S. Thornton, 1938, p. 167. The schooner “Kate Newman” was built at Clark’s Point, Southwest Harbor in 1874. [show more]
15958Community Sailing CenterReferenceStructures, Civic, SchoolSouthwest Harbor168 Clark Point Rd. In 1973, Audrey and Jeff Berzinis and Bonnie and Tom Sawyer purchased the Southwest Boat Corp. yard and renamed it Southwest Boat Marine Services. It was in complete disrepair. While this reconstruction was going on, many times people would stop by and reminisce about the "good old days." New pilings, piers, buildings and more parking were added. In 1998, the Sawyers' opted out and the yard continues today [2011] with the Berzinis. In 1999, the MDI Community Sailing Center [began] renting dockage, storage, and office space at the site." - "History of Southwest Boat", Southwest Boat Marine Services site, Accessed online 11/04/08; http://www.southwestboat.com/info.html
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In 1973, Audrey and Jeff Berzinis and Bonnie and Tom Sawyer purchased the Southwest Boat Corp. yard and renamed it Southwest Boat Marine Services. It was in complete disrepair. While this reconstruction was going on, many times people would stop by and reminisce about the "good old days." New pilings, piers, buildings and more parking were added. In 1998, the Sawyers' opted out and the yard continues today [2011] with the Berzinis. In 1999, the MDI Community Sailing Center [began] renting dockage, storage, and office space at the site." - "History of Southwest Boat", Southwest Boat Marine Services site, Accessed online 11/04/08; http://www.southwestboat.com/info.html [show more]
15949Holmes HouseImage, Photograph, PrintBusinesses, Lodging1921 c.Southwest HarborThe back of the frame said "Holmes House SW Hbr Destroyed by fire March 1922"
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The back of the frame said "Holmes House SW Hbr Destroyed by fire March 1922"
15948Gott's Store Celebrates 75 YearsPublication, NewspaperBusinesses, StoreHinckley - Sarah HinckleyMount Desert Islander2019-10-16Southwest HarborNewspaper article about Gott's Store in Southwest Harbor, Maine on its 75 year aniversary.
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Newspaper article about Gott's Store in Southwest Harbor, Maine on its 75 year aniversary.
15943U.S. Coast Guard Station - Southwest HarborReferenceStructures, Other, Coast Guard BaseSouthwest Harbor184 Clark Point Road The Life Saving Station at Little Cranberry Island was relocated and consolidated with the Southwest Harbor Station in 1946.
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The Life Saving Station at Little Cranberry Island was relocated and consolidated with the Southwest Harbor Station in 1946.
15941The GangplankReferenceStructures, Dwelling, Cottage
Businesses, Store
1910Southwest Harbor180 Clark Point Road
15936James Albert Freeman Post OfficeReferenceBusinesses, Other
Structures, Civic
Structures, Dwelling, House
Southwest Harbor8 Brook Passage This building was used by James Albert Freeman as a Post Office from 1905 to 1914.
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This building was used by James Albert Freeman as a Post Office from 1905 to 1914.
15928Henry Bucknam Wass HouseReferenceStructures, Dwelling, HouseSouthwest Harbor117 Clark Point Road
15909Smuggler’s Den CampgroundReferencePlaces, CampSouthwest Harbor4 Main Street Charles Wallace Birlem and Ben Conley Worcester Jr. built Smuggler's Den Campground on Carroll's Hill, eventually carving out 110 lots. It was sold to Annabellle Dam Worcester after Charles Wallace Birlem’s death 12/6/1976.
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Charles Wallace Birlem and Ben Conley Worcester Jr. built Smuggler's Den Campground on Carroll's Hill, eventually carving out 110 lots. It was sold to Annabellle Dam Worcester after Charles Wallace Birlem’s death 12/6/1976.
15905Ronald Dean Rich HouseReferenceStructures, Dwelling, HouseSouthwest Harbor77 Herrick RoadOriginally Ronald Dean Rich's house and boat shop were on one piece of property. The two sites have since been divided.
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Originally Ronald Dean Rich's house and boat shop were on one piece of property. The two sites have since been divided.
15904Robie Norwood Sr. HouseReferenceStructures, Dwelling, HouseSouthwest Harbor179 Main Street "In 1888 Capt. Robie M. Norwood of Seal Cove built a house south of where the electric power construction is now. This house was destroyed by fire in 1921.” - “Traditions and Records of Southwest Harbor and Somesville, Mount Desert Island, Maine” by Mrs. Seth S. Thornton, 1938, p. 140.
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"In 1888 Capt. Robie M. Norwood of Seal Cove built a house south of where the electric power construction is now. This house was destroyed by fire in 1921.” - “Traditions and Records of Southwest Harbor and Somesville, Mount Desert Island, Maine” by Mrs. Seth S. Thornton, 1938, p. 140.
15894Frederick M. Black HouseReferenceStructures, Dwelling, HouseSouthwest Harbor16 Three Rod Rd.
15891Louise (Fernald) Goulding CottageReferenceStructures, Dwelling, CottageSouthwest Harbor96 Fernald Point Road