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Eunice Metivier Graduation 1091 viewsFrom left to right: Margaurite Metivier, Eunice Metivier and Herman Metivier. Eunice dressed in her graduation cap and gown, but did not attend her high school graduation because her father had a prior church committment.
Feb 16, 2008
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Eunice & Julius Eating Crabs1065 viewsEunice and Julius Knott eating crabs on his family’s back porch. This picture was taken at Julius’ childhood home after the couple was married. This property was destroyed by a fire some years later. Eunice's father, Herman "Mac" Metivier would not allow crabs to enter his house. Eunice's first taste of a Maryland crab came when she met her future husband, Julius Knott. Mr. Knott also worked at the lighthouse.
Feb 16, 2008
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Crew of 19491020 viewsPictured from left to right are: Keeper Herman Metivier, Bobby Younkins (from Washington state), Julius Knott, Tony Borres, and assistant keeper Zadock Sturgis. Julius Knott painted the Coast Guard Sign.
Feb 16, 2008
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Neighbors Across Time1023 viewsNeighbors across time: Eunice Metivier Knott standing at the south side kitchen entrance where she once lived; Laura Berg standing at the north side kitchen entrance where she lived some years later. This picture was taken during the 2004 Open House. Robert Hall interviewed Mrs. Knott at the open house on November 7, 2004, and scanned in her family pictures. The full interview is available on this website.

Feb 16, 2008
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Buoys Drying in the Grass1060 viewsWooden spar buoys, drying on the east side lawn of the lighthouse.
Feb 16, 2008
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Buoy Tracks 1950s969 viewsA view of the lighthouse, buoy repair shed and coal shed from the 1950s. The tracks on the wharf were used to transport buoys from ships to the repair shed and back.Feb 04, 2008
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Point Lookout Lighthouse from the end of the Buoy Tracks975 viewsA lone buoy sits on the wharf. To the left of the lighthouse is the original fog bell, which was made ineffective by the adjacent buoy repair and coal sheds, and would later be replaced by a tower at the end of the coal shed.Feb 04, 2008
 
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