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Ever wonder what the inter-island sloops were transporting below in their holds? Some may think it contraband and many times […]Read More
Would you believe this photograph was only an inch wide by an inch and a half in height? 👀 I […]Read More
Photo: G.T. Small On March 18, 1931, anticipation grew to new heights as a record crowd of 7,000 residents gathered at […]Read More
Governor Paul M. Pearson was a great supporter of the arts! In 1932, he invited Miss Louise Stallings, a young American soprano to perform. […]Read More
When I first saw this faded photograph of an ocean liner, I thought I would never know her identity. 📷 Like most of […]Read More
As I was flipping though the pages of an old album, a small faded photograph of a sailor in his uniform […]Read More
At the suggestion of her physician and close friends, Edna St. Vincent Millay arrived in St. Thomas for a lengthy, […]Read More
(L to R) Rene de Lagarde, Tony Daniels and Dennis de Lagarde. “Standing next to our stand-by, Normandie”. Copyrighted © […]Read More
Governor Paul M. Pearson with Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt and traveling companion, Lorena Hickok. Standing on the steps of Government House, […]Read More
Within weeks of discovering this old photograph of the SS Dominica in our family’s collection, I came across an interesting article in the newspapers about […]Read More
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