Carrie R. Dolloff Papers
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The papers of a school teacher and wife of a physician in Maine. Included is an outline of the life of Carrie E. (Rand) Dolloff from 1881 to 1909; a catalogue and circular of the Eastern State Normal School at Castine, Maine for the year ending June 4, 1901; war ration books for David E. Dolloff, Carrie R. Dolloff, and Annie T. Hurley living in Biddeford, Maine; gasoline ration books for Carrie R. Dolloff; a wallet for ration books; an application in 1942 by David E. Dolloff for fuel oil ration for heat and domestic hot water for private dwellings; 11 picture postcards of scenes in Portland and Biddeford, Maine and Portsmouth, New Hampshire; one postcard; a Bowdoin College base ball schedule for 1904; two letters to Carrie Rand dated Feb. 8, 1899 and April 8, 1900 from her friends; and two pictures of school classes that Carrie taught in 1902 and 1903 and two class pictures from Eastern State Normal School in 1899 and 1901.
- Dolloff, Carrie R., 1881- (Person)
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Carrie Rand Dolloff was born December 6, 1881. She attended high school in Old Town, Maine and Eastern State Normal School in Castine, Maine. She taught school in several towns in Maine. She was married David E. Dolloff in 1906 and moved to Biddeford in 1909.
David E. Dolloff was born in 1878 and died in 1948. He attended Eastern State Normal School in Castine, Maine. He became a physician, lived in Biddeford, Maine and was a major in the Medical Corps, U.S. Army Reserve.
- Dolloff, David E., 1878-1948
- Eastern State Normal School (Castine, Me.)
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