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Name Ocean House hotel
Number of Archive records 1
Number of Library records 0
Number of Object records 11
Number of Photo records 0

Associated Records

Image of Deed - WHC 2017.18

Deed - WHC 2017.18

Agreement for the the "Ocean House Lots" in Camden. The land was conveyed in trust by Mary Louise Bok to Reuel Robinson, Sylvanus E. Frohock, and Jesse H. Ogier for the purpose of making a gift of the property to the town of Camden for a public library site. The agreement is dated November 24, 1916, and is signed by Robinson, Frohock, and Ogier.

Image of Pitcher - WHC 2010.48

Pitcher - WHC 2010.48

Pieces of broken pitcher excavated from the site of the kitchen area of the Ocean House during the construction of the underground library wing in 1996. The building was built by Captain John Pendleton in 1810 and later was enlarged and became the Ocean House hotel in 1863 and was owned by Israel Decrow. The hotel burned in 1903. Artifacts recovered by archaeologist Harbour Mitchell of Camden.

Image of Pipe - WHC 2010.48

Pipe - WHC 2010.48

Bowl of clay pipe which was excavated from the site of the kitchen area of the Ocean House during the construction of the underground library wing in 1996. The building was built by Captain John Pendleton in 1810 and later was enlarged and became the Ocean House hotel in 1863 and was owned by Israel Decrow. The hotel burned in 1903. Artifacts recovered by archaeologist Harbour Mitchell of Camden.

Image of Marble - WHC 2010.48

Marble - WHC 2010.48

Clay marble from a child's game which was excavated from the site of the kitchen area of the Ocean House during the construction of the underground library wing in 1996. The building was built by Captain John Pendleton in 1810 and later was enlarged and became the Ocean House hotel in 1863 and was owned by Israel Decrow. The hotel burned in 1903. Artifacts recovered by archaeologist Harbour Mitchell of Camden.

Image of Bottle - WHC 2010.48

Bottle - WHC 2010.48

Two clear bottles excavated from the site of the kitchen area of the Ocean House during the construction of the underground library wing in 1996: 1 rectangular small bottle with short neck and 1 triangular bottle with long neck. The building was built by Captain John Pendleton in 1810 and later was enlarged and became the Ocean House hotel in 1863 and was owned by Israel Decrow. The hotel burned in 1903. Artifacts recovered by archaeologist Harbour Mitchell of Camden.

Image of Dish - WHC 2010.48

Dish - WHC 2010.48

Fragments of 19th-century blue Phoenix ware dish excavated from the site of the kitchen area of the Ocean House during the construction of the underground library wing in 1996. The building was built by Captain John Pendleton in 1810 and later was enlarged and became the Ocean House hotel in 1863 and was owned by Israel Decrow. The hotel burned in 1903. Artifacts recovered by archaeologist Harbour Mitchell of Camden.

Image of Inkwell - WHC 2010.48

Inkwell - WHC 2010.48

Cobalt inkwell excavated from the site of the kitchen area of the Ocean House during the construction of the underground library wing in 1996. The building was built by Captain John Pendleton in 1810 and later was enlarged and became the Ocean House hotel in 1863 and was owned by Israel Decrow. The hotel burned in 1903. Artifacts recovered by archaeologist Harbour Mitchell of Camden.

Image of Teacup - WHC 2010.48

Teacup - WHC 2010.48

Broken teacup and saucer showing charring which were excavated from the site of the kitchen area of the Ocean House during the construction of the underground library wing in 1996. The building was built by Captain John Pendleton in 1810 and later was enlarged and became the Ocean House hotel in 1863 and was owned by Israel Decrow. The hotel burned in 1903. Artifacts recovered by archaeologist Harbour Mitchell of Camden.

Image of Bottle - WHC 2010.48

Bottle - WHC 2010.48

Clear cylindrical bottle with wide mouth used to store olives, which was excavated from the site of the kitchen area of the Ocean House during the construction of the underground library wing in 1996. The building was built by Captain John Pendleton in 1810 and later was enlarged and became the Ocean House hotel in 1863 and was owned by Israel Decrow. The hotel burned in 1903. Artifacts recovered by archaeologist Harbour Mitchell of Camden.

Image of Crock - WHC 2010.48

Crock - WHC 2010.48

Lid from a pickle crock which was excavated from the site of the kitchen area of the Ocean House during the construction of the underground library wing in 1996. The building was built by Captain John Pendleton in 1810 and later was enlarged and became the Ocean House hotel in 1863 and was owned by Israel Decrow. The hotel burned in 1903. Artifacts recovered by archaeologist Harbour Mitchell of Camden.

Image of Plate - WHC 2010.48

Plate - WHC 2010.48

Fragment of blue spongeware plate which was excavated from the site of the kitchen area of the Ocean House during the construction of the underground library wing in 1996. The building was built by Captain John Pendleton in 1810 and later was enlarged and became the Ocean House hotel in 1863 and was owned by Israel Decrow. The hotel burned in 1903. Artifacts recovered by archaeologist Harbour Mitchell of Camden.

Image of WHC 2010.48

WHC 2010.48

Four bones of lamb or beef and bird and 2 mussel shells which were excavated from the site of the kitchen area of the Ocean House during the construction of the underground library wing in 1996. The building was built by Captain John Pendleton in 1810 and later was enlarged and became the Ocean House hotel in 1863 and was owned by Israel Decrow. The hotel burned in 1903. Artifacts recovered by archaeologist Harbour Mitchell of Camden.