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Collection Scope and Content Correspondence between Gary W. Woolson, a Bangor, Maine, used book seller, and various Maine women authors and others, including Marie Donahue, Rose Ricker, Pat Lewis and MWWC curator Dorothy Healy. Many of the items he bought and sold were to do with Maine history. Also included are publication announcements of Maine titles, an inventory of books from the library of Harriet Prescott Spofford (1974) and a chapbook published by Woolson entitled "Bangor in 1835--A Letter written by Olive Field."...
Dates: circa 1948-2010
Collection Scope and Content Includes published and unpublished poems, articles.
Collection Scope and Content This collection includes correspondence from Georgiana to her husband and her mother-in-law, and from her husband when he was in the Maine Senate. There are several verse manuscripts, one of which ("Dirge") is signed by Georgiana Barrows. Also included are 2 sheets of music (one unsigned manuscript, one published piece of music by Edward Howe, Jr.) There are also several photographs, including one of Georgiana, her husband and children, taken circa 1890.
Dates: 1856-1904; Majority of material found within 1856-1890
Collection Scope and Content This collection consists of a biography of Sylvia Stanislaus written by Mills.
Collection Scope and Content Collection consists of a series of letters from Yasuo Hashiguchi, Jewett scholar, to Gladys Hager, written in 1992 and related to discussion of Dorothy Healy.
Collection Scope and Content The bulk of the manuscript material is correspondence with Burton Trafton, beginning in the late 1930s focusing on the years of World War II through 1990. There is also correspondence with Dorothy Healy exchanged during the 1980s. Other items in this collection are examples of the author's original typescripts with edits, critical reviews and acclamations, interviews, newspaper clippings, photographs of the author in her youth, copies of a newsletter series developed about her, printer’s dummy...
Collection Scope and Content Includes musical score and unpublished poetry.
Collection Scope and Content Includes three collections of poems from Glenna Botting.
Found in: University of New England Art Galleries
Found in: University of New England Art Galleries
Collection Scope and Content These papers are organized into two series. Series 1 consists of book manuscript material pertaining to Blackberry Season: A Time to Mourn, A Time to Heal, published in 1993 by LuraMedia. Included are drafts of essays and chapters, correspondence, worksheets, illustrations, revisions, proofs and printer’s mechanicals produced between 1983 and 2009. Series 2 consists of three folders of materials pertaining to other projects, including correspondence, clippings and memorabilia.
Dates: 1955, 1988-1999
Collection Scope and Content This brief series of letters to a woman named Caroline (1852-53) and an agent named Mr. Libby (1855) describe Harriet McNeil's attempt to sell her patrimony and arrange for Caroline to receive the money so that she could travel to live in Alabama with Mrs. McNeil. Caroline was living in or near Lewiston Falls, Maine and received the letters from a Reverend John Elliot. In the letters to Caroline, McNeil provides detailed travel advice about places to visit, describes the clothing she will need...
Collection Scope and Content The collection of approximately a dozen files includes ephemera and one piece of correspondence related to Uncle Tom's Cabin, one tract by Stowe, 20th century published scholarship about her literary and personal life, two undated stereoscopic views possibly at her Florida residence and an undated photograph of the author. Also an extensive collection of her works published in magazines and newspapers.
Collection Scope and Content This collection consists of the author's pieces published in late 19th and early 20th centuries magazines, biographical material, a pencil sketch of Spofford, and research about Spofford by scholars. Approximately one dozen periodicals containing over 40 of the author's works are housed in the periodical collection. Approximately two dozen books from the author's personal library, listed in folder 009, are also available.
Collection Scope and Content The 32 letters in the collection span the years 1809-1821. The first are from friends and addressed to Harriet Payson, her maiden name. After 1812, she is addressed as Mrs. Harriet Flagg. There is one letter that she wrote to Marian McLain in 1811; the rest of the correspondence is to her from P.E. Theobold, Mary M. Parker, Catherine Patton, Martha Hubbard, A. Chaland, Caroline Moore, Mary Sewell, E. Sewell, Daniel French, Nathaniel Coffin, Lucy Sedge, and Henry Flagg (brother-in-law?). The...
Collection Scope and Content This collection includes typescripts, correspondence, photographs, a 1905-1909 diary, and memorabilia. Also in collection are an 1812 math exercise book once belonging to her great-grandfather Elias Plimpton and a small sculpture of a mother duck and five ducklings made of metal with a slate base.
Dates: 1812-1978; Majority of material found within 1940-1970
Collection — Drawer: 9
Collection Scope and Content The collection includes 13 oil paintings (1 on canvas, 10 on board, 2 on paper), as well as 35 charcoal drawings (16 drawings on mat board). The subjects of the pieces are mostly people, some of whom appear to be African-American. Many of the portraits are painted or drawn in profile. There are also a few landscapes and still-life drawings. Some pieces are signed, and a few are dated.
Dates: 1887-1889, undated
Collection Scope and Content This collection contains photographs, interviews and reviews, and her son's memorial tribute.
Collection Scope and Content Includes photocopies of poetry and letter from Dorothy Healy.
Collection Scope and Content Includes photographs, "Nine Mile Bridge" Forward, paper and review.
Collection Scope and Content This collection includes articles, postcard, reviews, grant application.
Collection Scope and Content Collection includes typescript carbon of account of Canadian trip, notebook with itinerary, postcards, and diary of 1957 European travels of Helen Pitman and Anna S. Perry.
Dates: 1957, undated
Collection Scope and Content Includes correspondence, holograph and typed poetry.
Collection Scope and Content This collection includes both typescript poems and [published?] poems as well as a letter.
- Maine Women Writers Collection 404
- New England Osteopathic Heritage Center 54
- Westbrook College History Collection 40
- University of New England Art Galleries 2
- Special Collections & Archives 2
- Correspondence 204
- Clippings 186
- Photographs 121
- American poetry -- 20th century 98
- Ephemera 85
- Manuscripts 67
- Portland (Me.) 64
- Typescripts 57
- Obituaries 53
- Osteopathic Medicine -- History 48
- Osteopathic Medicine 46
- Facsimiles 36
- Diaries 34
- Scrapbooks 29
- Promotional materials 28
- Osteopathic Medicine -- Maine 27
- Maine 25
- Postcards 23
- Children's literature, American 20
- Pamphlets 18 ∧ less
- University of New England (Me.). College of Osteopathic Medicine 11
- Westbrook Junior College 11
- Jewett, Sarah Orne, 1849-1909 9
- Maine Osteopathic Association 9
- Sarton, May, 1912-1995 9
- Westbrook College 8
- American Osteopathic Association 6
- Healy, Dorothy, 1914-1990 6
- New England Osteopathic Association 5
- Pettapiece, Carmen 5
- Wiggin, Kate Douglas Smith, 1856-1923 5
- Coatsworth, Elizabeth, 1893-1986 4
- Deborah Morton Society (University of New England) 4
- Massachusetts Osteopathic Hospital 4
- Millay, Edna St. Vincent, 1892-1950 4
- Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine 4
- Sweat, Margaret J. M. (Margaret Jane Mussey), 1823-1908 4
- Thaxter, Celia, 1835-1894 4
- University of New England (Me.) 4
- Bowdoin College 3 ∧ less