From the Cottager’s Corner columns in the July 1972 editions of the Vineyard Gazette by Dorothy West: The Cottagers are now in summer assembly. This...
An active-looking old lady with a sense of humor is eighty four year old Mrs. Ella J. Perry, a visitor to the Island for seventy-two summers.
Edgartown’s Fourth of July ceremonies began on the morning of the third, when the submarine Becuna arrived in the outer harbor.
“The old order changes, giving place to new,” was well demonstrated the other week at Chilmark Tavern.
A ponderous volume indeed: tales of Mrs. Lucy Sanford and Windy Gates.
The rural free delivery of mail throughout the United States is far too old an institution to arouse any particular comment.
The old gilded weather vane that formerly crowned the steeple of the Federated Church in Edgartown hasn’t had an easy time of it.
Memorial Day slips in with a sweetness of the new season and a return of memories.
What of the Vineyard as it lived and breathed had its being on the Gazette’s natal day, one hundred years ago, May 14?
From the May 7, 1965 edition of the Vineyard Gazette by Constance Greenough Fuller:
The boathouse at Gay Head, built years ago by the Massachusetts Humane Society to house a lifeboat, has been purchased by Mrs. A. N. Piper of New...
Anciently, the hand liners salted menhaden, cutting the fillets from the bone, washing and salting them as carefully as if they were going to eat ‘em...