The Tisbury Manor, Tom the turkey, and Herbert Tucker.

Once upon a time in old Manhattan, there was a place where Islanders could raise a glass or two and feel right at home. Sort of.

Tom Dunlop

Pagoda Tree, Pétanque, Daniel Pierce, Place on the Wayside, John Poketapace, Samuel Freeman Pratt, and Priscilla Pearls.

Sampson’s Hill, Sankaty, Sea Serpent, Sebastian, the Singing Cop, and Squeteague.

Kelley House, Craig Johnstone Kingsbury, and King’s Land of Tisbury.

Moon-cusser, Moon-Cusser Coffee House, and Money Hill.

Wasque, Wild Men of Borneo, and Captain Thomas Worth.

On the morning of Wednesday, July 1, 1891 a large flag with a white background, blue border, and the words “Harbor View” in crimson letters was run up the flagpole of a new enterprise at the very edge of Edgartown.

Nis Kildegaard

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