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Identifier Old ID Title Type Subject Description Location Size
2490Chair from Stanley Funeral Home
  • Object, Furnishings, Chair
  • Businesses, Other Business
  • Object, Other Object
Wooden folding chairs (2) that are inscribed with "Stanley Funeral Home" on the underneath of seat. Location of business was on Main Street, Southwest Harbor, owned by Carlton Stanley. (?) Dates operated (?)
  • G.S. (basement)
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Wooden folding chairs (2) that are inscribed with "Stanley Funeral Home" on the underneath of seat. Location of business was on Main Street, Southwest Harbor, owned by Carlton Stanley. (?) Dates operated (?)
1921
  • 812.1
Seat Pad
  • Object, Furnishings, Chair
  • Other, Household Items
Seat pad. Round, 17". Braided white and light blue.
  • Box 33
  • 17" round
Description:
Seat pad. Round, 17". Braided white and light blue.
1922
  • 812.2
Seat Pad
  • Object, Furnishings, Chair
Seat pad. Round, 17". Knit pieces stitched together.
  • Box 33
  • 17" round
Description:
Seat pad. Round, 17". Knit pieces stitched together.
1923
  • 812.3
Seat Pad
  • Object, Furnishings, Chair
Seat pad. Round, 17". Knit pieces stitched together.
  • Box 33
  • 17" round
Description:
Seat pad. Round, 17". Knit pieces stitched together.
1042
  • 47
Rocking Chair
  • Object, Furnishings, Chair
Rocking Chair from the Frances and Paul Hitchcock house, 388 Seawall Rd., Includes 14"x14" pad. Note on bottom of seat: "Belonged to Experience (Bardwell) Andrews (Spike's great great grandmother). Born in Shelburne, Mass, 1789. Died in Deerfield, 1885, age 96. She rocked in this chair up to time of her death. Worn rockers replaced by Paul Hitchcock." "Spike" refers to Paul and Frances Hitchcock's son Allan.
  • GS (Gleaners' Hall)
Description:
Rocking Chair from the Frances and Paul Hitchcock house, 388 Seawall Rd., Includes 14"x14" pad. Note on bottom of seat: "Belonged to Experience (Bardwell) Andrews (Spike's great great grandmother). Born in Shelburne, Mass, 1789. Died in Deerfield, 1885, age 96. She rocked in this chair up to time of her death. Worn rockers replaced by Paul Hitchcock." "Spike" refers to Paul and Frances Hitchcock's son Allan. [show more]