Found in 24 Collections and/or Records:
The papers of a Bates College professor, a biologist, and a poet. Included are correspondence, manuscripts of writing and poems. Materials concern biology, ecology, poetry, and class work.
Correspondence, printed matter, and reports pertaining mainly to Condon's major interests in the kindergarten, vocation education, home economics, and moral education movements.
A journal kept by Hale between Aug. 9 and Oct. 28, 1802, recording information about his travels in Maine as a member of the Hampshire Missionary Society. In the journal he outlines the places where he visited and preached, people he met, etc.
Journal recording details of a voyage of an unidentified vessel from Trapani, Italy in 1885. The journal covers the dates June 12 through June 30, and the first page indicates that this volume is a continuation of the journal.
The volume records the amounts and kinds of timber that V.A. Hartley contracted to raft for the Arestook Boom Company to St. John, presumably New Brunswick. Each entry is headed "Spring Hill" and dated 1848. The volume also records wages, paid in pounds and shillings, to individual loggers for running timber for the company.
The records of the Josselyn Botanical Society of Maine include meeting minutes, newsletters, correspondence, scrapbooks, and clippings recording the society's activities. It also includes journals, lantern slides, and microscope slides documenting the information gathered by the society.
The collection contains both academic and family papers of Lucius H. Merrill and of his son, Edward O. Merrill, and Alan Merrill. These include lecture notes, research notes, letters, correspondence, diaries, and journals.
A handwritten daily journal of a fire spotter in Maine. It includes personal memoirs and official records during the summers Paul Ware was a watchman for fires. Included also are a map, a newspaper clipping about the phasing out of fire rangers, and photographs.
Collection of personal journals of one of the founders and first curator of the Abbe Museum at Acadia National park. Materials are related to geology and archaeology and include some correspondence, original illustrations of Native American artifacts, books, and pamphlets used by Walter B. Smith. Archaeological journals have been transcribed and indexed.
Diary kept by Spinney of his bird sightings in Maine. The volume also has newspaper clippings about Spinney and the Maine Ornithological Society pasted in the first few pages.
The Stetson family papers consist primarily of the business and personal papers of George Stetson, his sons Edward and Isaiah Kidder, and Isaiah's son Irving G. Stetson. They reflect the involvement of the Stetsons in the lumbering, slate mining, ice harvesting, and banking businesses in Bangor, Maine, the northern woods of Maine, and in New Brunswick.
Collection contains papers of various members of the Peirce and Williamson families of Maine. Included are a photograph album, copybook of poetry and a typescript of a journal, 1851-1853, of Ada H. Peirce Williamson; the journal was edited by her niece Ada Peirce McCormick. Also included are a few letters, typescripts, and materials related to family genealogy.
Financial records of a local electric utility in Maine. Included are a journal (Dec. 1915-Dec. 1920), a ledger (June 1915-Aug. 1921), Cash Receipts (Dec. 1917-1919, 1919-1920), Cash Disbursements (Jan. 1916-Dec. 1920), Cash Book (July 1920-Aug. 1921), Voucher Register (June 1915-June 1920), and an operating journal (Jan.-July 1921).
Financial records of a local electric utility in Maine. Included are a cash book for the Wiscasset Electric Company (Apr. 1912-1916) and for the Wiscasset Light and Power Company a journal (1916-1920), a ledger (1916-1920), a cash book (1916-1920), and an operating journal (Jan.-Dec. 1920).
Financial records of a local electric utility in Maine. Included are a cash book (Apr.-Aug. 1921), an operating journal (Mar. 1921-Aug. 1921), and a ledger (Apr.-July 1921).