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Business papers of Frederick A. Wood of the village of East Lebanon, Maine. Very little information is available about Mr. Wood, but from materials in the collection it appears that he was in the lumber business, dealing in wood, especially cedar, cut near Caribou and New Sweden, Maine.
The collection consists primarily of published articles gathered by Richard G. Woodbridge to inform his scientific work.
These are all accessions containing songs from or about the lumberwoods. However, only six belong to this specific collection, the rest (in the related materials note) are from other collections.
Various photographs of team members, programs, team scores, and rules (1970-1976).
Collection contains papers of various members of the Woodsum family, especially William Woodsum, his son William Woodsum, Jr., and William's son Nathaniel B. Woodsum of Saco and Peru, Maine. A folder of papers of the Demeritt family and documents from the Free Will Baptist Church in Peru, Maine, are also found in the collection.
An account book for a business--probably a woolen mill--that appears to have been located in Mt. Desert, Maine, dating from 1832-1833. The book records the amount of wool carded, and how the laborers were paid, which was often with in-kind payments such as soap, fish, or butter.
A volume maintained by an unidentified person in Westbrook, Maine, detailing days of work performed by various individuals and their pay. Only a few entries describe the kinds of work done, such as sawing wood, mending chains, repairing irons for wagons, etc.
This is an arbitrary collection of accessions created in June 2014 to bring together interviews that deal with World War I. There are 31 series in NAFOH that relate to WWII, but 1 belongs soley to this collection.
Pamphlets published 1910 to 1922 relating to the war, countries involved, problems, and other subjects.
Pamphlets, magazines, and other materials published during World War II. Includes copies of Bulletins from Britain (no. 32, week ending April 9, 1941-no. 111, week ending Oct. 14, 1942), Facts in Review issued by the German Library of Information (v. 2 no. 16, April 15, 1940-v.3 no. 20, June 7, 1941), War in Pictures (Jan. 1941-April 1942), and other periodicals.
This is an arbitrary collection of accessions created in June 2014 to bring together interviews that focus on WWII. There are 150 series in NAFOH that relate to WWII, but 18 belong soley to this collection.
A series of interviews with women activists conducted by students in WST 301: Intermediate Topics in Women's Studies, spring 2006, taught by Susan Iverson.
This photograph collection contains a number of glass negatives of photographs of Brewer, Maine around the turn of the century. Also present are a few later photographs taken in the 1950's.
Yankee Moderns: Folk Regional Identity in the Sawmill Valley of Western Massachusetts, 1890-1920/Michael Hoberman
This collection includes a series of interviews done for Hoberman’s book, Yankee Moderns: Folk Regional Identity in the Sawmill Valley of Western Massachusetts, covering years 1890-1920 (Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 2000).
Financial records of a local electric utility in Maine. Included are a cash book (Apr.-Aug. 1921), an operating journal (Mar. 1921-Aug. 1921), and a ledger (Apr.-July 1921).
Created as a project for a class at Old Town High School, Old Town, Maine. "A Church in Time" includes text; two CD-ROMs with script, history and photographs; and transcription of script.
Love letters, 1896-1897, between Arthur Yeaton and Ella Sylvester while Ella was a medical student in Philadelphia. Some of the letters were sent to Yeaton in Rochester, N.H. Ella Sylvester was living in Philadelphia and in Lisbon Falls, Maine, during the time the letters were sent.
Collection relating to the circus career of "Yorkie the Clown," and restaurant owner from Camden, Maine. Includes correspondence, clippings, and memorabilia.
The collection contains a daily list of farm chores, diaries, and correspondence of the York family of New Sharon, Maine.
Papers, 1832-1854, include handwritten documents and printed ephemera relating to the women's strike and early labor organizing activities pertaining to the York Manufacturing Company mill in Saco, Maine.
Two diaries, one written in 1876 and one in 1917, by Frederick Osborne Young.
The collection contains minutes of YMCA meetings, annual reports, newsletters, information about conferences, etc.
Contains the records of a group founded in Machiasport, Maine, in 1890.
Collection contains a bank deposit book, check book, and receipt from the Old Town Trust Company. The account is in the name of W. I. Zeitler and dates to the 1920s.