Photo Gallery

postcard 15.18.01
The Farnsworth Packing Co. buildings (now site of Brooklin boat Yard) with the steamer JULIETTE alongside being loaded with tins of canned sardines and clams for Rockland where they’ll be transported onward via rail or the “Boston Boat.” Farnsworth’s sardine carrier NAMAKAUTA lies ahead of her, awaiting a call from a weirman or stop seiner that there are herring to go get.

Recent scans made possible by Dorothy and Arno Day Grant

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Beehive boarding house, originally the home of Capt. John C. Tibbetts , who built it in 1830, on it’s way to becoming the Chisholm summer home. Photo courtesy of Eric Dow.

 

Clarence Bridges Coll. see also Bio file
Harriette Tyler McCarthy one of Brooklin’s favorite teachers.

 

Earl Kane & Carlton shared a bait house across from traps in 1950 s.
Carlton Stewart’s lobsterboat and traps.

 

Eggemoggin Inn Postcard.pdf
Eggemoggin Inn later Hotel Dority

 

Pinecrest Inn
Pinecrest Inn

 

07.08.01 Post card Golt Coures Parson-Hunt house 162 Kane Point Dr.
Brooklin Golf Course Parson Estate in Background

 

Brooklin, Me. postcard

 

Hales Hill School 1894 teacher Clara Thurston

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CAP Haven post office EX Toned

Owners Jack & Ann Joyce PO Box 156 Brooklin

 

CAP Toned EX Lucy Allen Choate&Bessie Alllen Smith01.76.15

 

Postcard

 

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CAP Toned EX Fay Flye 15.01.26

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CAP Billy Young EX Toned

Annie Bartlett

CAP Toned EX G.G. Gott store

Celeste Taintor (in mid) Ernestine Crockett, the cook, w/ rolling pins now WoodenBoat dormitory
Celeste Taintor (in mid) Ernestine Crockett, the cook, w/ rolling pins now WoodenBoat dormitory

Before installation of stained glass windows

Brooklin Store-C.A. Williams

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Etta Tainter Kane

 

Louise Allen Rockwell

 

Brooklin overview Cannery

                      Brooklin Harbor Overview