From the May 7, 1965 edition of the Vineyard Gazette by Constance Greenough Fuller:
The boathouse at Gay Head, built years ago by the Massachusetts Humane Society to house a lifeboat, has been purchased by Mrs. A. N. Piper of New...
Anciently, the hand liners salted menhaden, cutting the fillets from the bone, washing and salting them as carefully as if they were going to eat ‘em...
The sun came out and the weather warmed up enough so that Corporal McIntire’s assistant was asked to slip down to Main street and get ice cream cones.
A large number of the voters of Edgartown assembled in the Town Hall, to transact the business necessary for a proper maintenance of law and good...
A single male heath hen, almost certainly the sole survivor of its species in the whole world, showed itself this week.
The sale of Prospect Hill is one of perhaps no more than three, or maybe four, transfers on the highest eminence on the Vineyard in this century.
At 6:10 a.m. yesterday the sun crossed the equator. Day and night were of equal length everywhere on earth.
All the talk about new schools, makes us feel sometimes that all things educational that were practiced before might have been somehow wrong.

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