Lincoln County Bicentennial Event on Westport Island, 1960
Contributed by Westport Island History Committee
This picture was taken in 1960 as part of Lincoln County Bicentennial Celebration events.
From left to right: Phyllis Siebert, daughter-in-law of Eleanor Siebert Smith, owner of the historical Squire Tarbox house (pictured in the background); Cora Davison Reed (wife of sitting Governor John H. Reed); and Virginia Cromwell Anderson, Westport Island's Deputy Town Clerk.
Phyllis Siebert and her husband Otto lived at the Squire Tarbox house; and she operated a gourmet bread baking business from her home. Beginning in 1972, Phyllis Siebert was the chef at the Blaine House where she served five Maine governors.
- Title: Lincoln County Bicentennial Event on Westport Island, 1960
- Creator: Williams, Alice Blake
- Creation Date: 1960
- Subject Date: 1960
- Town: Westport Island
- County: Lincoln
- State: ME
- Media: Black and white photograph
- Dimensions (cm): 9 x 9
- Local Code: TarSamInn.Photo.5.1960
- Collection: Squire Tarbox Inn Collection
- Object Type: Image
For more information about this item, contact:
Westport Island History Committee
6 Fowles Point Road, Westport Island, ME 04578
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LC Subject Headings
Tarbox, Sarah P.--Homes and haunts--Maine--Westport Island
Centennial celebrations--Maine--Westport Island
Lincoln County (Me.)--Commemoration
Tarbox, Samuel, 1780-1861--Homes and haunts--Maine--Westport Island
Squire Tarbox Inn (Westport Island, Me.)
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