We have a photograph in our files labeled “Pastime Camps”, Sept. 18, 1914, is anyone familiar with these camps and their location?
Does anyone remember the Greenville Athletic Club, 1935, who its members were and if it was a school organization.
Information on the yacht Talisman, owned by a Doctor Owen B. Ames of Fairfield, Maine. The yacht was probably on Moosehead Lake in the late 1930s and the early 1940s.
Does anyone have a photograph of the house located at 11 South Wiggin Street that had been owned by Everett Babbin?
Greenville High School Yearbooks the “Chrysalis” 1977, 1983, 1985, 1986, 1989, 1990, 1993, 1994, 1999, 2000, thru 2015.
Early photographs of the Hollingsworth & Whitney, (later Scott Paper) office located in Greenville Junction where Kelly’s Restaurant is now located.
Information on G. Ernest Davis, he was a guide from the Kineo/Rockwood area.
Information on Camp Minerva, located in the Moosehead Lake region in 1885. (Not that any of you would remember it but you may have heard about it).
A good photograph of Charlie Coe. We are even willing to give a one year membership to the MHS as a reward for a good picture.
We are still searching for pictures of the Greenville Junction Fire Department; we are in need of pictures of the building and the volunteer fire fighters.
We receive numerous telephone calls and emails from people looking for information on the Moosehead region. Some of their questions pertain to individuals, businesses or other events that occurred in this region. We try very hard to find accurate information for them. Some of the above are inquiries we have received. The other requests deal with information or photographs that would be used for future Insight articles. Don’t forget we easily scan or photocopy photographs and return the original to you.