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Letters written by Rogers from the headquarters of the 36th Massachusetts Volunteers near Petersburg, Virginia, to his aunt Louise Farrington and his cousin Zenas R. Farrington of Holden, Maine. Rogers describes the work of his regiment in building a fort and traverse way in front of his division, the mood and attitude of the soldiers, and the activities of the Christian Commission and the Sanitary Commission on their behalf.
Letters written by Rolla Floyd while he was a tourist agent in Jaffa, Palestine. Letters are dated 1870-1912.
The correspondence of a family in South Waterford and in South Paris, Maine. Included also are typescripts of some of the letters.
The records of the estate of George G. Goss. Included is a notebook recording the disbursement of the estate and receipts for money received by the heirs. Included also is a letter dated Aug. 3, 1883, from Lizzie C. Goss, of West Levant, Maine, informing Mr. Rowe that she has reached the age of 21 and would like her inheritance.
Manuscripts of Rubenstein's unpublished books (Thousand Years of Russian History, The Potemkin) and book proposals (The Two Russian Revolutions 1905 and 1907, and Russia: What It Was and What It Is). Also included are copied papers that pertain to these manuscripts, notes, and source materials. Some of this material is translated, some is in German, French, and Russian. Some materials on Trotsky are included.
The papers of the law partnership of Ruggles and Gould of Thomaston, Maine. Includes correspondence, depositions, briefs, and other legal documents that pertain to their practice and clients, mostly in the then Lincoln County, now Knox County, Maine during the 1830's-1860's predominently.
Letters written mostly during 1865 and 1866 to Sanborn discussing tax and licensing matters as well as the filling of political offices.
Letter written by Weld Sargent informing Mrs. Fogler of the death of her husband George P. Fogler on July 2, 1863 in the Battle of Gettysburg. Accompanied by letter written Sept. 26, 1964, from the donor giving biographical information about Sargent and Fogler.
Papers of a manager of a paper company and a superintendent of a telegraph company in Bangor, Maine.
These papers mainly relate to Sayer's work with stress and trauma on the heart. The papers primarily concern heart disease and workman's compensation, and includes correspondence, reports, and memorandums.
The papers of Edmund Schildknecht, who was an artist and art teacher in Maine and Indiana, include clippings and articles about his art and shows of his art, also the locations and illustrations of his art works, and a manuscript autobiography. The collection also includes material pertaining to Ruth S. Schildknecht, Edmund's wife.
The papers consist primarily of John Phillip Schott's military papers and correspondence concerning his military pension. Also included are a diary and photograph album.
Papers of a newspaper columnist and gastronomic guru in the Bangor area and of an agricultural economist. Includes columns, cookbooks, recipes, notebooks, menus and correspondence. Many of the cookbooks and much of the material relates to Maine.
Records of a tannery originally owned by F. Shaw and Brothers located in Grand Lake Stream, Maine.
The collection contains Shields' diaries from 1955-1972, a small amount of personal correspondence and personal financial information. It also includes many poems and songs written by Ellen Shields.
A small collection of financial papers of the Shapleigh family of Eliot, Maine.
Papers of William D. Shipman, a professor of economics at Bowdoin College, reflecting his participation in studies and on committees about several proposed electric power projects in Maine in the 1970s. Projects included the Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project and the possibility of power output from the tides in Passamaquoddy Bay.
A collection of items found in an old house in Augusta, Maine. Some of the items are related to the Smith family and some to the Clark family, both of Augusta, Maine.
Papers and publications relating to Native Americans in the Northeast.
Records of Thomas W. Smith, principal partner in various firms selling dry-goods, groceries, and hardware between Augusta, Maine and Boston. Arranged in two series: Business Records and Augusta Bank Records.
Collection of personal journals of one of the founders and first curator of the Abbe Museum at Acadia National park. Materials are related to geology and archaeology and include some correspondence, original illustrations of Native American artifacts, books, and pamphlets used by Walter B. Smith. Archaeological journals have been transcribed and indexed.
The Sprinchorn papers are the work of an artist and art historian. He was in contact with many of the important artists of the early 20th century such as Marsden Hartley and Rex Slinkard. The papers include correspondence, art exhibition materials, unpublished manuscripts, and notes of Sprinchorn during his working life.
Papers of a historian of Waldoboro, Maine including correspondence, research notes, and clippings relating to Stahl's history of Waldoboro and to Germans in Maine.
Personal correspondence, bills and receipts from various members of the Staples family of West Baldwin and Naples, Maine. All of the letters touch on family matters.