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|2018.XX.PVA.DWG||Hooked Rug with Motorboat|
Hooked rug showing a motorboat underway, with flags flying. The boat appears to be the Maine Seacoast Mission Vessel "Sunbeam I" and the rug may have been made as part of the Maine Seacoast Mission's hooked rug program. Rug dimensions are 24"x51", appears to be rebound using green fabric. A rug with similar waves and clouds, as well as Sunbeam I, may be found in Maine Sea Coast Missionary Society Spring Bulletin, April 1926, page 11. See link below to go to the Maine Seacoast Mission item. [show more]
|[blank]||Gilman High School Championship football team Framed Photograph, 1921|
The Gilman High School football team and their coach pose on the steps of the Neighborhood House, Northeast Harbor. The players are in uniform and one of them holds a football with the words "GHS Champs, 1921." Black and white Seated: In the front row, from left, are A. Gilley and B. Herrick. In the second row, from left, are B. Stanley, E. Hamor and G. McCrae. Standing: In the second to the back row are, from left, Atwood, Higgins, C. Bucklin, F. Ralph and F. Brown. In the back row, from left, are N. Turner, P. Stanley, L. Reed, H. Gavor [?] and D. McEchern. The coach at far left is "Stubby" Fury. [show more]
|[blank]||Proposal Rendering for Northeast Harbor Development, circa 1928|
18" high, 53 3/4" long Part of a larger project to redesign the northern part of Main Street, Northeast Harbor. Charles Sumner Frost was a summer resident in Northeast Harbor.
Phister Carbon-Tet Compressed Air. Hand pump hose pressurized to 100#. For electrical files. Probably used on railroads c. 1925 or before.
|86.06.10||Scrapbook Corners, in packet ca. 1925|