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Collection consists of 136, 8” x 10”, photoprints of Mainers engaged in their occupations.
The collection includes papers, school records, diaries, and a photograph of Ernest Henry Pratt.
Papers documenting the career of a lieutenant commander in the U.S. Navy. Included are naval records, certificates, original orders and application to transfer to retired reserves, correspondence, and photographs.
Record group includes clippings, proposals, and other materials relating to the attempt to establish a medical school at the University of Maine in the 1970s.
Office Of The President. Presidential Committees. Rudy Vallee Tribute Committee (University Of Maine) Records
Papers of a professor in the College of Education at the University of Maine. The papers reflect the career of a college educator in the field of counseling and school guidance from 1958 until retirement in 1991.
Papers of a newspaper columnist and gastronomic guru in the Bangor area and of an agricultural economist. Includes columns, cookbooks, recipes, notebooks, menus and correspondence. Many of the cookbooks and much of the material relates to Maine.
The Sewall Company Aerial Photographs collection, 1940 to circa 2014, consists of nearly 1 million aerial images donated by the James W. Sewall Co. in Old Town, Maine. The collection contains original aerial photography of Maine and New England, as well as a series of aerial photographs of Vietnam in 1966, captured by Sewall over the span of 65 years. In addition, nearly 100 boxes of maps and documentation are included.
A five-year diary of a young girl in Belfast, Maine who later became an actress. The diary provides insights into early twentieth century childhood life in rural Maine.
Contents of a time capsule buried in 1952 at the 50-year anniversary of the founding of the Rho Rho chapter of Sigma Chi Fraternity at the University of Maine. The capsule was dug up on Oct. 26, 2002, at the 100-year anniversary. Collection includes photographs, Sigma Chi publications, a newspaper from Apr. 17, 1952, and a small collection of coins.
Photographs of students from the University of Maine Class of 1902. A few photographs of members of the classes of 1899, 1900, 1901, 1904 and 1905 are also included. Photographs were used in the Prism, the University's yearbook, and were taken by various photographers in Bangor, Maine, including Fred C. Chalmers, J.F. Gerrity & Co., John T. Heath, George Lansil, and Ramsdell & Halloran.
A series of slides related to Maine, USA primarily as well a Prince Edward Island and New Brunswick, Canada. The contents cover landscapes, architecture, folk art, and local occupations. It seems likely that many of these, especially Box 1, were used in lectures.
Papers and publications relating to Native Americans in the Northeast.
Collection of personal journals of one of the founders and first curator of the Abbe Museum at Acadia National park. Materials are related to geology and archaeology and include some correspondence, original illustrations of Native American artifacts, books, and pamphlets used by Walter B. Smith. Archaeological journals have been transcribed and indexed.
The collection includes records the Sophomore Eagles, an honor society of the University of Maine for women that began in 1926, and the Sophomore Owls, an honor society for men that began in 1910.
Papers of a historian of Waldoboro, Maine including correspondence, research notes, and clippings relating to Stahl's history of Waldoboro and to Germans in Maine.
The collection contains photographs taken by Edwin R. Starbird, a professional photographer in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, specializing in views of the Maine woods. Collection also contains one folder of Starbird family papers.
Includes one photograph from Starbird's Rangeley Lake Views series, one from his Views of Tim Pond and the Seven Ponds series, seven from the Woods of Maine series, and four from the area around Katahdin Iron Works.
A collection of photographs, postcards, and clippings about steamboats sailing in Penobscot Bay, Maine.