8 items found
Type contains "photograph" AND Creator is exactly "Lenahan - Donald Patrick Lenahan"
Item Title Type Subject Creator Publisher Date Address Place Description
11896Bar Harbor and the Porcupine Islands from the Pulpit Rock Trail, Acadia National ParkImage, Photograph, DigitalMountainLenahan - Donald Patrick Lenahan2012-09-14Cadillac MountainAcadia National ParkThis photo was taken from almost the same spot as a photo by W.H Ballard in October 1935. See Item 11895 for the Ballard photo. The cruise ship in the distance is the "MS Maasdam," a Holland America cruise ship built in 1993 by Italy’s Fincantieri Shipyards. She was named for a dam located on the Maas River in the Netherlands. “Maasdam” is an S class 10 deck cruise ship, 721.78’ long, 101.50 beam, 131.23’ high with a 24.93’ draught. She carries a crew of 580 and 1,258 passengers at a speed of 22 knots. [show more]
Type:Image, Photograph, Digital
Subject:Mountain
Date:2012-09-14
Address:Cadillac Mountain
Place:Acadia National Park
Creator:Lenahan - Donald Patrick Lenahan
Description:This photo was taken from almost the same spot as a photo by W.H Ballard in October 1935. See Item 11895 for the Ballard photo. The cruise ship in the distance is the "MS Maasdam," a Holland America cruise ship built in 1993 by Italy’s Fincantieri Shipyards. She was named for a dam located on the Maas River in the Netherlands. “Maasdam” is an S class 10 deck cruise ship, 721.78’ long, 101.50 beam, 131.23’ high with a 24.93’ draught. She carries a crew of 580 and 1,258 passengers at a speed of 22 knots. [show more]
12455Creation - Tiffany Stained Glass Window depicting Great Head, Mount Desert, MaineImage, Photograph, DigitalPlacesLenahan - Donald Patrick LenahanIn 1922 Louisa Pierpont (Morgan) Satterlee commissioned a stained glass window depicting Great Head, Mount Desert Island, Maine from Louis Comfort Tiffany. She gave it to the Church of the Holy Innocents, Highland Falls, New York, in memory of her father, J.P. Morgan. "The Louis Comfort Tiffany-signed window, entitled "Creation," was installed in the church's chancel in 1922. It was the gift of Louisa in memory of her father. It states the opening to the Benedicite hymn of praise: "O all ye works of the Lord, bless ye the Lord: praise him and magnify him forever." It depicts massive Great Head and the sun rising above the ocean's horizon." – “The Satterlee Window” by Don Lenahan, Memorials of Acadia National Park site, 04/15/2013, Accessed online 09/25/15; http://acadiamemorials.blogspot.com/2013/04/the-satterlee-window-during-my-research.html The church, in which her father had been an active member, is near Cragston, the Morgan estate on the banks of the Hudson River, just south of West Point. Holy Innocents is on Church Street a few doors north of Cozzens Avenue, about a block west of the U.S. Military Academy Visitors Center. The Main entrance is at 401 Main Street practically across from the Visitors Center. [show more]
Type:Image, Photograph, Digital
Subject:Places
Creator:Lenahan - Donald Patrick Lenahan
Description:In 1922 Louisa Pierpont (Morgan) Satterlee commissioned a stained glass window depicting Great Head, Mount Desert Island, Maine from Louis Comfort Tiffany. She gave it to the Church of the Holy Innocents, Highland Falls, New York, in memory of her father, J.P. Morgan. "The Louis Comfort Tiffany-signed window, entitled "Creation," was installed in the church's chancel in 1922. It was the gift of Louisa in memory of her father. It states the opening to the Benedicite hymn of praise: "O all ye works of the Lord, bless ye the Lord: praise him and magnify him forever." It depicts massive Great Head and the sun rising above the ocean's horizon." – “The Satterlee Window” by Don Lenahan, Memorials of Acadia National Park site, 04/15/2013, Accessed online 09/25/15; http://acadiamemorials.blogspot.com/2013/04/the-satterlee-window-during-my-research.html The church, in which her father had been an active member, is near Cragston, the Morgan estate on the banks of the Hudson River, just south of West Point. Holy Innocents is on Church Street a few doors north of Cozzens Avenue, about a block west of the U.S. Military Academy Visitors Center. The Main entrance is at 401 Main Street practically across from the Visitors Center. [show more]
11898Eagle Lake from the North End at Nick's CoveImage, Photograph, DigitalLakeLenahan - Donald Patrick Lenahan2012-09-15Eagle LakeAcadia National Park
Type:Image, Photograph, Digital
Subject:Lake
Date:2012-09-15
Address:Eagle Lake
Place:Acadia National Park
Creator:Lenahan - Donald Patrick Lenahan
11899Eagle Lake from the North End at Nick's CoveImage, Photograph, DigitalLakeLenahan - Donald Patrick Lenahan2012-09-15Eagle LakeAcadia National Park
Type:Image, Photograph, Digital
Subject:Lake
Date:2012-09-15
Address:Eagle Lake
Place:Acadia National Park
Creator:Lenahan - Donald Patrick Lenahan
9256Gravestone of Henry Lathrop and Marion Quincy Winslow RandImage, Photograph, DigitalCemeteryLenahan - Donald Patrick Lenahan2007-01-08Mt. Auburn CemeteryCambridge
Type:Image, Photograph, Digital
Subject:Cemetery
Date:2007-01-08
Address:Mt. Auburn Cemetery
Place:Cambridge
Creator:Lenahan - Donald Patrick Lenahan
12454Great Head at Acadia National ParkImage, Photograph, DigitalShoreLenahan - Donald Patrick Lenahan2013-03Great HeadAcadia National Park
Type:Image, Photograph, Digital
Subject:Shore
Date:2013-03
Address:Great Head
Place:Acadia National Park
Creator:Lenahan - Donald Patrick Lenahan
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13481Nick's Cove on Eagle LakeImage, Photograph, DigitalLakeLenahan - Donald Patrick LenahanEagle LakeAcadia National Park
Type:Image, Photograph, Digital
Subject:Lake
Address:Eagle Lake
Place:Acadia National Park
Creator:Lenahan - Donald Patrick Lenahan
9254Remains of Robert Kaighn's Summit Shelter on Bernard MountainImage, Photograph, DigitalMountainLenahan - Donald Patrick Lenahan2009-04-24Bernard MountainAcadia National ParkRobert Kaighn originally owned the top of Western Mountain and hiked during his time on the island. "This is a photo I took of what has been termed Kaighn's "rustic summerhouse" on top of Bernard Mountain. He owned the land from the West Peak to Great Notch, which he later gave to the Hancock County Trustees of Public Reservations. Note the four iron spikes outlining a square and a iron ring in the middle. If this is in fact his rustic summer house, then it was nothing more than a hut or shelter, given its small size. There was a path named for Robert Kaighn on top of Bernard Mountain. I haven't yet found that path, altho I did "discover" another old abandoned one called the Spring Trail from which it branched." - Don Lenahan 2009 [show more]
Type:Image, Photograph, Digital
Subject:Mountain
Date:2009-04-24
Address:Bernard Mountain
Place:Acadia National Park
Creator:Lenahan - Donald Patrick Lenahan
Description:Robert Kaighn originally owned the top of Western Mountain and hiked during his time on the island. "This is a photo I took of what has been termed Kaighn's "rustic summerhouse" on top of Bernard Mountain. He owned the land from the West Peak to Great Notch, which he later gave to the Hancock County Trustees of Public Reservations. Note the four iron spikes outlining a square and a iron ring in the middle. If this is in fact his rustic summer house, then it was nothing more than a hut or shelter, given its small size. There was a path named for Robert Kaighn on top of Bernard Mountain. I haven't yet found that path, altho I did "discover" another old abandoned one called the Spring Trail from which it branched." - Don Lenahan 2009 [show more]