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Name Bug Light

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Image of 2015.075.26 -

2015.075.26 -

Letter to Preston L. Marr notifying him that his salary had been changed from $660 per annum to $1020 per annum. Dated November 1,1918. Three copies.

Image of 2006.071.16 - Rosella Loveitt Collection

2006.071.16 - Rosella Loveitt Collection

Historical Horse Tour - very brief historical tour of South Portland, Bug Light Park and Fort Preble and Willard Beach. 2 pages.

Image of 2015.075.25 -

2015.075.25 -

License to navigate the waters of the Bath section of the First Naval District for Preston L. Marr issued on July 18, 1917. Two copies.

Image of 2015.053.2 -

2015.053.2 -

Annual Report of the Commissioner of Lighthouses, 1912, includes all lighthouses in the United States, with Maine in District One.

Image of 2006.071.53 - Rosella Loveitt Collection

2006.071.53 - Rosella Loveitt Collection

Bug Light Enhancement Project various documents - letter to supporters of the project, the enhancement plans (Liberty ship memorial), and a photo of Portland Breakwater Light.

Image of 2007.078.9 - Kenneth E. Thompson, Jr. Collection

2007.078.9 - Kenneth E. Thompson, Jr. Collection

Paper cutout model of Bug Light "Sites 10", unassembled. In a booklet with a history of the lighthouse.

Image of 2007.042 -

2007.042 -

Small china teacup, "Breakwater Light, Portland, ME" maker's mark "J.M. Conway, 496 Congress Street, Portland, ME.

Image of 2010.047 -

2010.047 -

Framed oil painting of Bug Light, 23" x 19"

Image of 2017.012.02 - Art Gaffar Collection

2017.012.02 - Art Gaffar Collection

Bug Light in disrepair, circa 1970.

Image of 2007.098.9 - Judith Holbrook Kelley Collection

2007.098.9 - Judith Holbrook Kelley Collection

Group of people at Bug Light. At far left in back is Judy Holbrook Kelley's great-grandmother Eva, in front of her is Aunt Grace, the boy to her 2nd right is William T. Holbrook (Judy's dad). On far right is William T. Holbrook (Judy's great grandfather) holding baby Raymond O. Holbrook (Judy's uncle).

Image of 2010.005.4 -

2010.005.4 -

Postcard, Cushing's Point. View includes Bug Light (Portland Breakwater Light) in background.

Image of 2007.080.50 - Etta Gregory Watts Collection

2007.080.50 - Etta Gregory Watts Collection

Waterfront in Ferry Village, showing Portland Street and the ferry landing toward the front/middle, and E.W. Brown sardine factory and Bug Light toward back/top.

Image of 2015.048.1 -

2015.048.1 -

2013 Bug Light Kite Festival photographs.

Image of 2007.080.38 - Etta Gregory Watts Collection

2007.080.38 - Etta Gregory Watts Collection

Breakwater to Bug Light with iron railing, looking back toward Ferry Village and the E.W. Brown sardine factory.

Image of 2007.098.13 - Judith Holbrook Kelley Collection

2007.098.13 - Judith Holbrook Kelley Collection

Bill, Grace and Tweet at Bug Light in 1918.

Image of 2007.098.7 - Judith Holbrook Kelley Collection

2007.098.7 - Judith Holbrook Kelley Collection

Portland Breakwater Lighthouse, aka Bug Light.

Image of 2007.098.15 - Judith Holbrook Kelley Collection

2007.098.15 - Judith Holbrook Kelley Collection

Minnie Holbrook at Bug Light in the spring of 1918.

Image of 2014.119.12 - Darrell Parker Collection

2014.119.12 - Darrell Parker Collection

View of the eastern waterfront in South Portland. Portland Breakwater, aka Bug Light, is visible at right. The Pier 2 facility of Portland Pipe Line is also visible, as are the buildings at Southern Maine Community College, formerly Southern Maine Vocational Technical Institute that was built at Fort Preble.

Image of 2004.015.14 -

2004.015.14 -

Bug Light.