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Records, letters, and photos of an Ellsworth, Maine family, and of the Wheelock, Craig, and Briggs families of Augusta. Also included are sermons by Dutton family members.
Letter discussing the need for haulers of logs to settle amount of money due to them for log drives.
Records of a company and its successor which owned a share of the power rights of the Penobscot River in Maine.
This collection reflects the history of the School of Nursing at Eastern Maine General Hospital/Eastern Maine Medical Center from its beginning. Included are photographs, yearbooks, scrapbooks, correspondence, artifacts, etc. concerning the School of Nursing and its alumni. Rules, curricula, administrative papers, student progress reports and early corporate records are also included.
The papers include shop drawings, blueprints, correspondence, and minutes of professional organizations.
Papers of Llewellyn Nathaniel Edwards, a graduate of the University of Maine and an expert on bridges and on concrete.
The collection contains records from Albert Eells's grocery business in Camden, Maine and his shipyard in Rockport, Maine.
Papers of an outdoorsman, journalist, writer, and photographer who spent much of his life in Maine. The collection contains correspondence, drafts of articles, and copies of published articles that document Robert Elliot's long career as a writer and photographer.
The records include correspondence, receipts, ledgers, check stubs, and shipping records.
A collection relating to the Emery and Kinney families of Eastport, Maine.
Papers related to Roscoe C. Emery's roles as a politician, newspaper editor, real estate agent and insurance agent in Eastport, Maine.
The records consist primarily of correspondence and legal documents of the European and North American Railway Company from 1878 to -1882.
Contains newspaper clippings about the European and North American Railway and letters covering attendance at the opening ceremony. Photocopies of letters from Samuel L. Clemens, Joshua L. Chamberlain and Hamilton Fish are included.
The papers of a minister in the Congregational Church. The bulk of the papers are copies of sermons. The rest of the materials are related to his ministry in Bangor, Maine and Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Also included are photographs, a scrapbook, letters, newspaper clippings, a copy of his thesis, and historical topics such as the Civil War and Pilgrims.
The collection contains the papers of Oscar F. Fellows from his work as counsel to the International Commission Pertaining to the St. John River. The collection also contains some material belonging to Raymond Fellows, Oscar Fellows's son.
Family letters primarily to and from Josie H.L. Fowle Fels of Yarmouth, Maine. The letters mostly concern the care of her sister, Fannie D.J. Fowle Jewett, as well as information about Jewett's estate after her death in 1949. The collection also contains two letters to Jewett dated 1927 and 1929 as well as an obituary of Arthur B. Fels, husband of Josie Fels.
Fessenden, in a letter to Edward H. Thomas, an attorney in Portland, Maine, discusses his vote to acquit Andrew Johnson at his impeachment trial.
The collection includes correspondence of Ephraim Flint from 1839 to 1867, with most of the letters dating from 1847 to 1853. The letters mostly concern political appointments sought by Flint and others along with some letters involving his law practice. The collection also contains deeds, legal papers, notes and receipts dating from 1850 to 1867.
Raymond Henry Fogler was a businessman and alumnus of the University of Maine. The University's library was named in his honor in 1962, becoming the largest library in Maine and serving as a foundation for intellectual pursuits at the university. Included in the collection are letters, correspondence, photographs, and memorabilia, spanning from his early life in South Hope, Maine, through his education, business career, and naval career, as well as personal photographs and mementos.
Letters, diaries, notes, articles, photos, clippings, and theater memorabilia collected by Miss Forbes-Robertson for her book My Aunt Maxine.
Business records of a drugstore, including canceled checks, receipts, and invoices giving a look at the day to day operations of this type of business.
The Fred C. Lynam company records include correspondence, insurance policies, and receipts concerning the insurance portion of the business. No real estate materials are included.
Diaries and letters of Sumner Drinkwater, a Maine sea captain and his wife, Alice Gray Drinkwater, 1870-1908. Consisting of some of the materials used by Julianna FreeHand in the writing of A Seafaring Legacy.
The Freeman collection consists of personal papers mostly from the end of his life. Includes letters from his daughter, receipts and bills from his home, and papers dealing with his Civil War pension, and the reunions of the 14th Maine volunteers.
Letters written by Freese to Melissa A. Grant from May 10, 1862 through May 19, 1863, describing his daily life as a soldier during the Civil War.
Papers of an Army officer and professor of Military Science and Tactics at the University of Maine, Orono. Includes reports, maps, photos and other papers relating to World War I and World War II and the period in between.