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Includes family photographs, letters, documents, and autographs of some noted personalities. Also includes genealogy of Delano and Hartwell families.
Academic Affairs. Dean, College Of Liberal Arts And Sciences. Department Of Anthropology (University Of Maine) Records
Academic Affairs. Dean, College of Natural Science, Forestry and Agriculture. Biological Sciences. Department of Zoology (University Of Maine) Records
Records of the Timber Unit of the Diamond Match Company's Berst-Forster-Dixfield Division.
Collection of correspondence, clippings, pamphlets, and publications in which Mrs. Doane's poems appear.
The papers of a professor of history at the University of Maine, Orono. The papers contain materials concerning his research, writing, and teaching.
The papers of an educator, poet, and major figure in the Franco-American revival of the 1970s.
Records, letters, and photos of an Ellsworth, Maine family, and of the Wheelock, Craig, and Briggs families of Augusta. Also included are sermons by Dutton family members.
Records of a company and its successor which owned a share of the power rights of the Penobscot River in Maine.
Papers of Llewellyn Nathaniel Edwards, a graduate of the University of Maine and an expert on bridges and on concrete.
The collection contains records from Albert Eells's grocery business in Camden, Maine and his shipyard in Rockport, Maine.
Papers of an outdoorsman, journalist, writer, and photographer who spent much of his life in Maine. The collection contains correspondence, drafts of articles, and copies of published articles that document Robert Elliot's long career as a writer and photographer.
A collection relating to the Emery and Kinney families of Eastport, Maine.
Papers related to Roscoe C. Emery's roles as a politician, newspaper editor, real estate agent and insurance agent in Eastport, Maine.
The papers of a minister in the Congregational Church. The bulk of the papers are copies of sermons. The rest of the materials are related to his ministry in Bangor, Maine and Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Also included are photographs, a scrapbook, letters, and newspaper clippings.
Raymond Henry Fogler was a businessman and alumnus of the University of Maine. The University's library was named in his honor in 1962, becoming the largest library in Maine and serving as a foundation for intellectual pursuits at the university. Included in the collection are letters, correspondence, photographs, and memorabilia, spanning from his early life in South Hope, Maine, through his education, business career, and naval career, as well as personal photographs and mementos.
Letters, diaries, notes, articles, photos, clippings, and theater memorabilia collected by Miss Forbes-Robertson for her book My Aunt Maxine.
Papers of an Army officer and professor of Military Science and Tactics at the University of Maine, Orono. Includes reports, maps, photos and other papers relating to World War I and World War II and the period in between.
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.
Papers contain correspondence, columns, comic strips, manuscripts of his writings, radio scripts, recordings, newsclips, photographs, and Gibbons family memorabilia.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
- Raymond H. Fogler Library Special Collections 91
- Raymond H. Fogler Library University Archives 25
- Photographs 109
- Correspondence 98
- Clippings 61
- Letters (Correspondence) 39
- Reports 25
- Pamphlets 24
- Financial records 23
- Articles 22
- Manuscripts 21
- Scrapbooks 21
- Notes 17
- Minutes 16
- Diaries 15
- Artifacts 12
- Newsletters 12
- Business records 10
- Receipts (Financial records) 10
- Legal documents 9
- Maps 9
- Genealogies (Histories) 8 ∧ less
- French 1
- University of Maine 17
- Hamlin, George H. 3
- Hauck, Arthur A. (Arthur Andrew), 1893-1992 3
- Vallée, Rudy, 1901-1986 3
- Brewster, Owen, 1888-1961 2
- Day, Helen M., 1901-1987 2
- Eckstorm, Fannie Hardy, 1865-1946 2
- Emery family 2
- Emery, Roscoe C., 1886-1969 2
- Josselyn Botanical Society of Maine 2
- Norton, Arthur Herbert, 1870-1943 2
- Smith, David C. (David Clayton), 1929-2009 2
- Smith, Margaret Chase, 1897-1995 2
- University of Maine. College of Education 2
- A. L. R. Gardner Company (Dennysville, Me.) 1
- AFL-CIO 1
- Abbott Academy 1
- Adney, Tappan, 1868-1950 1
- Alert (Ship) 1
- Aley, Robert J. (Robert Judson), 1863-1935 1 ∧ less