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Name Haskell and Corthell
Number of Archive records 4
Number of Library records 0
Number of Object records 1
Number of Photo records 2

Associated Records

Ledger - CAHC 2006.110

(10) ledgers from Haskell and Corthell: Untitled - 1920 "Womans Shop" - 1926 "Palace Clothes Shop" - 1928 "Palace Clothes Shop" - 1932 "Haskell Corthell" - 1933 "Dover Store" - 1940 "Haskell and Corthell" - 1945 "Haskell and Corthell" - Oct. 15, 1945 to Feb. 1, 1946 "Dover Store" - 1945 "Haskell and Corthell" - 1953

Image of Scrapbook - CAHC 2006.113

Scrapbook - CAHC 2006.113

Red covered scrapbook containing approximately 100 photographs along with clippings and memorabilia relating to Peyton Place, which was filmed in 1957 in the towns of Camden, Belfast, Rockport, Rockland, Lincolnville and Thomaston. The drama received nine Academy Award Nominations, including Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actress - Lana Turner, Best (adapted) Screenplay. Directed by Mark Robson.

Newspaper - CAHC 2006.55

Camden Herald newspaper clipping of article, "Commercial Camden of yesteryear" with (8) photos of area businesses.

Image of Disk, Magnetic - WHC 2013.1

Disk, Magnetic - WHC 2013.1

Interview December 15, 2006 with David Dickey in Camden, Maine. Interview conducted by Barbara Dyer and Paul Putnam (volunteers) and for the Camden Area History Center. He is one of four children of Kenneth Dickey and Prudence Grace Weaver. David owns the Camden Riverhouse Hotel and his father was owner of Haskell & Corthell retail store on Main Street.

Image of Helmet - CAHC 2006.110

Helmet - CAHC 2006.110

Civil Defense WW II helmet worn by Harold Corthell.

Image of Print, Photographic - CAHC 2006.55

Print, Photographic - CAHC 2006.55

Photo shows the old Haskell & Corthell men's clothing and family footwear store, as well as the Masonic Hall which currently houses the Lord Camden Inn.

Image of Transparency, Slide - WHC 2015.18

Transparency, Slide - WHC 2015.18

Box of eleven 3.5 x 4" color slides (glass) circa 1920 advertising S.B. Haskell and Haskell & Corthell store in Camden, Maine.