Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Brice Booker, interviewed by Lee Foster
Abstract 0873 Brice Booker, interviewed by Lee Foster, March 30, 1975, Brunswick, Maine. Booker talks about Brunswick in the early 1900s; doctors making house calls; trolleys; animal ownership among townspeople; Brunswick schools; local businesses; recollections of Joshua Chamberlain; his paper route; African-American families in Brunswick; weakness of the suffrage movement; the old town hall building and its multiple uses; entertainment, particularly dances; rules and discipline for children;...
Richard T. Dunlap Receipt Book
Identifier: SpC MS 0710-sc
A receipt book for payments by Richard T. Dunlap. Some of the entries are for taxes received and the last entry is for money received from the estate of R.T. Dunlap dated April 6, 1864.
Dates: April 23 1831- April 6 1864
Thomas M. Giveen Account Book and Papers
Identifier: SpC MS 0990-sc
An account book and loose letters and notes kept by a lawyer practicing in Brunswick, Maine in the late 19th century.
Students/Alumni Records (University Of Maine). Pinkham (Lawrence D.) Papers
Identifier: UA RG 0010-006
Content Description Papers from Lawrence Pinkham, who attended UMaine Orono in the late 1940s. Pinkham was a history/journalism major and worked on The Maine Journalist and The Maine Annex newspapers. He was editor-in-chief of The Maine Campus in 1950.The record group includes:Copies of the University of Maine student newspapers The Maine Journalist (May, 1950), with Pinkham photographed on the front cover and a mention of him being admitted to Columbia University, copies of The Maine...
Student paper, by Judith Ocker
1433 By Judith Ocker for AY 13 (Bowdoin College), fall 1980, Brunswick and Topsham, Maine. 30 pp. ms. Paper titled "Folk Cookery in the Brunswick-Topsham Area." Text: 30 pp. paper.
Student paper, by Mary Rees
1434 By Mary Rees for AY 13 (Bowdoin College), fall 1980, Bath and Brunswick, Maine. 24 pp. ms. Paper titled "Bath Iron Works: An Oral History." Text: 24 pp. paper.