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2084Manset Union Church. Annual and other reports, 1979-80.
  • Document, Report
  • Organizations, Religious
Manset Union Church. Annual and other reports, 1979-80. Hand written in blue ink in 9 1/2" x 6" orange spiral-bound notebook. 27 pages.
  • File: Manset Church
  • 9 1/2" x 6"
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Manset Union Church. Annual and other reports, 1979-80. Hand written in blue ink in 9 1/2" x 6" orange spiral-bound notebook. 27 pages.
2104Manset Union Church. Weekly Bulletin. Aug. 10,1986
  • Publication, Newsletter
  • Organizations, Religious
Manset Union Church. Weekly Bulletin. Includes short history of the Church on the back. The Manset Union Church was first begun around 1800 on the old Bass Harbor Road which is south of the present church. It took several years to build the church, which was used in the summer long before it was completed in 1828. It was later moved to its present site. Finances for construction were partially obtained by the sale of pews. During the years 1860-1870 the front was changed, using a central door instead of two side doors. A steeple was added and a bell installed. This is the oldest church building on Mount Desert Island and it has been in constant use ever since its construction. Many denominations have worshipped here through the years. It was changed from a Public Meeting House to the Manset Union Church in 1954 and joined the United Church of Christ in 1961.
  • File: Manset Church
  • 5 1/2" x 8 1/2"
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Manset Union Church. Weekly Bulletin. Includes short history of the Church on the back. The Manset Union Church was first begun around 1800 on the old Bass Harbor Road which is south of the present church. It took several years to build the church, which was used in the summer long before it was completed in 1828. It was later moved to its present site. Finances for construction were partially obtained by the sale of pews. During the years 1860-1870 the front was changed, using a central door instead of two side doors. A steeple was added and a bell installed. This is the oldest church building on Mount Desert Island and it has been in constant use ever since its construction. Many denominations have worshipped here through the years. It was changed from a Public Meeting House to the Manset Union Church in 1954 and joined the United Church of Christ in 1961. [show more]
2107Manset Union Church Financial Report, 1982.
  • Document, Report
  • Organizations, Religious
Financial Report of Manset Union Church, Dec. 31, 1981 - Dec. 31, 1982. Typed. Edna M. Jellison, Treasurer.
  • File: Manset Church/1980s
  • 8 1/2" x 11"
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Financial Report of Manset Union Church, Dec. 31, 1981 - Dec. 31, 1982. Typed. Edna M. Jellison, Treasurer.
2092Thank you acknowledgement for gift of candlesticks.
  • Document, Correspondence
  • Organizations, Religious
Thank you note on engraved note card of Mrs. Howard B. Churchill acknowledging gift for candlesticks in the memory of Walter Hood Dolliver. Envelope shows "Kindness of Mrs. J. Lowell Noyes."
  • File: Manset Church/1980s
  • 4" x 5"
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Thank you note on engraved note card of Mrs. Howard B. Churchill acknowledging gift for candlesticks in the memory of Walter Hood Dolliver. Envelope shows "Kindness of Mrs. J. Lowell Noyes."
2105Will of Hattie B. Taylor
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Part of the Will of Hattie B. Taylor. Typed. Second: I give and bequeath sums of money as follows: (c) To the Baptist Church of Manset in Southwest Harbor, Maine, or to the successor organization to said Baptist Church of Manset, the sum of fifteen hundred collars ($1,500.00) in memory of Mrs. Nellie Savage, a long time member of that church. In envelope from Probate Court, 60 State Street. Ellsworth, Maine 04605. Addressed to Manset Union U.C.C., c/o Edna M. Jellison, Treas, Manst [sic], Maine 04656. Postmarked Bangor, Maine PM 14 Feb., 1989.
  • File: Manset Church
  • 4" x 9 1/2"
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Part of the Will of Hattie B. Taylor. Typed. Second: I give and bequeath sums of money as follows: (c) To the Baptist Church of Manset in Southwest Harbor, Maine, or to the successor organization to said Baptist Church of Manset, the sum of fifteen hundred collars ($1,500.00) in memory of Mrs. Nellie Savage, a long time member of that church. In envelope from Probate Court, 60 State Street. Ellsworth, Maine 04605. Addressed to Manset Union U.C.C., c/o Edna M. Jellison, Treas, Manst [sic], Maine 04656. Postmarked Bangor, Maine PM 14 Feb., 1989. [show more]