Found in 23 Collections and/or Records:
This collection includes family correspondence, postcards, property deeds, Pinkham family genealogy and a photograph of the Beede home.
This collection contains a spiral-bound festschrift book created for Bettinson by Mathias Fine Art in 2009, composed of color and black and white reproductions of Bettinson's work and essays by 24 contributors, five of whom are women of Maine: Paola Biola, Georgiana Peacher, Cordula Mathias, Britta Konau and Genetta McLean.
This collection contains records primarily dating from 1907 to 1972 including administrative records, publications and ephemera. The majority of the collection is made up of photographs documenting the camp throughout its existence. The images include photographs of the camp, various activities and groups of campers and staff.
This collection includes drafts and publication material relating to Ipcar's 1990 collection of fantasy short stories, The Nightmare and Her Foal. Also in the collection are articles and essays by and about the author (including a draft of her autobiography for the Gale Dictionary of Literary Biography), art exhibit catalogs, and notecards designed and signed by Ipcar. There are also several original works of art by Ipcar.
This collection consists of materials related to the presentation of Fitzpatricks' play, including promotional postcards, programs, and three copies of the DVD recording of the performance.
The collection contains two sets of "Queens of Literature" playing cards, several postcards, a broadside poem, a clipping, a bookmark, a pin with a photo of May Sarton, and a manuscript poem.
This collection consists mostly of published articles and essays on Maine history, written by Butler between 1970-1986. Also included are promotional material and reviews for her published books, and one folder of biographical material.
This collection holds a sampling of material related to the author: news articles and reviews of her writings, letters and postcards, 1929 ephemera from Camp Merryweather, photographs, a 1932 poem and a copy of an 1934 address by Charlotte R. Moore. The Maine Historical Society holds the complete Laura E. Richards collection which is extensive and provides an opportunity for in-depth research of the lives of the Howe and Richards families.
This collection includes exhibit catalogs, photographs, research projects, prints and publicity materials. It contains the Diary series of framed photographs from the Domestic Objects series, as well as the portrait photographs of Margaret J.M. Sweat, "Vinalhaven Women" and "Florence Burrill Jacobs". It also contains research for the Sweat photographs, diaries purchased for research, and photographs for the MWWC's 50th anniversary.