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[blank]Luere Babson Deasy
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  • People
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Luere B. Deasy was born on February 8, 1859 in Gouldsboro to Daniel and Emma L. (Moore) Deasy. He was educated at the State Normal School in Castine. He did not attend college, but received a law degree from Boston University Law School. Deasy was admitted to the Bar in 1884. Prior to sitting on the Court, Deasy practiced in Bar Harbor. Deasy served as President of both the Hancock County Bar Association and the Maine State Bar Association. He was elected to the Maine State Senate and served as its President. Deasy was appointed an Associate Justice of the Supreme Judicial Court by Governor Milliken on September 25, 1918. On October 1, 1929, he was appointed Chief Justice by Governor Gardiner. He served as Chief until his retirement on February 7, 1930, when he returned to private practice in Bar Harbor. Deasy died on March 13, 1940, in Portland, at the age of 81. Sources: In Memoriam, Luere B. Deasy, 138 ME 371; James H. Mundy, Presidents of the Maine State Senate from 1820, Secretary of the Senate of Maine, 1979. See also article about Deasy at: http://mdihistory.org/wp-content/uploads/Horner.pdf [show more]
[blank]C.E. Marcyes & Co. Envelope
  • Object, Writing, Envelope
  • Businesses, Insurance Business
  • Businesses, Real Estate Business
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Envelope with the return address for C.E. Marcyes & Co. with a note regarding Mr. Jerome Goodwin and Bernard Cough, c. 1930s. People Mentioned: Jerome Goodwin, Bernard Cough, C. E. Marcyes
[blank]Mount Desert Kennel Club Dog Show Poster, c. 1930s
  • Document, Advertising, Poster
  • Events, Dog Show
  • Nature, Animals, Dogs
  • 1930
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The Mount Desert Kennel Club's first annual dog show took place in 1931. Poster advertising a dog show hosted by the Mount Desert Kennel Club at the athletic field in Bar Harbor, ME. People Mentioned: T. E. L. Kemp