Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
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...
Collection Scope and Content This collection documents Isaacson's research and writing of Seed of Sarah, her Holocaust memoir. The collection consists of research material, including papers relating to a reunion of former inmates of the Lichtenau concentration camp. Also included are original drafts with editorial comments and revisions, publication documentation, and reviews of the published book. There is also material documenting Isaacson's public appearances, including reactions and correspondence from New England...
Collection Scope and Content
This collection consists of nine educational booklets Hayward created for the Thorncrag Bird Sanctuary in Lewiston on topics such as fungi, trees, the senses, nature hikes, birds, wildflowers, insects and squirrels.
Dates: 1991-1997, undated; Majority of material found in 1995