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12583Aerial image of Southwest Harbor, Clark Point Area, and Greening Island
  • Image, Photograph
  • Places, Harbor
  • Places, Town
  • Bakel - Rogier van Bakel, Eager Eye Photo
  • 2015-05-07
  • Southwest Harbor
This photograph was taken from Freeman Ridge. Compare this photograph to SWHPL 5220 for a view of the same scene circa 1888 - 1897. The library is most grateful to photographer Rogier van Bakel of Eager Eye Photo, who came with his quad-copter mounted camera from Somesville to volunteer his time and expertise to make a companion piece to our circa 1888 photograph of Clark Point.
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This photograph was taken from Freeman Ridge. Compare this photograph to SWHPL 5220 for a view of the same scene circa 1888 - 1897. The library is most grateful to photographer Rogier van Bakel of Eager Eye Photo, who came with his quad-copter mounted camera from Somesville to volunteer his time and expertise to make a companion piece to our circa 1888 photograph of Clark Point.
6295Foggy Morning at Southwest Harbor - Excursion Boat Seal and Bunker & Ellis Lobster Boat Eva Anita at the Dock
  • Image, Photograph
  • Vessels, Boat
  • Ballard - Willis Humphreys Ballard (1906-1980)
  • 1964 c.
  • Southwest Harbor
The first lobster boat in the foreground, on the dock, M2721A, may have been built by Rich & Grindle for George Dolliver. The excursion boat "Seal" in the center of the photograph was built by Normand Joseph Bouchard for Linwood Boynton Wedge (1913-1961) and Woodrow Wilson Herrick (1914-2002) to be used as a dragger. "Seal" was owned by Samuel A. Blanchard (1926-2009) who took out fishing parties on her. - Information from Ralph Stanley 05/2011 The boat to the right of "Seal" was "Eva Anita" a 40' lobster boat built in 1959 by Bunker & Ellis for Wesley Bracy of Great Cranberry Island.
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The first lobster boat in the foreground, on the dock, M2721A, may have been built by Rich & Grindle for George Dolliver. The excursion boat "Seal" in the center of the photograph was built by Normand Joseph Bouchard for Linwood Boynton Wedge (1913-1961) and Woodrow Wilson Herrick (1914-2002) to be used as a dragger. "Seal" was owned by Samuel A. Blanchard (1926-2009) who took out fishing parties on her. - Information from Ralph Stanley 05/2011 The boat to the right of "Seal" was "Eva Anita" a 40' lobster boat built in 1959 by Bunker & Ellis for Wesley Bracy of Great Cranberry Island. [show more]
11551Southwest Harbor High School Girl's Basketball Team 1914
  • Image, Photograph
  • Organizations, School Institution
  • People
  • Bradley - Henry Lee Bradley (1875-1940)
  • 1914
  • Southwest Harbor
  • 329 Main Street
Left to Right: Lena Caroline Clark (1898-1969) - later Mrs. Thomas Leggett Eagan Helen E. Mayo (1898-1987) - later Mrs. George W. King Lena G. Norwood (1897-1992) - later Mrs. Austin Malvery Mitchell Emma Etta Holmes (1895-1988) - later Mrs. Frank William Deininger Winifred Russell Carroll (1897-1988) - later Mrs. Albanus Moulton Pottle
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Left to Right: Lena Caroline Clark (1898-1969) - later Mrs. Thomas Leggett Eagan Helen E. Mayo (1898-1987) - later Mrs. George W. King Lena G. Norwood (1897-1992) - later Mrs. Austin Malvery Mitchell Emma Etta Holmes (1895-1988) - later Mrs. Frank William Deininger Winifred Russell Carroll (1897-1988) - later Mrs. Albanus Moulton Pottle
6045Alvah D. Rich, Blacksmith Shop
  • Image, Photograph
  • Businesses, Blacksmith Business
  • Neal - George Arthur Neal (1872-1939)
  • 1905 c.
  • Tremont
The signage in this photograph advertises bicycle repairing, bicycle sundries, galvanizing, horse shoeing, carriage work. wood or iron, brazing, tinkering, ship yacht and fancy iron work, and saws filed. Archivists surmise that one of the men in the photo must be Alvah, but this has not been confirmed.
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The signage in this photograph advertises bicycle repairing, bicycle sundries, galvanizing, horse shoeing, carriage work. wood or iron, brazing, tinkering, ship yacht and fancy iron work, and saws filed. Archivists surmise that one of the men in the photo must be Alvah, but this has not been confirmed.
6079Buildings on the Shore Road in Manset
  • Image, Photograph
  • Places, Town
  • Neal - George Arthur Neal (1872-1939)
  • 1900 c.
  • Southwest Harbor, Manset
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.
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Shows wooden sidewalk and two maple saplings.
6117Buildings on Shore Road, Manset, from Water
  • Image, Photograph
  • Places, Shore
  • Places, Town
  • Neal - George Arthur Neal (1872-1939)
  • 1900 c.
  • Southwest Harbor
There are six major buildings along the shore. Left to right: Two and a half story building on left with long front walk is now Hinckley Yacht Brokerage - 130 Shore Road. Building to the right of it with sign says, "Ship Work" - now a residence at 119 Shore Road. It now has an addition on the right. Fourth building from the left has a sign, "Portland Liquid Paint." The steeple on the Manset Union Church is visible on the horizon between the fourth and fifth building from the left. Fifth building from the left has a hammock on the front porch.
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There are six major buildings along the shore. Left to right: Two and a half story building on left with long front walk is now Hinckley Yacht Brokerage - 130 Shore Road. Building to the right of it with sign says, "Ship Work" - now a residence at 119 Shore Road. It now has an addition on the right. Fourth building from the left has a sign, "Portland Liquid Paint." The steeple on the Manset Union Church is visible on the horizon between the fourth and fifth building from the left. Fifth building from the left has a hammock on the front porch. [show more]
7776Simeon Holden Mayo's Bicycle Shop in Southwest Harbor, Maine
  • Image, Photograph
  • Structures, Commercial, Store
  • Neal - George Arthur Neal (1872-1939)
  • 1900 c.
  • Southwest Harbor
  • 47 Clark Point Road
9184Schooner Fred C. Holden in Bass Harbor Passing the Shore at Bernard
  • Image, Photograph
  • Places, Harbor
  • Vessels, Ship, Sailing Ship, Schooner
  • Neal - George Arthur Neal (1872-1939)
  • 1900 c.
  • Tremont, Bernard
View from Bass Harbor to Bernard.
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View from Bass Harbor to Bernard.
11752Teachers and Students at the Hall Quarry School
  • Image, Photograph
  • Organizations, School Institution
  • People
  • Neal - George Arthur Neal (1872-1939)
  • 1906 c.
  • Mount Desert, Hall Quarry
Taken on the same day as SWHPL 6077, but with the teachers standing in different places. The identities were written on the back of SWHPL 11752, taken on the same day. The children seem to be in the same places, but the teachers are standing in different places. Researchers have identified the children, but not the order in which they appear. The children whose places are noted below may apply to one or the other of the photographs. Teachers are Luther Bridges of Blue Hill and Alice E. Mason (1879-1964). James L. Grant (1895-1981) – brother to Doris M. Grant Hall Quarry – small blonde boy, third row on right. Doris M. Grant (1899-1987) – sister to James L. Grant Hall Quarry – second row, third from left. Delma Lanpher, probably Andelman William Lanpher (1894-1969) second from left in next to last row. Others in the picture are: Stella Cookson (1892-) Martina B. Harriman (1895-1985), later Mrs. Unknown O’Brien Helen Virginia Seavey (1908-1996), later Mrs. Dyer Annie Reed Merchant Mary Richardson (1894-1946), later Mrs. Irving H. Babbbidge Clyde Linwood Ober (1896-1969) Reta Morris (1899-1966), later Mrs. Lewis Arthur Norwood Crawford S. Ober (1898-1945) Ada McCormick (1899-1966), later Mrs. Maynard Fred Jordan Louise Morris (1897-1987), later Mrs. Pearl Spencer King Addie Bernice Leslie (1898-1996), later Mrs. Guy Rupert Pontifax Stearns Miles Harriman (1892-1944) Arthur Henry Varnum (1893-1927) George E. Grindle (1899-1972) Floyd Clayton Ober (1893-1946) William “Willie” Henry Leslie (1896-1911) Nahum Varnum (1897-1906 Bob Merchant Bernard Clayton Donnell (1894-) Photographer Dr. George Neal, Southwest Harbor. Put himself through college with his photography. Made notations in his books: “Would pay if could.” “Could pay if would.” Signed, Clifton Robie Foss (1890-1937)
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Taken on the same day as SWHPL 6077, but with the teachers standing in different places. The identities were written on the back of SWHPL 11752, taken on the same day. The children seem to be in the same places, but the teachers are standing in different places. Researchers have identified the children, but not the order in which they appear. The children whose places are noted below may apply to one or the other of the photographs. Teachers are Luther Bridges of Blue Hill and Alice E. Mason (1879-1964). James L. Grant (1895-1981) – brother to Doris M. Grant Hall Quarry – small blonde boy, third row on right. Doris M. Grant (1899-1987) – sister to James L. Grant Hall Quarry – second row, third from left. Delma Lanpher, probably Andelman William Lanpher (1894-1969) second from left in next to last row. Others in the picture are: Stella Cookson (1892-) Martina B. Harriman (1895-1985), later Mrs. Unknown O’Brien Helen Virginia Seavey (1908-1996), later Mrs. Dyer Annie Reed Merchant Mary Richardson (1894-1946), later Mrs. Irving H. Babbbidge Clyde Linwood Ober (1896-1969) Reta Morris (1899-1966), later Mrs. Lewis Arthur Norwood Crawford S. Ober (1898-1945) Ada McCormick (1899-1966), later Mrs. Maynard Fred Jordan Louise Morris (1897-1987), later Mrs. Pearl Spencer King Addie Bernice Leslie (1898-1996), later Mrs. Guy Rupert Pontifax Stearns Miles Harriman (1892-1944) Arthur Henry Varnum (1893-1927) George E. Grindle (1899-1972) Floyd Clayton Ober (1893-1946) William “Willie” Henry Leslie (1896-1911) Nahum Varnum (1897-1906 Bob Merchant Bernard Clayton Donnell (1894-) Photographer Dr. George Neal, Southwest Harbor. Put himself through college with his photography. Made notations in his books: “Would pay if could.” “Could pay if would.” Signed, Clifton Robie Foss (1890-1937) [show more]
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]
12324Boat Under Construction at Southwest Boat Corporation
  • Image, Photograph
  • Vessels, Boat
12332Unknown Boat Under Construction at Southwest Boat Corporation
  • Image, Photograph
  • Vessels, Boat
12531The Henry Rose Hinckley Family
  • Image, Photograph
  • People
  • Northampton MA
  • 54 Prospect Street
Back Row – Standing - Left to Right: Hinckley - Benjamin Barrett Hinckley (1875-1940) Hinckley - Edward Barrett Hinckley (1868-1949) Hinckley - Donald Rose Hinckley (1869-1901) Hinckley - Rose Hinckley (1874-1963) Front Row – Seated - Left to Right: Hinckley – Henry “Harry” Barrett Hinckley (1871-1940) Mary Wright (Barrett) Hinckley (1838-1913), Mrs. Henry Rose Hinckley Hinckley - George Lyman Hinckley (1879-1936) Henry Rose Hinckley (1838-1918)
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Back Row – Standing - Left to Right: Hinckley - Benjamin Barrett Hinckley (1875-1940) Hinckley - Edward Barrett Hinckley (1868-1949) Hinckley - Donald Rose Hinckley (1869-1901) Hinckley - Rose Hinckley (1874-1963) Front Row – Seated - Left to Right: Hinckley – Henry “Harry” Barrett Hinckley (1871-1940) Mary Wright (Barrett) Hinckley (1838-1913), Mrs. Henry Rose Hinckley Hinckley - George Lyman Hinckley (1879-1936) Henry Rose Hinckley (1838-1918) [show more]
11432Edwin Leon Higgins, House Carpenter and Crew, at Work on His House
  • Image, Photograph
  • People
  • 1913
  • Southwest Harbor, Manset
Edwin Leon Higgins - third from left at forefront wearing dark trousers and holding a hammer. Christopher Wendell Lawlor last man on the right.
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Edwin Leon Higgins - third from left at forefront wearing dark trousers and holding a hammer. Christopher Wendell Lawlor last man on the right.
11490Aerial View of Bernard, Maine
  • Image, Photograph
  • Places, Town
  • 1972 c.
  • Tremont, Bernard
Shows the area around Columbia Avenue.
Description:
Shows the area around Columbia Avenue.
11527Sidewheel Steamer "City of Richmond" Off the Manset Shore
  • Image, Photograph
  • Vessels, Steamboat
  • Southwest Harbor, Manset
11548The Stanley House - Rebuilt
  • Image, Photograph
  • Structures, Commercial, Lodging, Hotel
  • Southwest Harbor, Manset
  • 149 Shore Road
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]
6073Lunt's Harbor
  • Image, Photograph
  • Places, Harbor
  • Neal - George Arthur Neal (1872-1939)
  • 1900 c.
  • Frenchboro
  • Lunt's Harbor
Notice the three women in hats and dresses near the center of the photograph.
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Notice the three women in hats and dresses near the center of the photograph.
12517The Henry R. Hinckley Company - as Manset Boat Yard - Coast Guard Boats on the Old Shore
  • Image, Photograph
  • Businesses, Boatbuilding Business
  • Vessels, Boat
  • Ballard - Willis Humphreys Ballard (1906-1980)
  • 1942-08-13
  • Southwest Harbor, Manset
  • 130 Shore Road
This photograph was taken before the Manset shore was filled in. – According to Ralph Warren Stanley (1929-), the White boat hauled up on shore in front of the William Spurling Newman house at 102 Shore Road, Map 17 – Lot 100 – was probably built by Leslie “Les” M. Rice (1883-1966) on Great Cranberry Island for William “Uncle Jimmy” Doane Stanley (1855-1950). She was built as a double ender. Someone bought her and put a square stern on her. Work was slow at Hinckleys for awhile so Bill Dunham (Wilfred Manson Dunham (1918-2001) and Lewis Tapley (Lewis Merton Tapley (1916-1985) bought her and went fishing, though not for long. Work picked up at the Hinckley yard soon afterward. The vessel was then bought by Abner W. Lunt (1908-1975), then she was bought by Luther C. Faulkingham (1901-1993) of Prospect Harbor, where she was the last time Ralph saw her. The wharf building with the false front was the building that Francis “Frank” Thompson Chalmers Sr. (1893-1985), F. Dwight Perkins (1902-1981) and Merton S. Alley (1904-1985) had a car dealership in. Almon Frank Ramsdell Sr’s (1873-1946) garage was there later. Hinckley may have owned the building when this picture was taken. James “Jim” M. Willis (1919-2006) later ran “The Boathouse” there. See SWHPL 9363
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This photograph was taken before the Manset shore was filled in. – According to Ralph Warren Stanley (1929-), the White boat hauled up on shore in front of the William Spurling Newman house at 102 Shore Road, Map 17 – Lot 100 – was probably built by Leslie “Les” M. Rice (1883-1966) on Great Cranberry Island for William “Uncle Jimmy” Doane Stanley (1855-1950). She was built as a double ender. Someone bought her and put a square stern on her. Work was slow at Hinckleys for awhile so Bill Dunham (Wilfred Manson Dunham (1918-2001) and Lewis Tapley (Lewis Merton Tapley (1916-1985) bought her and went fishing, though not for long. Work picked up at the Hinckley yard soon afterward. The vessel was then bought by Abner W. Lunt (1908-1975), then she was bought by Luther C. Faulkingham (1901-1993) of Prospect Harbor, where she was the last time Ralph saw her. The wharf building with the false front was the building that Francis “Frank” Thompson Chalmers Sr. (1893-1985), F. Dwight Perkins (1902-1981) and Merton S. Alley (1904-1985) had a car dealership in. Almon Frank Ramsdell Sr’s (1873-1946) garage was there later. Hinckley may have owned the building when this picture was taken. James “Jim” M. Willis (1919-2006) later ran “The Boathouse” there. See SWHPL 9363 [show more]
6933Houses at Hall Quarry
  • Image, Photograph
  • Structures, Dwellings, House
  • Mount Desert, Hall Quarry
The image shown here is put together from two postcards that were meant as one panorama.
Description:
The image shown here is put together from two postcards that were meant as one panorama.
6355The Bar Harbor Fire From Route 102 in Town Hill
  • Image, Photograph
  • Events, Fire
  • Ballard - Willis Humphreys Ballard (1906-1980)
  • 1947-10-23
  • Bar Harbor
The photograph was taken at about noon on October 23, 1947. W.H. Ballard was standing on Route 102 in Town Hill. Notice that the flames are taller than the trees in the foreground.
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The photograph was taken at about noon on October 23, 1947. W.H. Ballard was standing on Route 102 in Town Hill. Notice that the flames are taller than the trees in the foreground.
6388Civil Defense Nursing Class, Southwest Harbor
  • Image, Photograph
  • People
  • Ballard - Willis Humphreys Ballard (1906-1980)
  • 1942-03-06
  • Southwest Harbor
  • 363 Main Street
The photograph was taken at the Congregational Church Parish Hall. A group of women who gathered at the Congregational Church Parish Hall in Southwest Harbor during World War II for nursing courses. Back Row Standing - Left to right: Maud (Gooch) Phillips, R.N. (1902-1987) Mary (Harriman) Carroll (1910-2003) Marguerite E. (Bradbury) Newman - Mrs. Thomas H. Newman (1906-1990) Maude (Whitten) Sullivan - Mrs. Donald Ivan Sullivan (1906-1996) Eleanor M. (Hadlock) Gilley - Mrs. Richard W. Gilley (1908-1999) Ruth (Woster) Herrick - Mrs. Millard Herrick (1907-1994) Irene Louise (Smith) Closson - Mrs. Maynard S. Closson (1905-1995) Ora E. (Newman) Seavey (1900-1975) Effie Madora (Wardwell) Rice - Mrs. Warren Gilbert Rice (1908-1997) Gussie E. (Moore) Chalmers - Mrs. Francis T. Chalmers (1897-1948) Front Row Seated - Left to right: Jean B. (Gordon) Hamblen - Mrs. Dwight Franklin Hamblen, Sr. (1915-2001) Addie (Bragdon) Gilley (1905-1983) Elizabeth Lawler (1903-1975) Charlotte E. Lurvey (1910-2000) Mary Evelyn (Pearl) Dunham - Mrs. Reginald H. Dunham (1914-1996) Marjorie (Hamblen) Robinson - Mrs. Lawrence S. Robinson (1910-1991) Elizabeth (Thurston) King (1905-2009) Also in the class, but not in the photograph: Albra Marion (Staples) Stanley - Mrs. Leverett Sherman Stanley (1901-1965) Phyllis (Whitmore) Closson - Mrs. Lewis E. Closson (1914-2003) Helen (Wass) Worcester - Mrs. Orman Worcester (1902-1996)
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The photograph was taken at the Congregational Church Parish Hall. A group of women who gathered at the Congregational Church Parish Hall in Southwest Harbor during World War II for nursing courses. Back Row Standing - Left to right: Maud (Gooch) Phillips, R.N. (1902-1987) Mary (Harriman) Carroll (1910-2003) Marguerite E. (Bradbury) Newman - Mrs. Thomas H. Newman (1906-1990) Maude (Whitten) Sullivan - Mrs. Donald Ivan Sullivan (1906-1996) Eleanor M. (Hadlock) Gilley - Mrs. Richard W. Gilley (1908-1999) Ruth (Woster) Herrick - Mrs. Millard Herrick (1907-1994) Irene Louise (Smith) Closson - Mrs. Maynard S. Closson (1905-1995) Ora E. (Newman) Seavey (1900-1975) Effie Madora (Wardwell) Rice - Mrs. Warren Gilbert Rice (1908-1997) Gussie E. (Moore) Chalmers - Mrs. Francis T. Chalmers (1897-1948) Front Row Seated - Left to right: Jean B. (Gordon) Hamblen - Mrs. Dwight Franklin Hamblen, Sr. (1915-2001) Addie (Bragdon) Gilley (1905-1983) Elizabeth Lawler (1903-1975) Charlotte E. Lurvey (1910-2000) Mary Evelyn (Pearl) Dunham - Mrs. Reginald H. Dunham (1914-1996) Marjorie (Hamblen) Robinson - Mrs. Lawrence S. Robinson (1910-1991) Elizabeth (Thurston) King (1905-2009) Also in the class, but not in the photograph: Albra Marion (Staples) Stanley - Mrs. Leverett Sherman Stanley (1901-1965) Phyllis (Whitmore) Closson - Mrs. Lewis E. Closson (1914-2003) Helen (Wass) Worcester - Mrs. Orman Worcester (1902-1996) [show more]
9523Opening Day at the Bar Harbor-Yarmouth Ferry Terminal, Bar Harbor
  • Image, Photograph
  • Structures, Transportation, Terminal, Marine Terminal
  • Transportation, Automobile
  • Vessels, Merchant Vessel, Ferry
  • Ballard - Willis Humphreys Ballard (1906-1980)
  • 1956-06-08
  • Bar Harbor
Automobiles along the road at front - Left to Right: The automobile with the hood open is a 1954 Ford Hardtop. 1948 Chrysler 1950-1951 Studebaker Behind tree - 1953 Ford station wagon. W.H. Ballard wrote this note on the negative sleeve for the photograph: "“Bluenose” Ferry Terminal, Bar Harbor, ME; taken the day the Bar Harbor-Yarmouth ferry was officially welcomed (service had been on since the early part of January). Blowing a hard SE gale, and I had to press down so hard on the camera that the tripod sagged. I was the only one who remained on the ridge."
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Automobiles along the road at front - Left to Right: The automobile with the hood open is a 1954 Ford Hardtop. 1948 Chrysler 1950-1951 Studebaker Behind tree - 1953 Ford station wagon. W.H. Ballard wrote this note on the negative sleeve for the photograph: "“Bluenose” Ferry Terminal, Bar Harbor, ME; taken the day the Bar Harbor-Yarmouth ferry was officially welcomed (service had been on since the early part of January). Blowing a hard SE gale, and I had to press down so hard on the camera that the tripod sagged. I was the only one who remained on the ridge." [show more]