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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 Also contains unpublished manuscripts of Martha Remick.
Family letters, newspaper clippings and documents relating to the geneology of the Cobb, Snow and Hopkins families.
The letters of an engraver in Portland, Maine to his friend in South Paris, Maine. The letters contain comments about daily life in Maine and Massachusetts during the middle 1800's. Also included is a typescript of portions of some of the letters.
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.
Office Of The President. Presidential Committees. Rudy Vallee Tribute Committee (University Of Maine) Records
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.
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 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.
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.
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.
Letters of a U.S. Congressman from Maine.
Facsimiles of a scanned letter from UMaine student Harry Fogg to his mother Jessie M. Fogg in 1911 and a check to Theta Epsilon. The letter describes Fogg's initiation into Theta Epsilon.
The papers consist of letters, diaries, photographs, and memo books of the Sweetser family from Cumberland Center, Maine.
The papers of a Methodist clergyman, teacher, and diplomat. Included are letters received by Dr. Tefft relating to education, Republican Party matters, and religious and diplomatic subjects relating chiefly to Sweden. Correspondents include Joshua Chamberlain, Hannibal Hamlin, Oliver Wendell Holmes, Lot Morrill, Enoch Pond, Israel Washburn, Jr., and F. W. Seward.
An account book for the years 1828 to 1844. The account book lists credits and debits. The handwritten letter is from James Thomas, to Wm. T. Barry, Postmaster General, Washington, Jan. 5, 1830.