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Collection includes Leavitt's Farmer's Almanack (42 items) from 1856 to 1927 (not inclusive) as well as miscellaneous almanacs published in the U.S. from the late nineteenth to the early twentieth centuries. Also includes photocopy of "Chronological list of Massachusetts almanacs 1639-1850" from the American Antiquarian Society, April 1912, p. 41-134.
Correspondence, reports, minutes, membership lists, programs, history and other records of Orono Chapter of the American Association of University Women. Some statewide records are also found in the collection.
Treasurer's cashbook for a chapter of the American Red Cross in Castine, Maine. The volume records amounts paid for various expenses of the chapter including war relief, school milk and school lunch programs, etc.
A collection of sermons preached in Maine or by Maine ministers. Most published, a few in manuscript form.
Academic Affairs. Vice President For Academic Affairs & Provost. International Academic Programs. American University in Bulgaria (University Of Maine) Records
This record group contains information concerning the development and operation of AUB. Included are board meeting minutes, inter-office correspondence, publicly released official documents, AUB newsletters and magazines, informational pamphlets and postings, accredidation and site evaluations, material concerning the development of the AUB library, and information regarding staffing, student complaints, and information for faculty.
The collection contains the business records and personal papers of members of the Ames family of Machias, Maine. It centers on papers of John K. Ames and his sons, Frank and Alfred Ames and also has records of S.W. Pope and Company and the Machias Lumber Company.
Travel films made by John Ames.
Accounts from a general store. First page: "John Brown credit 6 fish.." 1899. Some of the accounts are for the schooner Uranus.
Copies of documents submitted to the town clerk, mainly discharges for mortgages, financial notes, and records of goods sold by one individual to another.
Collection consists of photographs of Elizabeth Andrews and Nicholas Andrews printed on postcards, accompanied by their associated film negatives. They are wearing traditional Native American dress.
Includes a journal of voyages in 1817-1819 on the ship Osprey commanded by Stephan Brown. One of the voyages was from Salem to Canton, China and back. Includes also a linen-covered journal with questions and answers of a mathematical nature: salary, measurements, geometric problems, trigonometry, and sailing as well as methods for keeping a ship's log.
Account book for blacksmith Jonathan Andrews of Scarborough, Maine.
Primarily records of the treasurer's office of the Waterville, Maine, railroad company.
Financial records of a local electric utility in Maine. Included are ledgers, cashbooks and journals covering the years 1913 to 1935.
Monthly and annual reports, 1943-1949, of the Androscoggin Valley Herd Improvement Association based in Lewiston, Maine. Includes milk production and milk fat reports, as well as the popular column, "Twitterings by the Cowbird" by tester J. Wilmer Heisey, which contained news about member farms and commentary on dairy topics.
Academic Affairs. College Of Natural Science, Forestry And Agriculture. Animal And Veterinary Sciences (University Of Maine) Records
This collection contains student papers from ANT 326 and 431 Folklore, the Environment, and Public Policy Collection. Topics of some of the papers include traditional medicine, basket making, environmental sustainability, energy resources, etc.
The collection includes 21 videorecordings from the first and second seasons of the PBS series Anyplace wild. Also included are printed companion guides to season 1 and season 2. One of the videorecordings in the collection is "Echoes of a log drive : whitewater canoeing Maine's Machias River.".
A collection of journal reprints from around 1885 to 1972 dealing with aphids. The collection was begun by Edith M. Patch and continued by members of the Entomology Department including Leo W. Boulanger, a faculty member in the department from 1955 to 1970.
A daybook from the general store of Samuel Appleton in Waterville, Maine. The volume records names of customers, their purchases and the prices paid. Items purchased include crackers, coffee, stockings, flannel, Irish linen, brandy, etc.
A volume used by Nathaniel S. Arey of Hampden, Maine, to record his daily work activities. Arranged by customer name, the volume details such work as use of wagon and oxen or horse, getting logs out, hauling logs or rocks, etc. It also records agricultural products sold, including potatoes, apples, beef, pumpkins, etc.
Personal papers and business records of Walter L. Arnold, a businessman, guide, fur trader, trapper and author from Greenville, Maine.