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Correspondence and pamphlets relating to women's suffrage movement in Maine and the U.S. Also includes copies of the newspapers "Women's Journal" and "Woman Citizen."
A collection of letters to Lenore Grunko of Bangor, Maine received while she was a girl and a teenager. The letters were written in the 1960's.
The collection consists of a letter from Frank E. Guernsey to his brother Samuel J. Guernsey, dated October 4th, 1911, and relates to family history around the "Jackson Surplus Spoon." Accompanying the letter is a sheet containing genealogical information typed by Edward E. Guernsey in 1981.
The papers of a justice of the peace and town clerk. Included are legal documents, receipts, and letters.
The collection consists of a letter from John Hancock to the Massachusetts House of Representatives, and relates to a boundary dispute between Massachusetts, now Maine, and Canada. The letter contains corrections and is signed with the initials "JH", and dated Boston, February 15, 1783. Also in the collection is a small illustrated portrait of, presumably, John Hancock. The portrait is mounted on paper, and the letter is framed with a paper border.
Photocopy of autographed letter from Marsden Hartley to Waldo Peirce; (no date or place). Letterhead: Hudson D. Walker, Paintings, Drawings, Etchings, Old and Modern; 38 East 57th Street, New York.
The collection consists of a letter written by the composer, Hamilton Harty. The letter is handwritten and dated May 25, 1932, with Donaghadee, Co. Down, at the head. It is addressed to a Mr. Stanislaus and relates to the composer's forthcoming concert tour in the United States. In addition, Harty thanks Stanislaus for his kind letter, wishes him well, and hopes to see him when he is on tour.
Two letters (1820 Sept. 28 and 1821 Sept.) by Capt. A.W. Hasey requesting the selectmen of Bangor, Maine, provide gunpowder to his troops as required by law.
Addressed to "My dear brother," the letter is both a humorous one teasing Haskell's brother about his involvement with girls in Belfast, Maine, and a description of Haskell's duties as a soldier.
A collection of letters from H. A. Poole who lived in Waterville, Maine to S. Adonirans Hayward who lived in Easton, Massachusetts.
Letter from Haywood to her sister describing Haywood's recent move from Durham, Maine to Weld, Maine; the surroundings of her new home; building a house there; and her activities in the new community.
The letters of a Unitarian clergyman, scholar, and Transcendentalist.
Materials in the collection generally include newspaper clippings, original records and copies of original records, and notes from various sources. Genealogies also include Barbara Dunn Hitchner correspondence.
The papers of a Maine author and illustrator.
Two letters written by Vileria J. Horr of Lovell, Maine, to her sister Ruth. One letter is dated Dec. 22, 1883; the other is dated Mar. 9, 1884. Each letter also contains a letter written to Ruth by Vileria Horr's daughter, Carrie M. Horr. Vileria Horr writes about family matters, especially the health of various family members, as well as about the weather, etc. Carrie Horr also writes about her health, that of other family members, and about her schooling.
A letter book containing letters written by an Indian Agent and merchant in Old Town, Maine in 1904 to 1906. Some of the letters are signed by George H. Hunt, Agent and some by Hunt & Stowe. Included also are photoreproductions of the letters in the letter book and typed transcripts of the letters.
A collection of letters to J. Herbert Hutchins from his mother, his father, and his brother H. Wesley. The letters span the years 1873 to 1888.
The collection consists of a letter written by the author, and artist, Dahlov Ipcar. The letter is typed, signed, and dated October 24, 1970. It is addressed to "Susan" and relates to the author's process in writing and illustrating children's stories.
The collection consists of a letter written by the author, Henry James. The letter is typed and dated August 16, 1911, with "Lamb House, Rye, Sussex" at the head. It is addressed to Mrs. Wirt Dexter and relates to the author's recent travels and activities, as well as the hot weather, and politics, in England.
Letters from a son working in Washington, D.C. for the War Department during the First World War to his mother living in Old Town, Maine.
Records of a Dennysville, Maine family and allied families. Includes letters, deeds, family histories, and town records of Dennysville.
Letters written to John C. Rives, Benjamin Perley Poore, Harrison Wright and Martin Jenkins Crawford by King while he was first assistant postmaster-general. All concern postal matters. Also included is King's franking privilege signature.
Two letters, May 14, 1895 and June 14, 1895, written in Brattleboro, Vermont, by Kipling to Lucius Tuttle, president of the Boston and Maine Railroad. One letter requests the establishment of a flag and freight station close to Kipling's home; the other recommends that trains sound a warning whistle when approaching a nearby bridge.
A letter to Ronald B. Davis of Waterville, Maine enclosing surface pollen spectra Knox obtained from 18 bogs, swamps and marshes in Maine, New Hampshire and Massachusetts from 1939 to 1943.
Correspondence of the Lawrence family of Sorrento, Sullivan, and Castine, Maine.
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.