|Title||Photographic negative depicting people and cars in the 1938 Stonington (Maine) Parade; in foreground are a man and a woman in a Breeze automobile, each holding a parasol; the man's advertises the Rockland Hardware Co.|
|Collection||Early Motorized Ground Vehicles - Maine|
|Object Name||Negative, Film|
|Caption||1938 Stonington, Maine parade with Breeze automobile|
|Scope & Content||
Photographic negative depicting people and cars in a parade. In foreground are a man and a woman in a Breeze automobile, each holding a parasol; the man's advertises the Rockland Hardware Co. The automobile has "1905" written on its side. Notes on envelope: "Stonington, Maine: 1910 Breeze in Stonington Parade in 1938 with Capt. James Stinson in driver's seat". Originally labeled "1905 Breeze", but the "1905" has been crossed out. Original image was tacked to a wall or bulletin board. B&W. 4"x5".
Captain James Stinson was a 3rd District Hancock County Judge and also was the island Ford Dealership from Model T Days, through circa 1940. Captain Stinson had earlier been a steamboat captain. He built 4 large scale models of famous Maine steam ships of his day, including the Castine; the models are currently in the Allie Ryan Collection at the Castine Historical Society.
|Subjects||Stinson, James I., 1881-1965|
|Year Range from||1905|
|Year Range to||1938|