Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
Consists mostly of correspondence relating to Atkins' position as superintendent of the federal salmon hatchery at Grand Lake Stream. There are also records of financial transactions.
Letters and papers of the Coffin Family of Bangor, Me. Includes letters between Harold W. and Grace Bristol Coffin and their children, and a number of manuscripts written by Harold W. Coffin.
The papers of a stage and vaudeville star. Included are letters, newspaper clippings, photographs, postcards, and memorabilia concerning her family and her stage career.
Postcards showing scenes from various fishing villages and ports in Maine, including Boothbay Harbor, Bucksport, Friendship, Kennebunkport, Monhegan Island, Ogunquit, Rockland and Vinalhaven. Shown are fishermen, fish houses and wharves, and lobster shacks as well as activities such as drying fish, lobstering, cleaning fish, trout fishing, clamming, sardine packing, etc. The collection also includes a copy of a photograph showing unidentified boys sitting by a fish house.
The collection contains approximately 26,760 postcards covering a wide variety of places and subjects. It also contains cards signed by various postcard artists. It includes over 8000 postcards arranged by subject, approximately 6000 antique postcards including 650 cards with views of the state of Maine, and 5259 postcards of steamships, battleships, foreign ships, and ocean liners.
Collection of postcards and calendars illustrated with photos taken by Paul Knaut. Included in the collection is the unpublished manuscripts for a book on light and color and exhibition materials.
Collection contains 674 postcards mostly from the early part of the 20th century, 2 books of postcards, and 4 photographs. Some of the postcards have messages and have been sent in the mail. The views include buildings, towns, historic sites, scenic views, etc. of Maine.
Postcards collected by Faye Hibbard Pottle of Perry, Maine.
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.
Vintage post card depicting La Grande Roue, Paris on the front; verso has message dated Oct. 20, 1918 describing conditions at camp and being confined due to “flu.” Signed “H” and addressed to his mother Mrs. FT Wood, Steuben, Maine, USA .