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Eunice Metivier Graduation 872 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.
Lighthouse Landscaping from the 1950s861 viewsA picture of the lighthouse from the 1950s, showing the care and attention to the landscaping around the point. Notice the meticulously manicured shrubs and trees surrounding the lighthouse.
Eunice & Julius Eating Crabs850 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.
Buoys Drying in the Grass839 viewsWooden spar buoys, drying on the east side lawn of the lighthouse.
Neighbors Across Time811 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.

809 viewsA group of men pose in front of the buoy shed.
Crew of 1949808 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.
Lighthouse c. 1949807 viewsPoint Lookout lighthouse. Francis Hart's children are posing in front of the lighthouse fence, Summer 1949. Photo Courtesy of Francis Hart.

Kitchen801 viewsThis room is used as the entrance to the Lighthouse. Many of the cabinets have been removed, however, the stove and sink fixtures still remain in fairly good shape.
William and Mary Ann Brown Moody798 viewsWilliam and his wife, Mary Ann Brown Moody.
Metivier Family Photo792 viewsA portrait of the Herman and Marguerite Metivier family. Back Row from left to right: Esther, Herman, Marguerite, Ralph and Grace Front row from left to right - Virginia and Eunice
Randy & Chessie778 viewsRandy Younkins poses on the buoy tracks with the Sturgis' Chesapeake Retriever.
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