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  • 558
Portrait of Captain Edward C. Harper
  • Image, Photograph
  • People
  • Vessels, Ship
Capt. Edward C. Harper 1859-1934 see Vining p. 463, skipper of the ship "Bloomer." Ship built in Somesville, sailed out of Tremont. Photo of portrait owned by Clifford Harper, II of Warren. Donated by Rebecca Dow Burnham.
  • File: Harper Family
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Capt. Edward C. Harper 1859-1934 see Vining p. 463, skipper of the ship "Bloomer." Ship built in Somesville, sailed out of Tremont. Photo of portrait owned by Clifford Harper, II of Warren. Donated by Rebecca Dow Burnham.
2430King Nautical Collection
  • Document, Other Documents, Multi-part
  • Organizations, Religious
  • People
  • Vessels, Ship
King Nautical Collection. Material collected by Les and Betty King over the years. Notes and listing of some interesting items are in a folder in the box. Folders of David King (47 pieces), Benjamin Ward (27 pieces), William Ward (83 pieces), and John K. Ames, on Machias lumber shipping in the 1880s (164 pieces) are mostly receipts for ship supplies and food. An "Other" folder contains (79 pieces) a mix of published material. The S. Leslie King folder (51 pieces) contains mostly information on Mr. King, stamped envelopes, Report of the Commissioners of the Northeast Boundary Dispute of 1843 (pages 7 to end page 88); Plymouth Pulpit sermons by Henry Ward Beecher, Mar. 7, 1883; Presumptive Arguments in Favor of Unitarianism; and S. Leslie King's My Electricity Notebook from Gorham State Teachers College, 1951-52. A number of old newspapers and magazines (in Box 20) and separately cataloged items were part of this gift, see numbers 2262, 2263, 2264, 2265, 22662427, 2428, 2429.
  • Box 56
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King Nautical Collection. Material collected by Les and Betty King over the years. Notes and listing of some interesting items are in a folder in the box. Folders of David King (47 pieces), Benjamin Ward (27 pieces), William Ward (83 pieces), and John K. Ames, on Machias lumber shipping in the 1880s (164 pieces) are mostly receipts for ship supplies and food. An "Other" folder contains (79 pieces) a mix of published material. The S. Leslie King folder (51 pieces) contains mostly information on Mr. King, stamped envelopes, Report of the Commissioners of the Northeast Boundary Dispute of 1843 (pages 7 to end page 88); Plymouth Pulpit sermons by Henry Ward Beecher, Mar. 7, 1883; Presumptive Arguments in Favor of Unitarianism; and S. Leslie King's My Electricity Notebook from Gorham State Teachers College, 1951-52. A number of old newspapers and magazines (in Box 20) and separately cataloged items were part of this gift, see numbers 2262, 2263, 2264, 2265, 22662427, 2428, 2429. [show more]
2175Ship speedometer
  • Object, Mechanical, Speedometer
  • Vessels, Ship
Ship speedometer. Brass, one of four fins missing.
  • Box 57
  • 15", fins 2 1/2"
Description:
Ship speedometer. Brass, one of four fins missing.
2176Ship's sounding lead
  • Object, Water Transporation, Water Transportation Accessories
  • Vessels, Ship
Ship's sounding lead. Lead weight 8" long, overall length 16", plus 21" cord. Used to read depth of water.
  • General Storage (Archives shelves bottom)
  • 16"
Description:
Ship's sounding lead. Lead weight 8" long, overall length 16", plus 21" cord. Used to read depth of water.
2079We're coming over on the Mayflower.
  • Publication, Clipping
  • Vessels, Ship
We're coming over on the Mayflower. Building of the Mayflower II and its shallop. National Geographic Magazine, May 1957, p. 708-728. Copies of pages 710 and 728 only. Features Francis E. Fahey as a shallop builder.
  • Box 04
  • 8 1/2" x 11"
Description:
We're coming over on the Mayflower. Building of the Mayflower II and its shallop. National Geographic Magazine, May 1957, p. 708-728. Copies of pages 710 and 728 only. Features Francis E. Fahey as a shallop builder.
1172
  • 165
Cimbria. Ship with Russian sailors. 1878.
  • Image, Photograph
  • Places, Harbor
  • Vessels, Ship
Cimbria. Ship with Russian sailors. 1878. Articles, research assembled for History Night program, June 2011
  • File: Cimbria
Description:
Cimbria. Ship with Russian sailors. 1878. Articles, research assembled for History Night program, June 2011
1772
  • 689
Sailing ship bookends
  • Object, Model, Boat
  • Vessels, Ship
Sailing ship bookend set (2 pieces). Plaster, molded. White and blue. Made by Howe Duane Higgins 1894 - 1974. Probably 1950s. 6" high.
  • Box 14
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Sailing ship bookend set (2 pieces). Plaster, molded. White and blue. Made by Howe Duane Higgins 1894 - 1974. Probably 1950s. 6" high.
1517
  • 459
Vessel "Phillips Eaton" photo
  • Publication, Clipping
  • Vessels, Ship
Vessel "Phillips Eaton." Southwest Harbor was its home port 1894-95. Photo 6" x 9" from Paper Talks, Seaboard Ed., 2003.
  • File: Ships
  • 6" x 9"
Description:
Vessel "Phillips Eaton." Southwest Harbor was its home port 1894-95. Photo 6" x 9" from Paper Talks, Seaboard Ed., 2003.