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Records of a blacksmith in Clinton, Maine. Collection includes two daybooks, dating from 1826-1829 and 1832-1839, that record work done for customers and the costs. Also includes a ledger dating from 1832 that records financial transactions by customer name.
The papers of Ola Elizabeth Winslow contain a record of her literary writings. They include preliminary research for and draft copies of her book A destroying angel as well as drafts of her other writings. Included are page proofs, newspaper clippings, draft manuscripts, and typescripts.
Financial records of a store in Kingfield, Maine. The collection includes invoices and bills of lading from stores in Boston and Cambridge, Massachusetts and Portland, Lewiston, Farmington, Waterville, and Bangor, Maine for merchandise ordered by A.G. Winter.
Records of a club in Winthrop, Maine organized to help women advance their careers or build businesses. Collection includes minutes of meetings, 1991-1999, and a guest book, 2002-2003.
Financial records of a local electric utility in Maine. Included are a journal (Dec. 1915-Dec. 1920), a ledger (June 1915-Aug. 1921), Cash Receipts (Dec. 1917-1919, 1919-1920), Cash Disbursements (Jan. 1916-Dec. 1920), Cash Book (July 1920-Aug. 1921), Voucher Register (June 1915-June 1920), and an operating journal (Jan.-July 1921).
Financial records of a local electric utility in Maine. Included are a cash book for the Wiscasset Electric Company (Apr. 1912-1916) and for the Wiscasset Light and Power Company a journal (1916-1920), a ledger (1916-1920), a cash book (1916-1920), and an operating journal (Jan.-Dec. 1920).
Records of an association to help mothers in the rearing of their children. The record book includes the constitution of the Wiscasset Maternal Association, minutes of meetings, lists of members, receipts for subscriptions to Mother's Magazine and Family Monitor, and a list of books belonging to the Association.
A journal kept by Dr. Witham in which he recorded "those cases that occur in my practice which seem worth noting down and especially all my labor cases." The entries are arranged by disease and note patients' names, symptoms and treatment. The volume covers Witham's practice in Atlantic and Swans Island, Webbs Mills, Casco, South Paris, North Windham and Westbrook, Maine.
Records of a local union of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union in the late 19th century in Sebec, Maine.
The collection consists of the records of the Woman's Club of Orono from the founding of the Club. Many prominent Orono families are represented in the membership.
The collection contains administrative records of the Women's National Farm and Garden Association, Maine Division as well as subject files, scrapbooks, information from the national organization and from the Associated Country Women of the World.
Includes minutes of meetings of S. J. Oakes Post No. 121, Woman's Relief Corps for 1896-1900 and 1959-1966. Also includes copies of general orders issued 1921-1943 by the Woman's Relief Corps, Dept. of Maine.
Oral interviews conducted by Pauleena MacDougall and Anu Dudley of the Maine Folklife Center during the September 2005 Common Ground Fair at Unity, Maine. The collection includes a total of nine recordings.
Academic Affairs. Dean, College Of Liberal Arts And Sciences. Women in the Curriculum Program (University Of Maine) Records
The Maine Women Veterans Oral History Project collected oral interviews with women veterans through a collaborative effort of the Maine commission on women veterans, the Maine Studies program at UMaine, and the Women Studies program at UMaine. Includes WWII, Vietnam, and Desert Storm.
A scrapbook of newspaper clippings, 1937-1940, from an unknown compiler detailing activities of women's clubs in the state of Maine especially in the Bangor area. Most of the clippings concern the Maine Federation of Women's Clubs and the Woman's Club of Orono with a few clippings about the Neeurban Club, the Bangor Woman's Club and the Norumbega Club among others.
Academic Affairs. Dean, College Of Liberal Arts And Sciences. Women’s, Gender & Sexuality Studies Program (University Of Maine) Records
The records contain information on the Maryann Hartman Award, Women's Studies Committee, Women's Studies Program, Spruce Run, and on various Women's Studies projects.
Academic Affairs. Division Of Lifelong Learning. Women's Resource Center (University Of Maine) Records
Business papers of Frederick A. Wood of the village of East Lebanon, Maine. Very little information is available about Mr. Wood, but from materials in the collection it appears that he was in the lumber business, dealing in wood, especially cedar, cut near Caribou and New Sweden, Maine.
The collection consists primarily of published articles gathered by Richard G. Woodbridge to inform his scientific work.
These are all accessions containing songs from or about the lumberwoods. However, only six belong to this specific collection, the rest (in the related materials note) are from other collections.
Various photographs of team members, programs, team scores, and rules (1970-1976).
Collection contains papers of various members of the Woodsum family, especially William Woodsum, his son William Woodsum, Jr., and William's son Nathaniel B. Woodsum of Saco and Peru, Maine. A folder of papers of the Demeritt family and documents from the Free Will Baptist Church in Peru, Maine, are also found in the collection.
An account book for a business--probably a woolen mill--that appears to have been located in Mt. Desert, Maine, dating from 1832-1833. The book records the amount of wool carded, and how the laborers were paid, which was often with in-kind payments such as soap, fish, or butter.
A volume maintained by an unidentified person in Westbrook, Maine, detailing days of work performed by various individuals and their pay. Only a few entries describe the kinds of work done, such as sawing wood, mending chains, repairing irons for wagons, etc.
This is an arbitrary collection of accessions created in June 2014 to bring together interviews that deal with World War I. There are 31 series in NAFOH that relate to WWII, but 1 belongs soley to this collection.