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Catalog Number 1961-003-05037
Object Name Album
Collection Marblehead Town History
Scope & Content Black Notebook #37, MARBLEHEAD GREAT NECK...OTHER NECK WRITINGS...WHARF WRITINGS...STORIES AND WEATHER REPORTS...#17...

1. HEADA FOREVER...by Deborah Caulkins...Memories of USHER'S BEACH..

3. MARBLEHEAD LIGHTHOUSE...talk of moving Lighthouse to Marblehead Rock...June 9, 1916...

5-65. MARBLEHEAD GREAT NECK...by Richard Whiting Searle...Essex Institute Historical Collections...Vol. LXX111...July 1937...

67-81. MARBLEHEAD NECK ... (FROM THE PAST TO THE PRESENT)...Sparhawk Encampment...July 14, 1873...Messenger August 2, 1873...

83-93. OLDEST HOMES MAY HAVE BEEN BUILT ON MARBLEHEAD NECK, SAYS SEARLE...Messenger January 21, 1938...

95-97. NECK HISTORY REPEATS ITSELF...OCCUPIED WITH TENTS AND SMALL COTTAGES AS IN FORMER YEARS...Messenger September 2, 1927...

99. MARBLEHEAD NECK IS SUB-DIVIDED...27 ASSIGNERS TAKE OVER...
(Ninety-first in a series of articles from the History and Traditions of Marblehead by Samuel Chamberlain, Jr.)...

101. A FEW THOUGHTS...Letter to the Editor...regarding selling of the "Neck" to outside parties...signed "Destiny"...Messenger January 27, 1872...

103-105. NECK ADVERTISED AS SUMMER RESORT EARLY IN1835...FARM AT AUCTION...Messenger January 10, 1930...

107. MARBLEHEAD NECK...a poem by Sarah K. Bolton...Messenger September 21, 1888...

109-117. NECK LANDS ONCE OWNED IN COMMON...PROPRIETORS CLAIMS NOT SUBDIVIDED UNTIL 1724...Messenger July 24, 1931...


119-125. LOYAL STATUS OF OLD NECK WAYS...Written by the late Raymond H. Trefery...

127. RESORT FEATURES OF MARBLEHEAD EXPLOITED AS NECK AND HARBOR PROPERTY DEVELOPED... (Ninetieth in a series of articles from The History and Traditions of Marblehead by Samuel Roads, Jr.)...

129. EASTERN YACHT CLUB HAD ITS BEGINNING IN BOSTON...EASTERN YACHT CLUB BORN 1870...


131. CASTLE ROCK SCENE OF MARBLEHEAD TRAGEDY...Alfred Nutile, of Woburn, died as a result of a 35-foot fall from Castle Rock...CHURN AT MARBLEHEAD NECK WAS A BEAUTIFUL SITE...

133-137. PICTURES OF ESTATES ON MARBLEHEAD NECK...

139. SOMETHING ABOUT OUR ADJACENT PENINSULA...Messenger January 23, 1885...

14-143. THE LOWELL SETTLEMENT AT MARBLEHEAD NECK...Messenger June 16, 1911...

145-149. MARBLEHEAD NECK...by James J.H. Gregory...Messenger January 17, 1908...

151. MARBLEHEAD NECK WAS LARGELY UNDEVELOPED AT THE TURN OF THE CENTURY...SNOW'S VARIETY STORE ON MARBLEHEAD NECK...

153. A MASS OF MASTS---A SEA OF SAILS COME 'ROUND THE POINT' 3 CENTURIES...by Ruth M. Putnam...

155-157. FIREMEN GET STIFF BLAZE UNDER CONTROL IN TOWER AND VERANDA OF EASTERN YACHT CLUB...June 9, 1947...

159. NANEPASHMENT HOTEL...Memory lane by Harry Wilkinson...

161-165. WRECKER TAKES LAST RESORT...SAMOSET HOUSE GONE...

167-169. THE NECK IN THE OLD DAYS AWASH AT HIGH TIDE...EARLY NECK RESIDENTS ORGANIZED AS NEIGHBORS...

171. ON THE DISTAFF SIDE...LIFE AT THE WHARF... Heada Forever...

173. YACHT CAPITAL OF THE WORLD...by Edgar j. Driscoll Jr, (Globe
Staff Correspondent)...

175. HISTORIC SITES, SHORE ATTRACT THOUSANDS EVERY YEAR...By Robert E. Glynn...MARBLEHEAD AMONG FOUR PRETTIEST TOWN IN THE U. S. A...

177. PICTURE OF THE BOSTON YACHT CLUB RAZED IN 1957... PICTURES OF YACHTS:...FIRENZE...SEVEN SEAS...

179. "DELTA" AT TRANSPORTATION WHARF..."CAPTAIN TUCKER'S LANDING"...a casein painting by Hamlin Turner...

181-183. FIRM'S HISTORY BRIEF...MARBLEHEAD TRANSPORTATION HAS 100 YEAR HISTORY... PICTURE OF THE 'BLONDE'...OLD FERRY BOAT...

185. FERRY BOATS...THE PHILIP B. TUCKER...THE QUEEN...

187-193. RICHARD E. CASWELL, MARINER, RECALLS DAYS OF ROW BOAT FERRY...CARRYING RESIDENTS TO LOWELL AND NASHUA CAMPS NOT ALL FUN - SAILS DISPLACE CARS BEFORE ADVENT OF STAEM - AT EIGHTY TWO STILL SAILS THE "GYPAY"...by Joseph S. Robinson...Picture of the original Transportation building...picture of the original Queen...

195. MEMORY LANE...with Harry Wilkinson...FOUR FERRY BOATS PLIED THE HARBOR...

197. BEFORE THE MOTOR CRAFT...THE SLOOP 'GENERAL SHERIDAN'...THE FIRST COLE BURNING FERRY...THE BRUNNETTE...

199-203. STORM OF 1851...messenger Dec. 31, 1909...GREATEST STORM SINCE 1898...Dec. 25.1909...ANNIVERSARY OF THE GALE OF 1869...Messenger Sept. 13, 1918...

205. HEADA FOREVER...MEMORIES OF SIGNS OF SPRING...by Deborah Caulkins...

207. LINK HAWKES COMPARES NOTES WITH HIS PAST SEA GOING EXPERIENCES...

209. NORTH SHORE IS HIGH RISK EARTHQUAKE AREA...by Irv Dierdorff...

211. MEMORY LANE...FORTY YEARS BACK...THE SURPRISE 'NO NAME HURRICANE'...by Harry Wilkinson...

213-215. TURBULENT SEAS POUND MARBLEHEAD WATERFRONT...

217-219. CAPTAIN JOHN SMITH SPENT A FEW DAYS ON MARBLEHEAD NECK...from 'Manataug pebbles' published July 26, 1880...Capt. Smith explored this coast in 1614...

219. AT POINT NECK...a poem...

221. WHEN BOSTON HARBOR FROZE OVER...by Edward Rowe Snow...

223-231. NOVEMBER 26-27, 1898 MARBLEHEAD SUFFERED ITS WORST STORM SINCE 1851...PICTURES OF STORMS...

233. OLD WEATHER RECORDS...'LATE SNOW'...a poem...WINTER OF 1882... Messenger Jan. 27, 1882...

235. NATURES FURY ON FRONT STREET...

237. BACK IN 1786 WHEN NEW ENGLAND HAD THOSE GOOD, OLD FASHIONED WINTERS...

239-241. STORM PICTURES...

243. GILBERT HEIGHTS AS VIEWED FROM MARBLEHEAD HARBOR...

245. DEVEREAU BEACH DAMAGE AFTER A STORM...

247-249. THE SEAS CAN BE ROUGH...


251. A CHALLENGE AHEAD...Marblehead has now taken ownership of Usher property and has clear rights to ocean beach...

253. MEMORY LANE...A BATTERED CAUSEWAY AFTER THE PORTLAND Gale of November 1898...BY Harry Wilkinson...

255 . SHIP 'AMERICA' PASSING THROUGH THE FISHING FLEET ON GRAND BANKS...by Michele Felice Corne...

257. REDEDICATED TEDESCO MEMORIAL...ILL FATED BARK....by Fred Goddard...

259. THE WRECK OF THE BARQUE TEDESCO...as reviewed by Helen Jaques...

261. TEDESCO ANCHOR DEDICATION SET...the bark 'Tedesco' went down off Galloupe's Point in Swampscott in January, 1857...

263. AS A BOY REMEMBERS...THE BLOW OF SEPT. 8, 1869...Messenger Sept. 12, 1919...

265. 'HEADERS HOPE WEATHER OF 1898 WILL NOT COME AGAIN...

267. 1968 COLD RECALLS OLD ICY DAYS...by Harry Wilkinson...

269. MEMORY LANE...THE FREIGHTER NORSEMAN RAN AGROUND OFF MARBLEHEAD NECK 79 YEARS AGO...1899...

271. MARBLEHEAD'S MOST FAMOUS SHIPWRECK...'THE NORSEMAN'...

273. HEADA FOREVER...THE WRECK OF THE 'NORSEMAN'...by Deborah Caulkins...

277. NEW SWAMPSCOTT PLAQUE FOR BARQUE 'TEDESCO'...

279. CAUSEWAY AFTER STORM OF NOV. 26-27, 1898...

281. TOWERING WAVES CRASH OVER DEVEREUX BEACH...

283-285. YEAR WITHOUT A SUMMER...1816...

287. NEWSPAPER ITEMS RELATING TO ESSEX COUNTY...BOSTON EVENING POST...APRIL 1, 1765...BOSTON ENEVING POST...DEC.16, 1765...

289. A SCRAP FROM THE PAST...

291-293. WINTER OF 1920...A PIECE OF CURBSTONE VISIBLE ON PLEASANT STREET...March 9, 1920 by Marcia Selman...THE SNOW...by Elizabeth bracket...aged eight years...

295. TWENTY SIX YEARS AGO...1867-1868...SOME DATES FROM MR. CLOUGH...Messenger Nov.30, 1894...

297. COLD WEATHER OF 1857...Messenger Jan.27, 1882...2

299. MARCH 1823...MARCH 1835...Messenger 1881 and 1890...


301. THE FIRST C. Y. C. BUILDING RAZED IN 1897...by Harry Wilkinson...

Subjects Fish drying
Fishing
Fish Flakes
Title Black Notebook #37
Creator Bowden Osborne
People Caulkins, Deborah
Hovey, Chandler
Rodgers, Clem
Graves, Russ
Orne, Azor
Gatchell, John
Gatchell,Samuel
Search Terms Marblehead Neck
Marblehead Light
Fish Flakes
Marblehead Buildings
Marblehead Causeway
Eastern
Ferryboat Delta
Ferryboat Queen
Ferryboat Brunette
Barque Tedesco
Freighter Norseman
Lexicon category 8: Communication Artifact
Lexicon sub-category Documentary Artifact
Condition Fair