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Collection contains manuscript copies of sermons of S.S. Drake.
An album belonging to Therese Drapeau and commemorating her days as a student at St. Joseph's High School in Biddeford, Maine. The album contains photographs and name cards of students, autographs, and an invitation to the graduation ceremony at the high school.
Handwritten diary of a European honeymoon in 1913. The newlyweds were from Maine.
Collection of obituaries, 1975-2010, of Native Americans from Maine. Compiled by Guy F. Dubay, the obituaries are from the Bangor Daily News, Bangor, Maine.
The papers of an educator, poet, and major figure in the Franco-American revival of the 1970s.
Papers include correspondence, manuscripts, page proofs, lecture notes, and other materials for his book, Coastal Maine, and his edition of Cruising Guide to the New England Coast, first written by his father.
Scrapbook compiled by Dunkley while a student at the University of Maine. It contains signatures and comments of class members, programs and memorabilia from campus activities and photographs of student groups on campus.
A receipt book for payments by Richard T. Dunlap. Some of the entries are for taxes received and the last entry is for money received from the estate of R.T. Dunlap dated April 6, 1864.
The collection covers his entire legal career, his term as Treasurer of the University of Maine, and his term as Maine Supreme Court Judge. Included are correspondence, letters, bills, and receipts. The legal papers include records of cases involving assaults, divorce, estates, collections, bankruptcies, and pensions. Also included are records of the University of Maine (1896-1936), the draft board (WWI), and the town of Orono (1833-1914).
The papers of a lumberman and farmer in Houlton, Maine. Included are account books, financial records, correspondence, deeds, leases, ledgers, receipts, Dunn family papers, stumpage records, tax information, and time books.
A small collection of materials relating to William Warren Durgin (1839-1929) of North Lovell, Maine. Included are photocopies of military papers, photographs of his grave, photographs of a wax figure of Abraham Lincoln, The New York Herald from April 15, 1865 reporting the assassination of Lincoln, and newspaper clippings.
Records, letters, and photos of an Ellsworth, Maine family, and of the Wheelock, Craig, and Briggs families of Augusta. Also included are sermons by Dutton family members.
Letter discussing the need for haulers of logs to settle amount of money due to them for log drives.
Papers include articles, publications, etc.; materials and photographs pertaining to Baxter State Park and Mount Katahdin; and miscellaneous personal and professional papers. Also contains information about Dyer's years as a student at the University of Maine.
A ledger recording financial transactions of Isaac Dyer of Baldwin, Maine. He appears to have owned a sawmill there.
Ledger of an unidentified lumber business, probably that of E.L. Staples, Lewiston, Maine. The company, owned by Ernest L. Staples, was a box and lumber manufacturer and dealt in lumber, moldings, flooring, doors, windows, and box shooks. It also did band-sawing, planing and jobbing.
The collection consists of four unidentified volumes. By their dates, it is assumed that they mostly concern the firm of E. Plummer and Sons, incorporated in 1901.
Ledger from a general store listing names of customers, goods sold and their prices. Items include tobacco, flour, herring, needles, flannel, etc. The location of the business is not indicated.
A collection of illustrations of Maine scenes found on pages removed from magazines and newspapers of the mid to late nineteenth century. Includes scenes of logging, lumbering, hunting and fishing, as well as illustrations of significant buildings around the state.
Records of a company and its successor which owned a share of the power rights of the Penobscot River in Maine.
A receipt book (4 pages) showing business conducted with J.P. Hooper, a merchant tailor in Bucksport, Maine.
Pauleena MacDougall, then Associate Director of the Maine Folklife Center, and Amy Stevens, then graduate student in history, conducted a series of oral history interviews and collecting photographs and documents relating to the history and culture of Eastern Fine Paper in Brewer, Maine. The mill closed in January, 2003 after operating as a paper and/or lumber mill for more than a century.
This collection reflects the history of the School of Nursing at Eastern Maine General Hospital/Eastern Maine Medical Center from its beginning. Included are photographs, yearbooks, scrapbooks, correspondence, artifacts, etc. concerning the School of Nursing and its alumni. Rules, curricula, administrative papers, student progress reports and early corporate records are also included.
This collection includes twenty-eight interviews with thirteen Eastport residents, plus manuscript material collected as part of French’s research. In addition to the general history of Eastport, major topics discussed include the sardine industry and community holiday celebrations.
Photo albums of scenes of Maine, mostly Central and Eastern Maine, the coast and the mountains.
The papers include shop drawings, blueprints, correspondence, and minutes of professional organizations.
The collection contains correspondence, writings, speeches and research files of Fannie Hardy Eckstorm. Eckstorm's journals, notebooks and research material on ballads, Indian languages and legends and Indian place names in Maine are also included.