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The collection consists of three interviews about the history of Cowing’s Tavern in Lisbon Falls, Maine.
Two photographs, before 1920, of the American artist Albert Scott Cox. One is a studio portrait taken by the photographer Elmer Chickering of Boston. The other, by an unidentified photographer, shows Cox with a woman and a young girl.
Interviews about crab-picking in Maine.
A series of 20 accessions featuring interviews done by Stephen Cole and Linda Gifford (1982-1983) documenting cranberry growing in southeastern Massachusetts.
Handwritten diary covering the period November 22, 1867 to August 27, 1873. On first page: Marie W. [S?]heafer, Pottsville, Pa.; Rose Crehore, Boston, Mass., 34 West Chester Park. Includes sheet of paper inserted with instructions for fan flirtations.
Records of a corn canning company in Webb's Mills (part of the town of Casco, Maine) on Crescent Lake during the early 20th century.
A scrapbook containing images taken at the University of Maine, including activities on campus, sports events, and shots of the house and members of the Beta Theta Pi fraternity.
Daybook of a resident of Waterville, Maine. Accounts are listed by date from 1872 to February 1874.
The collection contains the personal papers and business records of Corydon P. Cronk of Wellesley, Massachusetts. It contains correspondence, job-related documents, photographs, subject files, and publications relating to Corydon Cronk's long and varied career in forestry. Included are speeches, reports, notes, memos, meeting notices, and conference programs. Also included are early records of the More, Mitchell, Millard, and Smith families.
Sixteen letters written by a ranch hand working in Montana who was from Thorndike, Maine. The letters are to Belle Gordon who later became his wife. Also included in the collection are two letters from Percy's father and mother sent from Unity, Maine in 1888. Included also is a letter to Charles (probably Percy's brother) dated Oct. 3, 1862, Flat Willow [Montana] from a friend who wrote about Percy.
Materials from Walter W. Crosby documenting his career as a highway engineer and early 20th century proponent of roads and bridges designed for automobiles rather than horse-drawn vehicles.
The papers of a farmer, businessman, and lawyer, of Atkinson and Bangor, Maine.
Two typewritten letters, one from Elizabeth Johnston Cross to Diana Forbes-Robertson and visa versa.
Business records of the Croswell family, long-time owners of a general store in Farmington, Maine.
A diary kept by Shirley Cudlipp in 1936. From the entries it appears that Cudlipp was a teenager whose father was in the military. Most entries concentrate on Cudlipp's social life and activities. Some of the entries were written on board a ship while Cudlipp was traveling to Panama and then on to San Francisco, Hawaii, Guam and Manila.
Docket kept by Josiah Jordan, a justice of the peace for Cumberland County, Maine, for court sessions held at his home in Poland, Maine. Brief entries on cases give names of plaintiff and defendant, date of trial, Jordan's decision in the case and fines assessed. Other entries contain more extensive notes on cases and their disposition.
Financial records of a local electric utility in Maine. Included are ledgers, journals, and registers.
Five diaries covering the years 1976-1979 and 1982 of a widow living in Bangor, Maine. Included in the diaries are descriptions of the weather and temperature each day, records of how much money she spent, her activities with Earle and her other friends and relatives, what she ate at home and at what restaurants she and Earle ate. Receipts for purchases which were kept in the diaries were removed and placed in separate folders.
Records of the Current Events Club of Gardiner, Maine that date back to 1892.
An account book of a resident of Kennebunk, Maine.
A small collection of invoices from a merchant in New Harbor, Maine to Mrs. S. Curtis. Included in the collection is a handwritten letter dated Aug. 24, 1892, from Louis Faurie in New Orleans, Louisiana, to his niece Minnie.
A diploma granted in 1821 to Rufus King Cushing by Bowdoin College and one granted in 1824 by the Medical School of Maine at Bowdoin.
Collection, 1914-2002, of D.H. Lawrence material donated by Frances Hartgen, follows D.H. Lawrence’s life from birth. Includes material on his birthplace and other important dates, plays, stories, poems correspondence and material from the University of Nottingham and University of New Mexico.
Volumes list daily financial transactions with the company's customers but do not indicate the amount of ice sold to each customer.
A scrapbook compiled and annotated by Daigle describing his activities during World War II. The scrapbook contains photographs of fellow soldiers as well as of places Daigle was stationed during the war. The collection also contains two books: "God is my co-pilot" by Robert L. Scott and "Born in battle" by Rowan T. Thomas. The latter book contains a dedication to Daigle from Capt. Thomas.
Daybook, circa 1834-circa 1843, of S. Dakins (possibly Sherilah?) of Orono, Maine. One side of volume begins with what appear to be art history notes with brief biographical sketches of Van Dyck, Raphael, Leonardo da Vinci, etc. Other side of volume contains expense accounts.
The papers of Olive E. Dana consist of correspondence, poems, accounts, receipts, book reviews, short stories, clippings of articles written for magazines, and newspaper clippings.