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Photographs taken by Charles B. Crofutt of various buildings on the campus of the University of Maine, Orono, Maine. Twenty of the photographs were taken between 1927 and 1936, and twelve are undated.
Appraisal of the Charter Oak Lumber Company for insurance purposes. The appraisal includes land, railroad siding, building construction and fixtures, machinery and equipment, and automobiles, but does not include supplies, stock inventory, other current or deferred assets, or intangible assets. Includes a plat plan showing the general arrangement of the buildings of the lumber company.
Twelve letters by a schoolboy in Maine to his friend in New Hampshire. The letters are dated from 1860 to 1864 with two letters undated. There is some description of the effect of the war on Portland, Maine.
Account book from Calais, Maine, possibly of Daniel Kimball Chase. Book has entries for business transactions and for items purchased, 1849-1862. A second volume continues the entries through 1864; the second volume also has unidentified entries for financial notes held and other financial information, 1878-1909.
The letters of Mary Ellen Chase to Dr. Hugh Stalker, some writing, notebooks, portraits, and clippings.
Invoices to Chase primarily from the firm of John B. Jones, later Jones, Lows & Ball, of Boston, Mass. The firm's letterhead lists it as "Importers of clocks, watches, jewelry; plated, Japan and Britannia ware; fine cutlery; watch materials; bronze, gilt, military and fancy goods and manufacturers of rich silver plate and fine jewelry."
The papers of a Maine writer and teacher. Included are a typescript draft of her novel One crow, two crow; a short biography and bibliography; a program of a celebration honoring Virginia Chase Perkins held at Hartford College for Women on May 4, 1971; and newspaper clippings of reviews and advertisements for her books The American house, Discovery, The end of the week, and One crow, two crow.
The family papers of a civil engineer. Included are medical papers, personal records, household bills, and receipts. There are a few papers relating to Robert Dunning Chellis' son Robert Dana Chellis.
A scrapbook showing pictures of students and activities at the Children's House Montessori School from 1976 to 1983.
The records of a moral and educational corporation. Included are by-laws, minutes of meetings, newspaper clippings, reports of treasurers, and correspondence. Included also is a copy of a contract between the Anti-Saloon League of America and the Christian Civic League of Maine dated March 28, 1919.
Records of the Society, founded in Skowhegan, Maine, in 1903. Includes by-laws, a list of original members, and minutes of meetings for 1903-1920.
A daybook kept by George D. Chubbock of Portland, Maine. The first page of the volume states "Geo. D. Chubbock commenced business at Kidder, March 1st, 1865." The volume records purchases made by customers presumably at a general store. Goods purchased include tea, cheese, gingham, locks, ribbon, soap, etc.
Financial records, annual reports, and membership and historical information of the Church of Universal Fellowship, Orono, Maine, and its predecessors including the First Universalist Society, St. John's Universalist Church and the Fellowship Church. Records of the First Universalist Meeting House Corporation, the Orono Universalist Parsonage Association and the Women's Alliance of the church are also represented in the collection.
A volume listing names presumably of members of an unidentified church in Portland, Maine, with dates people joined the church and information about their membership status.
Legal documents and research material compiled and collected by Edwin A. Churchill in his work as an expert witness in two land cases in Wells, Maine, in 1988 and 1999, and in the boundary issue case between New Hampshire and Maine in 2000.
The papers of a Bates College professor, a biologist, and a poet. Included are correspondence, manuscripts of writing and poems. Materials concern biology, ecology, poetry, and class work.
The collection consists of an advertisement, with program of events, for the City of Bath Centennial Reunion, Saturday Evening March 19, 1881.
A collection of Civil War letters. The collection includes letters from Henry Stillman McIntire to Lyman Bolster; from R. O. Stockbridge to Albert C. Bolster in West Peru, Maine; from James H. Hammon to Albert C. Bolster; and from Dexter Delano. The letters date from 1861 to 1864. The collection also includes carbon copies of typescripts of the letters and a letter of transmittal from Phillips V. Brooks dated January 5, 1966.
A volume containing minutes of meetings from 1932 to 1949 of the church school board, executive committee, vacation bible school, committee on religious education, etc. A list of guests at the homecoming of Sept. 27, 1987 is also included in the volume.
A ledger used to record sales of cattle, oxen, and other livestock. No information is given in the ledger to indicate Dwight Clarke's place of residence.
Contains items relating to various classes at the University of Maine, 1872-1974. Included are photographs of class members, both as students and at the time of their 50th class reunion; booklets and programs for class day, commencement week, calendars, etc.; and reports of class officers as alumni. Also included is correspondence and other documents from the Alumni Association to class officers concerning contributions of members and planning for class reunions and other events.
Photographs mounted in an album showing construction done in 1907 on the "Medford cutoff" of the Bangor and Aroostook Railroad in the vicinity of Lagrange and Medford, Maine. Accompanied by a booklet entitled "The Medford Cutoff" written by G. Vincent Cuozzo, the donor of the collection. Cuozzo's father, George Cuozzo, worked on the construction project and supplied laborers for it.
The papers of a Maine author. Included are notes for his book Charlie York, Maine coast fisherman; correspondence with publishers and with L. Felix Ranlett, librarian at Bangor Public Library; 2 letters from Charlie York; and a newspaper clipping about Charlie's appearance on the television show People Are Funny. Included also is a typescript of his book about Charlie York.
The manuscripts of poems by Milton S. Clifford. Also transcriptions of the diaries of Alice Clifford, George F. Godfrey, the letters of John Franklin Godfrey, the Journal of H.E. Prentiss' trip to Europe (1866) and family photographs.
Interviews done in 2013-2015 by Maine Folklife Center's Director Pauleena MacDougall and graduate research assistant Adam Cilli for the 40th anniversary of the UMaine Climate Change Institute. The interviews focus on the history of the Climate Change Institute, climate change in general, and the interviewees' specialties.