A Rockport town meeting sometime between 1948 and 1963. Though to be 1959 in Community School gym, the possible vote was for the new high school. Note: there are 48 stars on the flag and the 49 star flag wasn’t issued until July 1959.
This features Harry Mills, long time president of the Granite Savings Bank.
Special thanks to the members of the Facebook page “You know you grew up in Rockport when…” in helping me the people and the possible year. Especially, Dana Johnson for their research time.
Cardinal Cushing visits Rockport MA with Father Whalen at St. Joachim church.
Special thanks to the members of the Facebook page “You know you grew up in Rockport when…” in helping me define the Cardinal and year.
This was Peter’s confirmation class in 1959.
This was a project Peter Vincent did when he was at the SMFA in Boston. It was shot in Rockport MA at SBYC and the voice over was done by Ken Vincent.
An unknown woman that appears to be a part of Ken’s staff. In the last few years I have meet a few people that had worked with Ken, though I do not know who this is, but I find them wonderful portraits.
The family has always had a connection to Sandy Bay Yacht Club in Rockport. These are images from the Gloucester Paint ad campaign.
All three people are unknown.
Nick Barletta posted to Facebook as short story about Mr. Francis Bruni, the owner of the Building Center and the Pigeon Cove Turnpike.
It reminded me that I found these images from the The Building Center – Anniversary in Ken’s collection as he did the majority of the advertising for the Building Center.
I can only recognize one person and that is Walther Johnson back. Anyone recognize anyone else?
A few images of a Rockport past, were there seems to be a lot of snow on the ground. These were taken from Kodak glass-mounted slides, which dates after 1940. They are pre-1978. Maybe late 1960?