Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
The collection is a ten page magazine style publication from the early 20th century, consisting of social announcements, advertisements, schedules of entertainments, and short literary pieces. The volume deals largely with the social life of Bar Harbor, Maine.
The records of a publishing company in Freeport, Maine. Included are financial records, correspondence with authors, business correspondence, proofs, advertising materials and some illustrations, half tones, and manuscripts.
The papers of Isabel Burger pertain mostly to her work with the Children's Experimental Theater and the Children's Theater Association. The collection includes correspondence, scripts, bylaws, minutes, financial, and other records concerning the children's theater organizations.
Documents of a general store in Winterport, Maine. Among the letters are some personal ones including one about petitioning in a murder / assault case.
The papers of a naval architect and designer and the corporation that he owned. Included are correspondence, designs, blueprints, conference materials, advertisements and other records of Cyrus Hamlin's design firm and his company Ocean Research Corporation.
Papers and letters relating to research for travel guides for senior citizens. Included are the letters Gomer Lewis received in doing research for his guides, newspaper clippings, reviews of his guides, and advertising material for the guides from Hammond Inc.
Collection includes catalogues, price lists, brochures, and advertising.
The Muench papers are the work of a Maine artist, an internationally known lithographer. Included are correspondence, personal letters, exhibition catalogs, reviews, and articles about his work.
A collection of town items such as ordinances, photos, and records from organizations in Orono, Maine. Includes historical as well as recent items, covering a broad range of topics.
Remick family papers include items that date to the late 17th century. Most of the papers concern Oliver P. Remick and his service in the U.S. Revenue Cutter Service, forerunner of the U.S. Coast Guard, from 1876-1895. Included are some earlier and later family materials, and historical Revenue Cutter Service materials. Also contains unpublished manuscripts of Martha Remick.
The Daniel T. Richardson papers cover the period during and after the Civil War in East Baldwin, Maine. Included are records of Richardson's retail store, his town service, his political involvement, his postal service, and papers pertaining to his pension claims service.
The papers of Harry T. Treworgy include advertisements from his establishments and items from his service to the state of Maine. Included in this are correspondence, petitions, and reports. There are a few photographic prints.
Collection relating to the circus career of "Yorkie the Clown," and restaurant owner from Camden, Maine. Includes correspondence, clippings, and memorabilia.