Generations have taken pride in the reputation of the Edgartown shipbuilder, master constructor of barns, barges and binnacle boxes, Manuel Swartz.
President Franklin D. Roosevelt, the nation’s first real seagoing chief executive, made port at Edgartown Sunday afternoon in the midst of the nor’...
To Vineyarders the most interesting contribution to a recent symposium on favorite vacation spots published by Vogue is that Mrs. Price Post, who...
Map of Martha's Vineyard, 1933
South Road, the main artery of travel between eastern and western extremities of the Vineyard is at once outstanding in its natural scenery and its...
Somewhere on the great plain of Martha’s Vineyard death and the heath hen have met. One day, just as usual, there was a bird called the heath hen,...
This is the first Invitation Edition of the Vineyard Gazette. The purpose is to invite and urge newcomers (and old friends as well) to visit Martha’s...
This issue of the Vineyard Gazette—sixteen pages—is the largest ever printed. Not only is the paper the largest, but the edition will run into...
This issue of the Vineyard Gazette is an invitation particularly addressed to all those who have never visited Martha’s Vineyard. They will be...
The Island this morning faces at least one more day of the national banking holiday. Telegrams from the United States treasury notified Vineyard...
The death of Calvin Coolidge was the occasion for much sorrow and sympathy on the Vineyard. The former president had visited the Island many times...
The first presidential election reported in the columns of the Vineyard Gazette was that of 1848, two years after the founding of the Gazette by...
With the recent sales of Eastville real estate and the resulting plans for building in that neighborhood, this once important Island locality seems...

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