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Cape Elizabeth (Me.)

 Subject
Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source

Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:

Large Church In Cape Elizabeth

 Item — Box FT2: Series US-MeSA-547 [Barcode: 342276], Negative: FT283
Identifier: G547-342276-FT283
Content Description From the Collection: George Washington French (1882-1970) was born in Kezar Falls, Maine to John F. (1851-1926) and Francena (Towel) French (1860-1950). George was the second of four children. His older brother William R. (1879-1953) known as Will, was a Maine Guide. He also had a younger sister Mabel D. Bragdon and a younger brother Earnest “Ern” (1891-1916). He attended Parsonsfield Seminary, Bridgton Academy, and Bates College where he excelled as an athlete. He taught and coached at Deerfield and Monson...
Dates: 1900 - 1961

Night Shot Of Portland Head Light, Not Good Quality

 Item — Box FT1: Series US-MeSA-547 [Barcode: 342275], Negative: FT80
Identifier: G547-342275-FT80
Content Description From the Collection: George Washington French (1882-1970) was born in Kezar Falls, Maine to John F. (1851-1926) and Francena (Towel) French (1860-1950). George was the second of four children. His older brother William R. (1879-1953) known as Will, was a Maine Guide. He also had a younger sister Mabel D. Bragdon and a younger brother Earnest “Ern” (1891-1916). He attended Parsonsfield Seminary, Bridgton Academy, and Bates College where he excelled as an athlete. He taught and coached at Deerfield and Monson...
Dates: 1900 - 1961

Report on the Petition of Daniel Plummer for a Division of the Militia Company in Cape Elizabeth, 1828-06-24

 File — Box 22: Series US-MeSA-7-7000 [Barcode: 310494], Folder: 038
Identifier: US-MeSA-7-7000-1986-1000-022-038
Scope and Contents From the Schedule/Series:

Papers of the Executive Council, a constitutionally created body whose sole purpose was to advise the Governor. All matters of State Government went before the Council until it was abolished in 1976. The records include reports, pardons, and orders.

Dates: 1828-06-24

Rocks In Foreground, Ram Island Light In Distance In Cape Elizabeth

 Item — Box FT2: Series US-MeSA-547 [Barcode: 342276], Negative: FT285
Identifier: G547-342276-FT285
Content Description From the Collection: George Washington French (1882-1970) was born in Kezar Falls, Maine to John F. (1851-1926) and Francena (Towel) French (1860-1950). George was the second of four children. His older brother William R. (1879-1953) known as Will, was a Maine Guide. He also had a younger sister Mabel D. Bragdon and a younger brother Earnest “Ern” (1891-1916). He attended Parsonsfield Seminary, Bridgton Academy, and Bates College where he excelled as an athlete. He taught and coached at Deerfield and Monson...
Dates: 1900 - 1961

Rocky Cove In Cape Elizabeth, 1950

 Item — Box 21: Series US-MeSA-547 [Barcode: 210852], Negative: DF675
Identifier: G547-210852-DF675
Content Description From the Collection: George Washington French (1882-1970) was born in Kezar Falls, Maine to John F. (1851-1926) and Francena (Towel) French (1860-1950). George was the second of four children. His older brother William R. (1879-1953) known as Will, was a Maine Guide. He also had a younger sister Mabel D. Bragdon and a younger brother Earnest “Ern” (1891-1916). He attended Parsonsfield Seminary, Bridgton Academy, and Bates College where he excelled as an athlete. He taught and coached at Deerfield and Monson...
Dates: 1950

Rocky Shoreline At Cape Elizabeth, bulk: 1949 - 1950

 Item — Box 21: Series US-MeSA-547 [Barcode: 210852], Negative: DF665
Identifier: G547-210852-DF665
Content Description From the Collection: George Washington French (1882-1970) was born in Kezar Falls, Maine to John F. (1851-1926) and Francena (Towel) French (1860-1950). George was the second of four children. His older brother William R. (1879-1953) known as Will, was a Maine Guide. He also had a younger sister Mabel D. Bragdon and a younger brother Earnest “Ern” (1891-1916). He attended Parsonsfield Seminary, Bridgton Academy, and Bates College where he excelled as an athlete. He taught and coached at Deerfield and Monson...
Dates: Majority of material found within 1949 - 1950

Rolling Breakers And Cloudy Skies At Cape Elizabeth, bulk: 1951 - 1953

 Item — Box 23: Series US-MeSA-547 [Barcode: 210854], Negative: EF14
Identifier: G547-210854-EF14
Content Description From the Collection: George Washington French (1882-1970) was born in Kezar Falls, Maine to John F. (1851-1926) and Francena (Towel) French (1860-1950). George was the second of four children. His older brother William R. (1879-1953) known as Will, was a Maine Guide. He also had a younger sister Mabel D. Bragdon and a younger brother Earnest “Ern” (1891-1916). He attended Parsonsfield Seminary, Bridgton Academy, and Bates College where he excelled as an athlete. He taught and coached at Deerfield and Monson...
Dates: Majority of material found within 1951 - 1953

Surf In Foreground, Ram Island Light In Distance In Cape Elizabeth

 Item — Box FT2: Series US-MeSA-547 [Barcode: 342276], Negative: FT284
Identifier: G547-342276-FT284
Content Description From the Collection: George Washington French (1882-1970) was born in Kezar Falls, Maine to John F. (1851-1926) and Francena (Towel) French (1860-1950). George was the second of four children. His older brother William R. (1879-1953) known as Will, was a Maine Guide. He also had a younger sister Mabel D. Bragdon and a younger brother Earnest “Ern” (1891-1916). He attended Parsonsfield Seminary, Bridgton Academy, and Bates College where he excelled as an athlete. He taught and coached at Deerfield and Monson...
Dates: 1900 - 1961

Two Lights At Cape Elizabeth, 1953

 Item — Box 17: Series US-MeSA-547 [Barcode: 343239], Negative: EF121
Identifier: G547-343239-EF121
Content Description From the Collection: George Washington French (1882-1970) was born in Kezar Falls, Maine to John F. (1851-1926) and Francena (Towel) French (1860-1950). George was the second of four children. His older brother William R. (1879-1953) known as Will, was a Maine Guide. He also had a younger sister Mabel D. Bragdon and a younger brother Earnest “Ern” (1891-1916). He attended Parsonsfield Seminary, Bridgton Academy, and Bates College where he excelled as an athlete. He taught and coached at Deerfield and Monson...
Dates: 1953

Two Lights At Cape Elizabeth, bulk: 1950 - 1951

 Item — Box 15: Series US-MeSA-547 [Barcode: 343237], Negative: DF758
Identifier: G547-343237-DF758
Content Description From the Collection: George Washington French (1882-1970) was born in Kezar Falls, Maine to John F. (1851-1926) and Francena (Towel) French (1860-1950). George was the second of four children. His older brother William R. (1879-1953) known as Will, was a Maine Guide. He also had a younger sister Mabel D. Bragdon and a younger brother Earnest “Ern” (1891-1916). He attended Parsonsfield Seminary, Bridgton Academy, and Bates College where he excelled as an athlete. He taught and coached at Deerfield and Monson...
Dates: Majority of material found within 1950 - 1951

Two Lights At Cape Elizabeth, 1949

 Item — Box 15: Series US-MeSA-547 [Barcode: 343237], Negative: DF593
Identifier: G547-343237-DF593
Content Description From the Collection: George Washington French (1882-1970) was born in Kezar Falls, Maine to John F. (1851-1926) and Francena (Towel) French (1860-1950). George was the second of four children. His older brother William R. (1879-1953) known as Will, was a Maine Guide. He also had a younger sister Mabel D. Bragdon and a younger brother Earnest “Ern” (1891-1916). He attended Parsonsfield Seminary, Bridgton Academy, and Bates College where he excelled as an athlete. He taught and coached at Deerfield and Monson...
Dates: 1949

Two Lights In Cape Elizabeth, Party Boat In Foreground

 Item — Box FT2: Series US-MeSA-547 [Barcode: 342276], Negative: FT281
Identifier: G547-342276-FT281
Content Description From the Collection: George Washington French (1882-1970) was born in Kezar Falls, Maine to John F. (1851-1926) and Francena (Towel) French (1860-1950). George was the second of four children. His older brother William R. (1879-1953) known as Will, was a Maine Guide. He also had a younger sister Mabel D. Bragdon and a younger brother Earnest “Ern” (1891-1916). He attended Parsonsfield Seminary, Bridgton Academy, and Bates College where he excelled as an athlete. He taught and coached at Deerfield and Monson...
Dates: 1900 - 1961

Two Lights In Cape Elizabeth, Party Boat In Foreground

 Item — Box FT2: Series US-MeSA-547 [Barcode: 342276], Negative: FT282
Identifier: G547-342276-FT282
Content Description From the Collection: George Washington French (1882-1970) was born in Kezar Falls, Maine to John F. (1851-1926) and Francena (Towel) French (1860-1950). George was the second of four children. His older brother William R. (1879-1953) known as Will, was a Maine Guide. He also had a younger sister Mabel D. Bragdon and a younger brother Earnest “Ern” (1891-1916). He attended Parsonsfield Seminary, Bridgton Academy, and Bates College where he excelled as an athlete. He taught and coached at Deerfield and Monson...
Dates: 1900 - 1961