Showing Collections: 1891 - 1920 of 2051
Forms used by Joseph Williams, the postmaster of Litchfield, Maine, to record amounts charged for various postal transactions. The forms cover the periods from January to April 1829 and April to July 1830.
Records of the post office in Wellington, Maine, including registration books showing matter registered and dispatched, 1891-1901, 1906-1916; official postmasters' account and record book, 1913-1916; register of money orders issued, 1907-1916; and record of registered matter in transit, 1910-1918.
Interviews conducted by Anu Dudley about Unity, Maine.
Records of the organization formed to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the town of Unity, Maine.
Three books of records of the Ladies Association for the Universalist Church in Orono, Maine. Included are records for the founding, a constitution, minutes of the meetings, lists of members, and treasurer's reports to 1929.
The records contain textual information created by the University College of Bangor, including: copies of student handbooks, commencement programs, brochures, course information, library catalogs, and information regarding the College’s Women’s Center. Also, material concering the dental assisting program at the Bangor Community College/University College including: reviews, self-studies, and acredidation information (1975-1987).
The records contain textual information created by the University of Maine at Farmington, including: course catalogs, copy of pilot plan for continuing development, copies of The Maine Geographer publication, Mirror student newspaper, The Informant, Baked Apple, and Hi-Liter, list of bound journal holdings, special education bulletins, blank student applications, brochures, and newspaper clippings regarding the University.
The records contain textual information created by the University of Maine at Fort Kent, including: copies of an academic plan for the University of Southern Maine, pilot plan for continuing development, report on the future of the Fort Kent State College, summer session schedules, brochures, class schedules, and a publication entitled "A century of Progress" on the history of the University.
The records contain textual information created by the Uuniversity of Maine at Machias, including: commencement programs, miscellaneous brochures, program from the convocation and inauguration of A.S. Buswell as president of the University, copies of the periodicals Binnacle and UMM Review, various course catalogs, newspaper clippings regarding the University, and a pilot plan for development on the campus.
The records contain textual information created by the University of Maine at Presque Isle, including: various copies of various course and program brochures, student handbooks, course announcements, the publication Foxtail, Pilot Plan for Continuing Development, and evaluation report on the Aroostook State College.
The records contain textual information created by the University of Maine regarding its Brunswick Campus, includes copies of student handbooks, clippings regarding the Campus, program from transfer of the colors, brochures, calendars, and schedules.
Minutes primarily of the annual meetings of the Association which was organized in 1915. Members were residents of Knox County, Maine who had attended the University of Maine.
Notes on portraits and photographs of presidents, trustees, faculty, alumni and friends of the University of Maine compiled by Gannett, the registrar of the university from 1913-1953.
Copies of University of Maine Office of Human Resources reports with information about the University of Maine workforce: Workforce Profile, Compensation Report, and Turnover Analysis. These reports were compiled for the University of Maine System Board of Trustees.
Photocopy of the daily logbook of the Upsalquitch Salmon Club, a private fishing club on the Upsalquith River, New Brunswick. Entries document guests at the club, the fishing conditions, the weather, etc. Also includes a photocopy of a letter written by Belton Allyn Copp on August 22, 1995, to Morris Tyler, of Gumbart, Corbin, Tyler & Cooper, New Haven, Conn.
The major focus is on the relations between the summer people who owned estates in Northeast Harbor and Blue Hill, Maine, and the native Mainers who worked for them on the estates. The period covered in the interviews was a one hundred year stretch between 1880 and 1980.
A ledger listing the location of electric poles owned by the Central Maine Power Company in Bath, Maine. Includes a map of Bath in 1938.
The papers of a popular vocalist in the U.S. during the 20th century. Included are correspondence from 1917 to 1984, newspaper clippings, scores, photographs, scrapbooks, phonograph records, megaphone, and other memorabilia.
Scrapbooks about the singer Rudy Vallée compiled by Lorene Livers, a student at St. John High School in Canton, Ohio. Contains newspaper and magazine articles, 1928-1932, about Vallée's life and career as well as copies of The Krusade, a weekly newsletter for Vallée fans published in 1931 in Wood Ridge, N.J.
A series of 10 interviews by McKaig for her Master's Thesis: “Value Formation in Lesbian Lives.” Due to the sensitive nature of the material, only the first names of the interviewees are given.
The military papers pertain to Vasquez's career in the regular Army from 1946 to 1948. He was assigned to the occupation of Korea following World War II. The collection includes letters, military documents, and photographs of Korea.
This collection contains official records from the 6th Maine Volunteer Infantry (Company E) and the 2nd Maine Volunteer Cavalry. Collection includes muster rolls, orders, quartermaster returns and casualty reports.
The research papers contain materials collected by James Vickery concerning Maine and Bangor, Maine history including biographies and family information. Types of materials include research notes and photocopies of clippings, reprints, business and municipal records, and reports.
A series of 51 interviews about the history of Portland, Maine with index and partial and full transcripts. The Victoria Society, fall 1992. Interviews concerning life in Portland during the 1930s to the 1940s, most interviewees are 75 years old or older.
- Raymond H. Fogler Library Special Collections 1584
- Raymond H. Fogler Library University Archives 272
- Northeast Archives of Folklore and Oral History 195
- Correspondence 389
- Clippings 224
- Ledgers (Account books) 215
- Diaries 194
- Oral histories 188
- Letters (Correspondence) 187
- Folklore 179
- Photographs 167
- Account books 164
- Financial records 156
- Minutes 133
- Reports 103
- Daybooks 100
- Scrapbooks 99
- Receipts (Financial records) 89
- Manuscripts 79
- Articles 69
- Pamphlets 65
- Groceries -- Prices 57
- Business records 56 + ∧ less
- English 2049
- French 3
- Algonquian languages 1
- Chinese 1
- German 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