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2123Manset Union Church being readied for new foundationImage, Photograph, PrintStructures, ChurchManset Union Church jacked up to have new foundation/basement. Color photo, Aug. 6, 2007File: Manset Church4" x 6"
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Manset Union Church jacked up to have new foundation/basement. Color photo, Aug. 6, 2007
2122Southwest Harbor Historical Society Signs for Church property. Color Photo.Image, Photograph, PrintStructures, Church
Organizations, Civic
Southwest Harbor Historical Society signs documents for transfer of Manset Union Church property at Eaton-Peabody Law office in Ellsworth, July 23, 2018. Color photo: l to r: Lynne Birlem, Treas.; Karen Craig, Pres.; Nat Fenton, Lawyer; Kirk Winters, Pastor, Rock Church; Gail Caruso, Realtor.File: Manset Church4" x 6"
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Southwest Harbor Historical Society signs documents for transfer of Manset Union Church property at Eaton-Peabody Law office in Ellsworth, July 23, 2018. Color photo: l to r: Lynne Birlem, Treas.; Karen Craig, Pres.; Nat Fenton, Lawyer; Kirk Winters, Pastor, Rock Church; Gail Caruso, Realtor.
2121Manset News of Social ClubsPublication, Newspaper, ClippingOrganizations, Religious
Organizations, Fraternal
Manset News. Column by Bessie Noyes on meetings of Gleaners, with officer elections; Manset Union Church; Rowena Rebekah Lodge. Bar Harbor Times Jan. 16, 1975, Page 21.File: Clubs8 1/2" x 11"
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Manset News. Column by Bessie Noyes on meetings of Gleaners, with officer elections; Manset Union Church; Rowena Rebekah Lodge. Bar Harbor Times Jan. 16, 1975, Page 21.
2120Newspaper listing Transfer of property Rock Church to Southwest Harbor Historical Society.Document, DeedOrganizations, ReligiousNewspaper listing of Transfer of Manset Church property from The Rock Church to Southwest Harbor Historical Society. Mount Desert Islander, Aug. 2, 2018, sec. III, page 9.File: Manset Church8 1/2" x 11"
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Newspaper listing of Transfer of Manset Church property from The Rock Church to Southwest Harbor Historical Society. Mount Desert Islander, Aug. 2, 2018, sec. III, page 9.
2119Deed Easement - Dunbar Estate - for Gleaners LandDocument, DeedOrganizations, ReligiousTypewritten list of four conditions for an Easement for septic system on Gleaners land. No date.File: Manset Church/Gleaners8 1/2" x 11"
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Typewritten list of four conditions for an Easement for septic system on Gleaners land. No date.
2118Deed. Land for Gleaners Hall, 1944.Document, DeedOrganizations, ReligiousDeed. Land for Gleaners Hall. Everett G. Stanley to The Gleaners Club. Hancock County Registry of Deeds. Jan. 25, 1944, Recorded Book 694, page 331, Feb. 5, 1944.File: Manset Church/Gleaners8 1/2"x 21"
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Deed. Land for Gleaners Hall. Everett G. Stanley to The Gleaners Club. Hancock County Registry of Deeds. Jan. 25, 1944, Recorded Book 694, page 331, Feb. 5, 1944.
2117Deed. Land for Gleaners Hall.Document, DeedOrganizations, ReligiousDeed. Land for Gleaners Hall. Sale from Lucinda S. Johnson, Florence N. Clark, and Bessie C. Barker for one dollar paid by Everett G. Stanley. Dec. 2, 1937, Registered Hancock County Registry of Deeds, Book 660, page 11, Jan. 4, 1938,File: Manset Church/Gleaners8 1/2" x 13"
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Deed. Land for Gleaners Hall. Sale from Lucinda S. Johnson, Florence N. Clark, and Bessie C. Barker for one dollar paid by Everett G. Stanley. Dec. 2, 1937, Registered Hancock County Registry of Deeds, Book 660, page 11, Jan. 4, 1938,
2116Early ladies aid societies have left stamp on MDIPublication, Newspaper, ClippingOrganizations, ReligiousEarly ladies aid societies. Article by LaRue Spiker. With photos of Manset Church and house used as Methodist parsonage (now 126 Seawall Road). Bar Harbor Times, Feb. 2, 1967. Photocopy.File: Manset Church/Gleaners8 1/2" x 11"
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Early ladies aid societies. Article by LaRue Spiker. With photos of Manset Church and house used as Methodist parsonage (now 126 Seawall Road). Bar Harbor Times, Feb. 2, 1967. Photocopy.
2115Report on 6/26/96 Meeting With Nancy Bulger and Marion Noyes.Document, ReportOrganizations, ReligiousReport on 6/26/96 Meeting with Nancy Bulger and Marion Noyes concerning letters Item 2112 and Item 2113 on finance situation and misunderstandings. On computer typed page.File: Manset Church/Gleaners8 1/2" x 11"
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Report on 6/26/96 Meeting with Nancy Bulger and Marion Noyes concerning letters Item 2112 and Item 2113 on finance situation and misunderstandings. On computer typed page.
2114Quitclaim Deed With Covenant, Right of First Refusal from Gleaners to Southwest Harbor Fire Association.Document, DeedOrganizations, ReligiousQuitclaim Deed With Covenant. Right of First Refusal from Gleaners to Southwest Harbor Fire Association. Singned by President Dean Tozier of Fire Association. Two pages. Hancock Co. Registry of Deeds Book 4681, page 97-99, Instr No. 2007000759, Jan. 16, 2007. Together with Policy 72106-370691 from Chicago Title Insurance Co. Also covenants Rev. 1: Church given preference to use Gleaners Hall and Church to be given first refusal on sale of building.File: Manset Church/Gleaners8 1/2" x 11"
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Quitclaim Deed With Covenant. Right of First Refusal from Gleaners to Southwest Harbor Fire Association. Singned by President Dean Tozier of Fire Association. Two pages. Hancock Co. Registry of Deeds Book 4681, page 97-99, Instr No. 2007000759, Jan. 16, 2007. Together with Policy 72106-370691 from Chicago Title Insurance Co. Also covenants Rev. 1: Church given preference to use Gleaners Hall and Church to be given first refusal on sale of building. [show more]
2113Letter from Manset Church to Gleaners on lack of fundsDocument, CorrespondenceOrganizations, ReligiousLetter from Gwen Phippen, Clerk of the Manset Union Church to Mrs. Richard Noyes, President of the Gleaners stating how badly the Church is fairing financially and how to address this. Two pages. Handwritten.File: Manset Church/Gleaners6" x 9"
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Letter from Gwen Phippen, Clerk of the Manset Union Church to Mrs. Richard Noyes, President of the Gleaners stating how badly the Church is fairing financially and how to address this. Two pages. Handwritten.
2112Gleaners NoticeDocument, CorrespondenceOrganizations, ReligiousGleaners notice to unnamed recipiant. "To Whom it may Concern. We were shocked over the lie we were told about the money, we wereunder the impression the money was for the Gleaners hall. We have decided that we will take care of our bills ourselves, and that you are no longer welcome to use our hall. Also, please remove you caboose from our stage, as we need the room." The Gleaners. Handwritten.File: Manset Church/Gleaners8 1/2" x 11"
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Gleaners notice to unnamed recipiant. "To Whom it may Concern. We were shocked over the lie we were told about the money, we wereunder the impression the money was for the Gleaners hall. We have decided that we will take care of our bills ourselves, and that you are no longer welcome to use our hall. Also, please remove you caboose from our stage, as we need the room." The Gleaners. Handwritten.
2111Gleaners Hall No. 1DocumentOrganizations, ReligiousGleaners Hall No. 1. Handwritten list of important dates 1937- 41. Includes fire, rebuilding, help from the C.C.C. "No. 1" refers to the original hall before the fire. Glued to paper is newspaper clipping on a 1944 meeting, celebrating the final payment on building No. II.File: Manset Church/Gleaners5 1/2" x 8 1/2"
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Gleaners Hall No. 1. Handwritten list of important dates 1937- 41. Includes fire, rebuilding, help from the C.C.C. "No. 1" refers to the original hall before the fire. Glued to paper is newspaper clipping on a 1944 meeting, celebrating the final payment on building No. II.
2110Gleaners Constitution and By-lawsDocumentOrganizations, ReligiousGleaners Constitution and By-laws. Handwritten documents. Two pages. No date, but after 1938. Dues $1 per year.File: Manset Church/Gleaners8 1/2" x 11"
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Gleaners Constitution and By-laws. Handwritten documents. Two pages. No date, but after 1938. Dues $1 per year.
2109The Gleaners. Meeting Minutes, 1935-37Document, ReportOrganizations, ReligiousGleaners Club Minutes, Sept. 19, 1935 through Dec. 30, 1938. Name originally Worthwhile Club. Changed to Gleaners Nov. 14, 1935. 52 pages , Brown spiral notebook. Pen and ink, handwritten.File: Manset Church/Gleaners7" x 7"
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Gleaners Club Minutes, Sept. 19, 1935 through Dec. 30, 1938. Name originally Worthwhile Club. Changed to Gleaners Nov. 14, 1935. 52 pages , Brown spiral notebook. Pen and ink, handwritten.
2108Rock Church Ready to Roll.Publication, Newspaper, ClippingOrganizations, ReligiousRock Church Ready to Roll. Article by Dick Broom, Mount Desert Islander, March 27, 2015. Manset Union Church changed to Rock Church. Photocopy from web site.File: Manset Church8 1/2" x 11"
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Rock Church Ready to Roll. Article by Dick Broom, Mount Desert Islander, March 27, 2015. Manset Union Church changed to Rock Church. Photocopy from web site.
2107Manset Union Church Financial Report, 1982.Document, ReportOrganizations, ReligiousFinancial Report of Manset Union Church, Dec. 31, 1981 - Dec. 31, 1982. Typed. Edna M. Jellison, Treasurer.File: Manset Church8 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.
2106Financial letter to Brand Whitlock from Manset Union Church Clerk Robena B. Smith. In envelope with later addresses for Mr. Whitlock.Document, LetterOrganizations, ReligiousLetter concerning trust money in Johnson and Johnson stock. To Brand Whitlock from Church Clerk Robena B. Smith. Oct. 1992.File: Manset Church5 1/2" x 8 1/2"
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Letter concerning trust money in Johnson and Johnson stock. To Brand Whitlock from Church Clerk Robena B. Smith. Oct. 1992.
2105Will of Hattie B. TaylorDocumentOrganizations, ReligiousPart 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 Church4" 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]
2104Manset Union Church. Weekly Bulletin. Aug. 10,1986Publication, NewsletterOrganizations, ReligiousManset 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 Church5 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]
2103Union Service of the Manset Union Church and Mount Desert Congregational Church Commemorating Maine's 150th Year of Statehood.Publication, NewsletterOrganizations, ReligiousA Union Service of the Manset Union Church and Mount Desert Congregational Church Commemorating Maine's 150th Year of Statehood, 1970. 4 pages, mimeographed.File: Manset Church5 1/2" x 8 1/2"
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A Union Service of the Manset Union Church and Mount Desert Congregational Church Commemorating Maine's 150th Year of Statehood, 1970. 4 pages, mimeographed.
2102Organ Dedication Service.Document, ProgramOrganizations, ReligiousOrgan Dedication Service. Organ Recital by Wilfrid Tremblay. The Union Church, Manset, Maine, Wednesday Evening, July 30, 1958, at 8 p.m. Hammond Organ Studios, Bangor, Maine. 4 pages.File: Manset Church5 1/2" x 8 1/2"
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Organ Dedication Service. Organ Recital by Wilfrid Tremblay. The Union Church, Manset, Maine, Wednesday Evening, July 30, 1958, at 8 p.m. Hammond Organ Studios, Bangor, Maine. 4 pages.
2101Manset Union Church. Weekly Bulletin. 1975Publication, NewsletterOrganizations, ReligiousManset Union Church. Weekly Bulletin. Printed first and last page used in each weekly bulletin of the time. Includes 1975 Church Directory.File: Manset Church5 1/2" x 8 1/2"
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Manset Union Church. Weekly Bulletin. Printed first and last page used in each weekly bulletin of the time. Includes 1975 Church Directory.
2100Manset Union Church. Weekly Bulletin. Aug. 8, 1971Publication, NewsletterOrganizations, ReligiousManset Union Church. Weekly Bulletin. Aug. 8, 1971. Includes Church directory. 4 pages, mimeographed.File: Manset Church5 1/2" x 8 1/2"
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Manset Union Church. Weekly Bulletin. Aug. 8, 1971. Includes Church directory. 4 pages, mimeographed.
2099Manset Union Church. Weekly Bulletin. June 11, 1967.Publication, NewsletterOrganizations, ReligiousManset Union Church. Bulletin. June 11, 1967. Single sheet, Mimeographed.File: Manset Church5 1/2" x 8 1/2"
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Manset Union Church. Bulletin. June 11, 1967. Single sheet, Mimeographed.