From the Oct. 14, 1920 edition of the Gazette: On a cloudless fall day, a company of moving picture actors came to the Island to film "Annabelle Lee...
From the Oct. 8, 1937 edition of the Vineyard Gazette: In the vernacular of the old Vineyard, the word gimcrack covered even more than a multitude of...
From the Oct. 4, 1940 edition of the Gazette.
From the September 25, 1973 edition of the Vineyard Gazette:
From the Sept. 18, 1925 edition of the Vineyard Gazette:
You’re from Nevada, Idaho, New York city or Stockbridge — it doesn’t matter where — and you’ve never seen the Atlantic surf, let alone gone casting...
From the September 8, 1939 edition of the Vineyard Gazette:
Oak Bluffs, from very early days, was a woodworking village.
Stories of pirates and their treasure are inevitably associated with the Vineyard.
If you believe in equal pay for equal work, you’re a feminist.
The moon was an apricot lantern and then a silver one.
The uniqueness of the letter, says the Tribune, puts it in a class of its own