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Compiloci by- 
Stella L, Hill 
Northeast HarJoor, Me. 
1912 



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DIRECTORY AND 

HAND BOOK 

Northeast Harbor, Maine 



Contents 

Maine Central Time Table 

Eastern Steamship Time Table 

Post Otiice Sciiedule 

Episcopal Church Directory 

Union Church Directory 

Catholic Church Directory 

Public Library 

Tide Table 

Cottage Director}' 

Neighborhood House 

Kindergarten 

Secret Orders 

Town Officers 

Tennis Cbib 

Swimming Pool 

New Fire Alarm 

Height of Mountains on Mt. Desert 

Isle 
Summer Level of Lakes 



GREETING 



Northeast Harbor Yesterday 

In 1880 Northeast Harbor was a scat- 
tered community of farming and fishing 
folk, hving in small houses along the 
shore. There were no houses at all where 
the "village" now clusters. Leading up 
the sound, the rough road ended at the 
Corson farm near the present golf club. 
The unpainted schoolhouse stood to the 
north of where the Schoolhouse Ledge 
road joins the town road. There was no 
church. Mr. Corson drove the mail 
down from Somesville twice a week. The 
nearest steamboat connection and tele- 
graph office were at Southwest Harbor 
"The little hamlet," writes Bishop 
Doane, "was reached only by rowing or 
sailing from Southwest Harbor." 

In 1880 President Elliot bought the 
hundred acre lot which includes the ridge 
of Asticon Hill and built the house which 
they still occupy. In the same year 3Ir. 
J. H. Curtis of Boston, bought the farm 
on the eastern bank of the harbor with 
the western slope of Asticou, and built a 
lodge on the hillside. It was also in the 
summer of 1880 that Bishop Doane of Al- 
bany came to l>oard at Squire Kimball's. 
"After spending August," he writes, "I 
was so caj)tivated witli the place that I 
bought a small bit of land. I remember 
a remark made in those days by one of 



the first visitors from the outside who 
came here, Dr. Gilman, then President of 
Johns Hopkins University, there were 
three things of which he always thought — 
the air that he breathed, the views that he 
looked at, and the people that he met, 
and he added in his gracious way, 'which- 
ever way I put them they make an as- 
cending climax," — Extract from History 
of Mount Desert by George E. Street. 



Northeast Harbor Today 

Nestled among the highest hills on the 
Atlantic Coast of the United States with 
their valleys being low cut between the 
hills. Northeast Harbor today has an 
approximate valuation of eight hundred 
thousand dollars, a resident population 
of five hundred, a summer population of 
two thousand, three churches, a public 
library, good schools, a kindergarten, 
neighborhood house, village improvement 
society, and several secret orders. 

It also has an excellent Avater supply, 
sewer system, electric lights, telephone 
and telegraph service, a golf ground wath 
club house, tennis courts with club house, 
a swimming pool, and a fire department. 
In the language of Ex-President 
Eliot of Harvard University: ''The sum- 
mer resort to Mount Desert is chiefly due 
to four things, the cool equable climate, 
the beautiful conformation of the island 
itself, the availability for sailing and fish- 
ing of the waters which surround it, and 
the roughness and wiidness of its hills 
and shores." Stella L. Hill. 



V. R. SMITH CO. 

Main Street 
Northeast Harbor, Maine 

Dry and Fancy Goods 

Rugs, Carpets, Window Shades, 
Curtains and Curtain Fixtures, ()il 
Carpeting and Linoleums, Imported 
and Domestic Jretonnes. 

Ladies, Misses, and Child reus 
Shoes. 

We tailor to measure, Ladies' and 
Gentlemen's garments of all kinds, 
and positively guarantee the lit. 

In our Corset Department will he 
found the Nemo, Royal Worcester, 
F. P. and Wilhelmina. 

A full line of Bedding, including- 
Blankets, Puffs, Pillows, Mattresses, 
Pads, etc. 



We also cayiy a full line of Gents' 
Furnishings, making a Specialty of 
the well know Lamson & Hubbard 
line of Hats and Caps. 

Rainy Day necessities, including 
Oil Coats, Rain Coats, Umbrellas, 
and Rubbers in sizes from the adult 
to the child. 

A full line of Tennis Shoes and 
Bathing Supphes. 

We have opened Dressmaking 
Apartments in our large rooms over 
the Store, with Miss Bertha Hamon 
in charge. We will be pleased to 
give estimates on all work of this 
kind. 

Ladies Tailoring. 

V. R. SMITH CO. 

Main Street 
Northeast Harbor, Maine 



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AMUSEMENT 

PARISH HALL 

Motion Picture Theater 

FOR 
JULY-AUGUST 

Pictures change every Mon., 
Wed. and Sat. Evenings 



SPECIALTY 

Miss Bertha Dudley in 

Illustrated and Spot Songs 

Continuous Show from S to 11 {>. m. 

Prices 10 and 15 cents 

Matinee for Children Saturday P. M. 
PRICE 5 CENTS 

COME WHEN YOU PLEASE 
AND STAY AS LONG AS YOU 
PLEASE :-: :-: :-: 



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■ R, Frost 

Horse Shoeing 
and Jobbing 

^ NO. EAST HARBOR, ME. 

L* E* Haskell 

BARBER SHOP 

First Class Work Guaranteed 

Main St., Northeast Harbor 



KIMBALL HOUSE 

L. E. Kimball, Prop. 



Berkeley Le V. Allen 

Successor to J* Milton Allen 

Importer 

Unique Novelties in 

Porcelain, Faience, Glass, 

Bronzes, Sterling Silver, 

Table China and Toilet Sets 

Northeast Harbor, Me. 
10 



CHARLES a BURR 

Livery, Boarding and 
Sale Stable 

Main St. N. E- Harbor, Maine 



Buckboards, Surreys and 
runabouts to let by the hour, 
day or month with first class 
horses and experienced drivers 



We are open the year round 
and solicit your patronage. 

Special attention to Commercial Men 
Tel. 32 



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TELEPHONE 35-12 

J. E. MULLINS 

UPHOLSTERER 
& DECORATOR 

NORTHEAST HARBOR. MAINE 



t 

VARIETY STORE 

E. E. &N, A. Bartlett 
Home Made Candy 

BALSALM PILLOWS 
Joy Building N. E. Harbor, Me. 



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St* Mary^s-by-the-Sea 



SERVICES 

Holy Coiiimimiou on every Sunday 
at 8 a. m. and on the first and third 
Sundays in the montli at 10.30 a. m. 
Also on the Holy Days at 10.30a.m. 
Other Services as follows : 

Sundays, Morning Prayer and 
Sermon with the Litany on the sec- 
ond and fourth Sunda3's in the 
month, at 10.30 a. m. 

Evening prayer and sermon at 
8.00 p. m. 

Week Days : On Wednesday 
morning, Prayer at 10.00 a. m. and 
on Fridays, morning Prayer and 
Litany at 10.00 a. m. 



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C.E.MONOHON 

Horse Shoer 
and Jobber 

Particular attention paid to 

GENTLEMEN'S TROTTING 

and DRIVING HORSES 



Mrs. M. L. Stanley 

Dressmaker 

REPAIRING A SPECIALTY 
Phone 4-5 



14 



I. T. MOORE 



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Photographic Supplies 

Picture Frames 
Developing and Printing 



Main Street 
Northeast Harbor, Maine 

15 



St. Ignatus Catholic Church 



Rev. Patrick Flannigan, Pastor 

Sunday Services : Mass 6 :00 and 
10:00 a. m, \^espers 7.30 p.m. 
Mid- Week Seruice. 



Summer Level of Lakes 



The Bowl, above sea level, 


410 


Turtle, " " " 


325 


Eagle, '' " " 


275 


Jordans, " " " 


273 


Echo, " " " 


90 


Long Pond, " " '* 


58 


Seal Cove, " " " 


38 



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S. S, Brown 

DEALER IN 

Plumbing^ 

Heating^ 

Fumitwre^ 

Gasoline^ 

Engines^ 

Bicycles arid 

Sewing Machines 

Repairer of Gasolene Engines 
and Bicycles 
Phone 85-21 
Northeast Harbor^ .•. Maine 



I 

Edmund M^ Staples 

Registered Paarmacist No 1027 
Local and Long Distance 'Phone 

Pure Drugs and Chemicals 

Prescription Departmeut in charge of 
three competent and registered 
druggists. 

Full line of Squibbs, Wyeths, and 
Parke Davis Products. 

Sundries : Hudnuts, Roger & Gallet, 
Pinauds, Imported and Domestic 
Toilet Goods, Medicinal and Table 
waters. 



We are sold agents for the following 
candies : 

Park & Tilford, New York 

Gaults, Baltimore 

Liggetts, Boston 



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S. S. Pierce Co., Boston 
Fuller, Green Co., Boston 
H. D. Foss Co., Boston 
Also Huyler sales agency 

Call in and inspect our sanitary store 
up to the minute in each depart- 
ment, clean and cool. 

Whether the day be hot or chilly you 
will find feoda satisfaction at our 
fountain. Cold concoctions thai 
help you chase the heat. 

Our fountain service is equalled by 
few and the quality of our soda is* 
excelled b}" none. Constant care 
and extreme cleanliness assure you 
of the purest, healthful, richest, 
tastiest soda drinks that can be 
procured. 

Courteous treatment 

Branch at Seal Harbor in charge of 
a reoistered druggist. 

THE REXALL STORES 



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NortheakSt Hafrbor 
Library and Reading Room 



OPEN DAILY 

Hours: 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. 

Several thousand volnrnes, includ- 
ing standard books of reference and 
many volumes of travels, essays, 
poems, histories, and fiction are now 
accessible. Monthly, weekly and 
daily journals are received. 

Shares, $50 each, free from annual 
dues. Annual subscri^^tions for a 
family of two or three persons, dwell- 
ing in one house, $5.00. For a sin- 
gle person, $3.00. 

The money received from the 
shares is donated to the improvement 
of the library by the purchase of 
books, furniture, etc. The current 
expenses are met by the annual sub- 
scriptions. 

Subscriptions anc] gifts from visit- 
ors and residents are requested. 



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Rand & McNulty 

Successors to E. S. Atwood & Co. 




Livery and 
Boarding Stable 

up-to-date Vehicals of all 
kinds. Careful attention given 
to the selection of good drivers 

All orders promptly filled 

Sales Stable in Connection 

FANCY DRIVING HORSES 
A SPECIALTY 

Oppsite Neighborhood House. 

Phone 10 

Sales Stable also at Presque Isle, Maine 

21 



Wm. M. Peckham 

Carpenter and 

Builder 

Cottage Jobbing 
Cabinet WorK 

and Repairing 

ESTIMATEIS GIVEN 

Northeast Harbor, - Maine 

Telephone 5-1 

Bar Harbor Banking 

& Trust Company 
Bar Harbor^ Me. 

Capital S 50,000. 

Surplus 125,000. 

Individual Liability of 
Stockholders 50,000. 



$225,000. 

Deposits received subject to check 



L. & G. Stanley 

Successors to Abram Gilpatrick 
AT 

Rock End Boat Slip 



High Grade Boats of every 
description to let by the hour, 
day, month, or season with or 
without experienced boatman. 



Telephone Connection 
23 



OTIS M. OBER 

Dealer in 

ij^u^ mxh (^rmx 

S. S. Pierce's Goods a Specialty 

POLAND BUTTER 

Mineral Waters and 

Mt Desert Spring Water 

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Boston, Mass, Sept. 3, 1896 
Chas. A. Watts, Esq., 

36 Coliiniburt Avenue, 
Boston, MadS. 
Dear Sir ; — 

We have very carefully analyzed 
your sample of ''Sprinoj Water from 
the Island of Mount Desert, Maine :" 
Parts per 100,000 
Total Solids 6.40 

Volatile & Organic Matter 1.95 
Fixed Solids or Mineral 



Matter 




4.45 


Free A nun on i a 




0.0012 


Albuminoid Ammonia 




0.0036 


Chlorine 




1.035 


Degree of hardness 




2.25 


The Mineral Matter contains 


: 


Part 


s per 


100,000 


Silica 




0.940 


Sesquiexides of Iron 


and 




Alumina 




traces 


Lime 




1.350 


Magnesia 




0.265 


Snlphuric Acid 




0.132 


Chlorine 




1.035 


These results indicate that the wa- 



ter is a very pure one and is in every 
way desirable for use as a drinking 
water. 

Yours very truly, 
(Signed) Davenport & AVilliams 



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Neighborhood House and 
Athietic -Association 

NOHTIIEA.ST HaKBOK, ]MaIXE 

PURPOSE — Maintenance of a social 
meeting place, for wholesome amnsement 
and for helpful and uplifting influences. 

ISI A N A( iEMENT — The Neigh b. )rhood 
House and Athletic Field are under the 
control and management of a corporation 
acting through a Board of Directors an- 
nually chosen by the stockholders of the 
corporation. 

SUBSCRIBERS — Subscribers are ad- 
mitted to the privileges of the liouse with 
the use of the reading room, gymnasium 
ai)aratus, bowling alleys, pool table, etc., 
and all of the privileges of the Athletic 
Field upon the payment of dues as follows : 

DUP]S — For men and boys over four- 
teen years of age, ?4 per annum. 

For women and girls over fourteen years 
of age, $2 per annum. 

For a family, including father, mother, 
and children under fourteen years of age, 
§6 per annum. 

For children l)etween twelve and four- 
teen years of age, $2 per annum. 

All dues payable in advance. 

MISCELLANEOUS — Children under 
fourteen years of age are not allowed to 
use ihe pool table or ])owling alleys. 

The Directors at their discretion may 
rent the whole or a part of the house. 

To make the House self-sup])orting, it 
is necessary to have a large nuin])er of 
meml)ers both of permancml and sum- 
mer residents. You are invited to till in 
an application blank, and forward the 
same to Mr. Albert O. Jacobson, Supt., 
Northeast Harbor, Me. 



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Amedeo Bertucci 

DEALER IN 

Fruits and Produce 

Olives and Olive Oil, 
Confectionery, Tobaccco 

and Cigars, 
Italian Special Macaroni. 

Special Attention given 

to Cottage Trade. 

N. E. HARBOR, - MAINE 



McEachern & Stanley 

Wholesale and Retail dealers in 

or AUL KIINDS 

All soods in town delivered free 
Main St., Northeast Harbor, Maine 

TEL. 44-3. 



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.1. H. Wood G. L. Wood 

Wood Bros, 
Restaurant 

AND 

bunch Room 

Meals at all hours 

Cooked food a specialty 
Special attention paid 
to Family Cooking 

NORTHEAST HARBOR, ME. 



Mrs. S. JR. TiYicey 

Dealer i)) 

DRY AND FANCY GOODS 
WALL PAPERS 

N. E. HARBOR, .-. ME. 



L W. HERRICK 

NORTHEAST HARBOR, ME. 

4 LIVERY 4 

All Vehicles of the Best 

Drivers Careful and Competent 

All Boats met at Northeast ; and at Seal 
Harbor or Bar Harbor by appointment. 

Telephone 108 



E, A. HODGDON 

Contractor and Builder 

Jobbing and Cabinet Making 
a Specialty 

NORTHEAST HARBOR, MAINE 

Tel, 61-3 



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Height of Mountains on 
Mount Desert Isle 



Green ^Mountain, 
Sar^^eaiit's Mountain, 
Dry Mountain, 
Pemetis jNIonntain, 
Newport ^luuntain, 


1 ,527 
1,844 
1.202 
1,262 
1.090 


AVestern ( W. Peak, 


1,073 


Mountain ( E. Peak, 
The White Cap, 
Brown's ]Mountain, 


971 
925 

860 


The Bubbles | ^^«^\^^' 
1 South, 
Beech ^lountain, 
McFarland's Mountain, 


854 
780 
855 
760 


( East, 


720 


The Triads, j North. 


688 


( South, 
Young's Mountain, 
Dog Mountain, 
Robinson's Mountain, 
The Beehive, 
Great Pond Hill, 


600 
706 
670 
700 
540 
540 


The Cleft, If ^^\^' 
( South, 


610 
460 


Peak of Otter, 
Carter's Nubble, 
Interlaken Hill, 
Mt. Keleo, 

f North, 
Jordan's Hill, j g^^^^j^^ 


506 

480 
462 
405 
340 
360 


Flying Mountain, 
Bald Alountain, 
High Head Mountain, 


300 
250 

208 


Burnt Mountain, 
Mount Gibbon, 
Otter Cliff, 


175 
160 
112 



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MlbUGRCST 
MARKET 

D. G iiAlL.l> GO. 

Choice Cuts of Beef, Mutton, 
Lamb, Veal, etc. Also Fresh 
Poultry, Eggs, Butter, Milk 
and Cream constantly on 
hand. 

All farm and garden delicacies 
grown on Hillcrest Farm, AYest Eden, 
served to onr customers direct from 
the farm every morning during their 
season. 

SPECIALTIP:8— Home raised vege- 
tables and fruits. Up-to-date service, 
reasonable prices. Sunbeam Goods, 
Skowhegan Jersey Butter. 

Northeast Harbor, Me. 

Telephone 110 
31 



Northeart Harder Meat Market 

Merritt T. Ober 

Dealer in 

Meats^ Fruity 
Vegetables^ 
Gream^ EqU^t 
General Cottage 
Supplies^ 

Bottled Goods and Ice 

Poland and Sharpless Butter 

a Specialty 
S. S. Pierce's Goods and 
Lawsons Pink Canned Goods 

32 



Northeast Harbor Bakery 

Merritt T. Ober 

Plain^ Fai^oy^ and 
Ori^amasiiai Baking. 

Fr&^Qh aiid 
Viensia Sread 
and Roils. 

Wedding and 
BiHhdmy Cakes 

ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED 

TEL. 77 

3o 



A. D. Sinclair 

Dealer in 

I C E 

All Orders Filled Promptly 

TELEPHONE 85-21 
NORTHEAST HARBOR, ME. 

Walls Company 

FLORISTS 

Window boxes filled 

Lawns cared for 
Gardens made and repaired 

ALL KINDS OF BEDDING PLANTS 
SOD AND LOAM 

Main St. 

NORTHEAST HARBOR. - ME. 

Tel. 342 Greenhouse, Otter Creek 8633-2 

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The Northeast Harbor 
Kindergarten Association 

Was founded in 1895 by Mrs. Eliza 
Bryson of New York City and until her 
death she was a most generous supporter. 

The ages that children are admitted to 
the Kindergarten are from three to seven 
and the tuition is the small sum of 
twenty. five cents per week. But no'child 
need remain away whose parents feel 
they cannot afiord to pay the tuition, as 
application blanks are sent out each year 
affording the opportunity to apply for a 
scholarship. 

At present the Kindergarten year is 
from May until Christmas, subject to va- 
cation. 

To defray the expenses of the Kinder- 
garten beside that paid for tuition and, 
for several years one hundred and fifty 
dollars appropriated by the town of Mt. 
Desert, the money has been raised by en- 
tertainments and an annual summer fair 
and a few private subscriptions. 

In 1910 it was voted to discontinue the 
summer sales and raise the money by sub- 
scription. This proved very successful. 

The Kindergarten has a room in the 
Neighborhood House, and at present is 
under the management of Miss Laura 
Tracy as Kindergartner, and Miss Mary 
Gilpatrick as her assistant, who would be 
very grateful for visits from the members 
of the summer colony, as well as from the 
all year residents of Northeast Harbor. 



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Jerome H* Knowles 

ATTORNEY- AT-LAW 
Notary Public 

Real Estate Cottages for Rent 

Building Sites for Sale 



INSURANCE 

OF ALL KINDS 

ROYAL 

INSURANCE CO. LTD. 

Belle Smallidge Knowles 
AGENT 



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Jordan Pond House 

Open June i5 to Oct. 8 

Well Known for its Specialties 



Broiled Chicken and Popovers, 
Broiled Live Lobsters, Our own 
grown vegetables, Afternoon Teas, 
Ice Cream, Confections and Sodas. 



We also carry tlie largest line of 
Souvenirs and Novelties on Mt. 
Desert Island, Post Cards and Pho- 
tographs of Mt. Desert. Indian 
Moccasins, Jewelry. Handwork in 
many lines. 

Dinners and Luncheons 

Served on short notice. 

J. A. McINTIRE, Prop. 

TeL 800-2 

Seal Harbor, .'. MCm 

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New Fire Alarm 



July 1st saw the new fire alarm system 
in operation at Northeast Harbor, 

The town at the annual meeting voted 
$1,000 to install a compressed air fire 
alarm whistle, and the contract was a- 
warded to Mr. R. W. LeBaron of Arling- 
ton. Mass., and In connection with this 
whistle, the Board of trade are to have 
what is known as the telephone fire alarm 
system. This system is very simple and 
cards will be issued to every householder 
explaining it, but to give the public an 
idea how to pull in an alarm. 

Look at your card and find in what dis- 
trict you are, then telephone "Central" 
say "Fire" and your number, the opera- 
tor then pulls in the alarm. 

To made this system a success telephone 
users will have to co-operate, and the 
Board of trade asks all subscribers that 
when a fire is given over their line to give 
it the right of way, and the Telephone 
Company will at once connect you with 
your party again, 



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Hamor & Stanley 

Plumbing and Heating 

Bath Room Specialties 

Garden Hose, Lawn Sprinklers, 

Hose Nozzles and Reels. 

PHONE 107-3 
NORTHEAST HARBOR, MAINE 



C. G. BORDEAUX 

DEALER IN 

MILK, CREAM AND 
FARM PRODUCE 

P. O. Address, Mt. Desert, Maine 
PHONE 41-23 



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Justice of the Peace Trial Ju.stice 

Alvah L. Reed 

Assoc. Me* Soc. C. E. 

Surveyor and 
Draug'htman 

INSURANCE Real Estate 

No. East Harbor, Me. 

THE BURRILL 

NATIONAL BANK 

OF ELLSWORTH, ME. 

Invites Your Check, Savings 

or Safe-Deposit Business. 
Call or write for particulars. 



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PrrHrrtpttnn g>pmaltat 

A PER8CR1PTI0N 

Under our label is a guarantee of 
absolute accuracy in science and 
quality. 

^^* t^^ t(7^ 

OUR DRUG dp:partment 

Is complete in every particvlar, pure 
drugs, a full line and competent 
pharmacists to fill your perscrip- 
tious. 



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We have a large and well selected 

stock of druggist sundries. 

Purchases delivered without charge 

Telephone 5Q 



41 



Swiroming Pool 



The use of the pool, the Loggia, the 
racquet court and all the other buildings, 
with the dressing rooms, their furniture 
and furnishings, is given, free, by the 
Village Improvement Society. To meet 
the cost of salaries and maintenance the 
following fees have been established: 
Admission to grounds, 15 cts 

Bath additional, 25 cts 

Six bath ticket, with 

admission $2. 

Season admission ticket 3. 
Second ticket, in same 

• family 2. 

Season ticket, bath and 

admission 10. 

Sec. ticket, same family 0. 
Third " " " 8. 
Fourth " " " 7. 
Fifth " " •' (). 
Sixth " *' " 5. 
Swimming lesson 1. 

Ticket for six swimming 

lessons 5. 

Season ticket to racquet 

court 5. or 3. 

Single day ticket to racquet 

court 25 cts 

The fees must be paid in casti, at the 
time. Nothing can be "charged." The 
tickets are not transferable. 



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Nortt|paBt i^arbor. Main? 

Herman L. Savage 
open late june to late september 



Facial Massage, Shampooing, 
Manicuring, Scalp Treatment 

TEL. 32 NORTHEAST HARBOR, ME. 



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Home Made Oakes 
and Gaudies 

For Afternoon Teas 

and Luncheons 

Made to Order 

High Class Table Board by the 
Day or Week 

All Prices Reasoiial)le. PHONE 138-12 

Mrs* L* G* Hodgkins 

Over Small's Drug Store 



Manchester Brothers 

All Kinds of Trucking 

Piano moving a specialty 

Local Expressmen 

.NORTHEAST HARBOR, - ME. 

TFLEPHOXE 12 



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I 



Secret Orders 

St. Mary Chapter, 0. E. 8. No. 118. 
Meeting 2nd and 4th Wednes- 
day. 

Asticou Rebekah Lodge, I. O. O. F. 
Meeting 2nd and 4th Friday. 

Ocean Lodge, No. 140, 1. 0. O. E. 
Meeting every Monday night. 

N. E. Harbor Lodge, No. 208, F. & 
A. M. Meeting 1st Tuesday of 
each month. 



Town Officers 

Town Clerk, Lyman II. Somes 

Selectmen and Assessors, GeorgeA. Sav- 
age, Fred H. Parker, George J. Joy 
Overseer of Poor, Lyman H. Somes 

Treasurer and Collector, Merritt T. Ober 
Superintendent of Schools, L. E. Williams 
Superintending School CommitteCj Frank 
A. Ober, Leroy S. Clement, Abram 
C. Fernald. 
Board of Health, Edward A. Hodgdon, 
George E. Tnrner, Charles H. Clem- 
ent. 
Chief of Fire Department, John C. Pedder 
Auditor, Joseph W. Small 



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AT BAIN'S-- 

The Store of Better Things 

Complete line of the best 
Stationary, Dinner Cards 
and Favors. 
Exclusive Agency for 
Page & Shaw's Candy, 
Whitman's, Repetti's, 
AUegretti's, Mary 
Elizabeth's and 
Bell Mead Sweets. 

We also carry Park & Tilford's and 
Huyler's. liain's famous Ice Cream 
Imported Cigars, Cigarettes, To- 
baccos, Pipes and Pouches. Toilet 
Preparations. Newsj)apers — Maga- 
zines — Books. Up-to-date Lending 
Library. Japanese, Indian and 
Arts-and-Crafts Baskets. Tennis 
and Athletic Supplies. 

Try First at Bain's 

Main Stm Northeast Harbor 



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I 

E, L , Royal 

Electrical Contractor 

House Wiring 
Electric Beils 
Loci( and 
Key Wori( 

Kerosene Lamps 

Rflade Electric 



TELEPHONE 138-4 
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Tide Table 1912 



High Tide at Xokthea.st 


Harbor 


JUNE 


Day 

20 


a. Ill, 
:] 04 


p. m 


Day a. m. 


p. m 


3 44 


15 10 19 


10 49 


21 


4 04 


4 34 


16 11 19 


11 34 


22 


5 04 


5 19 


17 


22 04 


2!) 


<) 04 


6 19 


18 12 34 


1 04 


24 


7 04 


7 19 


10 1 19 


2 04 


25 


8 (_)4 


S 04 


20 2 04 


3 04 


26 


9 04 


9 04 


21 3 19 


4 04 


27 


9 49 


9 34 


22 4 10 


4 49 


28 


10 19 


10 19 


23 5 19 


5 49 


29 


11 04 


11 04 


24 6 34 


6 49 


30 


11 34 


11 49 


25 7 14 


7 49 

8 34 

9 35 
10 04 


31 





11 04 


26 8 19 

27 9 19 

28 10 04 


AUGUST 


1 


12 19 
1 04 
1 34 


12 49 

1 19 

2 04 


29 10 49 


10 49 


H 


30 11 10 


11 34 


4 


2 19 


2 49 


JUL^ 


'' 


5 
6 


3 04 

4 04 


4 34 


I 


12 04 


4 :;4 


2 12 04 


12 34 


. 7 


4 49 


5 19 


3 12 49 


1 19 


8 


5 49 


() 19 


4 1 34 


2 04 


9 


6 49 


7 19 


5 2 04 


2 49 


10 


7 49 


8 18 


6 2 59 


3 10 


11 


8 49 


9 19 


7 3 34 


4 19 


12 


9 49 


10 19 


8 4 34 


5 04 


13 


10 49 


11 04 


9 5 IV) 


5 49 


14 


11 34 





10 6 19 


() 49 


15 


12 04 


12 34 


11 7 19 


7 49 


K) 


12 49 


1 04 


12 8 19 


8 49 


17 


1 49 


2 04 


13 9 19 


9 34 


18 


2 34 


3 04 


14 10 04 


10 34 


19 


3 34 


3 40 


15 11 04 


11 19 


20 


4 34 


4 49 


16 11 49 





21 


5 34 


2 49 


17 12 10 


12 34 


22 


34 


6 49 


18 1 19 


1. 49 


23 


7 34 


7 49 


19 2 04 


2 34 


24 


8 34 


8 34 



48 



Daj 


a 


in 


p. m 


25 


9 


19 


1 19 


26 


9 49 


10 04 


27 


10 34 


10 24 


28 


11 


04 


11 10 


29 


11 


84 


11 49 


30 


— 


— 


12 04 


81 


12 


84 


12 49 


yEPTE^IBER 


1 


1 


49 


1 34 


2 


i) 


84 


3 04 


3 


3 


34 


3 04 


4 


3 


34 


4 04 


5 


4 


84 


5 04 


6 


5 


34 


04 


7 


G 


34 


7 04 


8 


7 


49 


8 04 


9 


8 34 


9 04 


10 


9 34 


10 04 


11 


10 


19 


10 49 



Day a. ra. 


p. Ill 


12 11 19 


11 34 


18 


12 04 


14 12 '34 


12 49 


15 1 19 


1 84 


16 2 04 


2 34 


17 3 04 


2 84 


18 4 04 


4 ]9 


10 5 04 


5 19 


20 6 04 


6 19 


21 7 04 


7 04 


22 7 40 


8 04 


28 8 34 


8 49 


24 9 16 


9 34 


25 9 49 


9 34 


26 10 19 10 49 


27 11 04 


11 19 


28 11 34 


— — 


29 12 04 


12 19 


30 12 49 


1 04 



Main Street 



Telephone 44-2 



J. L. THOM 

Dealer in 

Fruit, Milk and Cream 

Orders taken for Ice Cream 



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r. A. roster 

Painter and Paper 
Hanging Suppiies 

Telephone Connection 



T3/)e JELLISON 

milline:ry co. 

Millinery, 

Veils, 

Gloves, 

Utopia Wool 

Branch of Bar Harbor Store 

50 



The Asticou Ina 
and Cottages 

George A. Savage, Prop. 

Northeast Harbor 

Mount Desert Island, Me. 



Open Your Check Account 
with the 

3\YBt National lattk 
of lar Ifarbor 

Checks drawn on this Bank 
may be cashed in Northeast 
Harbor, free of charge. 



51 



A Sanitary Laundry 

At Your Service _ 

Au investigation by liealtli officers 
has disclosed the fact that much 
disease is caused by unsanirary 
washing of clothes by laundresses, 
who work in their homes. 
A phone message brings our 
wagon to your door. 

— Northerst Laundry 

Turner & Davis 



Graves Bros. 

COSyTRAGTORS FOR 
MASON WORK 

WORK FURNISHED TO ORDER 

Dealers in 

Hair, Lime and Cement. 

Street Curbing, Paving Blocks and 

Different kinds of Granite Work 

52 



C. A. KIMBALL 

(Eltftnn i^mxBt 

NORTHEAST HARBOR. ME. 



Mt. Desert Stables 

F. M. Gaynor, Prop. 

Livery and 
Boarding Stable 

Private Lets a Specialty 
High Class Rigs 

PHONE 8 



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Northeast Harbor Post Office 



ScKedule of Mails 

June 24 to September 29, 1912. 

Due to arrive and ready for Delivery: 
10.15 a. m., from We.^t by boat. 
11.45 a. m., from Asticou. 
2.00 p. m., from ^Manset and South- 
west Harbor by boat. 
2.00 p. m., from Mt. Desert by stage 
2.30 p. m., from West by boat, except 

Monday. 
().30 p. m,. from Asticou. 
7.45 p. m., from West by boat. 
Close daily except Sunday ; 

7.55 a. m., for Mt. Desert by stage. 

8.35 a. m., for AVest by boat. 

8.35 a. m., for Southwest Harbor and 

^Nlanset by l)oat. 
11.45 a. m., for Asticou. 
1.10 p. m.. for West by boat. 
7.10 p. m., for West by boat. 
7.45 p. m. . for Asticou. 
Sundays : 

Arrive 10.15 a. m., from West by boat. 
" 10.15 a. m., from Asticou. 
" 2.30 p. m., from West by boat. 
" 6.30 p. m.. for Asticou. 
Close at 6.30 p. m., for Asticou. 

" 7.10 p. m., for West by boat. 

Office H(Htrs, Dait.y PIvcept Suxd.vys 
General Delivery, Registry, Stamp and 
Money Order Windows will be open from 
from 7.30 a. m. to S.30 p. m., except 
when assorting mails. Lobby open dur- 
ing same hours. 



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Sundays and Holidays 
General Delivery and Stamp Windows 
will be open from 10.15 a. m. to 11.00 a. 
m.. and from 6.30 to 7.00 p. m. Lobby 
open 8.00 a. m. to 8.00 p. m. 

No registry or money order business 
done Sundays and no money order busi- 
ness done Holidays. 



C. E. SPURLING 

Successor to Spiirling & Ladd 
at Kimbabll's Wharf 
Sailing Yachts, Naptha 
Launches, Row Boats and 
Canoes to Let with skilled 
Boatmen if desired. 



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T. IN. Graves 

Dealer in 

Meats, 
Groceries, 



rrovisions 
and Grain 

Agent for 

THE ROCK-END 
SPRING WATER 

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The Rock-End Spring Water 

an anal3"sis of which is given below, is 
ased entirely as the table water at 

THE ROCK-END 

The F. a. Gentii Chemical Company 
Philadelphia Pa., Sept. 14, 1899. 
Mr. H. L. Savage, 

Northeast Harbor, ]Me. 
Dear Sir: — In accordance with your re- 
quest I sent to Mr. Francis L. Taylor, of 
Lansdowne, Pa., far a sample of water 
from your spring for analysis. An exam- 
ination of the same gave me the following 
results : 

Parts in 1,000,000 parts water 
Total Solids 21.8 

Silica 6.4 • 

Iron and Alumina 1,4 

Lime 2.4 

Magnesia 1.1 

Sulphuric Acid 1.2 

Chlorine ' 5.3 

Free Nitrogen 0.04 

Nitrogen by permanganate 

( Albumenold Nitrogen ) 0. 08 
Nitrates and Nitrites Faintest Traces 

Alkalies andCarbolicAcid Not determined 
From the above analysis it will be seen 
that this water is a very pure natural 
water. Yours truly, 

F. A. Genth, State Assayer. 



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S1|F littou QIl|urrI| 



Sunday, July 7. Rev. Samuel A, Eliot, 
D. 1)., President, American Unitarian 
Association, Boston, Mass. 

Sunday July 14. Rev. Charles A.Moore, 
I). I)., All Souls' Church, Bangor, 
Me. 

Sunday, July iM . Rev. Lee McCollester, 
D. D., Church of Our Father, De- 
troit, Mich. 

Sunday, July 28. Rev. Charles 
Franklin Shaw, Madison Avenue 
Presbyterian Church, Albany, X. Y. 

Sunday, August 4. Rev. Ambrose W. 
Vernon, D. D., Harvard Church, 
Brookline, Mass. 

Sunday, August 11. Rev. Prof. Francis 
G. Peabody, D. D., Harvard Divinity 
School, Cambridge, Mass. 

Sunday, August 18. Rev. George L. 
Paine, St. Paul's Church, New Hav- 
en, Conn. 

Sunday, August 25. Rev. George A. Gor- 
dan, D. D.. Old'South Church, Bos- 
ton, Mass. 

Sunday September 1. Rev. Albert R. 
Vail, First Unitarian Church, Urba- 
na. 111. 

Sunday, September S. Rev. Paul Revere 
Frothingham, Arlington St. Church 
Boston, Mass. 
The service begins at 10.45 a. m. All 

are cordially invited. 



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J. H. BRANSGOM 



&fQ 



Coal, 
Wood, 
Kindling, 
Gravel. 



Northeast Harbort Maine 

Prompt Delivery. 
Your Patronage Solicited 



59 



Sarhoiaslde 

Thomas Caster, Prop. 
NORTHEAST HARBOR. ME. 



U A. WILSON 

Successor to J. H. Siillis 

CONTRACTOR 

and 

BUILDER 

Alterations and Repairs 
Receiving Careful Attention 

Designing Tand Building Bun- 
galows a Specialty. 

Telephone Connection. 
60 



G. D, JOY 

GENERAL 
CONTRACTOR 

REAL ESTTAE 

Office in Joy Building, Jlain Street 

Telephone Connection 
NORTHEAST HARBOR, MAINE 

Frank Manchester 
ELECTRICIAN 

Electrical Supplies and Work 
of all kinds 

Orders Promptly Attended to 

Satisfaction Guaranteed. 
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Eastern Steamship 

CORRORATIOiV 

Eastern SteamsKip Lines 

All-the-Way-by-Water 
SCHEDULE OF SAILINGS 

Subject to change without notice 

Bar Harbor Line 

steamp:r j. t. morse 

Read down Read up 

Leave Due 

5.00 p.m. Boston 7.00 a. m 

via Bangor Line 
5.15 a.m. Rockland G.30 p.m 

Leave 
6.00 " North Haven 5.45 p. m 

7.00 " Stonington 4.45 " 

8.30 " Southwest Harbor 3.15 " 
8.45 " Northeast Harbor 3.00 " 
9.00 " Seal Har1)or 2.45 " 

Due 
10.00 a.m. Bar Harbor 2.00 p.m. 



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'Bhe Mt. Desert 
Nurseries 

Ricb.arcf Rothe, Manager 

TREES, SHRUBS and VINES 
for Northern Plantings. 

EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT 



OF HARDY PERENNIALS 

including Novelties of Merit 

THE LARGEST SUPPLY OF 



CUT FLOWERS 
at reasonable rates. 

We are prepared to furnish plan s, 
give estimates and advice in all mat- 
ters of gardening. 

The Nurseries are open to the Public 

SPECIAL FEATURE OF THE 
SEASON 1912 

Our New Rockgarden 

Tel. 35-11 



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1912 

Northeast Harbor Tennis Club 

(liK-orpoi-iiTcl l!t()7) 

President, Benjamin W. Arnold 
Vice President, James T. Gardiner 
Secretary, John S. Melclier 
Treasurer, P. Burnham MofFatt. 

CLUB HOUSE— The use of the Club 
House shall be free to members an<l their 
guests. 

:\IEMBEKSHIP— Active members are 
elected by the Board of Directors and pay 
an entrance fee of SIOO. Tlieir yearly 
dues are S15, and their immediate family 
and house guests will be furnished, on ap- 
plication to the Superintendent, with 
Special Tickets entitling them to the use 
of the Courts without charge. 

All other members may be admitted by 
the Superintendent, or by one of the Ex- 
ecutive Committee, and shall pay dues in 
accordance with the Schedule below. 
Candidates for all classes of meml)ership 
must be proposed in writing by one or 
more members in a book to be kept for 
that purpose at the Club House. 

TICKETS— Each member shall have a 
ticket stating his name and class member- 
ship. Tickets are not under aay circum- 
stances transferable, and players must 
show their tickets whenever requested to 
do so by the Superintendent. 



04 



The Prices of tickets are as follows : 
Active Members' tickets $15.00 each 

Good foJ the season. Xo charge is made 
for Special Tickets issued as above at the 
reque.st of the holder of an Active Mem- 
ber's ticket. 
Season tickets . 815.00 each 

Good for the season. 
Child's Season tickets 810.00 each 

To be issued only to children under the 
age of fourteen years. 
Month tickets 810.00 each 

Good only for thirty days from date of 
issue. 
Fortnight tickets 8 8.00 each 

Good only for two weeks from date of 
issue. 
AVeek tickets 8 5.00 each 

Good only for one week from date of 
issue. 
Day tickets 8 1 00 each 

Good only for the date of issue. 

Day tickets may bo obtained only at 
the Club House. All other tickets, ex- 
cept those ef Active Membership and 
Special Tickets, may be obtained at the 
Club House ; at the Kimball House ; at 
the Rock End Hotel ; at the Clifton house ; 
and at the Asticou Inn. 

USE OF COURTS— The Courts shall 
be open for play each day from 9 a. m. to 
6 p. m., excepting on Sundays. 



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COTTAGE DIRECTORY 

Also}), Rev. and Mrs. Rees F., 
Brookh'ii, N. Y., "Ct)ntenta," 
South Shore. 

Arnold, 3Ir. and ^Irs. Beiijiunin W., 
Misses Dorothy and Katherine 
Arnold, Albany, X.Y. Vaughan 
No. 2, Smallidge Point. 

Auerbacli, ^Ir. and Mrs. Joseph 8., 
and family. New York, N. Y., 
'^P^dgewood," South Shore. 

Austin, Mr., and Miss Rebekah J. 
Austin, Rosemont, Pa. ''East- 
ward AVay," On The Harbor. 

Baker, Mrs. Stephen, and family. 
New York. "Holiday House," 
Harbourside. 

Benson, Mr. and Mrs. Louis F., 
Philadelphia, Pa. Abram Gil- 
patrick Cottage, South Shore. 

Blanchard, the Misses Anna and 
Harriet, New York. D. E. 
Kimball Cottage, No. 2, South 
Shore. 

Blodgett, Miss P^leanor E., Mr. and 
Mrs. W.T. Blodgett, and family. 
New York. ''AYestward Way." 
South Shore. 

Bradley, Mr. and Mrs. Charles and 
family, Newark, N. J. "The 
Breezes, South Shore. 



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Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. H^ G., and 
family, Boston. G. A. Savage. 
Cottage, Asticou. 

Brown, Jr., Mrs. and Mrs. John A., 
Pbiladelpliia. McBride Cottage, 
Sonth Shore. 

Burr, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. and fam- 
il}^ Philadelphia. Peckham Cot- 
tage, Harbonrside. 

Cabot, Mr. Louis, Boston. "Sunset 
Lodge," Schoolhouse Ledge. 

Cabot, Mrs. Samuel, Boston. Can- 
dage Cottage, Harbourside. 

Chapin, Mrs. L.H., and family, New 
York. "Seaward," South Shore 

Colton, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. S. W.. 
and family, Philadelphia. "Far- 
A-Way," Greening's Island. 

Cope, Mr. Thomas P., Mrs. F. R. 
Cope, Miss Cope, Philadelphia. 
Heckshire Cottage, Schoolhousa 
Ledge. 

Crofoot, Mr. and Mrs. L.F. and fam- 
ily Omaha. Nebraska. Whitmore 
Cottage, No. 1. 

Dabney, Mr. and Mrs. Chas.W. and 
family, Dedham, Mass. Dab- 
ney Cottage, South Shore. 

Dana, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. E., Miss 
Milicent W. Dana, Philadelphia. 
"Inch Cape,", On The Harbor. 



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Davenport, Commodore and Mrs. R, 
G., Washington, D.C. "North- 
erly," Asticou. 

Davis, JNliss II. Anna, New Yoik, 
"Sweet Briars," Har])onrside. 

de Peyster, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. and 
famil3% New York. "Colonial 
Cottage," Rock End Ave. 

Disston, Mr. and IVIrs. Jacob S., and 
family, Philadelphia. "Indian 
Head," Manchester Point. 

Doane, The Rt. Rev. William Cros- 
well, Albany, N. Y.. Miss Mar- 
2:aret Gardiner, "Mag n u m 
Donum," South Shore. 

DiiBois, Dr. and Mrs. Mathew H.. 
jNIiss Ethel DuBois, New York. 
John E. Fait Cottage, South 
Sliore. 

Dunham, Dr. and Mrs. Theodore and 
family. New York. Dunham 
Cottage, Manchester Point. 

Elk)t, President and Mrs. Charles 
W., Cambridge, Mass. Eliot 
Cottage, Asticou. 

Eliot, Mr. and JNIrs. S. A. and fami- 
ly, Cambridge, Mass. S. A. 
Eliot Cottage, Asticou. 

Eliot, Mr. and the Misses Delafield 
and Nightingale, New York. 
"Ober-Ammergau," H a r b our- 
side. 



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Findlay, Mrs. Jolm Van Lear, Mr. 
and Mrs. York Allen, Orange^ 
N. J. J. H. Fait Cottage No. 
1, Rock End Ave. 
Fraley, Mr. and Mrs. C. Bradford 
and family, Philadelphia. '-Col- 
onial Cottage," Mane h ester 
Point. . 
Fraley, Dr. and Mrs. Frederick and 
family, Philadelphia. Fraley 
Cottage, Harbourside. 
Frazier, Dr. and Mrs. Charles H. 
and family, Pliiladelphia. Fra- 
zier Cottage. Schoolhouse Ledge 
Frazier, Mr. and Mrs. W. AV., Mr. 
and Mrs. John Frazier, Mr. and 
Mrs. Charles E. Brinley and 
famly, miiladelphia. ^'The Bar- 
nacles," • South Shore. 
Frazier, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. W. W. 
and family, Philadelphia. ''Reef 
Point," Sonth Shore. 
Frelinghuysen, Miss C. L., New 
York. "Gardenconrt," Har- 
bourside. 
Frelinghuysen. Mr. and Mrs. Freder- 
ick and family, Newark, N. J. 
D. E. Kimball Cottage No. 1, 
South Shore. 
Grant, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. William S.,. 
Miss Marian D. Grant, Mr. 
Francis Clark Grant, Philadel- 



69 



phia. "De Lights," Kar'Doiir- 
side. 

Green, Mrs. George Walton, Mr. 
Horace Green, New York. "Jun- 
iper Ledge," On The Harbor. 

Gaeer, The Rt. Rev. and ]\Ir8. Da- 
vid H., Miss Jean Greer, New 
York. Vaughn n No. 1, Small- 
id ge Point. 

Grinnel, Mr. and Mrs. E. Morgan 
and family, New York. E. H. 
Kimball Cottage, On The Har- 
bor. 

Harris, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. J. A. and 
family, Philadelphia. "The 
P^lms," Manchester Point. 

Harrison, Mr. and Mrs. C. Leland, 
Philadelphia. "H i 1 1 b rook," 
Harbourside. 

Harrison, Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell and 
famil}^ Washington, D. C. L. 
p]. Kimball Cottage. Scuth Shore 

Harte, Dr. and MrsT Richard W., 
and family, Philadelphia. Harte 
Cottage, Asticou. 

Homans, Mrs. E. L., Boston. Hol- 
mes Cottage, South Shore. 

Howard, iNIrs. T. H. and family, 
Hyde Park, N. Y. Schenck 
Cottage, Harbourside. 

Hoar, Mrs. Rockwood, Miss Hoar, 
Washington, I). C. Bragdon 
Cottage, Rock End Avenue. 



Heckscber, Mrs.Ledj^ard and family, 

Philadelphia. Small Cottage, 

Rock End Avenue. 
Irwin, Miss Agnes, Philadelphia. 

"Gray Pine," Harboiirside. 
Johns, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. John vS., 

and family, Philadelphia. "An- 
chorage," Manchester Point. 
Keeler, Mr. and Mrs. George E., 

and family, Albany, N. Y. "In 

The Woods," South Shore. 
Lamont, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W., 

and family. New York. "Stone 

Acres," South Shore. 
Lewis. Miss Mary E., New York. 

"Bishop's-Gate-Within," South 

Shore. 
Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. William Dra- 
per and family, Philadelphia. 

"Old Homestead," Manchester 

Point. 
Lovett, Dr. and Mrs. Robert W., 

Miss Gertrude Lovett, Boston. 

Story Cottage. 
Lyman, Mr. and Mrs. Harry and 

family, Boston. G. A. Savage 

Cottage, Harbourside. 
Leidy, Dr. and Mrs. Joseph, Miss 

Cornelia C. Leidy, Philadelphia. 

"Rocky Pasture," Harbourside. 
Maderia, Mr. and Mrs. Louis C. and 

family, Philadelphia. "Bracken- 

fel," Harbourside. 



Melclier, Mr. and Mrs. Jolni 8. and 
family, New York. ''Alder- 
leigli," South Shore. 

Meyerkort, Mrs. John C. and family, 
Dr. Phihps' Cottage, Rock End 
Avenue. 

Minot, Dr. and Mrs. Charles and 
sou, Boston. "Ledgelawn," 
Harboursitle. 

Moffat, Mr. and Mrs. R. Burnham, 
and family. New York. ''Birch 
Woods," Manchester Point. 

Morison, Mrs. John Holmes and 
family, Boston. Morison Cot- 
tage, Manchester Point. 

Morris, Dr. and Mrs. Casper W., 
Philadelphia. Morris Cottage 
Asticou. 

Murray, Mr. and Mrs. J. Archibald 
and family, New Y^ork. Mur- 
ray Cottage, Manchester Point. 

McLellan, Dr. and Mrs. George B. 
Philadelphia. Curtis Cottage, 
Asticou. 

Oliver, Mr. and Mrs. Shaw and fam- 
ily, Washington, D. C. Howard 
Frazier Cottage, Harbourside. 

Olyphant, Mr. and Mrs. J. Kensit 
and family. New Y^ork. Phillips 
Cottage, Asticon. 

Parish, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Henry, 
New York. Spurling Coitage 
South Shore. 






Parshall, Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt and 
family, New York. ''Beausite," 
Manchester Point. 

Parsons, Mrs. James Russell and 
son, New York. I. T. Moore 
Cottage, Harbourside. 

Patterson, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. C. 
Stuart and famil}^ Philadelphia. 
P2ast Coster Cottage, Harbour- 
side. 

Patterson, Mr. and Mrs.T. Hodge, 
Boston. "Sunnj'side," School- 
house Ledge. 

Peabody, Professor and Mrs. Fran- 
cis G., Miss Gertrude Peabody, 
Mr. Francis G. Peabody, Jr., 
Cambridge, Mass. Peabody 
Cottage, Asticou. 

Pepper, Mrs. Francis S., Dr. and 
Mrs. William Pepper and family. 
Dr. and Mrs. Perry Pepper, Mr. 
Mr. and Mrs. B. Franklin Pep- 
per and family, Philadelphia. 
"Westover," Schoolhouse Ledge 

Perkins, Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. and 
family, Hartford, Conn. ''Bird's 
Nest," Asticou. 

Pierpont, Mr. John J., Misses Juha 
and Anna Pierpont, Brooklyn, 
N. Y. ''Grasslands," Man- 
chester Point. 

Price, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore H., 
New York. D. J. Manchester 
Cottage, Manchester Point. 



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Randolph, Mr. and Mrs. Harold L., 
Baltimore. "Fermata," Har- 
bourside. 

Robb, Mr. and Mrs. Rnssell and 
famil}", Concord, Mass. Vauo^han 
No. 3, Sniallidge Point. 

Robbins, Edward B., Misses P^lsie 
and Jnliet Robbins, Boston. K. 
R. Reed Cottage, Harbourside. 

Rotch, Mrs. A. Lawrence and fam- 
ily, Clifton Cottage, On The 
Harbor. 

Sargeant, Mr. and Mrs. Winthrop, 
Boston, ''Ont Of The Woods," 
South Shore. 

Satterthwaite, Dr. and Mrs. Thomas 
E. and family. New York. 
''Hillside," No. 2, South Shore. 

Schuyler, Misses L. L. and G., New 
York. "Overedge," On The 
Harbor. 

Scull, Mrs. Gideon, Boston. Scull 
Cottage, Manchester Point. 

Sloan, Mrs. W. S. and family. New 
York. Roberts Cottage, Har- 
bourside. 

Smith, D. D., Rev. and Mrs. Corne- 
lius B., New York. "Rosserne," 
Manchester Point. 

Smith, The Misses Fannie A., Alice 
M., and Tnresa, New York. 
"Over-The-Way," South Shore. 

Sohier, Miss Elizabeth P., Boston. 
Sohier Cottage, Smallidge Point. 



Spence, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. and 
family, Baltimore. Kimball 
House" Annex. 

Strawbridge, Mr. and Mrs. John G. 
and family, Germantown, Pa. 
S. R. Tracy Cottage. 

Thrope, Mr. and Mrs. James G. and 
family, Cambridge, Mass. ''Ra- 
venseroft," Greenings Island, 

Tilton, Mr. Joseph B., Misses Edna 
B., and Elizabeth Tilton, Bos- 
ton. '-Fjordhjem," Manches- 
ter Point. 

Townsend, Mrs. K. R., Miss Town- 
send, New York. J. H. Fait 
Cottage, Rock End Ave. 

Tucker, Mr. and Mrs. Allen, New 
York. '^Miramar," On The 
Harbor. 

Tunis, Dr. and Mrs. Joseph and 
family, Philadelphia. ''Jour- 
ney's End." Harbourside. 

Tyson, Mr. and Mrs. C. S., Tyson, 
Jr., Philadelphia. "Birchcroft," 
Asticou. 

Wainwright, Mr. and Mrs. F. King 
and family, Hodsdon Cottage, 
Harbourside. 

Warner, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B., 
Boston. ''Windward," Small- 
idge Point. 

Watson, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. and 
family, New York. Hopkinson 
Cottage, Asticon. 



Wesson, Mrs. Charles Howland, 
New York. " Mi ram a r," On 
The Harbor. 

Wheelwright, Mrs. A. C^. and Miss 
Mary Wheelwright, Boston. 
*'Otherside," Asticou. 

Wheelwright, Miss Elizabeth, and 
Miss Julia Chalmers, New York 
''The Alders," South Shore. 

Whitehead, Mr. A. Purrington, Miss 
AVhitehead, New York. West 
Coster Cottage, Harbourside. 

Whitney, Mrs. Stephen, New Haven, 
Conn. Whitney Cottage, South 
Shore. 

Williams, Mrs. G. Huntington and 
family, Boston. • 'Aloha, " On 
The Harbor. 

Windsor, Mr. and Mrs. Furness. 
"Rock Cottage," South Shore. 

Williams, Mrs. Harriman, Long Is- 
land, N. Y. "Ye Haven," 
South Shore. 

Wood, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold and 
family. New York. "Brook- 
wood," Manchester Point. 

Wood, Miss Juliana, Philadelphia. 
Lawrence Lewis Cottage, School- 
house Ledge. 

Zimmerman, Mr. and Mrs. John and 
famil}^ Philadelphia. Wilson 
Cottage, Rock P^nd Ave. 



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AU6 1 1912 



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and Hand Book, we have aimed to put 
before you in as concise and clear a man- 
ner as possible, all the information which 
may aid you in becoming acquainted with 
the different business people of the place 
and such other general knowledge as will 
eers^e for a guide book of reference. 

This book is given with the compli- 
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