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Raymond W. Lewis Scrapbook

Raymond W. Lewis Scrapbook
From the collection of the Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum, a scrapbook belonging to Raymond W. Lewis containing newspaper articles from the late 1920's to the early 1940's. Many obituaries from the 1930's, Eugene O'Neill's dune shack lost to the sea, 800 lb. man eating shark, Dickenson's prize-winning painting hung upside down, submarine menace in Provincetown's waters, Old South Truro Meeting House destroyed by fire, shipwrecks and much more.
Atlantic Fisherman, Barnstable County (Mass.) History, Cape Cod (Mass.) History, Captains, Churches, Dune Shacks--Peaked Hill Bars Historic District, Fires, Fisheries--Massachusetts--Provincetown--History, Fishermen, Fishers--Massachusetts--Provincetown, Fishing villages, Fishing villages--Massachusetts--Provincetown, Harbors, Harbors--Provincetown--Mass, Lifesaving, Lifesaving stations--Massachusetts--Provincetown, Military history, Navigation, New Bedford Standard, New Bedford Times, Peaked Hill Bars Station, Provincetown (Mass.)--History--20th century, Sailing ships, Schooners, Shipwrecks, Shipwrecks--Massachusetts--Cape Cod region, Shipwrecks--Massachusetts--Provincetown, Shipwrecks--Massachusetts--Truro, United States Coast Guard, Whaling, Whaling--Massachusetts--History, Whaling--Massachusetts--Provincetown--History, and Dickinson, Edwin

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