- Item 101364 - Walter Davis tending lobster gear, Monhegan, 1932
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- Item 101364
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Son of William Bainbridge “Uncle Ben” Davis and Martha Jane West, Walter Davis was a well-known Monhegan Island fisherman. Born on the Island in 1865, Walter became Monhegan’s “king” of lobstering at the peak of his career in the mid-1930’s.Show Details
Behind Davis on the right is the old Trefethren store, run by the Lane family in the early 1900s. Walter and Virgie Davis' house, "Snug Harbor," is visible in the background on the left.