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12324Boat Under Construction at Southwest Boat Corporation
  • Image, Photograph
  • Vessels, Boat
12332Unknown Boat Under Construction at Southwest Boat Corporation
  • Image, Photograph
  • Vessels, Boat
12143New Buildings at Jackson Memorial Laboratory
  • Image, Photograph
  • Businesses, Other Business
  • Structures, Other Structures
  • Ballard - Willis Humphreys Ballard (1906-1980)
  • 1949-02-15
  • 600 Main Street
The Kebo Valley Club Race Track is visible behind the newly constructed buildings at the Jackson Lab. Originally the site of Robin Hood Park.
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The Kebo Valley Club Race Track is visible behind the newly constructed buildings at the Jackson Lab. Originally the site of Robin Hood Park.
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)
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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]
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)
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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]
11300Harbor View Motel - Nearing Completion
  • Image, Photograph
  • Structures, Commercial, Lodging, Motel
  • Ballard - Willis Humphreys Ballard (1906-1980)
  • 1953-04-09
  • 11 Ocean Way
12600Main Street Looking South
  • Image, Photograph, Digital Photograph
  • Places, Town
  • Soules - George John Soules
  • 2015-04-19
On the left is McEachern & Hutchins Hardware Store and the Second Masonic Hall. The right side of the street (from near to far) shows the corner of the wall in front of the Southwest Harbor Public Library, Little Notch Pizza and part of Sawyer's Market in the Lawler Building, the First National Bank, and the Carroll Building.
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On the left is McEachern & Hutchins Hardware Store and the Second Masonic Hall. The right side of the street (from near to far) shows the corner of the wall in front of the Southwest Harbor Public Library, Little Notch Pizza and part of Sawyer's Market in the Lawler Building, the First National Bank, and the Carroll Building.
12052Ernest T. Richardson's Maplewood Lunch and Tourist Camps
  • Image, Photograph, Negative
  • Places, Camp
  • Structures, Commercial, Lodging, Motel
  • Ballard - Willis Humphreys Ballard (1906-1980)
  • 1935-09-02
  • 1281 Main Street (Route 102)
Automobiles: Far left – 1931 Packard Coupe Middle – 1933 or 1934 Ford 2 Door Sedan Right – 1934 Hudson Sedan
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Automobiles: Far left – 1931 Packard Coupe Middle – 1933 or 1934 Ford 2 Door Sedan Right – 1934 Hudson Sedan
27381607 Map of the Coast of Maine
  • Map, Base Map
  • Places
  • 1607
From "Descripsion Des Costs & Isles De La Nouvelle France, Faict et Observes par Le Sr. de Champlain." Pen-and-ink with green wash on vellum - shows coast of North America from western Nova Scotia to Cape Cod.
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From "Descripsion Des Costs & Isles De La Nouvelle France, Faict et Observes par Le Sr. de Champlain." Pen-and-ink with green wash on vellum - shows coast of North America from western Nova Scotia to Cape Cod.
14430The Soldier in Our Civil War
  • Publication, Literary, Article
  • People
Two illustrations in part of an article titled "The Soldier in Our Civil War". The illustrations depict: "Scene of the Fight Between Detachments of the Sixth Corps. General Wright, and Rode's and Gordon's Divisions of Ewell's Corps. at Fort Stevens, Washington, D.D. July 12th, 1864. From a Sketch by E. F. Mullen." "The Fifth Army Corps Awaiting the Order to Advance, After the Explosion of the Mine, Petersburg, July 30th, 1864."
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Two illustrations in part of an article titled "The Soldier in Our Civil War". The illustrations depict: "Scene of the Fight Between Detachments of the Sixth Corps. General Wright, and Rode's and Gordon's Divisions of Ewell's Corps. at Fort Stevens, Washington, D.D. July 12th, 1864. From a Sketch by E. F. Mullen." "The Fifth Army Corps Awaiting the Order to Advance, After the Explosion of the Mine, Petersburg, July 30th, 1864." [show more]