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|[blank]||Model of MDI Class Sloop, Rugosa|
Scale model of MDI Class sloop #16, Rugosa, made in 2008 by Duane Muzzy. The MDI Class Sloops were designed by Ralph Winslow in 1924 and 16 were constructed to teach the children of Mount Desert Island summer residents to sail. The full sized boats were: 21' 8" LOA 16' 5" LWL 4' Draft 6' 8" Beam 260.00 sq ft sail area 4,428.00 lbs Displacement
|[blank]||Model of MDI Class Sloop, Rugosa, Construction Photographs|
Series of photographs documenting the construction of the model of the MDI Class Sloop, Rugosa, taken by Duane Muzzy
|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]||Portland Press Herald. Headline: "Roosevelt Reelected Sweeps Nation. Maine Goes for Landon By Big Margin"|
Portland Press Herald. Headline: "Roosevelt Reelected Sweeps Nation. Maine Goes for Landon By Big Margin"
Four pages from the morning edition of the Portland Press Herald from Wednesday, November 4, 1936. Major stories focus on the landslide re-election of Franklin D. Roosevelt as President of the United States despite Maine's electoral votes going to his opponent, Alf Landon. Also included are classified advertisements and local news from communities throughout the state. Also story re Newman - Leland R. Newman (1876-1936) of Winter Harbor, ME dies of exposure and shock after capsize. People Mentioned: Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Alf M. Landon, William Lemke, David Grange, Joseph Curran, Alfred E. Smith, Mrs. Alfred E. Smith, Edward Rydz-Smigly, Marshal Pilsudski, Eleanor Roosevelt, Franklin D. Roosevelt Jr., Mrs. James Roosevelt Sr., Francisco Franco, John Nance Garner, Frank Knox, Charles L. Carder, Mary Carder, D. G. Carder, Beatrice Richards, Parker L. Starrett, C. B. Bogle, Nettie Burleigh, Katherine Potter, Mrs. Paul Otto, Mrs. Alf M. Landon, John M. Landon, Mrs. A. E. Todd, Mrs. R. R. Bittman, Theo Cobb Landon, Nancy Jo Landon, Peggy Ann Landon, Belle D'Arcy, Charles A. Day, Jose Fernandez, Lottie Dunton Gilman, George H. Gilman, Helouise Francoeur Laberge, Henry McUne, Martin J. Murphy, Alice M. Plummer, Fred W. Plummer, Sadie M. Storer, Clarence E. Storer, William H. Storer, Ralph Mitchell, Ella Martha Widdows, George B. Russell, Maria Russell, Frank Russell, Winfield Storer, A. B. Widdows, James Legg, Lydia Legg, Ernest L. Widdows, Howard B. Widdows, James C. Widdows, Mrs. Harley Hyde, Mrs. Carl Lawrence, Earl Legg, Charles Legg, A. P. Legg, Mary E. Legg, Edith Bean, Herbert Hoover, J. Henry Roraback, Melzer T. Crawford, William H. Crawford, Mary Althea Howard Crawford, Donald Crawford, Weston P. Holman, Marshall Snow, Rose Murgita, N. A. Fogg, Robert H. Duenner, Mrs. Wallis Simpson, David Y. Alkazin, Olive Thompson, Harriet Buker, Joe Soffayer, Henry A. Lessard, William Erswell, James Lewis, Horace Polchier, John Nelson, Daniel Mitchell, Luther S. Smith, Abraham Lincoln, Rodney E. Marshall, Mrs. Rodney E. Marshall, Allen R. Chaplin, Mrs. Allen R. Chaplin, Leona Dyer, Arthur E. Dyer, Mrs. Arthur E. Dyer, Elizabeth Snow, Ralph Weaver, Mark Snow, Howard Grover, Wilbur Warren, Leonard Pitts, Samuel Chesey, Elmer Evans, Grace L. Dyke, Harold Stacy, Mrs. Harold Stacy, Jeanette Stacy, Lucille Stacy, Edson Stacy, Elywin Sanborn, Ruth Burnell, Everett L. Chadbourne, Louise Hill, Sarah Terry, Agnes Kennedy, Annie Folsom, Theodore Decker, Mrs. Harry L. Jones, Emma C. Chadbourne, Edward S. Douglas, Robert Douglas, Mrs. Fred L. Robinson, Gerald Wood, Earle Day, Wyman Famsdell, Miriam Kelley, Ralph Mills, Charles E. Breen, John H. Breen, Emery J. Knowlton [show more]
|2013||Model, Bunker & Ellis "Serendipity".|
Model of 1962 Bunker & Ellis lobsteryacht "Serendipity," built by Duane Muzzy in 2013. The actual boat was constructed by Bunker & Ellis of Manset, Maine, and measured 39 feet long and was constructed in 1962 for John Simonds, a summer resident of Northeast Harbor.
|1988.19.33||Glass Plate Negative, Mount Desert Rock|
View of seabirds as seen from Mount Desert Rock. In the foreground two boats are visible, one of which is a peeped. The negative envelope reads "Gulls"
|2012.XX.XX||Model, Controversy 36', "Constellation"|
Model of Controversy 36' Constellation built by Duane Muzzy in 2012. A pram, called "Little Dipper" was added to this model by Duane Muzzy as a bit of a whimsy, playing off the name of the boat, but was never on the original boat. The original Constellation was built by Mount Desert Yacht Yard and was owned yard owner, E. Farnham Butler.
|84.41.01||Wheel, Wooden Bicycle|
|[blank]||Plan of Proposed Developments at Northeast Harbor|
Plan showing proposed development of Northeast Harbor Marina, October 1937. Plans by Prentiss & Carlisle Co., Inc. of Bangor. Plans suggest the construction of a bulkhead across the area known as Frazier's Cove, with the filling of this area with fill taken from the dredging process. The plan also includes parking areas, new docks, a restroom, club, and shop building, and storage areas
|[blank]||Model, International Class sloop, Auriga|
Scale model of International Class (also called International One Design) sloop AURIGA. Auriga was among the original Internationals to arrive in the Great Harbor, in 1938. Model made by Duane Muzzy in 2010
|2012.XX.XX||Boat Model, Luders 16 Sturgis R. Haskins|
Luders 16 model in 1:16 scale made by Duane Muzzy, 2012. Boat is named in honor of Sturgis R. Haskins, a longtime board member of the Great Harbor Maritime Museum, who was very involved in the revitalization of the Mount Desert Island fleet of Luders 16 sloops.
|90.06.01||Decoy Branscom Male Eider ca 1915|
Carved decoy, male eider duck
|1988.19.31||Glass Plate Negative, Mount Desert Rock|
Glass plate negative, Mount Desert Rock. Image shows a man standing up and rowing in a double-ended boat. Two additional rowboats are visible in the background. The negative is stored in an envelope that appears to have once been used for another negative. It reads Mt. Desert Lt. Sta., Aug. 1907 No. 7.e. Oil-House, S.W. Derrick, Capt. J. Robinson's vessel. Looking West.
|2019.XX.XX||Display Case with adjustable shelves|
Oak display case with adjustable glass shelves, once used in Mrs. Tracy's Shop, Northeast Harbor, and later used in Mrs. Pervear's Shop, Northeast Harbor. Before being donated to the museum it was used in Pine Bough Antiques, Northeast Harbor. Mirror-paneled doors on the backside open, providing access to the interior space. Three draws are accessible from the back.
|85.13.09||Hooked Rugs C. B. Murphy Sold to Summer People|
|[blank]||Hooked rug with modified diamond pattern|
Hooked rug with modified diamond pattern Dimensions 27.5"x53.5"
|2018.XX.PVA.DWG||Hooked rug with diamond pattern|
Hooked rug with diamond pattern 38"x60"
|[blank]||Glass Plate Negative Set Mount Desert Rock|
|1988.19.30||Glass Plate Negative, Mount Desert Rock|
Two men work on the steam engine, perhaps in the boathouse, at the Mount Desert Rock Light Station. Written on the negative envelope is "Steam Engine, N.G." underneath "Broken Pl[--]" which has been crossed out.
|1988.19.23||Glass Plate Negative, Mount Desert Rock|
View looking south toward the lighthouse tower at Mount Desert Rock. In the foreground walkways, both covered and uncovered, are visible. A picket fence is visible to the far right, while a small building is visible at the extreme left.
|1988.19.17||Glass Plate Negative, Mount Desert Rock|
View of Mount Desert Rock Light Station, taken from the water, 4:00 pm, October 1907. This photograph shows the extent of the settlement at Mount Desert Rock, including the derrick boathouse, workshop, keepers' dwellings, tower, oil house, and bell tower. Written on the negative envelope is "Taken from water." Near the top right is "Oct. 1907, 4 o'clock P.M." Written on the left side in pencil is "2 min" [show more]
|1988.19.16||Glass Plate Negative, Mount Desert Rock|
View of Mt. Desert Rock Light Station, June 1908, from the water. The view includes the boathouse, workshop, light keepers' houses, tower, oil house, and bell tower. Written on the negative envelope is "No. 3 View from Water. Devel. with Di. S. Plate."
|84.32.01||Photo-Essay of Last (1942) Voyage of Coal Schooner "Rebecca R. Douglas"|
Photo-Essay by Bronson W. Chanler detailing a trip aboard the coal schooner "Rebecca R. Douglas" between Northeast Harbor and New York City. Note: As originally displayed in the museum, copies of the photographs taken by Chanler were mounted alongside excerpts and quotes. Around 2015 the photographs were removed from the 1984 posters so they could be scanned and better protected. They are uploaded here, as is the complete text by Bronson W. Chanler. [show more]
|1988.19.07||Glass Plate Negative, Mount Desert Rock|
The envelope with this negative reads: No. 7 f., Tower, Single Tenement + Double Tenement, Looking N.W." though the negative shows a fishing schooner sailing by Mount Desert Rock. A number of people are visible on the deck, and dories are visible toward the bow. A large flag has the name of the vessel, which appears to be two words, though only Frances is visible.
|1988.19.06||Glass Plate Negative, Mount Desert Rock|
"Mr. Brewer in the tower." View of the lighthouse tower at Mount Desert Rock, with the keepers' dwellings to the right. Standing at the top of the tower is a man, likely Mr. Brewer.