Showing Collections: 121 - 150 of 192
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.
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.
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.
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 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 both academic and family papers of Lucius H. Merrill and of his son, Edward O. Merrill, and Alan Merrill. These include lecture notes, research notes, letters, correspondence, diaries, and journals.
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 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.
Collection of notes, correspondence, and other materials used in compiling the genealogy authored by Nettie Gove Nicholson. The genealogy includes many Maine and New England families.
Two letters written by Noyes in 1864 to "Friend Emery." The first, dated June 8, 1864, from surgeon's headquarters, Bermuda Hundred, Virginia, describes Noyes's work on a typical day as a hospital steward. The second, written on Oct. 19, 1864, from before Richmond, Va. , outlines Noyes's support for Abraham Lincoln and tells of his living situation.
The papers consist of correspondence of Nye and his family, including some while he was superintendent of Laurel Mills, Prince Georges Co., Md., military papers relating to his pension, and other papers.
The collection contains correspondence, legal documents, and other personal papers of several individuals who lived in Exeter, Maine in the 19th and 20th centuries.
The folders mainly contain textual material, particularly; correspondence, memorandums, press releases, and reports. But there are some books, photographs and artifacts such as plaques, banners, and a medal and media such as cassette, video, and radio tapes, film and Compact Discs.
Academic Affairs. Office Of Vice President Of Academic Affairs & Provost (University Of Maine) Records
A collection relating to Old Town and Milford, Maine.
A group of 19th century letters collected by Katerine C. Owen for publication in Dear Sue (1976) and Dear Capt. Fess (1977). Also included are other generalized and family documents, and the service records of Mrs. Owen's husband, Albert S. Owen, M.D.
The documents of the law partners of Llewelyn D. P. Palmer and Judge Charles F.H. Green.
The collection contains personal papers of various members of the Paul family of Eliot, Maine, as well as a few documents from the Bartlett, Hammond, Leighton and Shapleigh families of Eliot. A folder of papers of Horace Remick is also included.
Papers of the wife of an American diplomat. Most of the letters do not indicate the year written.
The collection contains notes and information on the Perkins family gathered and compiled from around 1911 to 1913 by Enoch Perkins of Malden, Massachusetts. Also included are letters to various generations of the family written between 1772 and 1885 as well as legal documents, wills, deeds, receipts and other family papers dating from 1700 to 1901.
Two handwritten letters and a portrait of a Maine lawyer and Supreme Judicial Court judge. One letter has a letterhead of the House of Representatives, Washington and date 186-. It is addressed to Bro. Prentiss and asks him to inform Peters if he made any inaccuracies in a speech he sent him. The second letter is addressed to E. A. Dana, Jr. and dated Bangor 23 Nov. 1861. In it he discusses some court issues. The portrait is one that has been removed from a printed publication.
Two holograph signed letters from Pickard in Portland, Maine, to Miss Abby Speckman discussing Pickard's quest for Whittier biographical information and copies of letters.
A collection of materials concerning education and the town of Prospect, Maine.
A letter from G.H. Putnam of the publishing firm G.P. Putnam's Sons discussing terms on which the firm would be willing to publish Joshua Chamberlain's book, The Passing of the Armies.
Vice President For Academic Affairs & Provost. Raymond H. Fogler Library (University Of Maine) Records
Remick family papers include items that date to the late 17th century. Most of the papers concern Oliver P. Remick and his service in the U.S. Revenue Cutter Service, forerunner of the U.S. Coast Guard, from 1876-1895. Included are some earlier and later family materials, and historical Revenue Cutter Service materials. Also contains unpublished manuscripts of Martha Remick.
- Raymond H. Fogler Library Special Collections 183
- Raymond H. Fogler Library University Archives 9
- Clippings 45
- Correspondence 42
- Photographs 38
- Diaries 28
- Receipts (Financial records) 17
- United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Personal narratives 17
- Pamphlets 15
- Typescipts 15
- Deeds 14
- Genealogies (Histories) 14
- Manuscripts 14
- Articles 12
- Financial records 11
- Family histories 10
- Photocopies 10
- Scrapbooks 10
- Account books 9
- Notes 9
- Notebooks 8 + ∧ less
- French 1
- University of Maine 7
- Blaine, James Gillespie, 1830-1893 6
- Chamberlain, Joshua Lawrence, 1828-1914 6
- Fessenden, William Pitt, 1806-1869 3
- Hamlin, Hannibal, 1809-1891 3
- Morrill, Lot M. (Lot Myrick), 1812-1883 3
- Alden, James, 1810-1877 2
- Ayer, George W. 2
- Berry, Hiram Gregory, 1824-1863 2
- Boardman, Samuel Lane, 1836-1914 2
- Crosby, William C., 1806-1880 2
- Day, Helen M., 1901-1987 2
- Frye, William P. (William Pierce), 1831-1911 2
- Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth, 1807-1882 2
- Maine. Militia 2
- Parkhurst, F. 2
- True, Jabez, 1797-1869 2
- United States 2
- United States. Navy 2
- University of Maine System. Board of Trustees 2 + ∧ less