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The Leavitt papers contain mostly materials used in the columns that he wrote for the "Bangor Daily News" concerning hunting, fishing, and other outdoor sports. Included are correspondence, articles, news releases, clippings, and photographs.
Letter, April 20, 1865, from Rockland, Maine, by an unidentified woman writing to her son.
Addressed "Dear parents" and signed "Lewis," the letter describes camp life, Lewis' duties, interactions with other troops, and his opinions about the Vicksburg campaign.
A letter written to Gordon Lear from an unidentified crew member of the ship "State of Maine," complaining of treatment of crew by officers, lack of food and ice, and sale of provisions instead of furnishing them to the crew. Lear was one of the owners of the ship.
The collection contains various letters, including some to Mrs. Ralph Blaisdell, Mrs. Nancy Blackstone, and Mr. Samuel Moody. Several letters are from Elizabeth Moody. The letters are dated from about 1823-1851 and mostly to the Livermore Falls area of Maine. The correspondence relates to family news and several mentions of cattle trading.
Papers and letters relating to research for travel guides for senior citizens. Included are the letters Gomer Lewis received in doing research for his guides, newspaper clippings, reviews of his guides, and advertising material for the guides from Hammond Inc.
Letters from a soldier during World War I to his family. Included also are a newspaper clipping about Philip Libby being wounded in France, a letter from the Regimental Commander praising the work of the First Gas Regiment, and a letter written while he was working with the Donnacona Paper Company in Canada in 1921.
A collection of letters addressed to Scott from his Aunt Nell and from his father who were both living in Gardiner, Maine.
A collection of legal and municipal documents mostly from Lincoln County, Maine in the eighteenth and early nineteeth centuries. Includes a wide range of documents.
Business and personal papers of Edwin F. Littlefield, a ship captain from Winterport, Maine. Very little biographical information is available about Littlefield, but it appears that he was a ship owner, captain and agent between 1854 and 1897, the year of his death.
Letters written by Longfellow between 1847 and 1880. The collection also contains an autograph of Longfellow; a photograph of him taken by James Wallace Black, a Boston photographer; three illustrations of Longfellow from unidentified publications; and copies of several poems.
Three letters written by Samuel Longfellow. The collection also contains a copy of "Song for the senior class of 1839" written by Samuel Longfellow while attending Harvard College.
A collection of letters primarily to Nathaniel Lord of Kennebunk, Maine, from merchants and ships' captains writing from the Caribbean and from ports on the eastern coast of the United States.
This small collection consists almost entirely of correspondence written to Rachel Lowe, 1917-1959, from various collectors and experts in the study and identification of mosses.
A collection of financial papers of a father and son living in Calais, Maine.
The personal and business papers of an engineer. The papers include primarily personal correspondence and business correspondence during his years with Clevite Corp. and Gould Inc.
Papers of a resident of Somerville, Massachusetts. Included are 20 letters to Andrew, 2 Christmas cards, a Valentine's card, and an invitation to an informal dancing party. Three of the letters are from his future wife Bunny and some are from his girl and boy friends whom he seems to have met at a camp in Ballard Vale, Massachusetts.
Records of the Maine Central Railroad Company, at one time the largest railroad in New England, and some of its subsidiary companies. The collection is arranged in two series: I. Executive and administrative records and II. Records of subsidiaries and ancillary companies.
The collection contains records of the Maine Dairymen's Association, a cooperative organization for farmers engaged in dairying and milk production.
The Federation records include histories and documents of the organization since 1892. Included are reports, financial records, documents produced by the Federation and historical materials about some of the member organizations. Topics include support for womens suffrage, establishment of kindergarten, and national health care.
The records of the Association include the Constitution and by-laws, membership materials and information about the activities of the organization from 1925 on, though most the materials date from 1949 on. Also information about the Association's affliation with the American Home Economics Association is included.
The collection includes citations, thesaurus, search manual drafts, and disks.
The collection contains minutes, treasurers' reports, handbooks, directories and correspondence of the Association. It also includes videocassettes, audiocassettes and records of various performances sponsored by the organization.
The collection contains records of the Maine Slate Company of Monson as well as personal papers of Walter L. Johnson, superintendent of the company, and his wife Harriet F. Johnson. Also included are ten undated photographs showing quarry workers, the mining operation, and the mine buildings.
The records of the Maine Times include correspondence, corporate business documents, and other records of a Maine newspaper from its founding. The collection does not include manuscripts of articles or photos.