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Research materials of Paul R. Hepler, an associate professor of horticulture at the University of Maine at Orono centered on his study of sugar beet growing in Maine.
Articles, scripts, theater programs and photographs relating to James A. Herne (1839-1901), actor and playwright during the rise of realism in American drama. Includes biography of Herne by Julie A. Herne.
Materials in the collection include many family letters, the diaries of two members of the family, and a few documents related to the attendance of Benjamin W. Hewes at Bowdoin College.
Business records of a firm of merchants in the early 19th century.
The business records of a jewelry company in Northeast Harbor, Maine. Included are account ledgers, bank statements, cash books, invoices, correspondence, receipts, sales and use tax returns, shipping records, and tax records.
Collection of correspondence, scripts, and other materials used by Richard Hill for his radio spot on the Maine Public Broadcasting Network. The scripts date from 1982 on.
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.
Letters from Holman to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel H. Holman of West Peru, Me. Written between September 1945 and August 1946, the letters detail Holman's military service in the Army Air Forces and his experiences from his arrival at Camp Adair, Oregon, through his time in Okinawa Island, Japan. Miscellaneous postcards to various Holman family members are also included in the collection.
A collection concerning an editor, legislator, educator, and agriculturalist of Maine.
Correspondence, publications, flyers, notes and other materials documenting the efforts to close the Maine Yankee nuclear power plant dating from the 1960s to the 2000s. Includes daily records of radioactive emissions from the plant.
Office Of The President. Presidential Committee. Honorary Degree Recipients (University Of Maine) Records
The record group contains lists of recipients, biographies, photographs, newspaper clippings, correspondence, and guidelines for awarding honorary degrees at the University of Maine.
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.
Collection includes files and correspondence created by and relating to Jasper Hutchings and his work for the Lincoln Pulp and Paper Company. Also included are stockholder lists, financial records, and dockets. Other related files and correspondence pertain to the Chemical Fibre Association, Corwine Law Offices, and related documents about Thomas Stewart and his nomination as trustee of all the property of the Lincoln Pulp and Paper Company.
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 papers of a lawyer, businessman, and Collector of the Port of Bangor, Maine. Included are letters, bills, receipts, and agreements, mostly pertaining to logging in Maine. Also included are typed transcripts of many of the bills and letters. Also included is a copy of the pamphlet A tribute to the dead: Robert Ingersoll's matchless eulogy of Roscoe Conkling. Also included is An Act to incorporate the Bangor Boom Company (approved March 22, 1843)
Correspondence, 1900-1902, from company president, Hugh Chisholm, or his secretary, E.W. Hyde, to Simon B. Gates, in Winn, Maine. Most letters concern land purchases for the company. Collection also includes copies of deeds, 1873-1901, for land in Winn and Mattawamkeag, Maine, as well as invoices, 1902, to Gates primarily for purchase of wood and other supplies.
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.
Collection contains personal papers and business records of Charles R. Ireland as well as a few papers of other members of the Ireland family. The majority of the collection contains business ledgers and invoices to Wm. B. Ireland and Son and C.R. Ireland for goods purchased for their dry goods and grocery business in Stetson. Records (1874-1887) of the Stetson Post Office are also found in the collection
The records include correspondence and circulars, Thacker's Sugar Chart and Other Tables (1893), a receipt book, and ledgers covering the years 1895-1899. Includes letters to Boardman 1898-1899, check stub book January 20, 1899-August 23, 1899, ledgers of credit or loans September 1898-April 1899, inventory book for 1895-1899.
Business records of a manufacturer of lumber and cooperage in East Limington, Maine. Included are 4 account books and approximately 40 bills and letters.
Academic Affairs. Dean, College Of Natural Sciences, Forestry, And Agriculture. Maine Agricultural & Forest Experiment Station. J. F. Witter Teaching and Research Center (University Of Maine) Records
Historical records of cattle herds maintained at the experimental farm at the University of Maine and at other university farms.
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.
The correspondence of a Bowdoin College student in the late 1870s and early 1880s. The letters are from Fred LaForest Johnson's father, his young brother Harry, his cousin Carrie who lived in Northport, Maine, his aunt Amanda from Fort Wayne, Indiana. The bulk of the correspondence is from his sister Mae. Included also are a diary from 1877, 2 photographs of Fred, a short genealogy of the Johnson family, and other miscellaneous letters and papers.