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|1988.19.34||Glass Plate Negative, Mount Desert Rock|
View taken from Mount Desert Rock of the two-masters fishing schooner Marion Turner, as labeled on the envelope. The Marion Turner is towing a rowboat. In the foreground the ledges of Mount Desert Rock are visible. According to the envelope, the photograph was taken April 22, but year is not given. Likely taken between 1907-1909. Notes at the bottom of the negative envelope appear to refer to the development of the negative: Devel. S.R. plate Pancro. in Devel. 300 count (?) [show more]
|[blank]||Fire trucks parked in front of the Municipal Building, Northeast Harbor, circa 1935|
Two fire engines parked in front of the Municipal Building, Northeast Harbor. A bus is parked the left of the Municipal Building, parked closer to Manchester Brothers' Garage. The truck on the left may be the Northeast Harbor Fire Company's 1926 Maxim Pumper, while that on the right is the ladder truck W.S. Grant, a 1927 American La France. This photograph was taken following the remodeling of the the Municipal Building, which was completed in 1934. [show more]
|[blank]||Carlton Taylor outside of the Municipal Building with the Fire Company Vehicles, circa 1955|
Carlton Taylor standing in front of the Municipal Building, Northeast Harbor, with the vehicles of the Northeast Harbor Fire Company lined up.
|[blank]||Northeast Harbor Fire House, Winter of 1954|
Town of Mount Desert Municipal Building and Northeast Harbor Firehouse, winter of 1954. Two fire engines are visible through the windows of the doors. The sign over the left door reads "W.S. Grant, Jr., Ladder No. 1" and over the right reads "Engine No. 1" Photograph by Ronald Chase
|[blank]||Christmas Decorations at the Municipal Building, Northeast Harbor|
Mount Desert Town Office, and Northeast Harbor Fire Station decorated for Christmas, circa 1950. The car to the left has been identified as a 1949-1951-era Ford.
|86.18.05||Photograph Northeast Livery|
|1988.19.22||Glass Plate Negative, Mount Desert Rock|
Captain Van Norden's Friendship sloop with four men aboard passes by the light station at Mount Desert Rock.
|1988.19.21||Glass Plate Negative, Mount Desert Rock|
Two sailing vessels and a rowboat seining shad off Mount Desert Rock, August 1907. To the left, the two masted schooner is Capt. Robinson, while the Friendship sloop to the right is Capt. Van Norden, who appears with his boat in other photographs. The smaller boat in front of Capt. Van Norden is identified as Willard K. Osier This negative is damaged across the center. Written on the negative envelope is "Capt. Robinson and Capt. Van Norden Seining Shad. Small boat Willard K. Osier. [show more]
|1988.19.20||Glass Plate Negative, Mount Desert Rock|
Photograph taken at Mount Desert Rock Light Station of Capt. Van Norden's friendship sloop sailing near the shore. On the sloop four men are visible, and a dory appears to be on the deck of the boat as well. Written on the negative envelope is "No. 1. Capt. Van Norden's Boat"
|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]
|86.19.02||Hall Quarry in Snow|
Copy. Original returned to owner.
|86.18.03||Panorama of Northeast Harbor--Clifton's Dock|
Photograph. Original returned to donor.
|86.17.02||Haynes Express Truck with Man|
Copy of original. Original returned to owner.
|86.17.01||Photograph Haynes Express Truck with 4 men and luggage|
Photograph copied and original returned
|82.36.05||Island Steamboat Company, Steamer "Golden Rod" timetable|
Framed poster with timetable for the steamer "Golden Rod" traveling between Southwest Harbor, Somesville, Northeast Harbor, and Seal Harbor. Captain William M. Crosby. Also mentions Somes House, George A. Somes, proprietor
|86.32.19||Painting "Village Smithy" Copy|
|[blank]||Bar Harbor Loan & Building Association Envelope|
Envelope with the return address for Bar Harbor Loan & Building Association, c. 1930s
Quarry tongs donated to museum.
Stone head. Wooden handle.
|[blank]||Continental Illinois National Bank to Mrs. George G. McMurtry Envelope, August 7, 1938|
Envelope sent to Mrs. George G. McMurtry from the Continental Illinois National Bank and Trust Company of Chicago. There is a handwritten note on the back regarding rent receipts.
|[blank]||C.E. Marcyes & Co. Envelope|
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