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Album containing photographs by an unidentified photographer of logging operations in various places in Maine. Images show logging roads and camps, Lombard log haulers, skidways, a tramway at Chamberlain Lake, Shin Pond, and Telos and Webster Dams. Also depicted are railroad stations, Mt. Katahdin, St. Croix Stream and views of the Eastern Manufacturing Company in South Brewer, Maine.
The papers of the Lovejoy and McLeod families of Old Town and Stillwater, Maine.
Aerial photographs of Maine taken between 1940 and 1957 for the U.S. Geological Survey. Most were done by Aero Service Corp. of Philadelphia with a few taken by James W. Sewall Co. of Old Town, Maine.
The collection contains records of the Maine Dairymen's Association, a cooperative organization for farmers engaged in dairying and milk production.
Academic Affairs. Dean, College Of Liberal Arts And Sciences. Maine Folklife Center (University Of Maine) Records
The collection consists of a three-ring binder that includes a typed report, with illustrations, dated January 2014, and historic photographs of the Veazie Dam area of the Penobscot River, Maine.
The collection is a compilation of copies of original photographs from throughout the state of Maine. It consists of over 2000 black and white copy prints and negatives detailing Maine's history since the 1850's. A description of each print is included on cards in a 2-drawer catalog and a cross-referenced topic index to the collection is included in the catalog.
Collection contains 674 postcards mostly from the early part of the 20th century, 2 books of postcards, and 4 photographs. Some of the postcards have messages and have been sent in the mail. The views include buildings, towns, historic sites, scenic views, etc. of Maine.
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.
Papers and business records of Earl M. McChesney, a forester and land surveyor from Bangor, Maine.
The papers of a journalist and art critic and of a Maine artist. Included are correspondence with artists, scrapbooks of articles written for the newspaper column Brush Strokes, greeting cards with original art work, brochures of museums and art galleries, photographs, pamphlets, exhibition catalogs.
The collection contains the papers of Charley Miller of Bangor, Maine, an outdoorsman, Maine guide, fight conditioner, and outdoor cook. Included are photographs, celebrity endorsements, 16 mm films, and news articles documenting his work as a Maine guide, outdoorsman and outdoor cook.
This collection contains both materials reflecting the life, interests, and activities of Frances Robinson Mitchell and materials which document the Robinson family's work in the lumbering and timberlands business in northern Maine. Included are correspondence, business records, photographs, newspaper clippings, deeds, leases, reports, tax documents, and plans.
The Harold F. Moon collection is composed of materials that document his career in the theater in the Bangor area. Includes scrapbooks of clippings, programs, and a manuscript.
The Muench papers are the work of a Maine artist, an internationally known lithographer. Included are correspondence, personal letters, exhibition catalogs, reviews, and articles about his work.
The correspondence, notes, articles, scientific papers, and other papers of Arthur Norton concerning birds, mammals, botany, and the natural history of Maine. Includes the card file catalogue used in "Maine Birds."
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.
Academic Affairs. Office Of Vice President Of Academic Affairs & Provost (University Of Maine) Records
Collection of 35mm slides discovered in the attic of Lieselotte O'Meara documenting her life, her international travels, and her love of the natural and scenic landscapes of her chosen home, Maine. Images range from 1938 through 1977.
A collection of photographs of Passamaquoddy Indians of Maine. The photographs date from 1885 to 1970 and are mostly of unidentified men, women and children. Among those identified are Susan Dana, Peter F. Neptune, Francis Joseph Neptune, Wallace Lewey, Mrs. Wallace Lewey, Peter Mitchell, Mary Mitchell, John Socotomah, Joseph Tomah, Sabat Tomah, Bennett N. Francis, Noel Joseph, Alexander Sapin and Mary Elmanico.
A handwritten daily journal of a fire spotter in Maine. It includes personal memoirs and official records during the summers Paul Ware was a watchman for fires. Included also are a map, a newspaper clipping about the phasing out of fire rangers, and photographs.
The collection consists of two photographs of Main Street in Bangor, Maine, taken from the same vantage point about 100 years apart. The approximate time periods of the photos are 1902 and 2002 respectively. The artist is Cindy McIntyre.
The collection consists of five black & white photographs, primarily from Maine. One photograph is a view of the Penobscot River from 1928; one photograph is a Christmas postcard, of a house, from Herbert R. Jellison; one photograph is a cropped view of the Maine Central Railroad Station, Thomaston, Maine; one photograph is of a catch of trout caught at Winstanley Lake, Alaska, 1937; one photograph is the grave marker for Rose Bolduc, written in French, who died by accident in 1931.