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|1242||Philadelphia Inquirer article, Oct. 19, 1976|
Article from the Philadelphia Inquirer's society column by Ruth Seltzer describing the preparations for the exhibit Downeast Bird Carvings by Wendell Gilley. The exhibit was held at the Academy of Natural Sciences in Philadelphia. The photograph accompanying the article shows Barbara Tyson, a trustee of the Academy, helping unpack the carved birds.
|1543||Bangor Daily News article, Oct. 31, 1984.|
Article from the Bangor Daily News reporting on a donation of Wendell Gilley bird carvings by artist Ethel Mae James to the museum
|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.
|1575||Bar Harbor Times article, April 8, 1971|
This article, titled "Capt. Black: Artist and Surgeon", describes Wendell Gilley's influence on sculptor Paul Black. It also mentions Gilley's Canada goose carved for Harry S. Truman.
|1576||Ellsworth American article, September 8, 1965|
Wendell Gilley meeting with National Wood Carvers Association officials Edwin Moore and Bernie Eilerman in his home in Southwests Harbor
|1577||Cleveland Plain Dealer article, September 20, 1956|
Columnist Wes Lawrence, visiting Southwest Harbor, writes about Wendell Gilley. Gilley's last name is misspelled "Gillie".
|1578||Kent County News article, October 20, 1965|
Lists Wendell Gilley as one of America's top craftsmen exhibiting at the Kent County Chapter of the Maryland Ornithological Society show of waterfowl and upland game bird carvings in Nov. 1965. Other carvers exhibiting included Harold Haertel.
|1579||Bar Harbor Times article, October 21, 1976|
Wendell Gilley exhibits forty carvings plus carvings-in-progress at the Philadelphia Academy of Natural Sciences in the show "Down East Bird Carvings."
|1580||Southwest Harbor Man Gave Up Family Business to Become "Whittling" Artist|
Bar Harbor Times article about Wendell Gilley's beginnings as an artist. Publication date is unknown.
|1581||Bar Harbor Times article, November 20, 1969|
Announcement that Wendell Gilley would be attending a bird carving exhibition in Chestertown, Maryland. The carving of a bald eagle family that he entered in the exhibit is depicted.
|1582||Gilley Celebrates 30th Year|
Article from the Mount Desert Islander, July 14, 2011
|1583||Woodcarvers Slate Speaker Here Saturday|
Article from the Evening Telegram (Herkimer, N.Y.), May 17, 1967. Wendell Gilley was the featured speaker at the National Woodcarvers Association's New York chapter's second annual meeting, according to the article, which gives biographical and professional information about him.