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|1586||Northeast Harbor Fire Company's First Ambulance in Front of the Municipal Building|
Two photos of the Northeast Harbor Fire Company's first ambulance, a 1939 Packard, in front of the Municipal Building, Main Street. In one photograph three men stand in front of the ambulance. They are identified as: Fred Kimball, Larry Wass, and Elliott Kimball Copy of photograph taken by Ronald Chase
|1648||Photographs of Main Street Northeast Harbor, circa 1935|
6 modern reproduction photographs showing Main Street, Northeast Harbor, circa 1935. Four views show the Municipal Building/Firehouse, and three show fire engines parked in front of the building, including the 1927 American LaFrance Ladder Truck "William S. Grant." Another photograph shows buses parked to the south of the municipal building, belong to Maine Transportation (?), a subsidiary of the Maine Central Railroad Company. Another photograph shows two buses belonging to the Boston & Maine Transportation Company parked behind Manchester Bros. Garage. Another photograph shows the steamer J.T. Morse landing at the steamboat wharf in Northeast Harbor [show more]
|1608||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. This redevelopment plan was not realized, but the Sea Street are was rebuilt in the 1950s. [show more]
|1638||N.E. Harbor Authority, View from South West|
Photograph of painting signed MBG July 1938 showing the proposed redevelopment of the Sea Street area in Northeast Harbor as planned by Griswold & Gulick, architects of Boston. This proposal was ultimately unrealized, though the Sea Street dock area was redeveloped in the 1950s.
|1635||Power Boating Magazine, June 1931v|
June 1931 issue of Power Boating Magazine, volume 33, number 6. Table of Contents Here at Last - Frontispiece Why Stock Boats? Specifications of Standardized Boats May the Best Boat Win - Yeah? by Henry Clay Foster Cruising with Confidence - by Hampton Hutton Chicago Show - Pictures of Look Over Your Fastenings - by Wm. J. Deed, N.A. Winners in Ocean Race Fine Ocean Race Marred by Rules- by John Gibney McAllester All Alone - New Diesel Yacht The Belaying Pin - by A.B. For Fishing and Cruising Winner Sets Record in Hudson Race Playmates Back Yard Boat Building - Part II- by David O. Woodbury Attractive Small Cruiser New Designs Gadgets & Kinks, An Illuminated Chart Roll- by D.C. Shaw The Service Department Selected Photographs Include: Cover, Table of Contents (page 11), two page spread of typical cruisers (pages 20-21), Back Yard Boatbuilding (page 39), Eclipse Outboard advertisement (page 59), Wheeler Ad (inside back cover) [show more]
|1006||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]
|1587||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]
|1062||Bar Harbor Loan & Building Association Envelope|
Envelope with the return address for Bar Harbor Loan & Building Association, c. 1930s
|1058||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.
|1060||Angela C. Kaufman to Mildred Morrison Letter, July 15, 1935|
Angela C. Kaufman sends a check for $71 and requests a receipt. Mildred Morrison acknowledges the receipt on the same paper. Letter is written on stationary from The Sunset Hotel in Bar Harbor, ME.
|1061||Robert B. Williamson to Norman Shaw Letter, November 5, 1938|
Robert B. Williamson acknowledges the receipt of a letter from Norman Shaw dated November 4 regarding Angela C. Kaufman. People Mentioned: Angela C. Kaufman, William R. Pattangall, Ernest L. Goodspeed, Lois H. Birkenwald
|1064||Roland A. Scribner to Applicants for Summer Malt Liquor Licenses Letter, March 28, 1938|
Roland A. Scribner, the Chief Clerk of the State of Maine Liquor Commission, provides details and application instructions for obtaining summer malt liquor licenses. The letterhead includes the Maine state seal.
|1063||Roland A. Scribner to Applicants for Part Time and Summer Licenses Letter, March 28, 1938|
Roland A. Scribner, the Chief Clerk of the State of Maine Liquor Commission, provides information about part-time and summer malt liquor licenses. The letterhead includes the Maine state seal. People Mentioned: Harold S. Boardman, Thomas F. Locke, Raymond E. Thurston
|1067||William W. Gallagher to R.C. Masterman Letter, June 22, 1938|
William W. Gallagher, Assistant Attorney General and Counsel for the State of Maine Liquor Commission, informs R.C. Masterman that the application and bond for a summer spirituous and vinous liquor license for The Sunset Hotel and Restaurant in Bar Harbor, ME was not in the proper form. The letterhead includes the Maine state seal. People Mentioned: Harold S. Boardman, Thomas F. Locke, Raymond E. Thurston
|1066||From William W. Gallagher Letter, 1938|
William W. Gallagher, Assistant Attorney General and Counsel for the State of Maine Liquor Commission, provides information regarding the requirements of hotel and club licenses to sell spirituous and vinous liquors.
|1065||Roland A. Scribner to Applicants for Part-Time Malt Liquor Licenses Letter, March 28, 1938|
Roland A. Scribner, the Chief Clerk of the State of Maine Liquor Commission, provides details and application instructions for obtaining part-time malt liquor licenses. The letterhead includes the Maine state seal.
|1009||Mount Desert Kennel Club Dog Show Poster, c. 1930s|
The Mount Desert Kennel Club's first annual dog show took place in 1931. Poster advertising a dog show hosted by the Mount Desert Kennel Club at the athletic field in Bar Harbor, ME. People Mentioned: T. E. L. Kemp
|1057||R.C. Masterman to Angela C. Kaufman Letter, April 5, 1938|
R.C. Masterman writes regarding a mortgage on a property. He advises Mrs. Angela C. Kaufman that the mortgage cannot be made in her name on a property that belongs to a corporation. The letter includes a handwritten note about using a notary when signing documents. People Mentioned: David O. Rodick
|1056||Sunset Hotel and Restaurant Summer License Legal Notice, 1938 (2)|
Bond for The Sunset Hotel and Restaurant Corporation of Bar Harbor, ME to accompany their application for a summer hotel license for the period ending October 31, 1938.
|1054||Sunset Hotel and Restaurant Hotel Malt Liquor License Application Form, June 1938|
Application form from the Maine State Liquor Commission for a hotel license to sell malt liquors. The form is filled out for the Sunset Hotel and Restaurant and dated June 1938. People Mentioned: Mark Perlinsky, Angela C. Kaufman, Peter Manty, R. C. Masterman
|1053||Sunset Hotel and Restaurant Summer Hotel Spirituous and Vinous Liquors License Application Form, June 1938|
Sunset Hotel and Restaurant Summer Hotel Spirituous and Vinous Liquors License Application Form, June 1938
Application form from the Maine State Liquor Commission for a summer hotel or club license to sell spirituous and vinous liquors. The form is filled out for the Sunset Hotel and Restaurant and dated June 1938. People Mentioned: Mark Perlinsky, Angela C. Kaufman, Peter Manty, R. C. Masterman
|1050||Thomas Mourkas and Angela C. Kaufman Liability Release Agreement, July 26, 1935|
Statement made by Thomas Mourkas releasing Angela C. Kaufman from any liability in connection with owning or leasing The Sunset Hotel and Restaurant. People Mentioned: Angela C. Kaufman
|1048||Angela C. Kaufman Court Summons Legal Notice, September 12, 1938 (2)|
Court summons for Angela C. Kaufman and the Sunset Hotel and Restaurant Corporation to appear in the Bar Harbor Municipal Court on September 20, 1938 to answer to Mark Perlinsky in a plea of forcible entry and detainer. People Mentioned: Angela C. Kaufman, Mark Perlinsky, Harry M. Conners
|1047||Perlinsky, Kaufman, and Mourkas Contract Cancellation Legal Notice, November 21, 1938|
Legal notice of the cancellation of the lease between Mark Perlinsky, lessor, and Angela C. Kaufman and Thomas Mourkas, lessees, for the property and building known as the Perlinsky Block on the western side of Main Street in Bar Harbor, ME. People Mentioned: Thomas Mourkas, H. L. Graham
|1046||Angela C. Kaufman Transfer of Goods to Mark Perlinsky Legal Notice, November 22, 1938|
Legal notice of the transfer of goods and chattels from the second and third floors of The Sunset Hotel and Restaurant to Mark Perlinsky. Includes the terms of the sale and a list of items per room. People Mentioned: Mark Perlinsky, Angela C. Kaufman