Schooner Whitebelle Wreck, Lubec, 1931

Contributed by Lubec Memorial Library


The Whitebelle was the last four-masted schooner built in Canada and foundered at Gulliver's Hole, off West Quoddy Head, on May 22, 1931. The impact broke the vessel in half dumping a portion of the coal cargo into the ocean.

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  • Title: Schooner Whitebelle Wreck, Lubec, 1931
  • Creator: Miller, Geneva
  • Creation Date: 1931
  • Subject Date: 1931
  • Local Name: Gulliver's Hole, West Quoddy Head
  • Town: Lubec
  • County: Washington
  • State: ME
  • Media: Photographic print
  • Dimensions: 18 cm x 12.75 cm
  • Collection: Edith Comstock Collection
  • Object Type: Image

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