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|1574||Bar Harbor Times article, July 3, 1980.|
Describes the removal of the George Ripley Fuller House, located at the current Wendell Gilley Museum site (the corner of Rte. 102 and Herrick Rd., Southwest Harbor) prior to the museum's construction.
|1562||Wendell H. Gilley outside his workshop, fall 1981|
Snapshot of Wendell Gilley standing at the door of his workshop ; photographer unknown
|1560||Addie and Wendell Gilley with Barn Owl, Shorebirds and Ducks, Opening Day|
Addie and Wendell Gilley passing display cases at the museum's opening day.
|1539||Wendell and Addie Gilley at the Gilley Museum on opening day|
The Gilleys viewing exhibits followed by Steven Rockefeller
|1496||Wendell and Addie Gilley at the Gilley Museum on opening day|
The Gilleys with Steven Rockefeller looking at miniature carvings in a round display case
|1498||Addie Gilley with Herons, Opening Day|
Addie Gilley examines carving of herons in display case at the museum's opening day.
|1493||Ribbon Cutting at Wendell Gilley Museum, July 12, 1981|
Guests of honor, Wendell and Addie Gilley cut the ribbon on the museum's opening day.
|1495||Wendell and Addie Gilley at Opening Day of Gilley Museum|
Wendell Gilley waves as Addie enters the front door of the new museum
|1494||Wendell and Addie Gilley Entering the Gilley Museum on Opening Day|
Wendell and Addie Gilley, guests of honor at the museum's opening day, walk up the front walk