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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.
The papers of a banker in Portland, Maine. Included are 6 account books listing family expenses covering the period 1827 to 1892. Included also are a record of meetings of the committee to make arrangements for the American Board of Commissioners of Foreign Mission and a few papers of Congregational Churches in Portland. Included also are family and business correspondence.
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.
A small collection of records concerning the Grand Lake Dam, in Township 6 Range 8 of Penobscot County, Maine.
Personal correspondence among members of the Gray family of Old Town, Maine. Also included are agreements between Alexander Gray and James Cooper regarding operating sawmills in Orono, Maine.
The Earl Green collection consists of papers of Dr. Earl Green and his wife and associate, Margaret C. Green. Included are personal papers from graduate school, teaching papers from Ohio State, research materials from Jackson Lab, and before, Jackson Lab business papers, and reprints of articles by Jackson Lab's staff and others on genetics.
Letters, 1863, to Mary Greenleaf from a soldier in the 130th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment named George S. Erving or Ewing. Also a letter, July 2, 1864, from Augustus Vaughan written from a camp near Petersburg. Vaughan served in the 17th Maine Infantry and describes his service in a military hospital. Also contains a school register, 1863-1864, from Lexington, Maine, listing names of pupils, their ages, attendance, etc.
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.
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.
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 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.
The collection contains the personal papers of Vincent A. Hartgen, including correspondence and subject files about exhibits, art shows, galleries, etc. It also includes photographs of Hartgen, his art shows and other exhibits, and his paintings and drawings.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.