Found in 38 Collections and/or Records:
Legal documents, mostly deeds to property in Winterport, Maine, belonging to Ebenezer Blaisdell. Also included are deeds and other legal documents dating from 1897-1937 of Abraham Lincoln Blaisdell for properties in Winterport.
Papers of Joshua A. Blen and his wife Emily A. Blen of Dresden, Maine. The family name is also spelled Blenn. The collection contains mostly deeds for property bought and sold by the Blens. A notebook from an unidentified compiler containing information on births, deaths and marriages in an unidentified community is also found in the collection; its relationship to the Blen family is not clear.
The papers of a lumberman and farmer in Houlton, Maine. Included are account books, financial records, correspondence, deeds, leases, ledgers, receipts, Dunn family papers, stumpage records, tax information, and time books.
The collection includes correspondence of Ephraim Flint from 1839 to 1867, with most of the letters dating from 1847 to 1853. The letters mostly concern political appointments sought by Flint and others along with some letters involving his law practice. The collection also contains deeds, legal papers, notes and receipts dating from 1850 to 1867.
The collection contains typescript copies of deeds for land in Meduncook, Lincoln County, Maine from 1762 to 1807, when Maine was still a part of Massachusetts. Meduncook was later called Friendship, and a part of Lincoln County became Knox County in 1860. Included also are Rilley Bradford's handwritten and typescript copy of comments on deeds, handwritten notes on the history of Meduncook, and two unfinished handwritten legal agreements dated 1840.
The papers of the Haley family living in Kittery, Maine. Included are bills, receipts, tax records, deeds, promissory notes, and agreements mainly regarding Thomas Haley. Included also are papers concerning Newbury Haley and other Haley family members.
Correspondence, 1900-1902, from company president, Hugh Chisholm, or his secretary, E.W. Hyde, to Simon B. Gates, in Winn, Maine. Most letters concern land purchases for the company. Collection also includes copies of deeds, 1873-1901, for land in Winn and Mattawamkeag, Maine, as well as invoices, 1902, to Gates primarily for purchase of wood and other supplies.
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 William McCrillis papers deal primarily with his activities as an owner of large amounts of timberland in northern Maine. The collection also includes materials of his sister, Harriet Griswold and of members of her family.
The collection contains correspondence, legal documents, and other personal papers of several individuals who lived in Exeter, Maine in the 19th and 20th centuries.
The folders mainly contain textual material, particularly; correspondence, memorandums, press releases, and reports. But there are some books, photographs and artifacts such as plaques, banners, and a medal and media such as cassette, video, and radio tapes, film and Compact Discs.
The collection contains personal papers of various members of the Paul family of Eliot, Maine, as well as a few documents from the Bartlett, Hammond, Leighton and Shapleigh families of Eliot. A folder of papers of Horace Remick is also included.
Papers of several generations of the Peirce family of Bangor, Maine centered on materials of Waldo Treat Peirce and his son, Mellen Chamberlain Peirce. Also included are papers of Mellen Peirce's father-in-law, William B. Hayford.
The collection contains notes and information on the Perkins family gathered and compiled from around 1911 to 1913 by Enoch Perkins of Malden, Massachusetts. Also included are letters to various generations of the family written between 1772 and 1885 as well as legal documents, wills, deeds, receipts and other family papers dating from 1700 to 1901.
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.