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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.
Papers of the wife of an American diplomat. Most of the letters do not indicate the year written.
Scrapbook containing memorabilia of a college student during the early 20th century. The scrapbook contains photographs, programs, and other items collected during Lawrence E. Philbrook's years as a student on the Orono campus of the University of Maine, from 1912 to 1916. Also includes Beta Theta Pi materials.
Compiled by an unidentified person, the photographs show students and instructors from the Eastern State Normal School and the Aroostook State Normal School. Album also includes some photographs showing groups of friends at Lafayette National Park (now Acadia National Park) and at Great Pond Mountain and other places in Maine.
Photograph album, 1933-1948, with photographs featuring coastal scenes in Hancock and Washington Counties, Maine from the 1930s and 1940s, including scenes from Acadia National Park. Also contains photographs of Ellsworth after the Great Fire of 1933.
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.
Account book of a resident of Parsonsfield, Maine. Portraits of Benjamin and Nancy Piper pasted inside front cover.
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.
Material related to the Quoddy Regional Project, a National Youth Administration program in the 1930s and 1940s designed to provide training and resources to unemployed youth.
Family letters, newspaper clippings and documents relating to the geneology of the Cobb, Snow and Hopkins families.
Manuscripts of Rubenstein's unpublished books (Thousand Years of Russian History, The Potemkin) and book proposals (The Two Russian Revolutions 1905 and 1907, and Russia: What It Was and What It Is). Also included are copied papers that pertain to these manuscripts, notes, and source materials. Some of this material is translated, some is in German, French, and Russian. Some materials on Trotsky are included.
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.
Research materials and papers of Merle B. Shaw, a paper technologist whose career was spent at the National Bureau of Standards in Washington, D.C.
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.