From the Vineyard Gazette editions of May, 1928: George W. Purdy, one-armed keeper of East Chop Lighthouse, has previously astonished his...
From the Vineyard Gazette editions of May, 1955: The project of the regional high school is now before the Island towns again. We believe it is still...
From the Vineyard Gazette editions of May, 1908: The lovely weather of the past week has been improved by housekeepers in having carpets beaten and a...
From the Vineyard Gazette editions of April, 1933:Captain Reginald Norton has blossomed forth as an inventor this week, having built a windmill near...
From a May, 1954 Vineyard Gazette article by Charles Waldron Clowe: Memory takes me back to the glorious summer at the Vineyard. We had engaged a...
From a Feb. 25, 1972 column by Joseph Chase Allen: Town meeting season is at hand and it is a good time to recollect that the annual town meeting is...
From the Vineyard Gazette edition of May 1948: Martha’s Vineyard, virtually free of billboards and signs for many years, can breathe freely again,...
From the Gazette editions of April 1976: Some businessmen likened it to Memorial Day weekend. Others compared it to the middle of July. All...
From the Vineyard Gazette editions of March 1971: To most reasonable minds it appears that in the long run the interests of all-year residents and...

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