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13326Harborside Studio - Lamps, Souvenirs, Frames, Novelties
Howe D. Higgins House
  • Image, Photograph
  • Structures, Dwellings, House
  • 1974
  • Southwest Harbor
  • 86 Clark Point Road
Notice the oil paintings along the road. The sign on the ground leaning against the signpost reads in all capital letters "These pictures are all paintings finished with damar varnish. All are washable. Price includes frame & sales tax." "Aug 1974" is written on the back of the photo.
Description:
Notice the oil paintings along the road. The sign on the ground leaning against the signpost reads in all capital letters "These pictures are all paintings finished with damar varnish. All are washable. Price includes frame & sales tax." "Aug 1974" is written on the back of the photo.
6294Buoy Depot on Clark Point at Old Steamboat Wharf Site
  • Image, Photograph
  • Places
  • United States Coast Guard
  • 1945 c.
  • Southwest Harbor
  • 184 Clark Point Road
Aerial view of the United States Coast Guard Light House Service Buoy Depot, now referred to as the Aids to Navigation Team.
Description:
Aerial view of the United States Coast Guard Light House Service Buoy Depot, now referred to as the Aids to Navigation Team.
5506View from Manset Town Dock to Clark Point
  • Image, Photograph
  • Places, Harbor
  • Structures, Transportation, Marine Landing, Dock
  • Weaver - Miles Waverly Weaver (1923-2014)
  • 1987
  • Southwest Harbor
The house on the left is the Tyson-Madeira house and dock.
Description:
The house on the left is the Tyson-Madeira house and dock.
5220The Clark Point Area and Greening Island from Freeman Ridge
  • Image, Photograph
  • Places, Harbor
  • Places, Town
  • 1888 c.
  • Southwest Harbor
"From high on Freeman's Hill, one can view the development on Clark Point, an area once owned by the island's first minister, Ebinazer Eaton. Deacon Clark's hostelry and the William Underwood & Company spurred development on this point. Many of the residences belong to Clark family members. Storekeepers and tradesmen drawn to the area for work were settling here as well. Far off in the distance, the towers of Robert Kaighn's elaborate 1892 summer cottage signal the beginnings of the summer colony." - Mount Desert Island - Somesville, Southwest Harbor, and Northeast Harbor by Earle G. Shettleworth Jr. and Lydia B. Vandenbergh - Images of America Series, p. 52 - 2001 Compare this image to item 12583 for a contemporary view of the same scene.
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"From high on Freeman's Hill, one can view the development on Clark Point, an area once owned by the island's first minister, Ebinazer Eaton. Deacon Clark's hostelry and the William Underwood & Company spurred development on this point. Many of the residences belong to Clark family members. Storekeepers and tradesmen drawn to the area for work were settling here as well. Far off in the distance, the towers of Robert Kaighn's elaborate 1892 summer cottage signal the beginnings of the summer colony." - Mount Desert Island - Somesville, Southwest Harbor, and Northeast Harbor by Earle G. Shettleworth Jr. and Lydia B. Vandenbergh - Images of America Series, p. 52 - 2001 Compare this image to item 12583 for a contemporary view of the same scene. [show more]
550420th Anniversary of the Southwest Harbor Town Band at Dr. R.J. Lemont's Drug Store
  • Image, Photograph
  • Events
  • Organizations
  • People
  • 1912
  • 14 Clark Point Road
The building was Dr. Lemont's office and store on the south side of Clark Point Road leaving Main Street. The building, then Cuz's Café, burned on January 30, 1955. It is the site of the Red Sky Restaurant in 2008. The Southwest Harbor band was formed in 1892. This 1912 photograph shows these members: Front Row - left to right: Ralph Judson Robinson (1870-1923) Everton Livingston Gott (1875-1954) - brother of Clyde Smith Gott Frank L. Gilley (1880-1920) Henry Loren Gray (1881-1947) Simeon J. Marshall (1874-1962) Earl Gott (1889-1950) Franze Earl "Wimpy" Walls (1890-1964) Edwin "Ed" George Lord (1878-1955) Note: The name of one person in the front row is missing. Archivists hope a viewer may know who it is and where he is standing. Middle - left to right: H. Chase Bickford (1887-1960) Fred A. Walls (1888-1949) James Crockett (1864-1941) Artemus Jean Haines Richardson (1893-1958) Edward Harold Bennett (1890-1965) - later a band leader, as was his son, Charlie Bennett (1922-1984) (not in photograph) Saunders Ward Newman (1852-1949) Fred Sydney Mayo (1877-1949) - behind drum Back Row - left to right: Clyde Smith Gott (1893-) - brother of Everton Livingston Gott Clifton Robie Foss (1890-1937) Raymond C. Whitmore (1889-1971) Standing on the porch - left to right: The girl to the left of Dr. Lemont, leaning on the rail, is Elsie Phillips - later Mrs. Roscoe C. Marshall (1905-1988) Dr. Robert James Lemont (1842-1926) Elizabeth Lawler (1903-1975) Bertha Robinson - later Mrs. Chester Warren Stanley (1901-1968)
Description:
The building was Dr. Lemont's office and store on the south side of Clark Point Road leaving Main Street. The building, then Cuz's Café, burned on January 30, 1955. It is the site of the Red Sky Restaurant in 2008. The Southwest Harbor band was formed in 1892. This 1912 photograph shows these members: Front Row - left to right: Ralph Judson Robinson (1870-1923) Everton Livingston Gott (1875-1954) - brother of Clyde Smith Gott Frank L. Gilley (1880-1920) Henry Loren Gray (1881-1947) Simeon J. Marshall (1874-1962) Earl Gott (1889-1950) Franze Earl "Wimpy" Walls (1890-1964) Edwin "Ed" George Lord (1878-1955) Note: The name of one person in the front row is missing. Archivists hope a viewer may know who it is and where he is standing. Middle - left to right: H. Chase Bickford (1887-1960) Fred A. Walls (1888-1949) James Crockett (1864-1941) Artemus Jean Haines Richardson (1893-1958) Edward Harold Bennett (1890-1965) - later a band leader, as was his son, Charlie Bennett (1922-1984) (not in photograph) Saunders Ward Newman (1852-1949) Fred Sydney Mayo (1877-1949) - behind drum Back Row - left to right: Clyde Smith Gott (1893-) - brother of Everton Livingston Gott Clifton Robie Foss (1890-1937) Raymond C. Whitmore (1889-1971) Standing on the porch - left to right: The girl to the left of Dr. Lemont, leaning on the rail, is Elsie Phillips - later Mrs. Roscoe C. Marshall (1905-1988) Dr. Robert James Lemont (1842-1926) Elizabeth Lawler (1903-1975) Bertha Robinson - later Mrs. Chester Warren Stanley (1901-1968) [show more]
5602The Original, Enlarged Stanley House Burning on July 10, 1884
  • Image, Photograph
  • Events, Fire
  • Structures, Commercial, Lodging, Hotel
  • 1884-07-10
  • Southwest Harbor, Manset
  • 149 Shore Road
5809Addison Packing Company Camps at Southwest Harbor - Summer of 1923
  • Image, Photograph
  • Businesses, Cannery Business
  • Structures, Dwellings, Camp House
  • 1923 Summer
  • Southwest Harbor
  • 11 Apple Lane
5826McMullen Quarry on Somes Sound - I
  • Image, Photograph
  • Businesses, Quarry Operation
  • 1907 c.
  • Mount Desert, Hall Quarry
This photograph was taken during the McMullen era of the quarry. - Steven Haynes - Maine Granite Industry Historical Society - 2007 The large building on the left housed the compressor. The two story building on the right had offices on the first floor and draftsmen above. The blacksmith shop was in the center of the picture. The long structure in the background was a traveling crane to carry the stone for the cutter."- MH - Mt. Desert Islander - 2007.
Description:
This photograph was taken during the McMullen era of the quarry. - Steven Haynes - Maine Granite Industry Historical Society - 2007 The large building on the left housed the compressor. The two story building on the right had offices on the first floor and draftsmen above. The blacksmith shop was in the center of the picture. The long structure in the background was a traveling crane to carry the stone for the cutter."- MH - Mt. Desert Islander - 2007. [show more]
5833Southwest Harbor High School Girls Basketball Team 1915
  • Image, Photograph
  • Organizations, School Institution
  • People
  • 1915
  • Southwest Harbor
  • 329 Main Street
Left to Right: Dorothy M. Sawyer (1902-1968) - later Mrs. Allen Gay Lora B. Mayo (1897-1949) - later Mrs. Sanford Webster Margaret Dolliver (1897-1972) - later Mrs. Herman Leslie and Mrs. Henry R. Gleckler Elizabeth F. Staples (1896-1977) - later Mrs. Reuben Harrison Lancaster Leola Gertrude Rumill (1898-1988) - later Mrs. James Elliott Clement Jr. Grace Margaret Clark (1898-1980)
Description:
Left to Right: Dorothy M. Sawyer (1902-1968) - later Mrs. Allen Gay Lora B. Mayo (1897-1949) - later Mrs. Sanford Webster Margaret Dolliver (1897-1972) - later Mrs. Herman Leslie and Mrs. Henry R. Gleckler Elizabeth F. Staples (1896-1977) - later Mrs. Reuben Harrison Lancaster Leola Gertrude Rumill (1898-1988) - later Mrs. James Elliott Clement Jr. Grace Margaret Clark (1898-1980)
5845Schooner E.T. Hamor in Somes Cove
  • Image, Photograph
  • Vessels, Ship, Sailing Ship, Schooner
  • 1889 after
  • Mount Desert, Somesville
The white building to the right was the Mount Desert House. There are three men on the boat, a man with a horse and buggy, and another team with a wagon. Wood is stacked on the shore. Onc caption for this picture says, "After discharging at the store in Somesville."
Description:
The white building to the right was the Mount Desert House. There are three men on the boat, a man with a horse and buggy, and another team with a wagon. Wood is stacked on the shore. Onc caption for this picture says, "After discharging at the store in Somesville."
5863Building the House at Mt. Desert Rock
  • Image, Photograph
  • Structures, Transportation, Lighthouse
  • 1893 PM
  • Frenchboro
  • Mount Desert Rock
5924Lawn Tennis at the Island House
  • Image, Photograph
  • Places
  • Southwest Harbor
The view is toward the head of Southwest Harbor. The house in the far background at the extreme left is the James E. Robinson house, which then occupied what is now 410 Main Street in Southwest Harbor – Map 3 – Lot 44 – MHPC #405-0145. The building to its right in the photograph is the Farnsworth Store. The house in the foreground right - behind the tennis players is: Joseph Gilman Parker Jr. House ME – SWH – Clark Point Road - 114 The tennis players were most probably guests at the Island House across Clark Point Road from where they are playing on its lawn.
Description:
The view is toward the head of Southwest Harbor. The house in the far background at the extreme left is the James E. Robinson house, which then occupied what is now 410 Main Street in Southwest Harbor – Map 3 – Lot 44 – MHPC #405-0145. The building to its right in the photograph is the Farnsworth Store. The house in the foreground right - behind the tennis players is: Joseph Gilman Parker Jr. House ME – SWH – Clark Point Road - 114 The tennis players were most probably guests at the Island House across Clark Point Road from where they are playing on its lawn. [show more]
5973Arthur L. Somes at the Counter of A.L. Somes & Son in the Second Odd Fellows Building, Southwest Harbor
  • Image, Photograph
  • Businesses, Store Business
  • People
  • 1935 c.
  • Southwest Harbor
  • 357 Main Street
6152The Manset Shore
  • Image, Photograph
  • Places, Town
  • Southwest Harbor, Manset
The Stanley House is visible in the background. The women on the street are shown with shirtwaists and long skirts. "Before the days of summer boarders, Manset, shown here, was the hub of Southwest Harbor. The only post office south of Somesville lay in this corridor, along with the customs house and shipbuilding and fishing operations… Seen here is William Ward's house, right, overlooking his wharf on the shroe, which housed his store and bowling alley. The adjacent wharf is where John L. Stanley operated his ice and fisheries businesses, and Lewis Newman's meat market lies further at the left." - Mount Desert Island - Somesville, Southwest Harbor, and Northeast Harbor by Earle G. Shettleworth Jr. and Lydia B. Vandenbergh - Images of America Series, p. 58 - 2001
Description:
The Stanley House is visible in the background. The women on the street are shown with shirtwaists and long skirts. "Before the days of summer boarders, Manset, shown here, was the hub of Southwest Harbor. The only post office south of Somesville lay in this corridor, along with the customs house and shipbuilding and fishing operations… Seen here is William Ward's house, right, overlooking his wharf on the shroe, which housed his store and bowling alley. The adjacent wharf is where John L. Stanley operated his ice and fisheries businesses, and Lewis Newman's meat market lies further at the left." - Mount Desert Island - Somesville, Southwest Harbor, and Northeast Harbor by Earle G. Shettleworth Jr. and Lydia B. Vandenbergh - Images of America Series, p. 58 - 2001 [show more]
6154The Stanley House and Manset
  • Image, Photograph
  • Structures, Commercial, Lodging, Hotel
  • 1884 after
  • Southwest Harbor, Manset
The grey shingled building to the left of center, on the shore, with a sign on its peak is Albert Bartlett's sail loft. "…there was a good deal of shipbuilding going on, the sail loft owned and operated by Albert Bartlett made the sails for the new ships and there was considerable traffic in fish." - Traditions and Records of Southwest Harbor and Somesville, Mount Desert Island, Maine by Mrs. Seth S. Thornton, p. 103 - 1938.
Description:
The grey shingled building to the left of center, on the shore, with a sign on its peak is Albert Bartlett's sail loft. "…there was a good deal of shipbuilding going on, the sail loft owned and operated by Albert Bartlett made the sails for the new ships and there was considerable traffic in fish." - Traditions and Records of Southwest Harbor and Somesville, Mount Desert Island, Maine by Mrs. Seth S. Thornton, p. 103 - 1938.
6156The Haynes Point Area on the Manset Shore
  • Image, Photograph
  • Places, Shore
  • Southwest Harbor, Manset
The photograph was probably taken from the Stanley House. The grey shingled building with sagging roof on the front left is Albert Bartlett's sail loft. The building to the left of the horizontally striped building is James Parker's fish shed. The mansard roofs of Ocean House Hotel and Cottage are visible just under the horizon. The photograph shows the Durgain shed and James Parker's Wharf.
Description:
The photograph was probably taken from the Stanley House. The grey shingled building with sagging roof on the front left is Albert Bartlett's sail loft. The building to the left of the horizontally striped building is James Parker's fish shed. The mansard roofs of Ocean House Hotel and Cottage are visible just under the horizon. The photograph shows the Durgain shed and James Parker's Wharf.
6318Steamer Norumbega - Little Girl With Crew at Southwest Harbor
  • Image, Photograph
  • People
  • Vessels, Steamboat
  • 1902 c.
  • 184 Clark Point Road
About this photo, George Bedigan wrote: "I have enclosed scan of my father’s (Jean Bedigian) discharge papers from SS Norembega. The picture in question looks to be more circa 1920 than 1902. I say that after examining the gentleman with the suit and tie. If Jean Bedigian is in the photo it would be the fourth crew member from the left. I do not have a photo of him at that time but a photo of one of his sons (attached .. soldier on the right ) has a likeness. Also he was not a tall man approx. 5’ 7”. Jean’s mother (Zois) and sister(Maria who married an American soldier) emigrated to the US after the first world war and may have settled in the area." Jean Bedigian (1885-1950)
Description:
About this photo, George Bedigan wrote: "I have enclosed scan of my father’s (Jean Bedigian) discharge papers from SS Norembega. The picture in question looks to be more circa 1920 than 1902. I say that after examining the gentleman with the suit and tie. If Jean Bedigian is in the photo it would be the fourth crew member from the left. I do not have a photo of him at that time but a photo of one of his sons (attached .. soldier on the right ) has a likeness. Also he was not a tall man approx. 5’ 7”. Jean’s mother (Zois) and sister(Maria who married an American soldier) emigrated to the US after the first world war and may have settled in the area." Jean Bedigian (1885-1950) [show more]
6330Green Mountain Railway
  • Image, Photograph
  • Transportation, Railroad
  • 1883
  • Acadia National Park, HCTPR
6428Railway Express Depot and Underwood Cannery at Steamboat Wharf
  • Image, Photograph
  • People
  • Structures, Transportation, Marine Landing, Wharf, Steamboat Wharf
  • Southwest Harbor
This item replaces item 6262. Written on back: "Steamboat Wharf - Clark Point Southwest Harbor Eastern Steamship Lines American Railway Express Agency always in Clark Family" Left to Right: Grace Clark (Carroll) Clark, Mrs. Roderick Pepper Clark (1882-1949) - in doorway Jesse Lyndon Parker (1881-1966) William Edwin Parker (1890-1962) Jack Cutter Parker (1887-1980) Roderick Pepper Clark (1880-1965) - Maine Central Railroad agent Probably George E. Dunton (1883-1969) - Eastern Steamship Company agent Unidentified man Probably Harold K. Parker (1901-) Lawrence S. Robinson (1897-1980) "Prince" at the delivery cart (horse)
Description:
This item replaces item 6262. Written on back: "Steamboat Wharf - Clark Point Southwest Harbor Eastern Steamship Lines American Railway Express Agency always in Clark Family" Left to Right: Grace Clark (Carroll) Clark, Mrs. Roderick Pepper Clark (1882-1949) - in doorway Jesse Lyndon Parker (1881-1966) William Edwin Parker (1890-1962) Jack Cutter Parker (1887-1980) Roderick Pepper Clark (1880-1965) - Maine Central Railroad agent Probably George E. Dunton (1883-1969) - Eastern Steamship Company agent Unidentified man Probably Harold K. Parker (1901-) Lawrence S. Robinson (1897-1980) "Prince" at the delivery cart (horse) [show more]
6480The Freeman House with Buggy
  • Image, Photograph
  • Structures, Commercial, Lodging, Hotel
  • Southwest Harbor
  • 9 Phillips Lane
6543Columbus Day at the Old Center Meeting House - Wednesday, October 12, 1892
  • Image, Photograph
  • Events
  • People
  • 1892-10-12
  • Tremont, Center
The 400th anniversary of Columbus' landing in America inspired the first official Columbus Day holiday in the United States. President Benjamin Harrison issued a proclamation in 1892, “recommending to the people the observance in all their localities of the 400th anniversary of the discovery of America…” and describing Columbus as “the pioneer of progress and enlightenment.” On the four hundredth anniversary teachers, preachers, poets and politicians used Columbus Day rituals to teach ideals of patriotism. These patriotic rituals were framed around themes such as support for war, citizenship boundaries, the importance of loyalty to the nation, and celebrating social progress. Columbus Day first became an official state holiday in Colorado in 1906, and became a federal holiday in 1937. Celebrants in this photograph of the 1892 anniversary are dressed in their best wool and satin. Many of the children are holding flags and several of them sport berets made of starred fabric. One young woman holds a violin. Left to Right: as originally written in Eleanor Mayo's notes. Charles "Charlie" Andrew Hodgdon (1874-1907) Arthur Heslyn Rumill (1883-1948) Herbert G. Butler (1883-1942) Serena "Rena" W. Stanley (1882-1977) - later Mrs. Clarence Hadlock Spurling Nida Seavey (1883-1947) - later Mrs. Eugene Sylvester Murphy Vilda E. Stanley (1886-) - Mrs. Arthur Stanley Rowe Phoebe Elizabeth Walls (1885-1974) - later Mrs. Chester Calvin Robbins Oscar R. Harper (1886-) William Lawton Butler (1877-1943) Deda Belle Dow (1866-1935) - Mrs. James Albert Gray Phoebe Hodgdon (1858-1930) - Mrs. Henry N. Robbins May A. Dow (1856-1905) Unknown May Butler Harper Myra J. Farrell (1884-1931) - later Mrs. George W. Butler Bertie Norwood Sophia Dow Unknown Unknown Clinton Gray (1887-1949) Mildred "Millie" G. Butler (1887-1969) - later Mrs. George Henry Freeman Neal Lester Farrell (1889-) Jane "Janie" Anne Ober (1888-1969) - later Mrs. Chester Arthur Butler Foster Farrell Susie Robinson (1883-) - later Mrs. Winfield Norwood Wesley Bassett Dow (1888-) Martha "Mattie" A. Dow (1884-) - Mrs. LaBelle Sadie F. Young (1878-1929) - later Mrs. Harlow Harper Murphy Bennett Stanley Ellen Kenny (1837-1909) - Mrs. William Ober Jr. Charles William Hodgdon (1889-) Winfield "Win" McClellan Dow (1863-1900) William Alphonso "Phon" Farrell (1855-) Olive M. Nutter (1864-) - Mrs. William Alphonso Farrell Ethel M. Reed (1883-) Delmont Harper Murphy (1883-1963) Teacher - Mrs. Rich ? Albert "Bert" Winfield Dow (1876-) Unknown Unknown Unknown Anna R. Robinson (1859-) - Mr. Harmon Ida M. Leonard (1877-) Mattie Seavey Brown Capt. Stephen Billings (1833-1909) William "Will" O. Hodgdon (1856-1922) or William A. Hodgdon (1852-) George Ripley Fuller (1857-1937) Carie B. Ober (1862-1932) - Mrs. William Frederick Stanley and Gerald Kenneth Stanley (1890-1919) Unknown Unknown Josie A. Billings (1872-1936) - Mrs. Elmer B. Stanley Will Murphy Abbie Belle Dow (1877-) Dora Farrell Harper Unknown Lucretia "Cretia" S. Bartlett (1873-1957) - Mrs. Alton Abner Pomroy Unknown Abbie T. Ober (1877-1897) "Mrs. Phippen's sister who died" Unknown Viola M. Dow (1878-) Ida S. Bartlett (1870-1946) - Mrs. Charles L. Bartlett Lydia Black Ober (1836-) Mrs. William Johnson Farrell Fannie Ellen Ober (1868-) Mrs. Loren Calvin Herrick Margaret Maker (1847-1928) - Mrs. Richard E. Seavey Mr. Warman - Minister Fannie Ellen Ober (1868-) - "also number 30" Unknown Lurena "Nina" Hodgdon (1882-1967) - sister to Charles William Hodgdon Clara A. Robbins (1853-1930) - Mrs. Shubeal Norton Dow Martha Elva Robbins (1855-1945) - Mrs. John Leonard Stanley John Leonard Stanley (1855-1898) Mary Jane Hodgdon Hannah Stewart Dow (1836-1914) - Mrs. Stephen Billings Unknown Mame L. Galley (1869-) - Mrs. Clinton H. Gray Lennie Stanley (1890-1973) - later Mrs. Hayden and Mrs. William Andrew Clark Zulma Spurling Stanley (1833-1913) Mabelle "Belle" Iola Ober (1876-1950) - later Mrs. Charles Andrew Hodgdon Unknown Unknown William Wallace Hodgdon (1834-1904) Unknown Gilbert "Gill" Hodgdon (1845-1915) and child Fannie E. Billings (1862-1948) - Mrs. Edward C. Harper Harry Victor Seavey (1878-1956) Lena E. Schuman (1845-1933) - Mrs. Andrew J, Butler - the older woman at the far right of the photograph - at the corner of the building. Mabel Harriet Gray (1884-1939) - later Mrs. Delmont Harper Murphy - "just behind Janie"
Description:
The 400th anniversary of Columbus' landing in America inspired the first official Columbus Day holiday in the United States. President Benjamin Harrison issued a proclamation in 1892, “recommending to the people the observance in all their localities of the 400th anniversary of the discovery of America…” and describing Columbus as “the pioneer of progress and enlightenment.” On the four hundredth anniversary teachers, preachers, poets and politicians used Columbus Day rituals to teach ideals of patriotism. These patriotic rituals were framed around themes such as support for war, citizenship boundaries, the importance of loyalty to the nation, and celebrating social progress. Columbus Day first became an official state holiday in Colorado in 1906, and became a federal holiday in 1937. Celebrants in this photograph of the 1892 anniversary are dressed in their best wool and satin. Many of the children are holding flags and several of them sport berets made of starred fabric. One young woman holds a violin. Left to Right: as originally written in Eleanor Mayo's notes. Charles "Charlie" Andrew Hodgdon (1874-1907) Arthur Heslyn Rumill (1883-1948) Herbert G. Butler (1883-1942) Serena "Rena" W. Stanley (1882-1977) - later Mrs. Clarence Hadlock Spurling Nida Seavey (1883-1947) - later Mrs. Eugene Sylvester Murphy Vilda E. Stanley (1886-) - Mrs. Arthur Stanley Rowe Phoebe Elizabeth Walls (1885-1974) - later Mrs. Chester Calvin Robbins Oscar R. Harper (1886-) William Lawton Butler (1877-1943) Deda Belle Dow (1866-1935) - Mrs. James Albert Gray Phoebe Hodgdon (1858-1930) - Mrs. Henry N. Robbins May A. Dow (1856-1905) Unknown May Butler Harper Myra J. Farrell (1884-1931) - later Mrs. George W. Butler Bertie Norwood Sophia Dow Unknown Unknown Clinton Gray (1887-1949) Mildred "Millie" G. Butler (1887-1969) - later Mrs. George Henry Freeman Neal Lester Farrell (1889-) Jane "Janie" Anne Ober (1888-1969) - later Mrs. Chester Arthur Butler Foster Farrell Susie Robinson (1883-) - later Mrs. Winfield Norwood Wesley Bassett Dow (1888-) Martha "Mattie" A. Dow (1884-) - Mrs. LaBelle Sadie F. Young (1878-1929) - later Mrs. Harlow Harper Murphy Bennett Stanley Ellen Kenny (1837-1909) - Mrs. William Ober Jr. Charles William Hodgdon (1889-) Winfield "Win" McClellan Dow (1863-1900) William Alphonso "Phon" Farrell (1855-) Olive M. Nutter (1864-) - Mrs. William Alphonso Farrell Ethel M. Reed (1883-) Delmont Harper Murphy (1883-1963) Teacher - Mrs. Rich ? Albert "Bert" Winfield Dow (1876-) Unknown Unknown Unknown Anna R. Robinson (1859-) - Mr. Harmon Ida M. Leonard (1877-) Mattie Seavey Brown Capt. Stephen Billings (1833-1909) William "Will" O. Hodgdon (1856-1922) or William A. Hodgdon (1852-) George Ripley Fuller (1857-1937) Carie B. Ober (1862-1932) - Mrs. William Frederick Stanley and Gerald Kenneth Stanley (1890-1919) Unknown Unknown Josie A. Billings (1872-1936) - Mrs. Elmer B. Stanley Will Murphy Abbie Belle Dow (1877-) Dora Farrell Harper Unknown Lucretia "Cretia" S. Bartlett (1873-1957) - Mrs. Alton Abner Pomroy Unknown Abbie T. Ober (1877-1897) "Mrs. Phippen's sister who died" Unknown Viola M. Dow (1878-) Ida S. Bartlett (1870-1946) - Mrs. Charles L. Bartlett Lydia Black Ober (1836-) Mrs. William Johnson Farrell Fannie Ellen Ober (1868-) Mrs. Loren Calvin Herrick Margaret Maker (1847-1928) - Mrs. Richard E. Seavey Mr. Warman - Minister Fannie Ellen Ober (1868-) - "also number 30" Unknown Lurena "Nina" Hodgdon (1882-1967) - sister to Charles William Hodgdon Clara A. Robbins (1853-1930) - Mrs. Shubeal Norton Dow Martha Elva Robbins (1855-1945) - Mrs. John Leonard Stanley John Leonard Stanley (1855-1898) Mary Jane Hodgdon Hannah Stewart Dow (1836-1914) - Mrs. Stephen Billings Unknown Mame L. Galley (1869-) - Mrs. Clinton H. Gray Lennie Stanley (1890-1973) - later Mrs. Hayden and Mrs. William Andrew Clark Zulma Spurling Stanley (1833-1913) Mabelle "Belle" Iola Ober (1876-1950) - later Mrs. Charles Andrew Hodgdon Unknown Unknown William Wallace Hodgdon (1834-1904) Unknown Gilbert "Gill" Hodgdon (1845-1915) and child Fannie E. Billings (1862-1948) - Mrs. Edward C. Harper Harry Victor Seavey (1878-1956) Lena E. Schuman (1845-1933) - Mrs. Andrew J, Butler - the older woman at the far right of the photograph - at the corner of the building. Mabel Harriet Gray (1884-1939) - later Mrs. Delmont Harper Murphy - "just behind Janie" [show more]
6689Deacon Henry Higgins Clark and the Staff of the Island House Hotel
  • Image, Photograph
  • People
  • 1886 c.
  • Southwest Harbor
Four Standing Men in Back Row - Left to Right: Sullivan Edgar Gilley - later married Louise Amelia Sachs Eben Hodgkins Admiral Unknown or Unknown Admiral Eben Richardson (1863-1940) - later married Elminia Mariah Savage Nine Standing Women in Middle Row - Left to Right: Unknown Lida Ellen (Clark) Cousins - Mrs. Osborne W. Cousins (1864-1951) Unknown Unknown Unknown Lena A. Tinker - later Mrs. Wilder Blanchard Robbins (1866-1926) - in sixth place Unknown Unknown Unknown Nine Seated Women and Children in Front Row: Elizabeth Belle [Jacob Schoppy Mayo dau.] Holmes - Mrs. William Herbert Holmes (1860-1930) - Island House cook Unknown Unknown Probably Ada Eldora (Clark) Parker - Mrs. William Gilman Parker (1850-1917), daughter of Deacon Clark Unknown Josephine (Clark) Stanley - Mrs. Charles E. Stanley (1848-1926), daughter of Deacon Clark Unknown Unknown Unknown Deacon Henry Higgins Clark (1811-1897), wearing a hat, is seated in front of the group with his arms crossed.
Description:
Four Standing Men in Back Row - Left to Right: Sullivan Edgar Gilley - later married Louise Amelia Sachs Eben Hodgkins Admiral Unknown or Unknown Admiral Eben Richardson (1863-1940) - later married Elminia Mariah Savage Nine Standing Women in Middle Row - Left to Right: Unknown Lida Ellen (Clark) Cousins - Mrs. Osborne W. Cousins (1864-1951) Unknown Unknown Unknown Lena A. Tinker - later Mrs. Wilder Blanchard Robbins (1866-1926) - in sixth place Unknown Unknown Unknown Nine Seated Women and Children in Front Row: Elizabeth Belle [Jacob Schoppy Mayo dau.] Holmes - Mrs. William Herbert Holmes (1860-1930) - Island House cook Unknown Unknown Probably Ada Eldora (Clark) Parker - Mrs. William Gilman Parker (1850-1917), daughter of Deacon Clark Unknown Josephine (Clark) Stanley - Mrs. Charles E. Stanley (1848-1926), daughter of Deacon Clark Unknown Unknown Unknown Deacon Henry Higgins Clark (1811-1897), wearing a hat, is seated in front of the group with his arms crossed. [show more]
10674Orman Charles Worcester, Alton Elwell Tundy and Roscoe D. Worcester at Trundy's Store in Southwest Harbor, Maine
  • Image, Photograph
  • Businesses, Store Business
  • People
  • 1940
  • Southwest Harbor
  • 4 Clark Point Road
Left to right: Worcester - Orman Charles Worcester (1901-1994) Trundy - Alton Elwell Trundy (1903-1978) Worcester - Roscoe D. Worcester (1914-2005)
Description:
Left to right: Worcester - Orman Charles Worcester (1901-1994) Trundy - Alton Elwell Trundy (1903-1978) Worcester - Roscoe D. Worcester (1914-2005)
10962Students at the Southwest Harbor School with Teacher
  • Image, Photograph
  • Organizations, School Institution
  • People
  • 1900 c.
  • Southwest Harbor
  • 329 Main Street
While the photograph is old and in disrepair, up close the desks and chairs can be seen to shine indicating that, if not new, they were at least kept very clean. The side wall on the left of this old school was constructed of boards tightly nailed together. The back wall was painted brick. The drawings of children with pinafores, pinned to the left wall, were done by the children and in crayon. We know that the photograph was taken in October from the owls and black cats and autumn leaf décor, still universally used in school rooms around Halloween. Students Rows Left to Right - Front to Back: First Row on Left: Unknown girl Unknown girl Unknown girl Unknown girl Teacher - standing Second Row: Marian F. Clark (1893-1973) Unknown boy Unknown girl Unknown girl Unknown boy Third Row: Unknown girl Unknown girl Unknown boy Unknown girl Unknown girl Fourth Row Far Right: Unknown boy Unknown boy Unknown girl Unknown boy Unknown boy Unknown boy
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While the photograph is old and in disrepair, up close the desks and chairs can be seen to shine indicating that, if not new, they were at least kept very clean. The side wall on the left of this old school was constructed of boards tightly nailed together. The back wall was painted brick. The drawings of children with pinafores, pinned to the left wall, were done by the children and in crayon. We know that the photograph was taken in October from the owls and black cats and autumn leaf décor, still universally used in school rooms around Halloween. Students Rows Left to Right - Front to Back: First Row on Left: Unknown girl Unknown girl Unknown girl Unknown girl Teacher - standing Second Row: Marian F. Clark (1893-1973) Unknown boy Unknown girl Unknown girl Unknown boy Third Row: Unknown girl Unknown girl Unknown boy Unknown girl Unknown girl Fourth Row Far Right: Unknown boy Unknown boy Unknown girl Unknown boy Unknown boy Unknown boy [show more]
11155Washing the Bottom of Dragger Rhode Island at Southwest Harbor Town Dock
  • Image, Photograph
  • Vessels, Commercial Fishing Vessel, Net Fishing Vessel, Dragger
  • Ballard - Willis Humphreys Ballard (1906-1980)
  • Southwest Harbor
  • 178 Clark Point Road