Found in 206 Collections and/or Records:
This collection includes both typescript poems and [published?] poems as well as a letter.
This collection contains letters from Helen Wilmans to Sarah Eaton, and biographical information.
Includes correspondence with DMH, and articles.
This collection consists of typescripts of Brown's poetry (some unpublished) and plays, as well as essays on the subject of writing. A small amount of correspondence and ephemera related to her writing is included. There are also clippings, student papers about Brown, and one folder of photographs from throughout Brown's life. Audiocassette recordings of Brown's poetry, read by her cousin Wayne McKusick, are also included in the collection.
Includes correspondence, reviews and a published poem.
The collection contains two letters from Isabella Alden's niece to Anna Hooper of Portland, Maine.
This collection includes review, press releases, correspondence with Dorothy Healy, exhibit materials, photographs, and two poems in calligraphy.
Includes reviews, articles and correspondence.
This collection includes correspondence and manuscripts.
This collection includes documents from circa 1900 concerning the establishment of the Jay Wood Turning Company and its stockholders. Also included is material relating to the Julia Cote case, which appeared before the Maine Supreme Court in 1916. Documents include the Supreme Court writ and and attorney's letter advising the Jay Wood Company in matters of the case. A roster of names is also included, signed by workers wishing to donate a portion of their earnings to Julia Cote.
Includes correspondence, musical score and published poem.
This collection includes correspondence and writings, some of which are manuscripts.
The collection contains manuscript material, drawings, correspondence, and ephemera.
The collection includes photographs, flyers and playbills for her work, reviews, ephemera, published work and original correspondence, as well as a series devoted to the California Kindergarten Training School and the Froebel Society. Some of the items are photocopies, which were gathered by Glenys Tarlow from other libraries in her research on Wiggin. The majority of the collection was compiled by Tarlow during her years of research.
The bulk of this collection is composed of drafts for articles and clippings of Perry's numerous newspaper columns from 1966-2011. Also included are a few articles about Perry, as well as a biographical sketch, business card, senior thesis comparing Perry's Pieces of Earth to Thoreau's Walden, and approximately 44 VHS tape recordings of her television program, Our Towns, dated 1995-2004.
Includes newspapers and correspondence with Dorothy Healy.
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 contains a letter written by Tooke to the editors of the Portland Press Herald, about reviewing her latest book Betty of New England.
This collection includes correspondence with former MWWC curator Dorothy Healy, Agger's speech for the Altrusa Club meeting and a letter to Annette Dorey.
Includes an obituary, correspondence with MWWC and manuscript.
Includes letters of Lizzie Marshall Richardson transcriptions from the Dorothy Pratt Clark Collection.
This collection includes correspondence, articles, interview and published work in periodicals.
Includes letters to Dorothy Healy, article and portion of "Studies in American Humor" by Alice S. Klak.
This collection includes a note from Bogan to Ruth Limmer, her literary executor, as well as brief MWWC correspondence with both Limmer and Bogan. There is also a special printing of Bogan's poem "July Dawn," a choral piece with text by Bogan, and a poetry manuscript entitled "Wanderlust." Also included is a Lotte Jacobi photograph of Bogan and clippings relating to Bogan and her work.
This collection includes correspondence and reviews