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1232Wendell H. Gilley holding Official Seal of the State of Maine, 1955Image, PhotographPeople
Carvings
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Wendell Gilley holding the carving of the Maine state seal he carved for the Northeast Harbor Public Library
1230Wendell H. Gilley Holding Owl CarvingImage, PhotographPeople
Carvings
Birds
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Wendell Gilley outdoors holding small carving of an owl perched on a driftwood branch
1229Wendell H. Gilley Carving a GrouseImage, PhotographPeople
Carvings
Birds
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Wendell Gilley in his workshop carving, tools hanging on wall next to him
1228Wendell H. Gilley, September 1974Image, PhotographPeople
Carvings
Birds
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Wendell Gilley next to a shelf holding carving of Canada geese
1227Wendell H. Gilley Holding Eagle Carving and Miniature Mallard, Summer 1971Image, PhotographPeople
Carvings
Birds
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Wendell Gilley standing in front of garage holding two carvings, an eagle and his first carving, a mallard made in 1930. On back of photo: "Wendell, Gilley, summer 1971, taken by Diane L. Kelly, his 1st & present bird in progress."
1226Wendell H. Gilley with Eagle, November 1970Image, PhotographPeople
Birds
Carvings
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Wendell Gilley standing next to unfinished half life size carved eagle
1225Wendell H. Gilley Carving EagleImage, PhotographPeople
Birds
Carvings
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Wendell Gilley at workbench carving eagle with raised wings
1224Wendell H. Gilley in his WorkshopImage, PhotographPeople
Carvings
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Wendell Gilley working on a carving, cormorants and herons on the wall behind him
1223Wendell H. Gilley in his workshop - Oct. 1971Image, PhotographPeople
Carvings
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Wendell Gilley at work on a carving in his workshop.
1222Wendell H. Gilley with Osprey - 1972Image, PhotographPeople
Carvings
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Wendell Gilley holding carved osprey in a snow covered yard, Southeast Harbor, Maine
1215Letter to Wendell H. Gilley from Donal C. O'Brien, Jr.Document, CorrespondenceOther, Tools
People
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This letter thanks Gilley for sending a vise. O'Brien also encloses correspondence with Byron Cheever about publishing Gilley's book.
1214Letter to Byron Cheever from Donal C. O'Brien, Jr.Document, CorrespondenceOther, Literature
People
Other, Tools
Description:
This letter praises Wendell Gilley's inventiveness, his carving and his book . O'Brien refers to a vise for holding decoys and carvings for painting that Wendell includes in the book.
1212Letter to Wendell H. Gilley from Donal C. O'Brien, Jr.Document, CorrespondenceCarvings
People
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Note from O'Brien included with a copy of a letter from Byron Cheever. O'Brien mentions having been asked by Peggy Rockefeller if Gilley would sell her a flock of geese.
1211Letter to Wendell H. Gilley from Byron CheeverDocument, CorrespondenceCarvings
Other, Literature
People
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Cheever writes that he has received the materials for Gilley's book and that he read the new chapter on decoys and thought it was well done. He also talks about meeting carver Harold Haertel in Chicago at a meeting of decoy collectors.
1202Letter to Raymond L. Stearns from Wendell GilleyDocument, CorrespondenceCarvings
People
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Written on museum letterhead, this letter describes the opening of the Wendell Gilley Museum and mentions Wendell Gilley's donation of his carvings to the museum
1200Letter from Raymond L. Stearns to Nina GormleyDocument, CorrespondencePeople
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Letter to the Museum Director about sending the museum copies of letters received from Wendell Gilley. Enclosed are two letters by Wendell Gilley to Mr. Stearns.
1199Letter to Mrs. Otis D. Wolfe from Steven C. RockefellerDocument, CorrespondenceOther, Art
People
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Letter to the donor of a bronze sculpture by Walther Matia in memory of Foster Whitlock . The letter thanks her for her donation of the sculpture to the museum and describes the dedication ceremony.
1198Letter from Steven C. Rockefeller to Members of the Wendell Gilley Museum Nominating CommitteeDocument, CorrespondencePeople
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Letter concerning the proposed nomination of Arthur Rogers, Jr. for trustee of the museum by Jim Wallis
1197Letter to Wendell Gilley Museum from Isabel ThacherDocument, CorrespondenceBirds
People
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This letter describes three birds (a bobwhite, a yellowlegs, and a gull) carved by Wendell Gilley and owned by the letter writer, Isabel Thacher.
1196Letter from James C. Collins to The EiderDocument, CorrespondencePeople
Decoys
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Letter to the editor of the Wendell Gilley Museum's publication, The Eider, from James C. Collins after learning of Wendell Gilley's death
1005Bragdon - Addie (Bragdon) Gilley (1905-1983)ReferencePeople
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Addie Gilley’s created an outstanding collection of her husband’s work. The carvings that Addie so wisely saved over the years became the core of the Museum’s permanent collection. Wendell and Addie were the guests of honor at the opening of the Gilley Museum on July 12, 1981. They remained active in the museum until their deaths a few months apart in 1983.
1004Wendell Holmes GilleyImage, PhotographPeople
1003Wendell Holmes GilleyImage, PhotographPeople
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Gilley smokes a pipe while carving an Osprey.
1002Gilley - Wendell Holmes Gilley (1904-1983)ReferencePeople
Description:
Wendell Gilley is a name well known among carvers and carving collectors. Author of The Art of Bird Carving: A Guide to a Fascinating Hobby, one of the earliest instructional books on the subject, Gilley was a pioneer in the field of decorative bird carving. By his estimate, he created “ten thousand birds of pine and paint” between 1931 and 1983. (Gilley also loved alliteration; it should be noted that most of his carvings were made of basswood.) [show more]