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Maine -- Description and travel -- Views

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Down East Magazine Calendars

 Collection — Box 578
Identifier: SpC MS 0147
Scope and Contents

Calendars illustrated with scenes of Maine published by Down East magazine. There are wall calendars (1966-1968, 1971-1975, 2007-) and 8 engagement calendars (1963, 1965-1968, 1971, 1972, 1974).

Dates: 1963-1975

Maine Photograph and Postcard Collection

Identifier: SpC MS 0407-sc
Abstract The collection provides views of Maine from the early 20th century. It includes a photographic postcard "B. & A.R.R. Series. State Line Tunnel", produced by The Hugh C. Leighton Co., manufacturers, Portland, Me.; a photographic postcard probably of the Boothbay area produced by McDougall & Keefe, Boothbay Harbor, Me.; a photographic postcard "Main Street, Damariscotta, Maine", produced by American Art Post Card Co., Boston, Mass.; a picture postcard "Damariscotta Lake, Damariscotta,...
Dates: 1912-1930?

Maine Postcard Collection

Identifier: SpC MS 0419
Scope and Contents

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.

Dates: 1900-1950

Faye Hibbard Pottle Postcard Collection

Identifier: SpC MS 0420

Postcards collected by Faye Hibbard Pottle of Perry, Maine.

Dates: undated

View Across the Boundary Line (from the Sugar-loaf) by W.H. Bartlett and S. Bradshaw

Identifier: SpC MS 1873-sc
Content Description

The collection consists of a black and white print of the engraving, "View Across the Boundary Line (from the Sugar-loaf)" by the artist William Henry Bartlett and engraved by Samuel Bradshaw. Beneath the illustration is the title written in French and German. The print, or page, appears to have been part of book, but has been removed. The reverse containts an advertisement for oil and water paints from a store in New York City. The piece is undated.

Dates: Majority of material found within around 1840