From the Vineyard Gazette edition of January 5, 1940: The first real snowfall of winter began Friday night and continued through Saturday morning,...
From the Vineyard Gazette edition of Jan. 5, 1940: It was New Year’s Eve, and Vineyard Haven slept or celebrated according to time-honored practice....
From the Vineyard Gazette edition of Dec. 17, 1948: A matter of a few hours may well alter the overall picture of the Island Christmas, but as this...
Headline From the December 14, 1979 Reflections of That Man Friday column by William A. Caldwell: A strange and reassuring thing happened off to the...
From the Vineyard Gazette editions of December 1921: Queer how few people really believe in Santa Claus. Just about this time of year almost everyone...
From the Dec. 4, 1964 edition of the Vineyard Gazette, by Joseph Chase Allen: Taking them full and by, as the old sailormen would have said, Martha’s...
Naturally, this being the week before Thanksgiving, the subject was how to make Christmas wreaths. Naturally. This is not quite to be construed as a...
From the Vineyard Gazette edition of Nov. 29, 1963: Like the rest of the world, the Vineyard was stunned by the assassination of President John F....
Old-timers speak of the days of their youth and childhood; how the Island picture has changed since they can first remember, and how people and...

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