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Family papers, calendars, correspondence, unpublished manuscripts, literary notes, photographs, and clippings of Maine author Miriam Colwell and her partner, the artist Chenoweth Hall. Cole family papers include business records of the Deasy and Handy Country Store, several Cole family businesses, journals, correspondence, photographs, and genealogical information for the community of Prospect Harbor.
Office Of The President. Presidential Committees. Commission On Graduate Education (University Of Maine) Records
The records contain textual information created and curated by the University of Maine Commission on Graduate Education. Including: copies of reports concerning women at the University of Maine, various articles and reports collected as part of environmental scans into national trends in graduate education and employment, responses from the surveys sent out to faculty and students, brochures, and copies of Commission meeting notes, correspondence, and reports.
The record group contains meeting minutes for the University of Maine's Committee on Administration.
Academic Affairs. Dean, College Of Liberal Arts And Sciences. Communication & Journalism Department (University Of Maine) Records
The records of Compañia Fosforera Columbiana during its reorganization in 1927. The ledger contains minutes of meetings, by-laws, and financial information.
Personal financial papers of a wholesale grocer in Portland, Maine.
Correspondence, printed matter, and reports pertaining mainly to Condon's major interests in the kindergarten, vocation education, home economics, and moral education movements.
Academic Affairs. Division Of Lifelong Learning. Conferences And Institutes Division (University Of Maine) Records
The records contain textual information mostly created by the Conferences and Institutes Division, but also material regarding conferences held at the University of Maine before the Division was formally established in 1973. The material is outward facing promotional material regarding specific conferences and events organized by the Division and circulated via campus mail to the University of Maine community rather than internal Conferences and Institutes Division administrative records.
The records of a Congregational Church in Frankfort (later Winterport), Maine.
Letter book of correspondence by the Consolidated Electric Light Company of Maine, the Portland Lighting & Power Company, and the Portland Electric Company. On cover - P.H. Burrowes.
The records consist of 2 documents. The first document is an agreement signed on Dec. 30, 1851 before Justice of the Peace Warren Leighton to build a dike on Back Bay Creek in the town of Milbridge, Maine according to the plan in the agreement. The second document requests Warren Leighton, Justice of the Peace in Washington County, to issue a warrant to call a meeting of the owners of the Back Bay dike to form a company and to raise money to repair the dike.
Financial records of a local electric utility in Maine.
Academic Affairs. Division Of Lifelong Learning. Continuing Education Division (University Of Maine) Records
The records of a social club of male faculty members.
An account book of a blacksmith in Solon, Maine in the early 1920s.
A ledger used by Timothy Copp to record business transactions at one of his businesses, perhaps the sawmill.
Financial records of a local electric utility in Maine. Included are daybooks, journals, and ledgers covering the years 1902 to 1965.
The records contain textual information created by the University of Maine Counseling Service. The record series Center Publications includes: copies of Center annual reports, brochure, flyer, and various Testing and Counseling Reports on a range of subjects.
This is an arbitrary collection of accessions created in June 2014 to bring together interviews that deal with country & western music. There are 44 series in NAFOH that relate to Country, Western, and Bluegrass Music, but 3 belong solely to this collection.
Depositions of Ezekiel Thompson, Ebenezer Nichols, and Lemuel Swift of Brunswick, Maine. Taken on February 18, 1805 and June 17, 1805 at the request of John Owen of Brunswick, the depositions concern the treatment of and damage to Owen's horse by John Dennis and John Lewis, described in the documents as two black men, a barber and a tailor. The depositions were directed to the Court of Common Pleas of Cumberland County, Maine.
A diary of a resident of Sedgwick, Maine. Also includes expenses, prose, and poetry.