Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Frances Peabody papers
Collection Scope and Content Series 1 consists of the files set up by Peabody as she worked her way through the process of writing and publishing Tate House: Crown of the Maine Mast Trade. The files document the steps necessary to see a project through, ie., multiple drafts, publicizing, printers, funding, and reviews by peers. Peabody's original file titles and order were retained as much as possible. Series 2 contains multiple black and white images in publication layout telling the story of the merger between...
Dates: 1920-1997; Majority of material found in 1930-1940
Found in: Maine Women Writers Collection / Frances Peabody papers
Marie Donahue papers
Collection Scope and Content The Marie Donahue papers offer a unique portrait of a literary life anchored in South Berwick, Maine, much of it centering around Sarah Orne Jewett. There is correspondence between Donahue and numerous literary figures including Gladys Hasty Carroll, Dorothy Healy, and Douglas Alvord, as well as Senators Margaret Chase Smith and George Mitchell. The collection also includes letters between Donahue and her editors at various magazines, as well as letters from her former students. There is a...
Found in: Maine Women Writers Collection / Marie Donahue papers
Mt. Vernon Ladies' Association of the Union records
Collection Scope and Content
This collection contains correspondence relating to fundraising activities, two copies of the Association's newsletter, the Association's constitution and by-laws, and other related material. The bulk of the letters are addressed to Arabella Carter, Agent of the Mt. Vernon Ladies' Association for Oxford County, from Abba Isabella Little, Vice Regent of the Mt. Vernon Ladies' Association for the state of Maine.