Vineyard Gazette
It is credibly reported that the U. S. Marine Hospital property in Vineyard Haven has been sold to the Boston Seaman’s Friend Society, the sale having been consummated within the past week.
Marine Hospital
Vineyard Gazette
The possibility of an active and duly accredited summer school on the Island, together with provisions for private tutoring by local teachers, has been proposed by Mr. and Mrs. J. Raoul St.
Marine Hospital
Vineyard Gazette
The sale of the U.S. Marine Hospital property, so-called, in Vineyard Haven, to the St.
Marine Hospital
Mark Alan Lovewell
Eugene Baer, teacher of art at the Tisbury School, would never have come to Martha’s Vineyard had it not been for the St. Pierre summer school.
Marine Hospital

2018

The $31 million Martha’s Vineyard Museum restoration project is weeks away from becoming a reality.
Construction is set to finish in September on the new museum campus , the former 19th century marine hospital in Vineyard Haven.

2016

Archaeologists surveying the future site of the Martha's Vineyard Museum in Vineyard Haven recently found traces of human use dating back thousands of years.

2015

The former Marine Hospital, now owned by the Martha’s Vineyard Museum, could become an event venue in the near future if the Tisbury selectmen approve. The museum wants to use the property for up to 12 events a year, including weddings.

2012

Marthas Vineyard Museum Marine Hospital

Groundwork at the site of old Marine Hospital, the future home of the Martha’s Vineyard Museum, remains suspended after a worker discovered a bone at the site last week, shutting down operations.

The bone was at first thought to be a human remain, but has since been determined not to belong to a person.

2011

old hospital

The Martha’s Vineyard Museum expects to sign within days a purchase and sales agreement to buy the former Marine Hospital in Vineyard Haven for an undisclosed price.

The purchase of the historic property, perched on a hill above the harbor, would mark a major step in the museum’s long quest to find a new home for its historical collections outside of Edgartown.

Museum executive director David Nathans said yesterday morning he hoped to have a deal completed by week’s end.

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