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|[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]
|[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]||Newspaper article commemorating the 60th anniversary of the Eastern Maine Basketball Champions of 1924|
Newspaper article commemorating the 60th anniversary of the Eastern Maine Basketball Champions of 1924
The photograph is a newspaper clipping (text on reverse) from April 12, 1984 that describes 1924 championship team. The Gilman High School of Northeast Harbor basketball team and their coach Stanley Week posed outside after winning the Eastern Maine basketball tournament at the University of Maine at Orono in 1924. The players are in uniform, and Week holds the plaque they won. People Depicted: Stanley Week, Burton Seavey, Edward Ralph, Albert Manchester, Stuart Branscom, Horace Bucklin, Francis Atwood, Jerome Knowles, Merrill Whitmore and Paul Bucklin. Also mentioned in the article are Douglas Driscoll, Carl Kelley Black and white [show more]
|2020.PVA.DWG.IDK||American Legion men standing next to the Firehouse, Northeast Harbor|
Members of the Lurvey-Wright Post of the American Legion standing to the south of the firehouse, Northeast Harbor. A key accompanying this photograph gives the names of some of the men, including Lyle Wescott, Jack Reynolds, Gerald Sr. [Gerald Norwood, Sr], Arthur Walls, Zip Ober, James Bunker, Larry Wass, Bill Cripps, John Manchester, Arthur Eaton, H. Suminsby, and ____ McCrae.
|[blank]||Luere Babson Deasy|
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]
|89.07.01||Manuel Fatese at Old Sea Street Dock|
|86.06.09||Man Driving a Buckboard at Head of Somes Sound|
|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
|[blank]||Louise Hunt McMurtry|
Married George Gibson McMurtry October 25, 1933. They had a daughter. They drew up separation papers on May 21, 1942.
|[blank]||Mrs. George G. McMurtry (McMurtry - Mabel C. (Post) McMurtry|
Wife of George Gibson McMurtry, which see. Married 1906-1933.
|[blank]||George Gibson McMurtry|
George Gibson McMurtry (November 6, 1876 – November 22, 1958) was a United States Army officer, a Medal of Honor recipient and a Harvard Law-educated Wall Street lawyer. He first served in the Army as a member of the Rough Riders during the Spanish–American War. He received the Medal of Honor as the executive officer of the Lost Battalion during World War I. December 16, 1903, he married Mabel C. Post on Long Island. He was a member of Bar Harbor Club, Pot & Kettle Club. Tombstone in Ledgelawn Cemetery. [show more]
|89.12.01||Rug from President of Harvard Chas. Eliot's sloop "Sunshine"|
Late 1800? Acrylic yarn makes date of 1870 implausible. Family says "Sunshine" built then.
|86.06.13||A. A. Hanna in Coast Guard Uniform|
|86.06.07||Alan A. Hanna with Navigation Equipment|
|[blank]||Bangor Daily News, September 9, 1974|
Issue of the Bangor Daily News from Monday, September 9, 1974 (vol. 86, no. 72). Major stories include President Gerald Ford's pardon of Richard Nixon, Hurricane Carmen in Louisiana, the TWA airplane crash in the Ionian Sea off the coast of Greece, and Evel Knievel's failed attempt to rocket across the Snake River Canyon in Idaho. Other state and local news is included as well. There are also wedding announcements, sports, an op-ed page, obituaries, classified advertisements, and comics. People Mentioned: Gerald R. Ford, Richard M. Nixon, Philip W. Buchen, Evel Knievel, Stephen Katz, Archibald Cox, Barry Goldwater, Spiro T. Agnew, Nelson Rockefeller, George H. W. Bush, Robert Strauss, Eugenio Martinez, William Cohen, William D. Hathaway, Edmund S. Muskie, Edwin Edwards, Gilbert Durbin, Robert Truax, Donald Branker, Bernard Barker, Baruch Korff, Chesterield Smith, Joseph Rauh, W. Clement Stone, Frederick Hare, Peggy Hare, Jerald F. TerHorst, Jon Lund, James Erwin, George Mitchell, Leon Jaworski, Arthur F. Sampson, J. Herbert Miller, Ronald L. Ziegler, Edward Brooke, Mike Mansfield, Robert C. Byrd, George McGovern, Lloyd M. Bentsen, William E. Brock, John Tower, Jacob Javits, Creighton Abrams, Creighton Abrams Jr., Mrs. William L. James, Mrs. Creighton Abrams, H. R. Haldeman, John D. Ehrlichman, John N. Mitchell, Gordon Strachan, Robert C. Mardian, Kenneth W. Parkinson, John J. Sirica, Warren E. Burger, William O. Douglas, Clarence L. VerSteeg, Paul Mishkin, Peter N. Kyros, James Longley, John Barker, William Cohen, Charles J. Ramsberger, Stanley Leen Jr., John J. Rhodes, Luis Echeverria, Jose Guadalupe Zuno Hernandez, Ann Mackay, Anna McCloskey, Bill Smith, Michael Allen, Kathy Allen, David Grant, Arthur Poulin, Lizette Breton, Judy Rynne, Jeannette Thibodeau, Robert Cloutier, Jane Lowell, Anthony Betts, Kathleen Lord, Steve Curtis, Rena Rodgerson, Sharon S. Espling, Peter E. Espling, Roger B. Kelley, Bernard Kelley, Paul Gleichman, Ellen Espling, James Coulter, Carole Jane Noddin, Barry Lewis, Lewis Beckford, Charles Davidson, Lawrence Noddin, Lawrence Lewis, Nancy E. McCann, Jonathan Spatt, Keith Ingraham, Albert Murch, Loretta Kay Boyer, Merle O. Boyer, James Albert Pickard Jr., Agnes Pickard, James A. Pickard Sr., George Gray, Karen Palmiter, Asa Pickard, Merle O. Boyer Jr., Alan Stubbs, Sally Worster, Dale Porter, Kenneth Foss, Paul Worcester, Ronald Porter, Lois Senter, Debbie Hartt, Roxanna Gould, Marlana Cumming, Lorraine Charloux, Karla Jo Senter, Michael Porter, Audie Gould, Keith Thompson, Michael Littlefield, Raymond Charloux, Camille Lynn Cushman, David Louis Eddy, Hartland Cushman, George Eddy, Robert Sterling, Lisa Cushman, Mary Ellen Connell, Barbara Ingraham, Dale Hartford, Kerry Connell, Craig Gray, Rachel Brudnoy, Stephen Green, Kassel Abelson, David Silverman, David Brudnoy, Simon Brudnoy, Edward Green, Mrs. David Brudnoy, Howard Stanley, Jerry Darsie, Ira Isbin, Barbara Eleanor Mealey, Robert W. Mealey, Joseph Wayne Morin, Francis E. Morin, Norman Young, William Greene, Mrs. Robert I. Mealey, Mrs. Daniel J. Brooker, Mrs. Brian L. Lowell, Mrs. Scott A. Giroux, Debbie deGroff, Carol L. Belanger, Charles F. Giberson, Daniel J. Brooker, Brian L. Lowell, Robert I. Mealey, Michael D. Mealey, Dave Cannon, Steve Bull, Ernie Hardy, Alan Armstrong, Gary Burley, Don Rock, Rod Pace, Russ Fox, Mike Bolt, Tom Pinto, Marc Katz, Jack Leggett, Danny Rhino, Randy Rhino, Steve Boxer, Dave Buck, Mike Axe, Glen Cutting, George Stout, Bill Hohl, Rich Diggs, Danny Buggs, Tim Felt, Art Bent, Sandy Hertz, Sam Blood, Jegg Gray, Scott Blackburn, Brian White, Jim Tann, Pat Green, Dave Brown, Randy Pass, Brian Book, Jim Fish, Ed Walz, Bruce Salmon, Ed Szcerba, Steve Krychomski, Andy Zdobylak, Nick Tarabacchia, Steve Szewczuk, George Mattyasovszky, Jimmy Jimenez, Mike Hart, Jim Soule, Jim Shook, Forrest Fezler, Bruce Crampton, J. C. Snead, Gary Player, Mike Hill, Tommy Aaron, Ben Crenshaw, Phil Rodgers, Jim Ferriell, Richie Hebner, Dick Pole, Doug Griffin, Mario Guerrero, Dwight Evans, Juan Marichal, Tim Johnson, Pedro Garcia, Cecil Cooper, Juan Beniquez, Tim McCarver, Doug Griffin, Tommy Harper, Bernie Carbo, Rico Petrocelli, Ken Berry, George Scott, Johnny Briggs, Darrell Porter, Gorman Thomas, Bill Freehan, Al Kaline, Joe Coleman, Dick Tidrow, Ron LeFlore, Gary Sutherland, Ben Oglivie, Chris Chambliss, Roy White, Walt Abbott, Steve Vance, Chris Alyward, Kevin Foley, Russ McDonald, Mike Gries, Gerry Shea, Mike Budrowe, Rudy DiPietro, Mark DiGregorio, Rich Prior, Mickey McGuire, Mike Wallace, Kirk Douglass, Roger Dalton, Bill Hilster, Phil Cameron, Mike Drouin, Tim Labbe, Ferguson Jenkins, Ken Holtzman, George Hendrick, Tom McCraw, Charlie Spikes, Jim Perry, Enos Cabell, Don Baylor, Ellie Hendricks, Mark Belanger, Frank Duffy, Luis Alvarado, Bill Buckner, Mike Marshall, Jack Billingham, Dave Lopes, Pedro Borbon, Manny Mota, Pete Rose, Brian Butterfield, Ben Tibbetts, Ben Corbett, Andy Sturgeon, Rich Pullen, Neil Prendergast, Hans Antonsen, Eddie Miller, Ronnie Gordon, Bert Philbrick, Rick Albert, Dennis Jewell, Lin Hindshaw, Brian Perkins, Ken Topel, Kevin Butler, Cliff Reuter, Howard Weldon, Matt Hackett, Gary Perry, Matt Keller, Wilbur Howard, Randy Jones, Steve Rogers, Lou Brock, Wayne Garrett, Maury Wills, Jimmy Connors, Ken Rosewall, John Newcombe, Margaret Court, Billie Jean King, Evonne Goolagong, Chris Evert, Bill Battle, Condredge Holloway, Ricky Townsend, Dick Vermeil, John Sciarra, Brett White, Dave Buckey, Bob Boone, Arthur Winslow, Robbie Dickinson, Joel Cormier, Rodger Geren, Mark Armstrong, Robbie Emerson, Aaron Boynton, Brian Morrow, Scott Mountford, Lance Gallant, Jeff Dunn, Jeff Brown, Tim King, Peter Gordon, David Ingraham, Dale Stone, Leo Trevino, Bobby Nichols, Hale Irwin, Jim Plunkett, Randy Vataha, Earl Morrall, Bob Griese, Howard Twilley, Marlin Briscoe, Bob Berry, Fran Tarkenton, Jim Lash, John Gilliam, John Holland, Chuck Foreman, Jimmie Jones, Wayne Fiegenbaum, Bert Roberge, Ed Flaherty, Galen Workman, Tony DiBiase, Steve Conley, John Sawyer, Russ Quetti, David W. Bustin, Joseph Kozak, Franklin A. Peters, Edward Kennedy, Michael J. Harrington, Salvador Allende Gossens, Henry A. Kissinger, William E. Colby, Norman Lodow, Lawrence Greenlaw, Eddie Rickenbacker, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Zane Grey, Minnie Henderson, Val Vardamis, Roger Lyford, Lorraine Cote, Gerard Cyr, Jack Anderson, John Lennon, Abigail Van Buren, Bob King, Jim Stanko, Joanne Stanko, Lucius H. Dwelley, Harold Kilbreth, James Bush, Oscar R. Hahnel, Mrs. Donald W. McIntosh, Mark Gartley, Eugene Richardson, Scott Ireland, Frank Jordan, Mrs. Richard Dill, Kenneth M. Curtis, Hal Murray, William Leahy, William Schulz Jr., Bruce Douglas, Gail Galeditz, John Morey, Louis Garibaldi, Ernest Smith, Richard Coffin, Arthur West, Spencer Appollonio, Lisa Flaherty, George Berry, Harold Keezer, Rosaire Sirois, Wilbur Nedeau, Mrs. Wayne Mallar, Marion Thurston, Warren Charles, Paul Chabonneau, Paul Bird, Hollis Fickett, Donna Allen, Katherine Williams, Norman Autotte, Jane Downey, Henry Noonan, William Vasquez, William F. Leary, Robert Kiley, Robert diGrazia, Carl B. Sterzing Jr., Frederic C. Dumaine Jr., Nelson L. Clark, Doris Withee, Stella Stafford, Ellen G. Brooks, Esther Nickerson, Ann Caswell, Patsy Hughey, John W. Meisner, Sarah Colson, Mrs. Ralph E. Grant, Marion Marden, Arline Locke, Charles Perkins, George Perkins, Mrs. Douglas M. Holmes, Celia Thomas, Gary Gould, Beth Griffin, Stanley Griffin, Mrs. Richard Sawyer, Bob Turner, C. Peters, Marjorie Tilley, George Holman, Violet Chasse, Carl Snow, Sally Snow, Jennie Snow, Grace Rideout, Mrs. Ronald Bell, Mrs. Kenneth Glidden, G. Read, Mary Chase, Wally Wilbur, William Kerr, Emmy L. McCarthy, Sterling Ellingwood, Joseph L. Stover, Rodman Logan, Waye Estey, Leona A. Gillis, Arthur R. Fish Jr., Albert J. Clukey, Harold Carpenter, John Houghton, Evelyn R. Ross, Gertrude Strout, Lionel L. Moore, Senja S. Kanerva, Ernestine Roe Hedrick, Earl R. Dempsey, Helen Gilman Davis, Elizabeth L. Martin, Myra F. Downing, Marie Helena Carney, Mattie Jollotta, Laura B. Reed, John N. McDonnell, Helen Dube, Leona Lamarre, Eddie Jalbert, Joseph Gould, Alton Lyons, Rose Anna Cyr, Mrs. Oildred Johnson, Prentiss Larrabee, John Dean, Kenneth Murphy, Frank Blanchard, Walter E. Washington, Clifford L. Alexander, Shirley Cothran, Henry LaBree, Myrtle Hadley, Eddie Albert, Dan Boober, Beverly Ayer, Mrs. Kelsey E. Patten, Ola I. Meade, Carolyn Harlow, Robert E. Morris, Rebecca Ann King, Betty Ford, Cornelia Wallace, George Wallace, Kolbjorn Varman, Gordon Ritchie, Valentin Hernandez, Harold Wilson, Arthur Ashely [show more]
|85.13.01||Postcard Photo of 2 Women. Addressed to Mrs. AA Murphy, Somes Sound|
Description says "Mrs. AA Murphy"
|86.09.10||Photo C. S. Murphy as Boy Scout|
|[blank]||Roosevelt - Franklin Delano Roosevelt (1882-1945)|
Franklin Delano Roosevelt (FDR), born 1/30/1882, served as the 32nd president of the United States from 1933 until his death on 4/12/1945. He wrote letters now in the collection of the Great Harbor Maritime Museum about a pair of binoculars, also in the collection at GHMM.
|85.13.13||Four Bucklin Children: Susan, Belinda, Martha & Chuck|
|85.13.12||Claude Stanley Murphy in Boy Scout Outfit 5/27. Troop 1204|
|85.13.11||The Graces of Northeast Harbor. Steamship Company Owners.|
|85.13.16||Four Girls, Mount Desert High School|
|85.13.14||C. S. Murphy 5 Years Old with Horse|