In a friendly but eloquent mixture of encouragement, advice and warning to the whole Island, Secretary of the Interior Steward L. Udall formally...
The Dr. Daniel Fisher house next to the Methodist Church in Edgartown, a noble Greek revival mansion which has been for many years one of the...
There were several deaf-and-dumb persons, as deaf-mutes were called, living in the Island towns.
All of the photographs in this edition of the Gazette and many of those last week were made into halftone engravings right in the Gazette office on a...
Editors, Vineyard Gazette:  
When it was announced by the military several days ago that it would accept messages from amateur radio operators to the boys in Vietnam, David Novel...
The statement that follows was adapted by Dwight T. Colley from notes he used at the Regional High School forum on Our Vietnam Policy held on Nov. 20...
Ten year round Vineyarders were among the 25,000 to 50,000 persons who took part in the march on Washington Saturday to protest the Unites States’...
By an agreement reached recently the familiar hotel landmark on Starbuck’s Neck. Edgartown, is being sold by the Harbor View Hotel Cor­poration to...
At a time when the expression of differing opinion on our foreign policy is being criticized as being disloyal it seems desirable to present the...
The curtain fell at 2 p.m. on Friday on the Island’s twentieth Consecutive fishing derby and without doubt its most successful. Up to the final hour...
The nightly scene at the weighing-in station in Oak Bluffs, is an aspect of the annual bass derby that has never been adequately described. The derby...

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