From the Vineyard Gazette edition of July 6, 1962: More than seventy-five fun-loving tots and forty-five interested adults were lined...
From the Vineyard Gazette editions of July 1963: Edgartown’s annual Fourth of July celebration will begin on July 3 with the arrival of the Navy...
From the Vineyard Gazette editions of August, 1970: A writer’s retreat, a think tank, a junior college, an experimental division of the University of...
Nineteen per cent of the approximately 42 miles of sand beach on the Vineyard are open without exception to the general public. By any ordinary...
From the Vineyard Gazette editions of June, 1945: The naming of Martha’s Vineyard remains one of the most fascinating of mysteries,...
From the Gazette edition of May 15, 1953: “I’m easing the limber holes in the floors,” Cap’n Roy Smith explained. “This brig doesn’t leak, but...
From past editions of the Vineyard Gazette: The natural formation of the Island of Martha’s Vineyard is such that nature seems to have prepared...
From past editions of the Vineyard Gazette: Interest in the newly-formed dairymen’s association of the Island continues to increase, as was...
From the edition of May 15, 1987: On Martha’s Vineyard we turn to a time in the 1840s, a little over a half century after the signing of the...

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