Museum logo

Search Term Record

  • Email This Page
  • Send Feedback
Name Uncle Andy's Bakery

Associated Records

Image of 2014.022.14 -

2014.022.14 -

South Portland Business Guide, Budget and Cookbook. Advertising booklet for local businesses featuring a calendar (1966 & 1967), monthly household budget forms, recipes and cooking tips. Includes ad for Hillside Rest and Nursing Home at 84 Broadway.

Image of 2014.129 -

2014.129 -

Article about Uncle Andy's renovation, printed in the May 16, 2014, edition of the Portland Sun. Uncle Andy's Diner will be getting a $10,000 makeover courtesy of the Food Network's "Restaurant Impossible".

Image of 2014.072.5 -

2014.072.5 -

Obituary of Emidio "John" Palanza, founder of Uncle Andy's Bakery and Coffee Shoppe, March 2011.

Image of 2015.098.22 - Knightville Architectural Survey

2015.098.22 - Knightville Architectural Survey

169 Ocean Street - form and photo from the 2006 Knightville architectural survey. *There is no survey form for 171 Ocean Street where Uncle Andy's Diner is located. Building is attached to 169 Ocean Street and one side is visible in this file, the other side in the photo for 173 Ocean Street.

2015.098.23 - Knightville Architectural Survey

171 Ocean Street - form and photo missing in survey records, but a gap in sequence between 22 and 24, so suspect that a form did exist. Uncle Andy's Diner. See 2015.098.22 and 2015.098.24 for partial views of this building.

Image of 2012.151.8 -

2012.151.8 -

Waxed paper bag, 11" x 5", Uncle Andy's Bakery, South Portland, Maine. Six bags.

Image of 2007.099.1 -

2007.099.1 -

Neuts Bakery at its first location, 82 Ocean Street, South Portland, Maine. Gus Neuts operated the bakery at this location in Knightville from 1942 to 1946. In 1946 he built a new bakery at 170 Ocean Street; he sold it when he became ill in 1949. The bakery was later renamed Uncle Andy's.

Image of 2006.069.2 -

2006.069.2 -

Uncle Andy's Bakery and Coffee Shoppe, April 1993.

Image of 2012.112.24 - Harry E. Baker Company Collection

2012.112.24 - Harry E. Baker Company Collection

View from Ocean Street, looking toward Wolfe Ford on Waterman Drive, South Portland, Maine, 1967. Wolfe Ford Sales, Inc. was previously located at 617 Broadway; the business moved to the newly constructed facility at 165 Waterman Drive (shown here) in 1967. Station wagon in photo has lettering for Uncle Andy's Bakery.

Image of 2012.157.30 -

2012.157.30 -

Uncle Andy's Bakery & Coffee Shop, 171A and 171B Ocean Street, South Portland, Maine.

Image of 2007.099.2 -

2007.099.2 -

The second location of Neuts Bakery at 171 Ocean Street, South Portland, Maine, owned and operated by Gus Neuts.

Image of 2007.099.3 -

2007.099.3 -

Neuts Bakery building, 171 Ocean Street, under construction. South Portland, Maine. Two photos.

Image of 2007.099.4 -

2007.099.4 -

Neuts Bakery, 171 Ocean Street, South Portland, Maine, interior view.

Image of 2007.099.5 -

2007.099.5 -

Two candid photographs of Gus Neuts, owner and operator of Neuts Bakery.

Image of 2015.104.6 -

2015.104.6 -

View down Ocean Street toward old South Portland High School (Mahoney), showing Uncle Andy's. Taken in front of the First National Store. South Portland, Maine.

Image of 2015.104.16 -

2015.104.16 -

First National Store on Ocean Street, South Portland, Maine. Uncle Andy's in the background.

Image of 2016.047.5 -

2016.047.5 -

Uncle Andy's Bakery and Coffee Shoppe, Ocean Street, South Portland, Maine, 1992.

Image of 2004.015.52 -

2004.015.52 -

Ocean Street looking south. Signs for Uncle Andy's Bakery, the A & P store, and Mill Creek Shopping Center, South Portland, Maine.

Image of 2005.080.1 - Palanza Collection

2005.080.1 - Palanza Collection

Helen Palanza, wife of Emidio "John" Palanza. Helen and John Palanza owned and operated Uncle Andy's Bakery from the 1950s to 1990s. Helen Palanza handled the front end of the shop, and worked there right up until her sudden death in August 1993.