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This was then: The seventh grade

Chris Baer teaches photography and graphic design at Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School. He’s been collecting vintage photographs for many years.Seventh GradeMeet Tisbury School’s...

This was then: Owen Park

Chris Baer teaches photography and graphic design at Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School. He’s been collecting vintage photographs for many years.Owen Park, 1932Owen Park...

This was then: Dave Noble, W1SGL

Photos of long-ago Martha’s Vineyard.

This was then: Don’t do this

Photos of long-ago Martha’s Vineyard.

This was then: Dave’s

Photos of long-ago Martha’s Vineyard.

This was then: The Bank

Photos of long ago Martha’s Vineyard.

This was then: Five Corners

Photos of long-ago Martha’s Vineyard.

This was then: Captain Jane and the Mansion House

Photos of long ago Martha’s Vineyard.

This was then: Ben Chuck

Photos of long ago Martha’s Vineyard.

This was then: Detour

Photos of long-ago Martha’s Vineyard.

The pumping station

Photos of long-ago Martha’s Vineyard.

Walk your horses

Photos of long-ago Martha’s Vineyard.

This was then: W.J. Mendence’s cigar and confectionery shop

Photos of long-ago Martha’s Vineyard.

This was then: Williston’s Pier

Chris Baer teaches photography and graphic design at Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School. He’s been collecting vintage photographs for many years.Williston's PierThe Oak Bluffs...

This was then: The Meat Wagon

Photos of long-ago Martha’s Vineyard.

This was then: The Pagoda in Oak Bluffs

Photos of long ago Martha’s Vineyard.

This was then: The Magnolia

Photos of long ago Martha’s Vineyard.

This was then

Vintage photos of long-ago Martha’s Vineyard

Photos of long ago Martha’s Vineyard.

Chris Baer teaches photography and graphic design at Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School. He’s been collecting vintage photographs for many years.Holmes Smith GroceryThe Holmes...

This was then: antique photos of Martha’s Vineyard

The Casino burned down in September 1892, together with the Sea View Hotel and a number of other neighboring buildings. 'A southwest wind is all that saved the town,' reported the papers.