|Collection||Linda and Mike Eastman Collection|
|Reference code||US SPHi 2012.116.26|
|Scope & Content||The Village Called Pleasantdale, by Raymond "Pete" Taylor. A brief history of the Pleasantdale area in the 1920s. In the manuscript, Taylor mentions Ray Conley, the crossing tender who worked out of the shanty at the corner of Broadway and Evans (he incorrectly spells his name as Connely); Whitehall and its owner Ernest Durost; the Eben Nutter and Henry Nutter houses; Robert E. Peary; Edward C. Reynolds; Freeman Evans and Frank Sawyer who both operated a store on the corner of Broadway and Evans; and the ice house at Barberry Creek that was also known as Clarks Pond.|
|Title||The Village Called Pleasantdale|
Cape Elizabeth Depot
Peary, Robert Edwin (U.S. Navy, Rear Admiral)
Reynolds, Edward C.
Taylor, Raymond H. "Pete"