Kennebec County (Me.)
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Androscoggin and Kennebec Railroad Company Records
Identifier: SpC MS 0019
Primarily records of the treasurer's office of the Waterville, Maine, railroad company.
Dates: 1847-1870; Majority of material found within 1850-1856
Sewall Company Aerial Photographs Collection
Identifier: SpC MS 1900
Scope and Contents
The Sewall Company Aerial Photographs collection, 1940 to circa 2014, consists of nearly 1 million aerial images donated by the James W. Sewall Co. in Old Town, Maine. The collection contains original aerial photography of Maine and New England, as well as a series of aerial photographs of Vietnam in 1966, captured by Sewall over the span of 65 years. In addition, nearly 100 boxes of maps and documentation are included.
Dates: 1940s-circa 2014
Faculty Records. Terrell (Carroll F.) Papers
Identifier: UA RG 0011-054
Scope and Contents The records mainly contain textual information created and curated by Carroll F. Terrell who as was a nationally known scholar on the works of the poet Ezra Pound, but there is also photographic material and audio recordings of a conference on Ezra Pound held at the University of Maine in August, 1980. The records cover Terrell’s academic career at the University of Maine, but also his work as the founder of the National Poetry Foundation and Northern Lights Press in Orono, as well as editor...
Dates: 1949-2001; Majority of material found within 1960-1990
Traditional Music of Maine Project Collection
Scope and Contents The collection includes 37 cassette recordings of interviews (now digitized) with 44 individuals in addition to performances. Traditional Music of Maine celebrates the musical legacies of a variety of Maine folk communities by exploring their cultural and historical significance through oral history interviews with musicians and other community members. The tapes introduce the general public to the remarkable diversity and vitality of Maine's musical traditions. Program...