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The records include a history of the organization, membership information, correspondence, financial records, and information about special projects and events.
The records of a fishing club. Included are minutes of meetings, financial records, savings deposit books, photographs, photographic negatives, slides, inventories, correspondence, receipts, original drawings, and a map of the Appalachian Trail from Katahdin to Mt. Bigelow published in 1934.
The records of a publishing company in Freeport, Maine. Included are financial records, correspondence with authors, business correspondence, proofs, advertising materials and some illustrations, half tones, and manuscripts.
Papers and business records of Alfred W. Bussell of Argyle, Maine and John B. Bussell of Old Town, Maine.
Collection includes minutes, programs, photographs, publications, notes, and correspondence of various clubs and organizations at the University of Maine at Orono. Also includes some newsletters produced by these clubs and organizations.
The collection contains personal correspondence from the 1920s through the 1960s reflecting Day's literary interests, efforts to publish his work and his activities in various social organizations. Client files from his career in insurance are also found in the collection.
The papers of an educator, poet, and major figure in the Franco-American revival of the 1970s.
Records of a company and its successor which owned a share of the power rights of the Penobscot River in Maine.
The collection contains records from Albert Eells's grocery business in Camden, Maine and his shipyard in Rockport, Maine.
Papers related to Roscoe C. Emery's roles as a politician, newspaper editor, real estate agent and insurance agent in Eastport, Maine.
The Edith Gardner and Family Papers is a collection of diaries, correspondence, photographs, and financial records that follow the Gardner family of Dennsyville, Maine from 1852-1981. Within the collection are business records for the A.L.R. Gardner Co. and the sheet music from the Dennysville Brass Band.
The collection contains personal papers of Bill Geagan, an author, columnist, illustrator and naturalist from Bangor, Maine.
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.
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.
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 records of the Josselyn Botanical Society of Maine include meeting minutes, newsletters, correspondence, scrapbooks, and clippings recording the society's activities. It also includes journals, lantern slides, and microscope slides documenting the information gathered by the society.
Records of the Katahdin Iron Works, an iron producing company located near Brownville Junction, Maine. It also includes records of Piscataquis Iron Works, a successor to Katahdin, and records generated by Prentiss and Carlisle Company of Bangor while managing the timberland on the Iron Works property.
The collection contains records of Kippewa for Girls, a summer camp located on Lake Cobbosseecontee in Winthrop, Maine.
Business and personal papers of Edwin F. Littlefield, a ship captain from Winterport, Maine. Very little biographical information is available about Littlefield, but it appears that he was a ship owner, captain and agent between 1854 and 1897, the year of his death.
The collection contains records of the Maine Dairymen's Association, a cooperative organization for farmers engaged in dairying and milk production.
The collection contains records of the Maine Slate Company of Monson as well as personal papers of Walter L. Johnson, superintendent of the company, and his wife Harriet F. Johnson. Also included are ten undated photographs showing quarry workers, the mining operation, and the mine buildings.
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.
Records of the William Tell Club, a private hunting and social club on Spencer Pond near Maine's Moosehead Lake. It also contains a small group of papers of George T. and Mabel Bain, parents of the collection's donor.
The collection consists of the records of the Woman's Club of Orono from the founding of the Club. Many prominent Orono families are represented in the membership.
- Raymond H. Fogler Library Special Collections 25
- Raymond H. Fogler Library University Archives 4
- Photographs 27
- Financial records 23
- Minutes 12
- Clippings 11
- Receipts (Financial records) 10
- Scrapbooks 9
- Reports 8
- Newsletters 7
- Articles 6
- Diaries 6
- Legal documents 6
- Notes 6
- Business records 5
- Annual reports 4
- Bills of sale 4
- Invoices 4
- Ledgers (Account books) 4
- Letters (Correspondence) 4
- Maps 4 ∧ less
- French 1
- Hamlin, George H. 2
- University of Maine 2
- A. L. R. Gardner Company (Dennysville, Me.) 1
- Abbott Academy 1
- Alert (Ship) 1
- Allen, F. H. 1
- Amadamast Fishing Club (Orono, Me.) 1
- American Forestry Association 1
- Avery, Myron H. (Myron Haliburton), 1899-1952 1
- Bain, George T., 1887-1974 1
- Bank of Middle Georgia (Macon, Ga.) 1
- Belle del Mar (Brig) 1
- Bond Wheelwright Publishing Company 1
- Bowden, Ellery 1
- Brewster, Owen, 1888-1961 1
- Bussell family 1
- Bussell, Alfred W. 1
- Bussell, John B. 1
- Bussell, Julia A. 1
- Callender (Ship) 1 ∧ less