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15617Art and Nan Kellam rowing the BLBImage, Photograph, Positive, 35mm SlidePeopleKenway - Nancy Hilda (Kenway) RigdonTremont, Great Gott IslandThis photo appears on page 66 in Peter Blanchard's book "We Were an Island" but archivists at the Southwest Harbor Pubic Library believe that in the book it is printed backward (flipped horizontally). This is based on a) having scanned the original slide emulsion-side up, which is the correct way on a flatbed scanner and b) noting that the buildings in the background on Great Gott Island look reversed in the book photo. Northwood Kenway loaned the original Agfachrome 35mm slide to the Library for scanning. His daughter Nancy took the picture.
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This photo appears on page 66 in Peter Blanchard's book "We Were an Island" but archivists at the Southwest Harbor Pubic Library believe that in the book it is printed backward (flipped horizontally). This is based on a) having scanned the original slide emulsion-side up, which is the correct way on a flatbed scanner and b) noting that the buildings in the background on Great Gott Island look reversed in the book photo. Northwood Kenway loaned the original Agfachrome 35mm slide to the Library for scanning. His daughter Nancy took the picture. [show more]
15297William S. Trask and Belle M. (Higgins) Trask HouseReferenceStructures, Dwelling, HouseTremont, Great Gott Island
14915Gotts Island Methodist ChurchReferenceOrganizations, Religious
Structures, Civic, Church
Tremont, Great Gott Island
14839Gotts Island Maine - Its People 1880-1992Publication, BookPeople
Places, Island
Johnson - Rita (Johnson) Kenway (1931-2011)1993Tremont, Great Gott IslandAn account of the summer visitors and native population on Gotts Island starting in the 1890's, the book describes the island experience, the families, and changes that took place over the next 100 years.
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An account of the summer visitors and native population on Gotts Island starting in the 1890's, the book describes the island experience, the families, and changes that took place over the next 100 years.
14233George H. Kirkpatrick HouseReferenceStructures, Dwelling, HouseTremont, Great Gott Island
14118St. Columba's Episcopal MissionReferenceOrganizations, Religious
Structures, Civic, Church
Tremont, Great Gott IslandFounded at the insistence of Elizabeth S. Peterson. The chapel was built by Miss Peterson in 1916 and consecrated in 1917. It remained in regular use until 1925. It fell largely into disuse and disrepair and after a few intermittent services in the 1940s it was largely abandoned until it was demolished in 1966.
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Founded at the insistence of Elizabeth S. Peterson. The chapel was built by Miss Peterson in 1916 and consecrated in 1917. It remained in regular use until 1925. It fell largely into disuse and disrepair and after a few intermittent services in the 1940s it was largely abandoned until it was demolished in 1966.
13309Great Gott Island
Gott's Island
Gotts Island
ReferencePlaces, IslandTremont, Great Gott IslandGreat Gott Island lies one mile south of Bass Harbor Light.
Great Gott Island
Gott's Island
Gotts Island
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Great Gott Island lies one mile south of Bass Harbor Light.
13081Petit Plaisants Cottage at The Head ReferenceStructures, Dwelling, HouseTremont, Great Gott IslandHome of Elizabeth S. Peterson The cottage was destroyed by fire on January 29, 1925. The fire also claimed the life of Elizabeth Peterson.
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Home of Elizabeth S. Peterson The cottage was destroyed by fire on January 29, 1925. The fire also claimed the life of Elizabeth Peterson.
13076Lorenzo S. Trask HouseReferenceStructures, Dwelling, HouseTremont, Great Gott Island
13075Russell L. Gott's CampReferenceStructures, Dwelling, CampTremont, Great Gott Island
13074Emma Joyce Gott's CampReferenceStructures, Dwelling, CampTremont, Great Gott Island
13071Dennis Driscoll HouseReferenceStructures, Dwelling, HouseTremont, Great Gott Island
12485Russell Lorenzo Gott's Camp as the Strauss / Paradis Cottage, Gotts IslandImage, PhotographStructures, Dwelling, Camp2013Tremont, Great Gott Island
12135The Philip and Lovina Ethel (Joyce) Moore House, Gotts IslandImage, Photograph, NegativeStructures, Dwelling, HouseBallard - Willis Humphreys Ballard (1906-1980)1936-07Tremont, Great Gott Island
10292Post Office on Great Gott IslandImage, PhotographStructures, Other, Post Office2009Tremont, Great Gott Island
10291Cemetery on Great Gott IslandImage, PhotographPlaces, Cemetery2009Tremont, Great Gott Island
10290The Philip and Lovina Ethel (Joyce) Moore House, Gotts IslandImage, PhotographStructures, Dwelling, House2009Tremont, Great Gott Island
10235Thomas C. Moon's Postcard SignatureImage, Postcard, PicturePeople
Vessels, Boat, Lobster Boat
Moon - Thomas C. Moon (1851-1933)1914Tremont, Great Gott Island
10151Inquest Report of the Death of Elizabeth S. Peterson - Gotts IslandDocument, ReportPeople1925-01-30Tremont, Great Gott IslandElizabeth Safford Peterson died when her house on Gotts Island was destroyed by fire on January 29, 1925. “An inquest held at Gotts Island Me. with the county of Hancock the 30th day of January 1925 before Daniel G. Benson one of the select-man of the town of Tremont, upon the premises of Elizabeth S. Peterson at Gotts Island and made a thorough examination and by evidence found that she came to her death by accidental burning. cause of fire unknown Signed by. Philip Moore [1871-1937 - father of author Ruth Moore] Harvey A. Moore [1900-1971] Charles H. Harding [1883-1972] Frank Babbidge [Frank Austin Babbidge 1880-1957] Clarence E. Harding [1895-1993] Daniel G. Benson, Select-man Tremont [1858-1931] Lewis Chester Morrison – Priest-in-charge [1884-? - Apparently at St. John's Church in Southwest Harbor in 1926] (Spiritual pastor of Deceased) Dated Jan 30 1925 at Gotts Island”
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Elizabeth Safford Peterson died when her house on Gotts Island was destroyed by fire on January 29, 1925. “An inquest held at Gotts Island Me. with the county of Hancock the 30th day of January 1925 before Daniel G. Benson one of the select-man of the town of Tremont, upon the premises of Elizabeth S. Peterson at Gotts Island and made a thorough examination and by evidence found that she came to her death by accidental burning. cause of fire unknown Signed by. Philip Moore [1871-1937 - father of author Ruth Moore] Harvey A. Moore [1900-1971] Charles H. Harding [1883-1972] Frank Babbidge [Frank Austin Babbidge 1880-1957] Clarence E. Harding [1895-1993] Daniel G. Benson, Select-man Tremont [1858-1931] Lewis Chester Morrison – Priest-in-charge [1884-? - Apparently at St. John's Church in Southwest Harbor in 1926] (Spiritual pastor of Deceased) Dated Jan 30 1925 at Gotts Island” [show more]
9516The Pool at Gotts IslandImage, Photograph, Print, PanoramaPlaces, IslandWelch - Charles Harding Welch (1861-c.1938)1910Tremont, Great Gott Island
9281The Pound, Gotts IslandImage, Postcard, Picture, Real PhotoPlaces, ShoreKenway - Edward Northwood Kenway (1924-2017)Tremont, Great Gott Island
8796Great Gott IslandImage, Photograph, PrintPlaces, ShoreBuckman - Emma Johns Buckman (1881-1968)1920Tremont, Great Gott Island
8795Great Gott IslandImage, Photograph, PrintPlaces, ShoreBuckman - Emma Johns Buckman (1881-1968)1920Tremont, Great Gott Island
8794Great Gott IslandImage, Photograph, PrintPlaces, ShoreBuckman - Emma Johns Buckman (1881-1968)1920Tremont, Great Gott Island
8793Great Gott IslandImage, Photograph, PrintPlaces, ShoreBuckman - Emma Johns Buckman (1881-1968)1920Tremont, Great Gott Island