The Stanley Museum in Kingfield is dedicated to preserving and commemorating "the Stanley family genius." Renown for their steam cars, the Stanley family were not only pioneers in the automotive world but also had many other ambitions.
The Stanley twins' sister was avid in her photography and colored many of the images she captured.
Violin making was another unexpected passion of the Stanley twins. All of these artifacts including whole cars are on display at the Museum, which used to be a school building.
Selected Stanley Museum images:
- Stanley School, Kingfield, ca. 1907
- Squirrel Island Library dedication, 1904
- Squirrel Island Gathering, ca. 1905
- Women's Race, Squirrel Island, ca. 1905
- On Patrol in Boothbay Harbor, 1917
- Edwin T. Booth as Hamlet, ca. 1870
- Tim Pond Camps, Eustis, ca. 1906
- Durrell family reunion, Kingfield, 1901
- U.S. Life-Saving Station, Wallis Sands, New Hampshire
- Agnes Lucille Stanley, Kingfield, ca. 1888
- Raymond W. Stanley, 1918
- X-ray photograph of hand, ca. 1896