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A collection of Dinsmore / Rich family genealogy materials including over three hundred photos pertaining to outdoor life, women, and family gatherings.
Interviews with Mainers with disabilities and their advocates about disability rights in Maine and the nation.
Minutes of University of Maine faculty meetings.
An incomplete run of the University of Maine Employee Assistance Program's (EAP) Messenger newsletter.
The collection is comprised of 6 archive boxes full of notes, recordings, photos, videos, CD ROMs and computer databases, collected between 1995 and 2007. Some of these materials are unlabeled and will require some research to identify the contents.
700 photos, some digital but most are not
200 slides, not scanned
75 hours of cassette tapes
25 hours of minidisc tape
Records, 1852-1864, consist of the constitution, by-laws, minutes of meetings and other documents related to the East Winthrop, Maine division of the New England Protective Union. Also included are a few loose documents including a price list, a meeting announcement, and some financial records.
Vice President For Academic Affairs & Provost. Division of Marketing And Communications (University Of Maine) Records
Records of a real estate and resort company. The records include the certificate of organization, articles of association, by-laws, minutes of meetings, and stock subscription.
The record book of a school district in Dixmont, Maine. Included are legal notices and minutes of meetings from March 25, 1861 to March 13, 1891.
Collection of correspondence, clippings, pamphlets, and publications in which Mrs. Doane's poems appear.
The collection contains letters of Erastus Doble written between 1861 and 1864 while he was serving in the 8th Maine Regiment during the Civil War. The notebook belonging to Hosea Doble contains his accounts as a carpenter from 1870 to 1874. A Doble family register, documents about the death of Erastus Doble, and a miniature Webster dictionary inscribed to Norma White, May 1, 1910, are also contained in the collection.
An account book and 3 invoices from Dodge & Kennedy, dealers in groceries and provisions in Portland, Maine. The account is in the name of Mr. Paine and lists his purchases.
Scores for two marches composed by Howard N. Dole: University March, 1930 and National Pride March, 1932.
A document (photocopy) outlining the history of locomotives used on various railroad lines in Maine including the Bangor and Piscataquis Canal and Railroad Co., the Bangor, Oldtown and Milford Railroad Co., the European and North American Railway Co., the Penobscot & Kennebec Railroad, the Portland and Kennebec Railroad Co., the Portland & Ogdensburg Railroad, and the Washington County Railway Co.
Series of interviews about Don Mitchell's life and work as a woodsman and farmer formed the basis of Northeast Folklore XIX: "I'm a Man That Works."
A daybook of a general store in Machias, Maine, listing daily purchases such as tea, sugar, oats, linen thread, boots, pillows, etc.
Includes information about the 50th anniversary of the Forestry Dept. at the University of Maine in 1953 and the 100th anniversary of the forestry program in 2003. Also includes miscellaneous publications of the School of Forest Resources, a copy of "Forestry Wives' Favorites," a cookbook published by the Forestry Wives Club in 1971, and information about the dedication in 1968 and 1971 of Albert D. Nutting Hall on the University of Maine campus.
The papers of a professor of history at the University of Maine, Orono. The papers contain materials concerning his research, writing, and teaching.
Financial records of a local electric utility in Maine. Included are ledgers and invoice books covering the years 1895 to 1916.
Records (photocopies) compiled and used by Dow in his research on the history and families of Nobleboro, Me.
Calendars illustrated with scenes of Maine published by Down East magazine. There are wall calendars (1966-1968, 1971-1975, 2007-) and 8 engagement calendars (1963, 1965-1968, 1971, 1972, 1974).
Notebooks compiled by Sturgis Haskins documenting croquet clubs and tournaments primarily in communities in Hancock County, Maine. Included are photographs taken by Haskins, pamphlets, croquet tournament results, e-mail printouts, etc.
Material from DownEast Friends of the Folk Arts (DEFFA). DEFFA 's purpose is to aid and encourage the folk arts-- music, dance, storytelling, etc.-- in Maine. The Board of Friends when DEFFA was incorporated as a non-profit included Edward D. "Sandy" Ives and Barbara Ann Herrel “Bobby” Ives.
A diary of a young woman probably from Calais, Maine. Written between January 1 and February 15, 1855, the entries outline the writer's daily activities, school classes and family and social life.
The collection consists of a draft letter, or note, written by someone with the surname of Avery. The writer is asking Mr. Fairbanks to let another man, named George, have two bushels of corn. The draft is dated February 18, 1793.