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|[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
|[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]
|[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]
|[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.