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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
|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.
|[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.
|1988.19.03||Glass Plate Negative, Mount Desert Rock|
Mount Desert Rock Light Station, August 1908 - "Capt. Van Norden's Boat" - A Friendship sloop sails in front of the light station at Mount Desert Rock
|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]
|2018.PVA.DWG.IDK||Half model of a Luders 16 Sloop|
Half model of a sloop, perhaps a Luders 16, with a Genoa jib, made by Robert L. Smallidge Sr. of Northeast Harbor. Model's hull is varnished, and uses various wood types for topsides, waterline, and bottom, while the sails are painted white. The model and sails are mounted on a pine board. On the back of the model is #6, R.L. Smallidge, N.E. Harbor, Me.
|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]
|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.
|1988.19.04||Glass Plate Negative, Mount Desert Rock|
"Capt. Van Norden's Boat" - A friendship sloop sails off the waters of Mount Desert Rock with four men aboard. To the right a spar buoy leans is visible
|83.33.01||Postcard of Bear Island Light|
|83.33.03||Postcard from Bear Island Light|
|82.36.01||Schooner Frank Brainerd|
Framed picture of the Frank Brainerd carrying coal and lumber, as shown in this picture.
|83.33.02||Postcard of Bear Island Light|
|83.33.04||Postcard of Northeast Harbor with Yachts|
|83.33.05||Postcard of Northeast Harbor with Yachts|