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A collection including interviews that focus primarily on Fannie Hardy Eckstorm. The first interviews were conducted in 1934 and as recent as 1997. There are 5 series in NAFOH that relate to Eckstorm, but 4 belong soley to this collection. The fifth is na1118 from MF167 1.2
A farm account book from August 1913 to 1916. It is unknown who kept the account book.
A farm account book from 1918 to 1919. It is unknown who kept the account book and there are no towns mentioned so it is unknown where the farm was located.
Account books of an unidentified farmer probably from Rome, Maine. The volumes record both personal purchases and expenses and income from goods sold. These goods include potatoes, wood, rock and gravel, dairy products, beef, poultry, eggs, etc. Expenses of maintaining the house and barn are also listed.
A daybook of a farmer who probably lived in Dixfield, Maine.
A ledger containing a farmer's diary and list of accounts, possibly from Phillips, Maine.
A small notebook listing farm produce sold in 1941. Includes names of buyers, type and quantity of produce bought, and price.
A printed volume meant to be used to keep a daily record of farming operations and including descriptions of various pieces of machinery from the John Deere Company. The volume was given compliments of Hall Hardware Co., Belfast, Maine. The volume has a few entries from 1956 and 1958 from an unidentified person recording gasoline purchases and maintenance for an unidentified vehicle or piece of machinery.
Consists of a number of recipes recorded in French, and several more in English; also contains names and addresses of people in Maine and New England, in both languages.
Diaries maintained by Charles M. Farnham in 1863 and 1864. Also included is a diary, 1912, of Emma Farnham, Charles Farnham's wife, in which she describes the weather, her daily activities, etc.
A notebook containing handwritten copies of poems by such poets as Henry W. Longfellow, William Cullen Bryant, Sir Walter Scott, Edgar A. Poe.
Papers of a sea captain.
Financial papers of a resident of Waldoboro, Maine.
The papers of a minister in the Congregational Church. The bulk of the papers are copies of sermons. The rest of the materials are related to his ministry in Bangor, Maine and Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Also included are photographs, a scrapbook, letters, newspaper clippings, a copy of his thesis, and historical topics such as the Civil War and Pilgrims.
The collection contains the papers of Oscar F. Fellows from his work as counsel to the International Commission Pertaining to the St. John River. The collection also contains some material belonging to Raymond Fellows, Oscar Fellows's son.
Family letters primarily to and from Josie H.L. Fowle Fels of Yarmouth, Maine. The letters mostly concern the care of her sister, Fannie D.J. Fowle Jewett, as well as information about Jewett's estate after her death in 1949. The collection also contains two letters to Jewett dated 1927 and 1929 as well as an obituary of Arthur B. Fels, husband of Josie Fels.
Notebook containing the constitution, membership lists, and expenses for the Female Universalists Sewing Society of Belfast, Maine.
Includes Fernald's lecture notes in mineralogy and geology and copies of lectures in geology by Professor William North Rice, Wesleyan University, 1886.
A scrapbook of photographs of University of Maine campus buildings, the Lamda Chi Alpha fraternity house, university students, and mascot Bananas the bear.
Fessenden, in a letter to Edward H. Thomas, an attorney in Portland, Maine, discusses his vote to acquit Andrew Johnson at his impeachment trial.
The diaries of Edward A. Field cover the years 1861 to his death in 1903. The diaries of David A. Field (Edward's son), cover the years 1875 to 1923.
Edited typescript draft of Waldo L. Fielding's book Pregnancy: the best state of the union. Included is a note on the manuscript from Thea Wheelwright, dated 2/24/72.
The records contain financial statements prepared annually by the University of Maine and audited by an accounting firm. Includes the statements and a cover letter from the auditing accounting firm. Post 1968 the statements include University of Maine System campuses.
One page of newspapers clippings about the founding and dedication of the First Universalist Society. Clippings are pasted into a blank volume entitled Records of the 1st Universalist Society, Kittery, Me., Sept. 12th, 1870.
Ledger from an unidentified fish dealer in Vinalhaven, Maine, 1879-1882.
Listings by date of accounts with various individuals and materials purchased or work done. Goods include bushels of barley or rye, pork, rum, coffee, etc. Work includes plowing, use of horses, mowing, etc.
Recordings by Ted Ames that have to do with fisheries. Part one a series of interviews by Ames about the fishing grounds in the Gulf of Maine and Penobscot Bay fisheries. Part two is recordings from the Localized Fishery Stocks conference attended and recorded by Ted Ames about the implications of localized fish stocks on October 31 and November 1, 1997.
Postcards showing scenes from various fishing villages and ports in Maine, including Boothbay Harbor, Bucksport, Friendship, Kennebunkport, Monhegan Island, Ogunquit, Rockland and Vinalhaven. Shown are fishermen, fish houses and wharves, and lobster shacks as well as activities such as drying fish, lobstering, cleaning fish, trout fishing, clamming, sardine packing, etc. The collection also includes a copy of a photograph showing unidentified boys sitting by a fish house.
A scrapbook compiled by Fitzhugh while a student at the University of Maine. It includes signatures, comments and photographs of class members as well as programs and photographs of campus life, fraternity and social events, and basketball and track activities. Other items of interest include a score of "The Stein Song" by Rudy Vallée, photographs of the Senior Skulls from 1928, theater and film programs and travel photographs.