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The records include receipt books (1888-1894 incomplete, 1945-1949), ledgers (1912-1950), capital stock book (1902-1951), company meeting records (1902-1951), and photographs.
Primarily records of the treasurer's office of the Waterville, Maine, railroad company.
Personal papers and business records of Walter L. Arnold, a businessman, guide, fur trader, trapper and author from Greenville, Maine.
Contains correspondence, documents, research project reports, articles and radio scripts relating to conservation, forestry, wood utilization and Baldwin's career as research forester for the New Hampshire Forestry and Recreation Commission and president of the Northern Wood Utilization Council.
Contents: records of meetings of the Board of Directors; publications of the Associations.
Invoices, orders, receipts, etc. received by the company or its owner for goods supplied or stoneware ordered. The collection also contains a few invoices, 1872-1877, to C.H. and R.W. Sawyer from various businesses in Bangor. Goods supplied include nails, powder, padlocks, meal, lard, etc.
The records for a company of volunteers commanded by Bailey Bodwell during the War of 1812. The records begin in Norway, Maine in January 1813 and end in July 1813. Records include requisitions for provisions, morning reports, and regimental orders. Portions of the record include business records of Bailey Bodwell written 1816 to 1822.
The records of a publishing company in Freeport, Maine. Included are financial records, correspondence with authors, business correspondence, proofs, advertising materials and some illustrations, half tones, and manuscripts.
The collection contains records of Booth Brothers and Hurricane Isle Granite Company of Hurricane Island, Maine.
The Collection consists of the business records of an unidentified blacksmith from the mid-1800's. The sheets list services performed and their cost. The blacksmith appears to have lived and/or worked in the town of Standish, Maine.
Documents of a general store in Winterport, Maine. Among the letters are some personal ones including one about petitioning in a murder / assault case.
A collection of the business records of a retail book store owned and operated by Charles E. Campbell in Portland, Maine. Includes ledgers, account books, inventories, and auditors' reports.
Consists of business and personal papers of several generations of the family as well as materials concerning the town of New Gloucester, Maine.
Family records, papers relating to art activities, and scrapbooks of Roger Deering's art career. Also includes records of the Deering Ice Company.
Records of the Timber Unit of the Diamond Match Company's Berst-Forster-Dixfield Division.
A receipt book (4 pages) showing business conducted with J.P. Hooper, a merchant tailor in Bucksport, Maine.
An account of an 18th century mill in the area of Baileysville, Maine for work, goods, and services performed by James Dyer.
Papers related to Roscoe C. Emery's roles as a politician, newspaper editor, real estate agent and insurance agent in Eastport, Maine.
The collection contains records of William Engel's timberlands business and of the firm of Lowell & Engel.
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.
The director's records from 1858 to 1885 and the stockholders records from 1864 to 1885. The records are contained in three volumes and describe the activities of the Bank's Board of Directors and the proceedings of the annual stockholders meetings.
The Hamlin family papers consist primarily of the personal, political and business papers of Hannibal Hamlin, his sons Charles, Cyrus, Hannibal E., and Frank Hamlin, Charles Hamlin's son, Charles E. Hamlin and his wife, Myra Sawyer Hamlin, and their daughter, Louise Hamlin. The collection also includes papers of Hannibal Hamlin's brother, Elijah L. Hamlin and his son, Augustus C. Hamlin, as well as photographs, and materials about other family members.
The business and financial records of the Hazzard Shoe Company of Augusta and Gardiner, Maine. Also includes records of the Emerson Shoe Company.
Business records of a firm of merchants in the early 19th century.
Records of the Katahdin Iron Works, an iron producing company located near Brownville Junction, Maine. It also includes records of Piscataquis Iron Works, a successor to Katahdin, and records generated by Prentiss and Carlisle Company of Bangor while managing the timberland on the Iron Works property.
A ledger recording lumber shipments. Entries record lumber sold by Eastern Mfg. Co., Wm. Engel & Co., and Sterns Lumber Co. There are no entries for Sargent Lbr Co. Entries include date, raft, kind of lumber, by whom sold, purchaser, vessel, and remarks.