Lincoln County (Me.)
Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
1180 Allen K. Jewett, interviewed by Michael Chaney, spring 1978, Topsham, Maine. 91 pp. Tape: 2 hrs. w/ cat. Jewett, former Head Tide area resident, talks about his apple orchard business in the early 1900s. Copy of "Alna: Paradise on the Sheepscot," Down East, Sept. 1977, 68-75. Text: catalog. Recording: T 1242 - T 1243 2 hours.
1201 Catherine Colby and Martha Vaughan, interviewed by Michael Chaney, summer 1978, Wiscasset, Maine. 7 pp. Tape: 1/2 hr. w/ brief cat. Colby and Vaughan talk about the E. Joseph Leighton photograph collection owned by the Lincoln County Cultural and Historical Association. Text: brief catalog. Recording: T 1260 1/2 hour.
1150 Charlotte Donnel, interviewed by Michael Chaney, spring 1978. Newcastle and Sheepscot Village, Maine. 140 pp. Tape: 4 hrs. w/ cat. Donnel talks about Sheepscot area history. Map and 317 photos (E. Joseph Leighton and Leighton photographs). Text: catalog. Recording: T 1213 - T 1215 4 hours. RESTRICTED: Photos: P 1922 - P 2238.
1178 Elinor Lewis, interviewed by Michael Chaney, spring 1978, Wiscasset, Maine. 8 pp. Tape: 1/2 hr. w/ brief cat. Lewis talks about Joe Leighton and his wife, at the Lincoln County Courthouse. Text: brief catalog. Recording: T 1240 1/2 hour.
1204 Harold Shea, Sr., interviewed by Michael Chaney, summer 1978, Wiscasset, Maine. 44 pp. Tape: 1 hr. w/ brief cat. & trans. Shea talks about the Turner Center Creamery. Text: brief catalog and transcript. Recording: T 1262 1 hour.
1179 Helen Erskine, interviewed by Michael Chaney, spring 1978, Wiscasset, Maine. 9 pp. Tape: 1 1/2 hrs. w/ brief cat. Erskine talks about Joe Leighton; Alna and Wiscasset area history. Text: brief catalog. Recording: T 1241 1 1/2 hours.
A collection of documents from the County Clerk of Lincoln County, Maine. Most of the documents were issued in 1808 requesting the various towns in the county to appoint members of the town to serve as jurors in Wiscasset. The towns included Wiscasset, Bristol, Litchfield, Boothbay, Camden, Union, Lewiston, Bowdoinham, Bowdoin, Lisbon, Thomaston, Edgecomb, and Bath. Included also are court judgments from 1818 and 1880 and one which has no date and a court summons from 1811.
A collection of legal and municipal documents mostly from Lincoln County, Maine in the eighteenth and early nineteeth centuries. Includes a wide range of documents.
The Lincoln County Project Collection includes the tape recorded interviews, copy prints of photos from the Joseph Leighton Collection, and paper documents pertaining to the exhibit and the tapes. Copy prints of images from the E. Joseph (“Joe”) Leighton Photograph Collection are found in the Northeast Archives as P01922 - P02238.
1210 By Michael Chaney, fall 1978, Lincoln County, Maine. 28 pp. ms. Copy of text which accompanies the E. Joseph Leighton Photograph exhibit, displayed at Memorial Union, UMaine, May 10-30, 1979. Exhibit done by Chaney with a youth-grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities. Text: 30 pp. paper.
Maurice Pendleton, Brian Pendleton, Mary Marston, and Steven McAllister, interviewed by Michael Chaney
1205 Maurice Pendleton, Brian Pendleton, Mary Marston, and Steven McAllister interviewed by Michael Chaney, summer 1978, Wiscasset, Maine. 9 pp. Tape: 1/2 hr. w/ trans. Recollections of two unrecorded interviews, one with the Pendletons about Pendleton’s Market, and another with Marston about Wiscasset; information from McAllister about the Stanley H. Miner, a four-masted vessel built in Newcastle, Maine in 1902. Text: transcript. Recording: T 1263 1/2 hour.
1200 Nina Cheney, interviewed by Michael Chaney, summer 1978, Alna, Maine. 54 pp. Tape: 1 1/2 hrs. w/ cat. & trans. Cheney, 80, talks about Alna area history, farming, and Dr. A. M. Card. Text: catalog and transcript. Recording: T 1259 1 1/2 hours.
1151 Ruth Bryant, Raymond Emerson, Charles Reay, interviewed by Michael Chaney, spring 1978, North Newcastle, Maine. 121 pp. Tape: 2 hrs. w/ trans. Bryant, Emerson, and Reay talk about various portable sawmill operations in the Sheepscot-Newcastle area and Joe Leighton. Discussion of Leighton photographs and identification of people in them. Text: transcript. Recording: T 1216 - T 1217 2 hours.
The Sewall Company Aerial Photographs collection, 1940 to circa 2014, consists of nearly 1 million aerial images donated by the James W. Sewall Co. in Old Town, Maine. The collection contains original aerial photography of Maine and New England, as well as a series of aerial photographs of Vietnam in 1966, captured by Sewall over the span of 65 years. In addition, nearly 100 boxes of maps and documentation are included.