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Item Title Type Subject Creator Publisher Date
1120Fire Chief's Hat
  • Object, Clothing, Uniform, Fire Uniform
  • Concept, Fire Prevention
1127Fire Extinguisher.
  • Object, Fire Protection Device, Fire Extinguisher
  • Concept, Fire Prevention
  • 1925
Phister Carbon-Tet Compressed Air. Hand pump hose pressurized to 100#. For electrical files. Probably used on railroads c. 1925 or before.
1608Plan of Proposed Developments at Northeast Harbor
  • Document, Reprographic Copy, Blueprint
  • Concept, Development
  • Structures, Transportation, Marine Landing, Dock
  • Prentiss & Carlisle Co., Inc.
  • 1937-10
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]
1006Portland Press Herald. Headline: "Roosevelt Reelected Sweeps Nation. Maine Goes for Landon By Big Margin"
  • Publication, Newspaper
  • Concept, Politics
  • Events, Elections
  • Music
  • Nature, Animals
  • Nature, Animals, Bears
  • Nature, Animals, Deer
  • Nature, Animals, Dogs
  • Nature, Animals, Foxes
  • People
  • Recreation, Hunting
  • Craig, Elisabeth May
  • Lapica, Roman
  • Plummer, May Elizabeth
  • Portland Press HeraldPflaum, Irving
  • 1936-11-04
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]
1001Gilman High School Championship football team Framed Photograph, 1921
  • Image, Photograph
  • Concept, Awards
  • Object, Clothing, Uniform, Sports Uniform
  • Organzations, School Institution, High Schools
  • People
  • Recreation, Sports, Football
  • Bradley - G H Bradley
  • 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]
1007Pastime Theatre Program Fragments, 1917
  • Document, Program, Theater Program
  • Concept, Arts and Culture
  • Movie Theatre
  • Recreation
  • Pastime Theatre
  • Photofolder Program Co.
  • 1917
Frame containing four fragments of pages from programs from the Pastime Theatre in Northeast Harbor, ME. Two of the fragments contain lists of coming attractions, one for the weeks of October 9 and 16 and the other for the weeks of January 1 and 7, 1917. People Mentioned: Billie Burke, Dustin Farnum, Pearl White, Pauline Frederick, Francis Bushman, Theodore Roberts, Fannie Ward, Marguerite Clark, Harold Lockwood, John Barrymore, Marie Doro, Sidney Drew, Mrs. Sidney Drew [show more]
1480QRS Piano Roll. Plays Climb Every Mountain
  • Object, Musical, Music Roll
  • Concept, Arts and Culture
1462Movie Poster for the Pastime Theater
  • Document, Advertising, Poster
  • Concept, Arts and Culture
1004Mount Desert Deer, Past and Present, 1944
  • Publication, Booklet
  • Concept, Conservation
  • Legislation
  • Local History
  • Natural History
  • Nature
  • Nature, Animals
  • Nature, Animals, Deer
  • Nature, Seasons, Winter
  • Holmes, Lawrie
  • 1944
Second edition of a booklet on the management of deer herds on Mount Desert Island written by Lawrie Holmes. Holmes writes about the history of wildlife management and legislation on Mount Desert Island, characteristics of the deer population, how to determine the age of a deer using bone tests, and game management techniques that have been attempted in other locations. A bibliography of sources and photographs of other deer control activities are included as well. People Mentioned: Maurice Sullivan, Marvin Frost, C. C. Little, George Washington, Ira N. Gabrielson, George Shiras III, Peter Kalm, H. L. Shantz, George E. Street, Thomas Cobbet Jr., Ernest O. Porrell, H. D. Ruhl, G. M. Haskell, I. H. Bartlett, Bill Nye, Shaler B. Aldous, C. M. Aldous, John Pearce, Earl Atwood, W. J. Banks, Bob Bush, Victor H. Cahalane, W. Conklin, E. L. Cheatum, Glenn H. Morton, E. C. Cross, Ruth Drummond, W. S. Feeney, F. B. Forbs, L. F. Marcy, A. Leroy Vorhis, C. E. French, C. C. Furnas, S. M. Furnas, Richard Gerstell, Paul H. Hickie, Fred W. Johnson, Ralph T. King, Aldo Leopold, S. B. Locke, Walter Mann, Merwin A. Marston, L. A. Maynard, Gardener Bump, Robert Darrow, J. C. Woodward, Jack Miner, Glenn H. Morton, Donald McBeath, A. E. Porsild, Earl Saunders, C. J. Spiker, George M. Sutton, E. T. Seton, Harold Titus [show more]
1052Angela C. Kaufman and Ivan E. Cedar Productions Contract, July 6, 1936
  • Document, Legal, Agreement, Contract
  • Concept, Arts and Culture
  • Cedar, Ivan E.
  • Kaufman, Angela C.
Contract in which Angela C. Kaufman agrees to play for Ivan E. Cedar Productions at the Bijou Theatre in Bangor, ME on every Monday and Tuesday for seven weeks beginning July 13, 1936. An addendum dated July 21, 1936 cancels the contract.