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|1050||"Metropolitan Cook Book"|
Recipe book made by the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company.
|1046||"Fruit Bottling and Preserving" Cook Book|
Recipe book written by Mrs. Edwin Beckett published by Country Life Ltd. Includes various fruit bottling and preserving.
Glass seltzer bottle with writing "Spring Company, Red Rock, Bar Harbor"
|313||Unmarked Baby Doll|
Composition head and limbs with painted features and molded blonde hair. Partial composition and cloth body. Wearing a white gown with lace trim, trousers, and a white lace hood. No maker's mark.
|310||Unmarked Composition Doll|
Full composition doll with feathered brows, sleeping eyes, open mouth with teeth, and curly blonde hair. Wears a pink dress with white lace around neckline and cuffs. Has tink shoes, white socks, and a sunhat with a flower pin. No maker's mark. May have been a Shirley Temple look-a-like doll.
|308||Huedbach Koppelsdorf "My Fairy" Doll|
Bisque socket head with blue galss sleeping eyes, open mouth, feathered brows, painted and fake lashes. Wears a white gown with pink embroidered detail and a white cloak. Maker's mark reads" Huedback Koppelsdorf 300 2/0 Germany."
|306||JDK Kestner Doll|
Bisque head with blonde hair, open mouth, glass brown sleeping eyes, painted features including eyelashes. Wearing a white gown with a floral pattern and a green bonnet. Makers mark on nape of neck reads "257. JDK." and below on the doll's back reads "Made in Germany 44"
|300||Single Children's Shoe|
Single white leather shoe with an ankle strap and a small bow.
|244||Children's Single Shoe|
Single black leather shoe with an ankle strap.
|243||Male Porcelain Figurine|
Porcelain figurine of a man dressed in pastel green and purple suit with ornate matching hat. Stands in a domed glass case. Has matching female counterpart.
|242||Female Porcelain Figurine|
Porcelain figurine of a woman in pastel blue, red and white dress with a large pastel blue hat. Sits inside glass dome case. Has matching male figurine.
|215||"Maine Summer Visitors Day" Pamphlet|
Green ink on white card stock. Program for "Maine Summer Visitors Day". Cover text reads: "Maine Summer Visitors Day Bar Harbor Maine Friday Aug. 16, 1935". Names featured in Program: Bishop Willian A. Lawrence Governor Louis J. Brann Walter Damrosch Ed Wynn Camella Ponselle George W. Wickersham Dorothy Robbins Margaret Sittig William A. Brady Doris Doe Edith Barrett Clarence Chamberlain Ruth Nichols Mitzie Green Mary Rogers Robert Fechner Mary Roberts Rinehart Henry Morganthau Keenan Wynn Owen Davis Arthur Byron Grace George Kenneth Roberts Arthur Train Bill Cunningham Charles Harrison Madame Rosa Zulalian Major Gen. Philip B. Fleming Dexter P. Cooper Capt. Donald J. Leehay Capt. John W. Lord Kenneth Wright Robert Trout [show more]
|179||Bar Harbor Club Rule Book|
Hardcover green book with thirty pages detailing the specific regulations regarding membership and guests of the Bar Harbor Club.
|177||Kodak Brownie Style Camera and Case|
Brownie style box camera. Brown leather camera and case with a instruction book. Made by the Eastman Kodak Company. Belonged to Wes Brown.
|176||Play Program for "The Enchantress of Streams"|
Play program with illustration of two women playing instruments. Play is written by Mrs. Christian Hemmick, better known as Alice Pike Barney. Text reads: "The Enchantress of Streams. A Wordless Greed Idyl of Descriptive Dances and Pantomime. Composed, Taught and Managed by Mrs. Christian Hemmick" Written in black pen on bottom of cover is the date 1912
Dance card for the Isleford Casino with ten dances and nine of them are reserved as well as three "extras" at the bottom.
Dance card with pencil attached and rippled edges. Inside has the order of each song and a space for someone to reserve a dance. Of the eighteen dances, six have been reserved on this card. Dance was put on by the Mt. Desert Fire Company.
|171||"Rook" Card Game Set|
Box set of Rook game combinations. Box includes cards with a crow illustration on back and numbers on face. Included is an instruction pamphlet with the games Dixie, Tuxedo, Solitaires and more. Box features illustration of a crow on a tree branch holding a hand of cards. Text reads: "Famous Home game ROOK reg. U.S. patent office. Combination game. Rook-Dixie Rook Solitaires, Tuxedo. The Game of Games. rook card co. Parker Brothers Inc. Selling Agents. Salem, Mass., New York, London" [show more]
|169||Pair of Children's gloves|
Pair of brown leather children's gloves.
|162||Jacks and Ball Game|
Game of jacks and ball with eleven metal jacks and one red ball.
|159||"Peter Coddle's Trip To New York" Card Game|
Card Game called "Peter Coddle's Trip to New York" in a blue box with illustration of man with an umbrella and carpet bag buying tickets at a kiosk window. Type on front of box reads: "Peter Coddle's Trip to New York. Milton Bradley CO. Springfield Mass. 4367"
|157||"Game of Authors" Card Game|
Boxed card game called "Game of Authors" with cards that have the name of an author at the top and a list below.
|156||"Game of Cities" Card Game|
Card game created by the E.E. Fairchild Corporation in Rochester, New York. Called "Game of Cities" and includes cards with different cities on them.
|154||Effanbee "Topsy" Doll|
Black Effanbee Doll also called "Topsy" after the character in the book "Uncle Tom's Cabin" by Harriet Beecher Stowe. Composition body with painted on features and some hair.
|151||Single Child's Shoe|
Single brown leather child's shoe with a ankle strap and small bow with metal detail on the toe.