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Collection, 1938-1976, consists of the papers of the Maine Twin Party organization. Includes correspondence, photographs, clippings, scrapbooks, and a film reel documenting their semi-annual parties celebrating twins, and their research benefits. This party started as a small gathering for research, it expanded into a state organization that continued until the mid 1950s.
Contains records of Maine Typothetae, Portland, Maine, including correspondence, 1920-1926, of executive secretary Edward A. Harris and administrative subject files containing member and customer lists, payroll records of various member companies, communications from United Typothetae of America and statistical information. Collection also contains newsletters and other publications produced 1923-1926 by other Typothetae organizations.
Correspondence received by J. C. Mangold in response to his proposal to purchase one or two large daily newspapers to establish a neutral German newspaper that would fight pro-English propaganda and uphold neutrality during World War I. Correspondents include representatives of the National German-American Alliance and the Imperial German Consulate as well as individuals with a possible interest in the proposal. Collection also includes a few personal letters to Mangold.
The papers of an author and professor from Maine. Included are mostly manuscripts of poems, essays, and a book published by Philip Marsh.
The collection contains business records of the Martinon Lumber Company from 1916 to 1926.
Records from Mayo's involvement in various businesses in the Orono, Maine area and as an agent for several sawmills on the Stillwater River, including the Basin Mills, the Island Mills, and the Orono Manufacturing Company.
Letters written to Robert McAllister from Fred C. Low concerning the 1st Maine Heavy Artillery Regiment and its charge at Petersburg on June 18, 1864. In the letters Low expresses his gratitude to McAllister for his defense of the performance of the 1st Maine and its commander Daniel Chaplin in the disastrous battle fought that day. Drafts of letters from McAllister to Low are also included.
Two letters written by Arthur McArthur, Limington, Maine, to William Cutts. The letter of March 6, 1854 is brief and indicates that McArthur is sending Cutts money that he owes him. The second letter, written January 31, 1855, discusses Cutts's military pension and its probable increase.
Papers and business records of Earl M. McChesney, a forester and land surveyor from Bangor, Maine.
The bulk of the papers are family letters or materials concerning the Peirce timberlands. Included also are copies of Ada Peirce McCormick's magazine Letter, magazine articles and clippings, correspondence, genealogies, wills, diaries, and photographs.
The William McCrillis papers deal primarily with his activities as an owner of large amounts of timberland in northern Maine. The collection also includes materials of his sister, Harriet Griswold and of members of her family.
The official records of Clifford G. McIntire during his tour in office as U.S. Representative from the 2nd and 3rd districts of Maine, during the period 1953-1965.
The early records of a town in Maine. The two record books include minutes of meetings, warrants, records of votes in national and local elections, and records of marriage intentions.
The papers of a journalist and art critic and of a Maine artist. Included are correspondence with artists, scrapbooks of articles written for the newspaper column Brush Strokes, greeting cards with original art work, brochures of museums and art galleries, photographs, pamphlets, exhibition catalogs.
The papers of a lawyer and judge in Maine. Included is a summons to either of the constables of the town of Biddeford sent by Prentiss Mellen, Justice of the Peace, dated 1801. Included also are four letters signed by Prentiss Mellen and a personal recommendation for Thomas E. Hale dated July 29, 1807. The letters were sent to Abraham Touva, Isaac Parker, and Henry E. Prentiss. Included also is a summary of Prentiss Mellen's accomplishments and a portrait.
Manuscripts of poetry, typescripts, notebooks, newspaper clippings, correspondence and miscellaneous papers of a Maine poet and author.
The collection contains papers of Adelbert Merrill of Portland, Maine, reflecting his military career and subsequent retirement. This small collection includes notes from a course in anti-aircraft artillery, forms, correspondence, copies of special orders, etc. Much of the material concerns his efforts to obtain a pension and medical benefits after his retirement.
A collection of letters mostly to Edward N. Merrill with a few to his sons Edward F. Merrill and William F. Merrill from Maine governors, United States senators and United States congressmen. Most letters concern politics in Maine and in Congress.
This collection primarily consists of legal correspondence to and from clients and plantiffs. Additionally, there are a number of documents from the Waldoboro Post Office, 1826-1839, and two histories of Waldoboro.
This collection contains both materials reflecting the life, interests, and activities of Frances Robinson Mitchell and materials which document the Robinson family's work in the lumbering and timberlands business in northern Maine. Included are correspondence, business records, photographs, newspaper clippings, deeds, leases, reports, tax documents, and plans.
Letters and a diary of a family in Waterford, Maine. The letters are from William Munroe to his sons Josiah, Merrick, and Daniel; from Merrick to his brother Josiah; and from Achsah Carlton to her brother Daniel. The diary was written by Jane S. Monroe in 1847. Included also are photocopies of the letters and diary. Included also are photocopies of records of births, marriages, and deaths of the Delano family in Abbot and Guilford, Maine.
The collection consists of miscellaneous papers of Hiram K. Morrell, including correspondence from 1898 about a dispute with the Gardiner Water Power Co. over water damages to Morrell's property and a draft of a letter written by Morrell in 1903 to Andrew Carnegie asking for money for the public library in Gardiner. Also included are lists of names and addresses perhaps of subscribers to or advertisers in the Gardiner Home Journal.
The Muench papers are the work of a Maine artist, an internationally known lithographer. Included are correspondence, personal letters, exhibition catalogs, reviews, and articles about his work.
Letters written by Eliab Murdock to his wife Sarah Murdock while serving with Company F of the 17th Maine Infantry Regiment and the Veteran Reserve Corps during the Civil War. Also includes letters written by Sarah Murdock to her husband as well as a few written to Murdock by his daughter Pauline and his brother James; letters of recommendation and reference, 1841-1844, for Murdock; and his military discharge papers and military pension documents.
Papers include copies of Coleman's letters, 1929-1945, primarily to his mother and sister in which he writes of his life while teaching in Berlin, N.H., as an analyst in the Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce in Washington, D.C., and while serving with the United States Army in Italy during World War II. The collection also contains letters of condolence to Coleman's wife after his death in 1945 as well as family photographs.
The Norman B. Nash collection contains historical research on Eastern Maine and New Brunswick. The collection includes manuscripts, notes, correspondence, and illustrations. A number of original documents are photocopied.
The papers of a critic, columnist, and professional pianist and organist. Included are reviews written by Mr. Newall and programs collected by him in his career as a critic and patron of the arts. Included are correspondence, scrapbooks, newspaper clippings, and theater programs.