Found in 29 Collections and/or Records:
2 inch videotape: Cohen for Senate, 26 Sep 1978
Campaign spots. Clip is bakery.
Airline Road & Airline Community Project
The collection consists of six interviews done by Joan Brooks and Jack Beard focused on the history of the Airline Road (Rt. 9 from Bangor to Calais, ME) and the Airline community ca. 1900.
Argyle Boom Collection
Bangor Waterfront Revitalization Collection
This collection consists of two interviews conducted by Pauleena MacDougall in November and December 2008 about the development of the Bangor waterfront. John M. Rohman was the CEO of WBRC, a firm of architects and engineers. Rodney McKay was Director of Community and Economic Development for the city of Bangor. Included in the collection is a copy of the Bangor Waterfront Master Plan and a Powerpoint presentation about Maine’s creative economy.
Boynton Family Letters
Coe Family Papers
Consist primarily of business records of the brothers Eben S. Coe and Thomas Upham Coe, with a few papers of Thomas's wife, Sada L. Coe.
Ruth I. Curran Diaries
Five diaries covering the years 1976-1979 and 1982 of a widow living in Bangor, Maine. Included in the diaries are descriptions of the weather and temperature each day, records of how much money she spent, her activities with Earle and her other friends and relatives, what she ate at home and at what restaurants she and Earle ate. Receipts for purchases which were kept in the diaries were removed and placed in separate folders.
William Engel Papers
The collection contains records of William Engel's timberlands business and of the firm of Lowell & Engel.
John Newcomer Feaster Papers
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.
Oscar F. Fellows Papers
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.
Moses Giddings Papers
This small collection contains both business and personal papers of Moses Giddings of Bangor, Maine.
Frederic Henry Hedge Letters
The letters of a Unitarian clergyman, scholar, and Transcendentalist.
Hill and McLaughlin Records
Business records of a firm of merchants in the early 19th century.
Joseph W. Humphrey Account Journals
The first ledger is an account ledger from Oct. 18, 1866 to Nov. 16, 1869 of Joseph W. Humphrey as a carpenter and mason in Bangor, Maine. The second ledger is an account ledger from Dec. 16, 1873 to Oct. 1878 and includes an inventory of Humphrey's estate, appraised in May 1878.
Jewish Experience of Bangor, Me.
Norman Minsky, Leonard Minsky, and Jordan Alpert discuss the Alpert-Cohen and Epstein families and their experiences being Jewish in and before moving to Bangor, Me.
Little City Bangor Collection
Interviews conducted by then MA history student Sarah K. Martin with Louis Rolnick, Dorrice Trickey Wetzler, and Suzanne “Sue” Hodgins Mock on their experiences growing up in the Little City neighborhood in Bangor, Maine.
Lois Derosiers, interviewed by Sheila Comerford
Madawaska Company Records
William H. McCrillis Papers
The William McCrillis papers deal primarily with his activities as an owner of large amounts of timberland in northern Maine. The collection also includes materials of his sister, Harriet Griswold and of members of her family.
John Dana Payson Diaries
15 diaries, 1885-1910, of John Dana Payson, a teacher, summer resort keeper, and pastor. Payson was born in Cushing, Maine in 1861. Diaries date from his time at seminary in Bucksport, followed by stations in Bangor, Dexter, Southport, Camden, and Union. Payson notes the weather, church activities such as marriages and funerals, and daily activities.
Peirce Family Papers
Papers of several generations of the Peirce family of Bangor, Maine centered on materials of Waldo Treat Peirce and his son, Mellen Chamberlain Peirce. Also included are papers of Mellen Peirce's father-in-law, William B. Hayford.
Penobscot Lumbering Association Records
The Penobscot Lumbering Association records consist primarily of legal, financial, and lumbering records maintained by the Association from the time of its incorporation in 1854 through the early 20th century. The collection is arranged in seven series: Organization and Administration, Financial, Purchasing, Labor, Lumbering Operations, Miscellaneous, and Ancillary Companies.
Penobscot Paddle and Chowder Society Records
The collection contains records of the Penobscot Paddle and Chowder Society, an organization in Bangor, Maine, for people interested in canoeing, kayaking and other outdoor activities. The materials center on environmental advocacy activities of the group in the 1970s.
Penobscot River Commercial Fisheries Project/David Taylor
The collection consists of a series of interviews with eight fishermen done by David Taylor on the commercial fisheries of the Penobscot River in Maine. Taylor interviewed men who fished for smelt, salmon, sturgeon, alewives, eels, and cod; also an eel wholesaler. Methods discussed include net fishing; weir fishing; and winter fishing. Towns discussed include Winterport; Frankfort; and Bangor.
Allen B. Pierce Papers
The collection contains papers reflecting Allen Pierce's service as master on various vessels, 1850-1881. A small group of personal papers is also included.
Recording of Norman Minsky, Leonard Minsky, and Jordan Alpert, interviewed by Elizabeth Stevens, October 4, 2017
Recording of Norman Minsky, Leonard Minsky, and Jordan Alpert, interviewed by Elizabeth Stevens, September 27, 2017
Clarence C. Stetson Papers
Personal papers of Clarence C. Stetson who was born in Bangor, Maine, in 1884, the son of Edward and Edith Stetson.
Stetson Family Papers
The Stetson family papers consist primarily of the business and personal papers of George Stetson, his sons Edward and Isaiah Kidder, and Isaiah's son Irving G. Stetson. They reflect the involvement of the Stetsons in the lumbering, slate mining, ice harvesting, and banking businesses in Bangor, Maine, the northern woods of Maine, and in New Brunswick.