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12586Cove's End - The John C. Harmon House - The Grace M. Simmons HouseImage, PhotographStructures, Dwelling, HouseSoules - George John Soules2015-05-03Southwest Harbor253 Main Street
12587View of Herrick Road Toward Main Street in 2015Image, Photograph, DigitalPlaces, TownSoules - George John Soules2015-04-05Southwest HarborThis photograph shows was taken in the same location as item 12131 which depicts the Fuller House as it was moved from it's location on Main Street to make room for the Wendell Gilley Museum.
Description:This photograph shows was taken in the same location as item 12131 which depicts the Fuller House as it was moved from it's location on Main Street to make room for the Wendell Gilley Museum.
12589Wendell Gilley MuseumImage, Photograph, DigitalStructures, Other, MuseumSoules - George John Soules2015-05-23Southwest Harbor4 Herrick Road
12603The Village Green and the First National Bank in 2015Image, Photograph, DigitalStructures, CommercialSoules - George John Soules2015-04-19Southwest HarborThe photograph shows the Carroll building on the left, the Village Green, and the First National Bank which all occupy sites leveled by the 1922 Southwest Harbor fire. The Village Green is about where the Hotel Holmes and its stables stood.
Description:The photograph shows the Carroll building on the left, the Village Green, and the First National Bank which all occupy sites leveled by the 1922 Southwest Harbor fire. The Village Green is about where the Hotel Holmes and its stables stood.
12607The Ashmont Hotel / Freeman Cottage / Freeman House - Rear View - Freeman Store across Main StreetImage, Photograph, DigitalStructures, Commercial, Lodging, HotelSoules - George John Soules2015-05-27Southwest Harbor371 Main Street
12613Second Masonic Hall Building and Sawyer's SpecialtiesImage, Photograph, DigitalBusinesses, Store
Structures, Commercial, Store
Soules - George John Soules2015-05-30Southwest Harbor353 Main Street
12614Clark Point Road - View West to Main StreetImage, Photograph, DigitalPlaces, TownSoules - George John Soules2015-05-23Southwest Harbor
12615Southwest Harbor Motor Co. as the United States Post Office and Office Building 2015Image, Photograph, DigitalStructures, Other, Post Office
Structures, Commercial
Soules - George John Soules2015-05-23Southwest Harbor
12620The site of Sim Mayo’s Bicycle Shop and William Lloyd Carroll's Cash MarketImage, Photograph, DigitalPlaces, TownSoules - George John Soules2015-06-05Southwest HarborThe Bicycle Shop was moved and finally remodeled as the Herrick Building at 45 Clark Point Road next to the William Edgar and Fanny Carnes (Harmon) Herrick House, at 43 Clark Point Road. Both building are now gone.
Description:The Bicycle Shop was moved and finally remodeled as the Herrick Building at 45 Clark Point Road next to the William Edgar and Fanny Carnes (Harmon) Herrick House, at 43 Clark Point Road. Both building are now gone.
12623View Northeast on the High RoadImage, Photograph, DigitalPlaces, Town
Structures, Dwelling, House
Soules - George John Soules2015-05-27Southwest HarborThe church steeple is just visible between the trees to the left of the telephone pole. Rebecca Carroll's house, 7 High Road is the first house on the left. The second visible house, number 11, was built by her son, Phillip Tracy Carroll, in 1932. The third visible house, number 17, was built by builder Robie Melvin Norwood Jr. for himself in 1924. Rebecca’s daughter Nellie “Nell” Rebecca (Carroll) Thornton built at 23 High Road in 1922. Another daughter, Alice (Carroll) Young built at 38 High Road in 1907. Compare this photograph to SWHPL 6350 in which Rebecca is shown standing at about the second tree on the left in this photograph.
Description:The church steeple is just visible between the trees to the left of the telephone pole. Rebecca Carroll's house, 7 High Road is the first house on the left. The second visible house, number 11, was built by her son, Phillip Tracy Carroll, in 1932. The third visible house, number 17, was built by builder Robie Melvin Norwood Jr. for himself in 1924. Rebecca’s daughter Nellie “Nell” Rebecca (Carroll) Thornton built at 23 High Road in 1922. Another daughter, Alice (Carroll) Young built at 38 High Road in 1907. Compare this photograph to SWHPL 6350 in which Rebecca is shown standing at about the second tree on the left in this photograph. [show more]
12625Clark's CoveImage, Photograph, DigitalPlaces, ShoreSoules - George John Soules2015-05-27Southwest HarborCompare this photograph to SWHPL 6072 taken around 1900.
Description:Compare this photograph to SWHPL 6072 taken around 1900.
12626The William Gilman Parker House SiteImage, Photograph, DigitalPlaces, TownSoules - George John Soules2015-04-05Southwest Harbor148 Clark Point RoadThe large old tree behind the fence on the right is the same one that is visible in SWHPL 6361 which shows the tree in front of the house inside the corner of that fence.
Description:The large old tree behind the fence on the right is the same one that is visible in SWHPL 6361 which shows the tree in front of the house inside the corner of that fence.
12656Rusticators at Anemone CaveImage, Photograph, DigitalPlaces, ShoreSoules - George John Soules2015Acadia National ParkSchooner Head
14978Reverend Timothy Fleck at the Flamingo FestivalImage, Photograph, DigitalPeopleSoules - George John Soules2014-07-12Southwest Harbor
14979Staff and Friends of the Library in the ParadeImage, Photograph, DigitalEvents
People
Soules - George John Soules2015-07-18Southwest Harbor
14986Islesford Boat HousesImage, Photograph, DigitalStructures, Other, Boat House
Places, Island
Soules - George John Soules2015-05-09Cranberry Isles, Little Cranberry Island, Islesford
14987Islesford Boat Houses at SunsetImage, Photograph, DigitalStructures, Other, Boat HouseSoules - George John Soules2015-06-13Cranberry Isles, Little Cranberry Island, Islesford
14992Harding's WharfImage, PhotographOther, Lobster Trap
Structures, Commercial, Wharf
Places, Harbor
Soules - George John Soules1977Tremont, Bernard
15118Jordan Pond House men's dormitory with SnowImage, Photograph, PrintBusinesses, RestaurantSoules - George John Soules1977-05Mount Desert, Seal HarborTaken in early May during the last snowfall of the season. This building used to sit between the restaurant and what is now staff housing. It was torn down some time after the Jordan Pond House burned in 1979. It had three floors with beds for male employees. Residents shared a single bathroom having one toilet and one shower stall. Female staff resided on the second floor of the restaurant.
Description:Taken in early May during the last snowfall of the season. This building used to sit between the restaurant and what is now staff housing. It was torn down some time after the Jordan Pond House burned in 1979. It had three floors with beds for male employees. Residents shared a single bathroom having one toilet and one shower stall. Female staff resided on the second floor of the restaurant.
15385The Carroll Sargent Tyson Jr. CottageImage, Photograph, DigitalStructures, Dwelling, CottageSoules - George John Soules2018-11-24Southwest Harbor, Manset37 Shore Road
12658Duck Brook Motor BridgeImage, Photograph, DigitalStructures, BridgeSoules - George John Soules2015-11-14To get this photo, I waited until late fall after the leaves were gone. I parked at the Holiday Inn which was closed for the season and walked across Route 3 to the metal guard rail along the section of road that crosses Duck Brook. Once in the ravine, I located a spot at the edge of the water that I thought had the clearest view of the bridge, and even from there I could only see two of the three arches. The left and right arches each span 89', but in the photo, the left arch is completely obscured by evergreens. I set up a tripod with a Canon 5D Mark III camera and a Canon 24mm tilt/shift lens. With the camera mounted in landscape orientation, I shifted the lens all the way down to capture the lower part of the scene and all the way up to catch the top of the bridge. Because the ravine was deep in shadow while the inner part of the center arch was in full sunlight, I had to take multiple exposures ranging from a half second to 125th second, which is seven full stops, at f/11 with ISO set to 50. Later in Lightroom and Photoshop, I stitched the lower and upper halves and manually blended the exposures. Note also that I focused on the bridge, but also took a shot focused on the large rock in the foreground and blended-in parts of that image to get more depth of field. - George Soules
Description:To get this photo, I waited until late fall after the leaves were gone. I parked at the Holiday Inn which was closed for the season and walked across Route 3 to the metal guard rail along the section of road that crosses Duck Brook. Once in the ravine, I located a spot at the edge of the water that I thought had the clearest view of the bridge, and even from there I could only see two of the three arches. The left and right arches each span 89', but in the photo, the left arch is completely obscured by evergreens. I set up a tripod with a Canon 5D Mark III camera and a Canon 24mm tilt/shift lens. With the camera mounted in landscape orientation, I shifted the lens all the way down to capture the lower part of the scene and all the way up to catch the top of the bridge. Because the ravine was deep in shadow while the inner part of the center arch was in full sunlight, I had to take multiple exposures ranging from a half second to 125th second, which is seven full stops, at f/11 with ISO set to 50. Later in Lightroom and Photoshop, I stitched the lower and upper halves and manually blended the exposures. Note also that I focused on the bridge, but also took a shot focused on the large rock in the foreground and blended-in parts of that image to get more depth of field. - George Soules [show more]
13374Pumpkin CarvingImage, PhotographEventsSoules - George John Soules2016-10-20Southwest HarborMain StreetScary pumpkins light up the front of the Southwest Harbor Public Library while stories are told inside
Description:Scary pumpkins light up the front of the Southwest Harbor Public Library while stories are told inside
12590Site of the George Arthur Neal House - Bar Harbor Bank and Trust CompanyImage, PhotographPlaces, TownSoules - George John Soules2015-04-19Southwest Harbor
12591Gordon & White Garage Site as Restaurant, Store and Art GalleriesImage, Photograph, DigitalBusinesses, GarageSoules - George John Soules2015-05-03
12592Pemetic High School Lawn, Site of the Old Primary SchoolImage, Photograph, DigitalPlacesSoules - George John Soules2015-06-06