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Dave Sargent
 
Clam Ring with Clams
This two-inch ring once belonged to Chubby Woodman. Now it helps Len Woodman, his grandson, determine which clams are mature enough to harvest.
Henry Jeffs Basket
 
Len Woodman
 
Franklyn E. Goucher
Courtesy of the Essex Historical Society.
Lawrence "Chubby" Woodman with Clams
Courtesy of Woodman's of Essex.
Bessie Woodman Outside Store
Courtesy of Woodman's of Essex.
Clam Constable Examines Young Clams
From Franklyn Goucher's Memoirs: Daniel Pierce, Essex County Shellfish Supervisor in the 1950s, kneeling inside fence erected around First Mud Flat, showing inch-long clams saved from predators. Complete cost of fence was $405. At least $100,000 worth of clams were harvested there. Courtesy of the Essex Historical Society.
Essex Business Directory
Courtesy of the Essex Shipbuilding Museum.
City of Gloucester Clam Beds
Courtesy of the Gloucester Shellfish Department.
Designated Shellfishing Areas of Essex Bay
Courtesy of the Gloucester Shellfish Department.
Joseph Carlin
 
Baby Clam
Courtesy of John E. Grundstrom.
Closures
Courtesy of John E. Grundstrom.
Jack Grundstrom
 
John Grundstrom
 
Three Generations
 
Three Generations 2
Three generations of Grundstrom family clam diggers from Rowley. Courtesy of John E. Grundstrom.
Rowley Netting Project
Three Grundstrom clam diggers examine the progress of these clam beds in Rowley, where netting has been used to prevent predator access to the growing stock. Courtesy of John E. Grundstrom.
First and Ocean National Bank Calendar
Courtesy of Joseph Carlin.
Young Girl Digging
Courtesy of Joseph Carlin.
Here's Where You Eat Them Alive!
Courtesy of Joseph Carlin.
How Would You Like to Have Some of These Fried?
Courtesy of Joseph Carlin.
How Would You Like to Have Some of These Fried (Back)
How would you like to have some of these fried - Jane. August 3, 1912.
I Believe You Have the Shanties
I believe you have the shanties. These are some of our oldest fishermen. Hope you will like it. M.M. Perkins. Courtesy of Joseph Carlin.
Menu Back
 
Menu Front
Courtesy of Joseph Carlin
Oh What an Appetite One Gets Here
Courtesy of Joseph Carlin.
Souvenir of Old Home Week
Souvenir of Providence and Vicinity Old Home Week - July 28, Aug. 3. Won't you come and have some clams with us. Courtesy of Joseph Carlin.
Thanksgiving Dinner
Courtesy of Joseph Carlin.
Tool Catalogue
Courtesy of Joseph Carlin.
Woodmans 1916 Invented Fried Clams
Courtesy of Joseph Carlin.
1882 Women Clamming
Courtesy of Joseph Carlin.
A New England Clambake
Courtesy of Joseph Carlin.
Champion Clamdigger
Courtesy of Joseph Carlin.
Clam Diggers of Plum Island
Courtesy of Joseph Carlin.
Clam Shanties, Newburyport, Massachusetts
Courtesy of Joseph Carlin.
Clams and Edible Mussels
Courtesy of Joseph Carlin.
Mya Arenaria
 
Mercenaria Mercenaria
 
Razor Clam
 
Clam Box
 
Burnham Family Shucking
Photograph owned by Victoria Burnham Allen. Courtesy of Kurt A. Wilhelm.
Clam Bake at 12M
 
Howard Johnson
 
Melville Clam Bakes Boston Harbor
 
Resort
 
Snows Clam Chowder
 
Wampum
This wampum belt is made of individual beads carved from the purple stain on the inside of a hard shell clam.
Essex Business Directory
Courtesy of the Essex Historical Society.
Salt marsh
Salt marsh with skiffs, Newbury, Massachusetts, between 1900 and 1915.
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