BHS Fundraising Efforts
  Collectible Items For Sale
Listed on this page are several items available from BHS, including a canvas tote bag, and a series of Collectible plaques produced for the Beals Historical Society for its Moosabec series. Each of the Collectible plaques is painted on wood and measures approximately seven inches by 5 inches. A picture of each item is shown below along with the description that is included with the item. All money raised from the sale of these collectible plaques will go to into the general operating fund for the historical society.
To place an order, please click on the "Order Form" link below to download a copy of the form or send a check payable to Beals Historical Society, PO Box 280, Beals ME 04611
Fill out the order form and send it to:
BHS Collectibles
PO Box 280
Beals ME 04611

"Scenic Beals Island Area" calendar
With photos by local photographers, BHS beautiful "Scenic Beals Island Area" calendar is now available for sale at $20 each. This price includes sales tax but, for shipping, please add $2.00 for each calendar ordered.
Please make checks payable to: Beals Historical Society, PO Box 280, Beals ME  04611.

Local Photos by Marcia McDavid
Currently, photographer Marcia McDavid is displaying beautiful original local photos at Beals Heritage Center. Center hours are 11-4pm, Wednesday - Saturday. The photos will remain on display, until sold. We hope you can stop by to see the unique artistry of our own little Beals Island as captured by this local eye! If you will not have
the opportunity to visit the center but would like to make a purchase, we can send your selection via the USPS for a shipping fee of $10.


“Two of the fastest contenders in the July 4th lobster boat races between Beals Island and Jonesport in the mid-1900s were the Thorobred and the Red Wing. Both were built in the 1930’s at Barney’s Cove, the Thorobred by Will Frost for Nathaniel Alley, the Red Wing by George Addington in Charles Henry Beal’s shop for Herman Beal. Both were built with torpedo sterns and measured 33 feet long and 7 ˝ feet wide. The Thorobred, whose ownership passed to George Witham, Floyd Beal, Esten Beal Jr., Chester Lenfestey, Roger Beal, Ralph Alley and Clinton Libby, died hauled out on the Alley’s Bay shore, Beals, about 1960. The Red Wing passed to Leon Alley, Lyman Alley, Joseph Alley, Bertram Peabody and Ellery Merchant before dying hauled out on Elsie’s Point, Beals, about 1960.”
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