Charles Marshall Washburn Letters
Scope and Contents
The letters were written by Charles Marshall Washburn of Augusta, Maine, to his sweetheart, Mildred Scott, of Calais, Maine, after they met in 1925. The collection includes a biography of Marshall by his wife.
- Majority of material found within ( 1925-1941)
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Charles Marshall Washburn, a state employee, newsman and executive director of the Maine Forest Products Council, was born in Perry, Maine on November 21, 1904 and died in Calais, Maine on October 20, 1987. He married Mildred Scott in 1928. He was a 1927 graduate of the University of Maine.
Mildred Scott Washburn was born in Calais, Maine on November 26, 1904 and died there December 2, 1994. She graduated with a B.S. degree in education from the University of Maine and taught in elementary and high schools in many different towns and cities in Maine, retiring in 1967.
1 linear foot (1 box)
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- Washburn, Mildred Scott, 1904-1994 -- : Correspondence
- Guide to the Charles Marshall Washburn Letters
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