Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
A volume from an unidentified person recording atmospheric pressure three times per day in 1861 and 1862 at an unidentified location. Observations on wind direction and other weather events are also included for some entries.
Log of Captain Clyson James Coffin of a fishing trawler (unnamed) operating off the Maine and Canadian coast, 1933-1947, with loose notes and charts inserted in pages. Documents fishing depths, times and courses on trawl, and totals trawled as well as times passing buoys and marks.
Log of the Lewiston-Auburn Fire Department from 1905 to 1921. Includes records of the fire alarms answered as well as monthly expenses of the fire house.
Pages from ship's logbook kept by master of the Brig Tamworth, running between Boston and Gibraltar; probably written by James Hamor. Contains navigational information, weather observations, and comments regarding rations.
Logbook of the Steamer Governor Dingley from July 24, 1905 to March 28, 1906. The Dingley made the run from Boston to Portland and back. It made the Boston to Winterport run from Dec. 30, 1905 to Jan. 6, 1906.
Logbook of voyages from Woahoo [Oahu, Hawaii?] towards Norfolk Sound [Norfolk Island?], from Norfolk Sound to Woahoo, and from Woahoo to Canton, China during 1816. Vessel unknown. Author unknown.
Maine Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Entomology field notebook number 177 from June 1 to August 31. Details orchard spraying and insect counting in Sanford and Berwick area. Signed by “Board 75”.
A daily log of weather conditions, who was on watch and general remarks by a lighthouse keeper in Maine.
Handwritten logbooks of the life-saving station in Maine, part of the U.S. Life-Saving Service, First District. H.F. Norton was the keeper of the station and kept the logbooks which cover the periods 1877 Nov. 1 to 1878 Aug. 28 and 1879 Sept. 1 to 1880 July 26. Daily entries include weather, condition of station, crew present, number of passing vessels, and remarks. When a shipwreck occurred detailed records were kept.
Photocopy of the daily logbook of the Upsalquitch Salmon Club, a private fishing club on the Upsalquith River, New Brunswick. Entries document guests at the club, the fishing conditions, the weather, etc. Also includes a photocopy of a letter written by Belton Allyn Copp on August 22, 1995, to Morris Tyler, of Gumbart, Corbin, Tyler & Cooper, New Haven, Conn.
Logbook of the Schooner Vigilent during a cod fishing voyage from Cutler to the Grand Manan Banks. The logbook was kept by Samuel H. Brown and the names of the fishermen were Andrew Ramsdale, Amos Brann, and Joseph Ramsdell.
This collection is a mix of personal and business documents concerning families other than the Westerfield Family. These documents include ships logs and diaries, personal diaries, account books, and letters. A few other family related documents are included.
A volume maintained by an unidentified person in Westbrook, Maine, detailing days of work performed by various individuals and their pay. Only a few entries describe the kinds of work done, such as sawing wood, mending chains, repairing irons for wagons, etc.