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2031Driver Training Car at Pemetic High SchoolImage, PhotographTransportation, Automobile
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Photograph of an unidentified person sitting in the driver's seat of a driver training car, which is parked on the snowy street in front of Pemetic High School. Although the photograph is undated, it was taken prior to 1968, when the high schools on Mount Desert Island were consolidated. File: Schools
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Photograph of an unidentified person sitting in the driver's seat of a driver training car, which is parked on the snowy street in front of Pemetic High School. Although the photograph is undated, it was taken prior to 1968, when the high schools on Mount Desert Island were consolidated.
2030Pemetic High School Junior Varsity CheerleadersImage, PhotographPeopleFormal squad photograph of the Pemetic High School junior varsity cheerleaders. In the front row (left to right) are Cynthia Carroll, Gail Perkins, Wilma Hamblen, Margaret Reed, and Allison Thatcher. The back row includes Pauline and Juanita Dunbar.Box 21
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Formal squad photograph of the Pemetic High School junior varsity cheerleaders. In the front row (left to right) are Cynthia Carroll, Gail Perkins, Wilma Hamblen, Margaret Reed, and Allison Thatcher. The back row includes Pauline and Juanita Dunbar.
2028CCC Men with Truck Photograph, c. 1933-1942Image, PhotographPeopleA group of men, many in CCC uniforms, pose together around and inside the back of a covered truck bed.Binder - CCC
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A group of men, many in CCC uniforms, pose together around and inside the back of a covered truck bed.
2027CCC Men in Mess Hall Photograph, c. 1933-1942Image, PhotographPeoplePhotograph of CCC men eating a meal at long tables in a mess hall.Binder - CCC
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Photograph of CCC men eating a meal at long tables in a mess hall.
2026CCC Men Walking Photograph, c. 1933-1942Image, PhotographOrganizations, Civic
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This photograph depicts a group of men in CCC uniforms walking on a path or road.Binder - CCC
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This photograph depicts a group of men in CCC uniforms walking on a path or road.
2011The Beals Rose Napkin, January 14, 1949Object, EphemeraPeopleFolded napkin that on one side features a pink rose and on the other side features the words "The Beals. Elva L. Beal, Harwood Beal, Douglas Beal" The Beals side of the napkin also features a handwritten score, dated January 14, 1949, of a game between Pemetic and Bluehill. The score is likely from a high school basketball game.Box 21
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Folded napkin that on one side features a pink rose and on the other side features the words "The Beals. Elva L. Beal, Harwood Beal, Douglas Beal" The Beals side of the napkin also features a handwritten score, dated January 14, 1949, of a game between Pemetic and Bluehill. The score is likely from a high school basketball game.
2005164Everett Torrey Order of Induction into Military Service of the United States, May 10, 1918Document, GovernmentPeopleDraft notice for Everett Torrey dated May 10, 1918 and notifying Torrey that he should report to the Ellsworth, Maine local board on May 27, 1918 to begin his military service.Box 30
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Draft notice for Everett Torrey dated May 10, 1918 and notifying Torrey that he should report to the Ellsworth, Maine local board on May 27, 1918 to begin his military service.
2000Postcard from Everett Torrey to Rita FarleyImage, Postcard, Picture PostcardPeopleTorrey, who is stationed in France, writes Farley wishing her a Merry Christmas and saying that he hopes she won't forget about him. The front of the postcard features American troops carrying instruments and marching down the Avenue President Wilson in Paris, France on July 4, 1918. Everett Torrey was born in 1895. Torrey was drafted during World War I in May 1918, and discharged in August 1919 after sustaining an injury during the war. After he was discharged, Torrey and Reta Farley were married. Everett died in 1969 and is buried in Mt. Height Cemetery in Southwest Harbor. Box 30
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Torrey, who is stationed in France, writes Farley wishing her a Merry Christmas and saying that he hopes she won't forget about him. The front of the postcard features American troops carrying instruments and marching down the Avenue President Wilson in Paris, France on July 4, 1918. Everett Torrey was born in 1895. Torrey was drafted during World War I in May 1918, and discharged in August 1919 after sustaining an injury during the war. After he was discharged, Torrey and Reta Farley were married. Everett died in 1969 and is buried in Mt. Height Cemetery in Southwest Harbor. [show more]
1852766Pemetic High School RingObjectPeopleClass Ring, 1936, Pemetic High School. James Kingsley Dolliver. Found in attic of Winifred Clark. Together with information on Mr. Dolliver. Some genealogy.File: Dolliver Family
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Class Ring, 1936, Pemetic High School. James Kingsley Dolliver. Found in attic of Winifred Clark. Together with information on Mr. Dolliver. Some genealogy.
1748665Pemetic High School Basketball Team, February 1948Image, PhotographPeoplePhotograph of the Eastern Maine Champion Pemetic High School basketball team, Southwest Harbor, Maine, from 1947-48. Pictured are: Donald Reed, Buster Trask, Dick Allen, Arthur Moore, Billy Searls, Charlie Fahey, Vance Frost, Bud Kenney, Shirley Kelley, Lawrence Sinclair, Melvin Phillips, and coach Harry P. Hayes.File: Basketball5"x7"
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Photograph of the Eastern Maine Champion Pemetic High School basketball team, Southwest Harbor, Maine, from 1947-48. Pictured are: Donald Reed, Buster Trask, Dick Allen, Arthur Moore, Billy Searls, Charlie Fahey, Vance Frost, Bud Kenney, Shirley Kelley, Lawrence Sinclair, Melvin Phillips, and coach Harry P. Hayes.
1747664Group photo of Fred's Manset CubsImage, PhotographPeopleManset Cubs, baseball team, players probably about 8-10 years old. The boys in the back row are, from left to right: Dennis Ellis, Eddie Smith, Johnny Wellington, Fredie Thurston, and Roscoe Dolliver, The boys in the front row are Jimmy Thurston and Fred Pinkham (Fred's Team). About 1952. Black & white photo,File: Baseball3 1/2"x 5"
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Manset Cubs, baseball team, players probably about 8-10 years old. The boys in the back row are, from left to right: Dennis Ellis, Eddie Smith, Johnny Wellington, Fredie Thurston, and Roscoe Dolliver, The boys in the front row are Jimmy Thurston and Fred Pinkham (Fred's Team). About 1952. Black & white photo,
1602520Coffin PlateObject, Grave StonePeopleCoffin Plate (also called Casket Plaque). Pewter. Annie D. Harper, Died Dec. 13, 1873, Aged 28 Years. 4"x6" oval. Two sheets of genealogical information by Ruth DavisFile: Harper Family4" x 6"
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Coffin Plate (also called Casket Plaque). Pewter. Annie D. Harper, Died Dec. 13, 1873, Aged 28 Years. 4"x6" oval. Two sheets of genealogical information by Ruth Davis
1509452Desk set belonging to Francis E. "Mickey" FaheyObject, FurnishingPeopleIn possession of his son Charles Francis Fahey when he died. Six pieces: tray, jar with lid, two dishes, and a memo holder. Belonged to Mickey when he was Field Director of the American Red Cross in Europe during World War II. handmade by M. Willig, in Freising, Bavaria. See sheet in box for further info.Box 04
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In possession of his son Charles Francis Fahey when he died. Six pieces: tray, jar with lid, two dishes, and a memo holder. Belonged to Mickey when he was Field Director of the American Red Cross in Europe during World War II. handmade by M. Willig, in Freising, Bavaria. See sheet in box for further info.
1175168Boston Post CaneObjectPeopleBoston Post cane. Replica of original, which is at Town Office. Second replica usually in use (loan for life) by the recipient, the town's oldest citizen. All canes are property of the Town of Southwest Harbor. Recipients have included Jacob Schoppy Mayo 1818-1912 [See SWPL 14165], Elizabeth Thurston King 1905-2009, Mary Orcutt Harkins 1919- . At present recipiant asked not to have cane at her house. Both replicas at Historical Society in 2018.Box 23
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Boston Post cane. Replica of original, which is at Town Office. Second replica usually in use (loan for life) by the recipient, the town's oldest citizen. All canes are property of the Town of Southwest Harbor. Recipients have included Jacob Schoppy Mayo 1818-1912 [See SWPL 14165], Elizabeth Thurston King 1905-2009, Mary Orcutt Harkins 1919- . At present recipiant asked not to have cane at her house. Both replicas at Historical Society in 2018. [show more]
1171164World War I, Everett Torrey CollectionReferencePeopleIncludes induction notice, framed photo in uniform 10"x12", framed award for wound c.16"x24". Post cards (2) to future wife Rita Farley, discharge papers, death record.Box 30
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Includes induction notice, framed photo in uniform 10"x12", framed award for wound c.16"x24". Post cards (2) to future wife Rita Farley, discharge papers, death record.