These are two classic streamer patterns from the 1920's. The first is easily recognized, the "Gray Ghost" created by Mrs Carrie Stevens of Upperdam Maine in 1924. It is a represenative pattern of the smelt which inhabits the deep lakes of Maine, and was a primary food source of brook trout and salmon.
This streamer continues to take its share of fish.
Another classic pattern is the "Dr. Burke" This pattern was created by Dr. Burke of New Jersey in 1927. It was first used on the Kennebago in Maine.
Dr. Burke is also known for his illustrations of the flies in Ray Bregman's book "Trout"