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Name Lincolnville
Number of Archive records 31
Number of Library records 47
Number of Photo records 11

Associated Records

Image of Postcard - CAHC 2006.109

Postcard - CAHC 2006.109

Photo on front of postcard features the senior counselors at Camp Tanglewood, Lincolnville, Maine. Back of postcard is postmarked Lincolnville, Maine July 20, 1950

Image of Postcard - CAHC 2006.109

Postcard - CAHC 2006.109

Photo on front of postcard features the Craft Class at Camp Tanglewood, Lincolnville, Maine. Back of postcard is postmarked Lincolnville, July 22, 1950

Scrapbook - CAHC 2006.136

Album of Camden area postcards, including Lincolnville and Rockport

Image of Album, Postcard - CAHC 2006.140

Album, Postcard - CAHC 2006.140

Postcard collection of Camden area, including Lincolnville and Rockport

Image of Scrapbook - CAHC 2006.136

Scrapbook - CAHC 2006.136

Album of Camden area postcards, including Lincolnville and Rockport

Scrapbook - CAHC 2006.136

Album of Camden area postcards, including Lincolnville and Rockport

Image of Certificate, Stock - CAHC 2007.36

Certificate, Stock - CAHC 2007.36

Lincolnville Gold and Silver Mining Co. certificate framed in glass - October 16, 1880. No. 178, 100 shares to Ambrose Spaulding.

Image of Map - CAHC 2007.3

Map - CAHC 2007.3

Maps (3) of Megunticook Lake and Norton's Pond Camden, Lincolnville and Hope Townships Knox and Waldo Counties Scale: 5" = 1 mile Originally drawn by Brampton Parker in 1948 and revised by the Megunticook Watershed Association in 1990

Image of Letter - CAHC 2007.37

Letter - CAHC 2007.37

Letters from J. R. Carver to his wife during World War I.

Image of Card, Draft - CAHC 2007.37

Card, Draft - CAHC 2007.37

World War I draft card for J. R. Carver dated September 13, 1917 from the Secretary of War ordering him to report to the office of Local Board for the County of Waldo, Belfast, Maine at 2 p.m. on September 18, 1917. He was transferred to the Army mobilization camp in Ayer, MA.

Image of Currency - CAHC 2007.37

Currency - CAHC 2007.37

World War I Military Payment Certificate for five cents

Image of Manuscript - CAHC 2008.126

Manuscript - CAHC 2008.126

Unpublished manuscript of Descendants of Abiah Wadsworth (b. 4 June 1703; d. aft 7 November 1785).

Image of Report, Annual - WHC 2010.29

Report, Annual - WHC 2010.29

Lincolnville Town Report, March 11, 1895

Image of Disk, Magnetic - WHC 2008.98

Disk, Magnetic - WHC 2008.98

Transcriptions from headstones in Waldo County cemeteries.

Image of Deed - WHC 2009.181

Deed - WHC 2009.181

Document describing sale of land to Jeremiah Wadsworth for the sum of $400, signed by Sedate and Mary Wadsworth in the presence of Charles and Elisha Wadsworth dated 24 October 1831. Attached to the same paper is a second document conveying the 1831deed from Jeremiah Wadsworth to Abiah and Samuel Wadsworth of Lincolnville dated 19 November 1835. Translations attached.

Image of Receipt - WHC 2009.181

Receipt - WHC 2009.181

"Received of Jeremiah Wadsworth a note for seventy-six dollars in full for a note for sixty-two dollars [?] given by said Wadsworth to me about Nov. 1 1849, which note I have mislaid or lost. And I hereby agree that if said note for sixty-two dollars given by said Wadsworth to me is found, that I nor any one claiming under me will not make any claim on said Wadsworth therefore. Camden [G.W. ?] Prescott Sep 17 1853 By his atty H. Bass

Image of Receipt - WHC 2009.181

Receipt - WHC 2009.181

"Camden, March 29th [?] Rec'd of Sedate Wadsworth one dollar in full of all demands to this date. Rec'd by me, Asa Hosmer

Image of Deed - WHC 2009.181

Deed - WHC 2009.181

Deed for a limestone lot sold by William Heal of Lincolnville to Sedate Wadsworth, Joseph Dean and Joseph Dean, Jr. of Lincolnville, Hancock County, Maine. Deed is dated 16 April 1823, and signed on 10 August 1823 by Nathaniel Milliken, Justice of the Peace. Deed is registered in Hancock County, Book #46, Page 516 by B. Hall, Registrar.

Image of Guaranty - WHC 2009.181

Guaranty - WHC 2009.181

Letter of obligation for the amount of 16 tons of merchantable hay signed by Sedate and Abiah Wadsworth

Image of Receipt - WHC 2009.181

Receipt - WHC 2009.181

Receipt for payment of damages incurred while driving sheep from pasture to the pound in Lincolnville, Maine