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Collection of correspondence, clippings, pamphlets, and publications in which Mrs. Doane's poems appear.
The collection covers his entire legal career, his term as Treasurer of the University of Maine, and his term as Maine Supreme Court Judge. Included are correspondence, letters, bills, and receipts. The legal papers include records of cases involving assaults, divorce, estates, collections, bankruptcies, and pensions. Also included are records of the University of Maine (1896-1936), the draft board (WWI), and the town of Orono (1833-1914).
This collection reflects the history of the School of Nursing at Eastern Maine General Hospital/Eastern Maine Medical Center from its beginning. Included are photographs, yearbooks, scrapbooks, correspondence, artifacts, etc. concerning the School of Nursing and its alumni. Rules, curricula, administrative papers, student progress reports and early corporate records are also included.
A collection relating to the Emery and Kinney families of Eastport, Maine.
Contains newspaper clippings about the European and North American Railway and letters covering attendance at the opening ceremony. Photocopies of letters from Samuel L. Clemens, Joshua L. Chamberlain and Hamilton Fish are included.
Clippings from a Lewiston Journal article by Ava H. Chadbourne on the subject of the first female (co-educational) students at the Maine State College (now known as the University of Maine) in the 1870s and a clipping of a subsequent undated article on the same subject. Also, includes facsimile copies of the article, Chadbourne's research data, and correspondence regarding the students Percia Vinal White, Hannah Ellis Leavitt, Clara E. Webb, and Annie May Gould.
One page of newspapers clippings about the founding and dedication of the First Universalist Society. Clippings are pasted into a blank volume entitled Records of the 1st Universalist Society, Kittery, Me., Sept. 12th, 1870.
Minutes recording activities at annual conventions of the society, formed in 1888 in Wilton, Maine. Newspaper clippings and convention programs accompany the volumes.
The papers contain a history of debating at the University of Maine from 1931-1979. Included are newspaper clippings, debate schedules, and correspondence.
Papers contain correspondence, columns, comic strips, manuscripts of his writings, radio scripts, recordings, newsclips, photographs, and Gibbons family memorabilia.
Manuscripts, diaries, and notes of a prominent 19th century Maine historian. Especially strong in Maine and Bangor history.
Collection contains papers collected by Allen Goodwin including historical and genealogical information about his home town of Palermo, Maine, as well as surrounding towns such as Montville and Liberty.
Letters to a mother living in Readville, Massachusetts from her son at a military training camp in Portland, Maine during July 1927. The 10 letters describe daily life in the camp. Also included are 2 newspaper articles about the training camp.
The collection reflects the business and civic activities of both Amos A. and Octavia Moulton Graffte. The collection is enriched by notes of explanation added to most items by the Grafftes' daughter, Marjorie Graffte Prout, the donor of the collection.
Materials from fraternities, sororities, and other Greek letter societies at the University of Maine at Orono. Includes membership lists, correspondence, newspaper clippings, photographs, audiotape, and slides.
This collection consists largely of research note cards concerning a variety of subjects including: schooners, the lime industry, and the granite industry.
This small collection contains papers gathered by Professor Hakola in his work in the History Department at the University of Maine. It also contains material reflecting his interest in the environment and natural resources of Maine.
Artist's papers consist of publicity, clippings, brochures, catalogs concerning her artwork and the artwork in the Barn Gallery in Ogunquit, Maine.
Business records of a sawmill located near Whiting, Maine, along with information about the history of the mill, area homesteads, and the logging industry in Washington County, Maine
The papers include personal information, correspondence, manuscripts, newspaper articles, course materials, information on public service activities, and materials relating to current legal issues in the field of journalism.
The Hamlin family papers consist primarily of the personal, political and business papers of Hannibal Hamlin, his sons Charles, Cyrus, Hannibal E., and Frank Hamlin, Charles Hamlin's son, Charles E. Hamlin and his wife, Myra Sawyer Hamlin, and their daughter, Louise Hamlin. The collection also includes papers of Hannibal Hamlin's brother, Elijah L. Hamlin and his son, Augustus C. Hamlin, as well as photographs, and materials about other family members.
The collection contains the personal papers of Harriet P. Henry, Maine's first woman judge. They reflect her many civic activities as well as her expertise in the areas of marine law and the environment.
Diary of an 18-year-old student living in East Winthrop, Maine.
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.
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.
Financial records of a tailor in Bucksport, Maine. Included are an account book from 1847 to 1871 and two daybooks from 1864 Jan. to 1867 Nov. 27 and 1869 Dec. 1 to 1879 Oct. 9 with invoices from 1886.