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9494Champlain Society Members at Camp Pemetic
  • Image, Photograph
  • People
  • Places, Camp
  • Slade - Marshall Perry Slade (1861-1950)
  • 1880
  • Mount Desert
From Left to Right: Samuel Atkins Eliot II (1862-1950) - Meteorologist & "Hunter" - 17 years old in 1880. Samuel was the brother of Charles Eliot George Bradford Dunbar (1860-1929) - "Hunter" - 20 years old in 1880 - holding saw and hatchet. George was brother to William Dunbar. John Lathrop Wakefield (1859-1949) - Botanist - 20 years old in 1880. John was brother to Frank Mortimer Wakefield and a first cousin of Edward and Henry Rand. Charles Eliot (1859-1897) - Director - 20 years old in 1880 - with sunglasses. William Harrison Dunbar (1862-?) - "Hunter"- 17 years old in 1880. William and George Dunbar were brothers. William is carrying a vasculum for collecting botanical specimens. Orrin A. Donnell (1859-1942) - Seaman - 21 years old in 1880 - standing with oar. Ernest Lovering (1859-1932) - "Hunter"- 20 years old in 1880. vas·cu·lum n. (pl. -la ) Bot. a collecting box for plants, typically in the form of a flattened cylindrical metal case with a lengthwise opening, carried by a shoulder strap. - "vasculum." The Oxford Pocket Dictionary of Current English. 2009. Encyclopedia.com. (March 16, 2010). http://www.encyclopedia.com/doc/1O999-vasculum.html. To see what a vasculum looks like see Item 5316.
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From Left to Right: Samuel Atkins Eliot II (1862-1950) - Meteorologist & "Hunter" - 17 years old in 1880. Samuel was the brother of Charles Eliot George Bradford Dunbar (1860-1929) - "Hunter" - 20 years old in 1880 - holding saw and hatchet. George was brother to William Dunbar. John Lathrop Wakefield (1859-1949) - Botanist - 20 years old in 1880. John was brother to Frank Mortimer Wakefield and a first cousin of Edward and Henry Rand. Charles Eliot (1859-1897) - Director - 20 years old in 1880 - with sunglasses. William Harrison Dunbar (1862-?) - "Hunter"- 17 years old in 1880. William and George Dunbar were brothers. William is carrying a vasculum for collecting botanical specimens. Orrin A. Donnell (1859-1942) - Seaman - 21 years old in 1880 - standing with oar. Ernest Lovering (1859-1932) - "Hunter"- 20 years old in 1880. vas·cu·lum n. (pl. -la ) Bot. a collecting box for plants, typically in the form of a flattened cylindrical metal case with a lengthwise opening, carried by a shoulder strap. - "vasculum." The Oxford Pocket Dictionary of Current English. 2009. Encyclopedia.com. (March 16, 2010). http://www.encyclopedia.com/doc/1O999-vasculum.html. To see what a vasculum looks like see Item 5316. [show more]
11770View of the Shorefront at Bar Harbor from the West End Hotel
  • Image, Photograph, Photographic Print
  • Places, Shore
  • Places, Town
  • Pollock - Charles Pollock (1828-1900)
  • 1882
  • Bar Harbor, Eden
This photograph was probably from an 1882 series of photographic views of New Hampshire and Maine published by Charles Pollock. The series included four views of Bar Harbor.
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This photograph was probably from an 1882 series of photographic views of New Hampshire and Maine published by Charles Pollock. The series included four views of Bar Harbor.
6330Green Mountain Railway
  • Image, Photograph
  • Transportation, Railroad
  • 1883
  • Acadia National Park, HCTPR
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.
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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.
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
6047The Original Ocean House - Draped for a Patriotic Celebration
  • Image, Photograph, Photographic Print, Stereograph
  • Structures, Commercial, Lodging, Hotel
  • 1885 c.
  • Southwest Harbor, Manset
  • 5 Ocean House Road
This photograph shows the original hotel decorated with flags and bunting, probably for the Fourth of July. One of the turrets from the Durgain house is visible.
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This photograph shows the original hotel decorated with flags and bunting, probably for the Fourth of July. One of the turrets from the Durgain house is visible.
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.
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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]
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]
11828Group Photo of Teacher and Students, Including Seven Carroll Children, at the Norwood Cove School
  • Image, Photograph
  • People
  • Structures, Institutional, School
  • 1888 c.
  • Southwest Harbor
  • 25 Fernald Point Road
5906The Mountain House - Jacob and Rebecca Carroll and their Children, Southwest Harbor
  • Image, Photograph, Photographic Print
  • People
  • Structures, Dwellings, House
  • Pepper - Charles H. Pepper Jr. (1866-1889)
  • 1888-07-15
  • Southwest Harbor
The only known photograph of Jacob and Rebecca Carroll and their family. "July 18, 1888…Pepper came up here [to the Mountain House] Sunday and took a picture of our family group…" - The Gertrude Whitmore Carroll Journal, Researched and Compiled by Ralph W. Stanley, p. 11 - 1888-1917. Left to right: Sarah Tenney Carroll (1880-1960) - later Mrs. Wilford Howard Kittredge Nell Rebecca Carroll (1871-1958) - later Mrs. Seth Sprague Thornton Father - Jacob William Carroll - seated (1830-1899) William Lloyd Carroll - on Jacob's lap (1884-1971) - later married Margaret Ellen McManus Grace Clark Carroll (1882-1949) - later Mrs. Roderick Pepper Clark Gertrude Whitmore Carroll (1873-1917) John Carroll (1875-1964) - later married Viola Benson Tracy Fannie "Fan" Edith Carroll (1874-1890) Alice Carroll (1879-1964) - later Mrs. Fred Eaton Young Katherine "Kate" Carroll (1877-?) - later Mrs. George Edwin Bacon Mother - Rebecca Whitmore Lurvey Carroll - seated (1844-1916) Anna Beatrice Carroll - on Rebecca's lap (1887-1974) - later Mrs. Carl Edward Kelley Enoch "Ene" Edwin Lurvey - seated (1868-1929) - later married Lena E. Bridges Enoch Edwin Lurvey was the son of Rebecca Whitmore Lurvey Carroll and her first husband, Enoch Lurvey Jr.
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The only known photograph of Jacob and Rebecca Carroll and their family. "July 18, 1888…Pepper came up here [to the Mountain House] Sunday and took a picture of our family group…" - The Gertrude Whitmore Carroll Journal, Researched and Compiled by Ralph W. Stanley, p. 11 - 1888-1917. Left to right: Sarah Tenney Carroll (1880-1960) - later Mrs. Wilford Howard Kittredge Nell Rebecca Carroll (1871-1958) - later Mrs. Seth Sprague Thornton Father - Jacob William Carroll - seated (1830-1899) William Lloyd Carroll - on Jacob's lap (1884-1971) - later married Margaret Ellen McManus Grace Clark Carroll (1882-1949) - later Mrs. Roderick Pepper Clark Gertrude Whitmore Carroll (1873-1917) John Carroll (1875-1964) - later married Viola Benson Tracy Fannie "Fan" Edith Carroll (1874-1890) Alice Carroll (1879-1964) - later Mrs. Fred Eaton Young Katherine "Kate" Carroll (1877-?) - later Mrs. George Edwin Bacon Mother - Rebecca Whitmore Lurvey Carroll - seated (1844-1916) Anna Beatrice Carroll - on Rebecca's lap (1887-1974) - later Mrs. Carl Edward Kelley Enoch "Ene" Edwin Lurvey - seated (1868-1929) - later married Lena E. Bridges Enoch Edwin Lurvey was the son of Rebecca Whitmore Lurvey Carroll and her first husband, Enoch Lurvey Jr. [show more]
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."
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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."
6199The Mackerel Fleet in Southwest Harbor
  • Image, Photograph, Photographic Print
  • Vessels, Ship, Sailing Ship, Schooner
  • 1890 c.
  • Southwest Harbor
5316Edward Lothrop Rand and Group at High Head
  • Image, Photograph, Photographic Print, Albumen Print
  • People
  • Rand - Henry Lathrop Rand (1862-1945)
  • 1890-09-01
  • Mount Desert Island
Four men and four women are shown resting on a day's outing. The women are dressed for the country - complete with hats. Botanist, Edward Lathrop Rand, on the far right, is wearing elaborately buckled gaiters and carries his vasculum for collecting botanical specimens.
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Four men and four women are shown resting on a day's outing. The women are dressed for the country - complete with hats. Botanist, Edward Lathrop Rand, on the far right, is wearing elaborately buckled gaiters and carries his vasculum for collecting botanical specimens.
5317Edward Lothrop Rand and Buckboard Party on High Head
  • Image, Photograph, Photographic Print, Albumen Print
  • Nature, Animals
  • People
  • Rand - Henry Lathrop Rand (1862-1945)
  • 1890-09-01
  • Mount Desert Island
Four men and four women are shown off for a day's outing. The ninth man is the buckboard driver. Edward Lothrop Rand is standing by the buckboard carrying his vasculum for collecting botanicl specimens. vas·cu·lum n. (pl. -la ) Bot. a collecting box for plants, typically in the form of a flattened cylindrical metal case with a lengthwise opening, carried by a shoulder strap. - "vasculum." The Oxford Pocket Dictionary of Current English. 2009. Encyclopedia.com. (March 16, 2010). http://www.encyclopedia.com/doc/1O999-vasculum.html.
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Four men and four women are shown off for a day's outing. The ninth man is the buckboard driver. Edward Lothrop Rand is standing by the buckboard carrying his vasculum for collecting botanicl specimens. vas·cu·lum n. (pl. -la ) Bot. a collecting box for plants, typically in the form of a flattened cylindrical metal case with a lengthwise opening, carried by a shoulder strap. - "vasculum." The Oxford Pocket Dictionary of Current English. 2009. Encyclopedia.com. (March 16, 2010). http://www.encyclopedia.com/doc/1O999-vasculum.html. [show more]
5182"On the Scow" at Deacon's Cove
  • Image, Photograph, Photographic Print, Albumen Print
  • People
  • Structures, Transportation, Marine Landing, Wharf
  • Vessels, Boat
  • Rand - Henry Lathrop Rand (1862-1945)
  • 1892-08-13
  • Southwest Harbor
Left to right: Fred Cutter Parker Melissa C. Lawton Jack Cutter Parker William Edwin Parker The little girl is Millie Lawton - she would have been about nine years old when this picture was taken.
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Left to right: Fred Cutter Parker Melissa C. Lawton Jack Cutter Parker William Edwin Parker The little girl is Millie Lawton - she would have been about nine years old when this picture was taken.
5063The Dolliver Brothers Cleaning Fish at Seawall
  • Image, Photograph, Photographic Print, Albumen Print
  • People
  • Places, Shore
  • Rand - Henry Lathrop Rand (1862-1945)
  • 1892-08-18
  • Southwest Harbor, Manset
Edward T. Dolliver and William H. Dolliver
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Edward T. Dolliver and William H. Dolliver
5412The Island House
  • Image, Photograph, Photographic Print, Albumen Print
  • Structures, Commercial, Lodging, Hotel
  • Rand - Henry Lathrop Rand (1862-1945)
  • 1892-08-26
  • Southwest Harbor
  • 121-127 Clark Point Road
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"
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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]
5863Building the House at Mt. Desert Rock
  • Image, Photograph
  • Structures, Transportation, Lighthouse
  • 1893 PM
  • Frenchboro
  • Mount Desert Rock
5058The Claremont Hotel Dock After the Sail Boat Race
  • Image, Photograph, Photographic Print, Albumen Print
  • Structures, Transportation, Marine Landing, Dock
  • Rand - Henry Lathrop Rand (1862-1945)
  • 1893-08-19
  • Southwest Harbor
  • 20 Claremont Road
The house in the distance on Fernald Point is the Rev. Oliver Fernald house.
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The house in the distance on Fernald Point is the Rev. Oliver Fernald house.
5090Fleet of Offshore Fishing Schooners - The Mackerel Fleet in Southwest Harbor, Maine
  • Image, Photograph
  • Places, Harbor
  • Vessels, Ship, Sailing Ship, Schooner
  • Neal - George Arthur Neal (1872-1939)
  • 1895 c.
  • Southwest Harbor
The view is from the Pemetic Hotel (The Castle) and, on the Southwest Harbor side, shows the Clarence Clark (Ellsbert/Heilaka) house left foreground. The long roofed building in the center, next to the harbor, a bowling alley after World War II - currently the Hamilton Marine building. The building on the right with the striped roof is the firm of Clark & Parker/Manset Marine Supply Co./ and the Oceanarium since 1979. The Oceanarium is the oldest commercial building on Clark Point - the only one extant except the Clarence Clark House. The Manset shore is in the background with discernible landmarks, including the Manset Union Church, the Stanley wharf, the early Stanley House and numerous commercial buildings on the Shore Road. There are about 30 schooners visible in the harbor and tied up at the wharves. - Identifications by Meredith Hutchins - 2006
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The view is from the Pemetic Hotel (The Castle) and, on the Southwest Harbor side, shows the Clarence Clark (Ellsbert/Heilaka) house left foreground. The long roofed building in the center, next to the harbor, a bowling alley after World War II - currently the Hamilton Marine building. The building on the right with the striped roof is the firm of Clark & Parker/Manset Marine Supply Co./ and the Oceanarium since 1979. The Oceanarium is the oldest commercial building on Clark Point - the only one extant except the Clarence Clark House. The Manset shore is in the background with discernible landmarks, including the Manset Union Church, the Stanley wharf, the early Stanley House and numerous commercial buildings on the Shore Road. There are about 30 schooners visible in the harbor and tied up at the wharves. - Identifications by Meredith Hutchins - 2006 [show more]
6100The Southwest Harbor Public Library
  • Image, Photograph
  • Structures, Civic, Library
  • Neal - George Arthur Neal (1872-1939)
  • 1896 c.
  • Southwest Harbor
  • 338 Main Street
Shows wooden sidewalk and two maple saplings.
Description:
Shows wooden sidewalk and two maple saplings.
6974Ina Caroline Cad Robinson Lawler, Mrs. Allen Jacob Lawler and Students at Manset School Spring Picnic
  • Image, Photograph
  • People
  • Ralph - John C. Ralph (1868-1949)
  • 1898
  • Southwest Harbor
Back Row - Left to Right: 1 - Holsie Walls 2 - Derby Stanley (1886-1947) 3 - William Knowles (1888-1965) 4 - James Everett Parker (1890-1972) 5 - Herman Leslie Smith (1886-1969) 6 - Helen T. Clark (1886-1652) - Later Mrs. Fred William Lawton 7 - Ethel M. King (1884-1971) - Later Mrs. Lyle Dennis Newman Teacher - Ina Caroline (Robinson) Lawler - Mrs. Allen Jacob Lawler (1865-1959) Third Row from Front - Left to Right: 1 - Bessie T. Moore - Later Mrs. Twaddle of Bangor. 2 - Abbie Torrey (1889-1982) - Later Mrs. Wellington C. Robbins 3 - Franklin Gilbert Smith? (1889-) 4 - Unknown 5 - Unknown 6 - Lottie Rea King (1890-1957) - Later Mrs. Howard Milton Reed 7 - Marion E. Newman (1890-1976) - Later Mrs. Fred W. Wescott 8 - Inez M. Torrey (1887-1953) - Later Mrs. Arthur E. Ginn Second Row from Front - Left to Right: 1 - Unknown Dolliver 2 - Uldene V. Fernald (1891-1984) - Later Mrs. Millard F. Farrar 3 - Andrew W. Bennett (1892-) - Later married Carrie Evelyn Ralph 4 - Unknown Dolliver 5 - Florence M. Parker (1895-1906) 6 - Chester S. Gray (1892-1969) 7 - Edward Harold "Harry" Bennett (1890-1965) 8 - Blanche Elizabeth Staples (1892-1956) - Later Mrs. Harry W. Sprague 9 - Celia Maud Wilson (1888-1961) - Later Mrs. George E. Hamilton Front Row - Left to Right: 1 - "Charlotte Lurvey's Aunt" - probably Dorothy Bernice Lurvey (1893-1975) - Later Mrs. William W. Colby 2 - Unknown 3 - Milton F. Torrey? (1893-1932) 4 - Mary "Mamie" Lena Bennett (1894-1977) - Later Mrs. Charles Henry Rich 5 - "Charlotte Lurvey's Uncle" - probably Reginald Lurvey (1890-) 6 - Clifton R. Foss (1890-1937) 7 - Christopher Wendell Lawlor (1893-1956) - son of teacher - Ina Caroline (Robinson) Lawler
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Back Row - Left to Right: 1 - Holsie Walls 2 - Derby Stanley (1886-1947) 3 - William Knowles (1888-1965) 4 - James Everett Parker (1890-1972) 5 - Herman Leslie Smith (1886-1969) 6 - Helen T. Clark (1886-1652) - Later Mrs. Fred William Lawton 7 - Ethel M. King (1884-1971) - Later Mrs. Lyle Dennis Newman Teacher - Ina Caroline (Robinson) Lawler - Mrs. Allen Jacob Lawler (1865-1959) Third Row from Front - Left to Right: 1 - Bessie T. Moore - Later Mrs. Twaddle of Bangor. 2 - Abbie Torrey (1889-1982) - Later Mrs. Wellington C. Robbins 3 - Franklin Gilbert Smith? (1889-) 4 - Unknown 5 - Unknown 6 - Lottie Rea King (1890-1957) - Later Mrs. Howard Milton Reed 7 - Marion E. Newman (1890-1976) - Later Mrs. Fred W. Wescott 8 - Inez M. Torrey (1887-1953) - Later Mrs. Arthur E. Ginn Second Row from Front - Left to Right: 1 - Unknown Dolliver 2 - Uldene V. Fernald (1891-1984) - Later Mrs. Millard F. Farrar 3 - Andrew W. Bennett (1892-) - Later married Carrie Evelyn Ralph 4 - Unknown Dolliver 5 - Florence M. Parker (1895-1906) 6 - Chester S. Gray (1892-1969) 7 - Edward Harold "Harry" Bennett (1890-1965) 8 - Blanche Elizabeth Staples (1892-1956) - Later Mrs. Harry W. Sprague 9 - Celia Maud Wilson (1888-1961) - Later Mrs. George E. Hamilton Front Row - Left to Right: 1 - "Charlotte Lurvey's Aunt" - probably Dorothy Bernice Lurvey (1893-1975) - Later Mrs. William W. Colby 2 - Unknown 3 - Milton F. Torrey? (1893-1932) 4 - Mary "Mamie" Lena Bennett (1894-1977) - Later Mrs. Charles Henry Rich 5 - "Charlotte Lurvey's Uncle" - probably Reginald Lurvey (1890-) 6 - Clifton R. Foss (1890-1937) 7 - Christopher Wendell Lawlor (1893-1956) - son of teacher - Ina Caroline (Robinson) Lawler [show more]
11020Ina Caroline Cad Robinson Lawler, Mrs. Allen Jacob Lawler and Students at Manset School
  • Image, Photograph, Photographic Print
  • People
  • Higgins - John Cheever Higgins (1845-1895)
  • 1898 c.
  • Southwest Harbor, Manset
  • 132 Seawall Road
5126Two Men at J.C. Ralph's Studio & Post Office
  • Image, Photograph
  • Places, Town
  • Structures, Commercial, Store
  • 1898 c.
  • Southwest Harbor
There are several street lamps visible in the photograph - the one on the right is different from the others. The lamp post on the left is at the corner of Clark Point Road. The building with the overhang beyond it is the Odd Fellows building. The building on the right is J.C. Ralph's Studio - Optician and Jeweler - and the Post Office. A man is standing in the door of the Post Office and a man standing in front of Ralph's Studio. The photograph was taken soon after John Ralph moved his store and expanded it. “In 1897, the different societies in the village combined to raise funds for street lights. The lamps were bought and placed near those houses whose owners were willing to furnish the kerosene and keep the lamps trimmed and lighted. These lamps did duty until the installation of electricity in the summer of 1917.” - “Traditions and Records of Southwest Harbor and Somesville, Mount Desert Island, Maine” by Mrs. Seth S. Thornton, 1938, p. 124.
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There are several street lamps visible in the photograph - the one on the right is different from the others. The lamp post on the left is at the corner of Clark Point Road. The building with the overhang beyond it is the Odd Fellows building. The building on the right is J.C. Ralph's Studio - Optician and Jeweler - and the Post Office. A man is standing in the door of the Post Office and a man standing in front of Ralph's Studio. The photograph was taken soon after John Ralph moved his store and expanded it. “In 1897, the different societies in the village combined to raise funds for street lights. The lamps were bought and placed near those houses whose owners were willing to furnish the kerosene and keep the lamps trimmed and lighted. These lamps did duty until the installation of electricity in the summer of 1917.” - “Traditions and Records of Southwest Harbor and Somesville, Mount Desert Island, Maine” by Mrs. Seth S. Thornton, 1938, p. 124. [show more]