From the August 20, 1926 edition of the Vineyard Gazette:
From the August 13, 1935 edition of the Vineyard Gazette: The preliminary report of the most recent census of agriculture is likely to be somewhat...
Barn House, that “tiny tribe or colony of writing and painting and thinking folk” on the South Road in Chilmark, though thriving healthily through...
From the July 27, 1982 edition of the Vineyard Gazette by Stan Hart: Softball may really be the national pastime.
At her fascinating studio in Edgartown, Miss Enid Yandell entertained more than 80 guests at tea Saturday afternoon.
From the July 13, 1948 edition of the Vineyard Gazette: The Oak Bluffs Airport operators entertained a weekend flight group of “Ninety-Nines.”
This is the interval of the year and the calendar when it is more fashionable to look ridiculous than to look attractive.
From the July 7, 1931 edition of the Vineyard Gazette:
Martha's Vineyard cherishes the memory of many localisms — sayings that were common on the Island in the old days.
We are always interested in the destiny of the Island's old houses, and it is worth comment that the once famous Dr. Tucker cottage in Oak Bluffs has...
Mrs. Lee Van Allen of Malden and the Vineyard was here for the weekend.
On the Island at this time of year it’s everybody’s moving day.