Photography -- Maine
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Photo albums of scenes of Maine, mostly Central and Eastern Maine, the coast and the mountains.
Photos of UMaine campus activities and events.
NA1132 John B. Skinner, interviewed by Arthur Ruston, November 17, 1977-November 22, 1977, for AY 125, fall 1977, Veazie, Maine. Skinner talks about Veazie history, older houses, notable people, sections of town; family; genealogy; life as a photographer. Text: 17 pp., brief catalog. Recording: mfc_na1132_t1195_01. (T 1195). Time: 2 hours.
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 Included in the collection is the unpublished manuscripts for a book on light and color and exhibition materials.
Photo prints depicting woods work and life in the lumber woods (ca. 1890-1930).
The collection consists of five black & white photographs, primarily from Maine. One photograph is a view of the Penobscot River from 1928; one photograph is a Christmas postcard, of a house, from Herbert R. Jellison; one photograph is a cropped view of the Maine Central Railroad Station, Thomaston, Maine; one photograph is of a catch of trout caught at Winstanley Lake, Alaska, 1937; one photograph is the grave marker for Rose Bolduc, written in French, who died by accident in 1931.
Collection consists of 136, 8” x 10”, photoprints of Mainers engaged in their occupations.