Lewiston (Me.) -- History
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Central Labor Union (Lewiston, Me.) Records
The collection contains a volume of minutes of meetings of the Central Labor Union from 1924-1930. It also includes a small amount of correspondence dating from 1930 as well as a few certificates of membership in the union. The correspondence includes letters from Arthur R. Gould and Frederick Hale, both United States senators from Maine.
E. L. Staples Ledger
Ledger of an unidentified lumber business, probably that of E.L. Staples, Lewiston, Maine. The company, owned by Ernest L. Staples, was a box and lumber manufacturer and dealt in lumber, moldings, flooring, doors, windows, and box shooks. It also did band-sawing, planing and jobbing.
Ledger used by an unidentified surveyor or engineer presumably in Lewiston, Maine, to record work such as surveying lots, writing descriptions of land, providing plans for a bridge, etc. Customers include the city of Lewiston, the Sandy River Valley Railway, and the Lewiston-Auburn Water Power Co., as well as private individuals.
Ledger No. 1 (1874-1875)
Ledger from an unidentified general store possibly in Lewiston, Maine, listing names of customers, materials and goods purchased, and amounts paid. Items listed are primarily foods (butter, lard, apples, bread, pork, cranberries, etc.) but also include paper, tobacco, oil and dry-goods.
North Lewiston Farmers' Club Secretary's Book
Records including constitution, list of members, and minutes of meetings for a society in Lewiston, Maine, formed to promote interest in agriculture and welfare of the farmer.
“Our Life, Our Work” Western Maine Older Citizens Council/Marcella Sorg and Stefan Duplessis
Park Street Methodist Church (Lewiston, Me.) Treasurer's Records
Records of the church treasurer and eight collectors who received weekly contributions from occupants of pews in their respective sections of the church.