Showing Collections: 1831 - 1860 of 2028
Collection contains 19 volumes compiled by Wayland Towner documenting his life history from his years as a student at the University of Maine until his retirement in 1961 from a long career in public relations and fund raising. It includes letters, photographs, publications and other documents with Towner's candid narrative of events represented. Of particular interest are Towner's letters to his parents while he was serving in Scotland and France during World War I.
Records from Trask's roles as a student a the University of Maine and the Yale School of Forestry and writings related to Trask's career as a silviculturist with the United States Forest Service.
A handwritten travel diary from Jan 31 to April 10, 1937. Author unknown. Sailed on the S.S. Scythia and traveled in England and Switzerland. Included also is a notice in German from Hotel Waldhaus Dolder.
An account by an unidentified compiler written from Versailles, France, on June 28 and 29, 1919 describing the scene outside the Palace of Versailles after the Treaty of Versailles was signed and later the celebration of the signing in Paris. Addressed to "Dear Rose," the account is written on postcards depicting sights in Paris and Versailles.
An account book of school money disbursed by school districts in the town of Tremont, Maine in 1849. Included also is a copy of a proposed letter to the superintendent of the Maine Insane Hospital dated August 9, 1849 recommending that Thomas Stanley, Jr. of Tremont become a resident of the hospital.
A letter from F.L. Treworgy written in 1865 to "Dear sister." Treworgy describes his life in El Dorado, Kansas, especially his dealings with the Indians there. He talks of driving cattle from the south and meeting Confederate rebels who "hit one Indian and brok his arm and shot a hole through my coat. I lost my horses and had to com home without any cattle." The letter also mentions family members including Sarah and Julia Treworgy, presumably sisters from Blue Hill, Maine.
The papers of Harry T. Treworgy include advertisements from his establishments and items from his service to the state of Maine. Included in this are correspondence, petitions, and reports. There are a few photographic prints.
Includes accounts relating to the schooner Lizzie Brewster primarily for labor aboard the schooner.
Eleven diaries of a county sheriff and farmer in Portland and Pownal, Maine covering the years 1884 to 1894.
A diary of a housewife in Gardiner, Maine.
Letters to Jabez True from numerous correspondents including Hannibal Hamlin.
The official records, papers and personal papers of a U.S. Congressman from Maine.
Collection contains personal papers of the Turner family of Isle au Haut, Maine. The collection also contains a photograph album of scenes of Isle au Haut, 1886-1963, many taken by John C. Turner, depicting buildings, people, the harbor, vessels, etc. Postcards of island scenes are also included. Diaries of John Turner, 1867-1886, and financial and legal papers are also present in the collection.
Account book from an unidentified customhouse recording money received by customhouse collector and deposited to credit of Treasury Dept.
Account book from an unidentified customhouse listing names of those from whom money was collected, impost, etc.
A volume recording names of persons receiving payments for service at an unidentified marine hospital, presumably in Portland, Maine.
Volume used at the customhouse at Mt. Desert, Maine, to record information about items received from abroad through the mail. Volume lists names of persons, amounts of duty or fine owed, and places from which items were received.
Volume recording moneys received and paid at the customhouse at the port of Ellsworth, Maine, Oct. 1887-Dec. 1897.
Volume from an unidentified customhouse with entries from July 5, 1905 to Dec. 16, 1913. Each entry lists date of bond, principals and sureties, amount of bond, duty on entry, how and when canceled and character of bond. Concerns "persons employed in curing fish."
Interviews conducted for UMaine’s 150th anniversary celebrations.
A series of fifteen interviews recorded between 1994 - 1997 by Laura Finkel concerning anti-war movement, protests, and activities on the campus at the University of Maine during the Vietnam War era (1964 - 1973).
Financial records of a local electric utility in Maine. Included are cashbooks, journals, and ledgers of the Union Electric Company and the Union Light & Power Company.
- Raymond H. Fogler Library Special Collections 1571
- Raymond H. Fogler Library University Archives 265
- Northeast Archives of Folklore and Oral History 192
- Correspondence 383
- Clippings 221
- Ledgers (Account books) 214
- Diaries 192
- Oral histories 188
- Letters (Correspondence) 187
- Folklore 178
- Photographs 166
- Account books 164
- Financial records 154
- Minutes 130
- Reports 101
- Daybooks 100
- Scrapbooks 99
- Receipts (Financial records) 89
- Manuscripts 79
- Articles 68
- Pamphlets 63
- Groceries -- Prices 57
- Business records 56 ∧ less
- English 2026
- French 2
- Chinese 1
- German 1
- Swiss German; Alemannic; Alsatian 1
- University of Maine 156
- Central Maine Power Company 49
- State College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts (Maine) 16
- MacDougall, Pauleena 15
- Chamberlain, Joshua Lawrence, 1828-1914 12
- University of Maine. Department of History 10
- Bowdoin College 9
- Ives, Edward D. 9
- Maine Masque Theatre 9
- University of Maine. Cooperative Extension 9
- Maine Agricultural Experiment Station 8
- Fernald, Merritt Caldwell, 1838-1916 7
- Hauck, Arthur A. (Arthur Andrew), 1893-1992 7
- Blaine, James Gillespie, 1830-1893 6
- Hamlin, George H. 6
- Maine Federation of Women's Clubs 6
- Rodrigue, Barry H. 6
- U.S. Customs Service 6
- University of Maine. Department of Communication and Journalism 6
- University of Maine. Department of English 6 ∧ less