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Name Maine
Number of Archive records 719
Number of Library records 887
Number of Object records 36
Number of Photo records 976

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Image of Newspaper - CAHC 2006.1

Newspaper - CAHC 2006.1

Scanned copy of page 1 in leather photo album (see also: Object ID CRHS 2006.1) Newspaper clipping titled, "C. P. Brown." Handwritten on page is "Buildings Built by Cyrus Porter Brown, Camden, Maine."

Image of Ledger - CAHC 2006.100

Ledger - CAHC 2006.100

Leather bound ledger book of Godfrey Hofses - 1838 to 1863

Image of Invoice - CAHC 2006.100

Invoice - CAHC 2006.100

Bill of sale for goods sold by Albert Hofses to M.M. Rawson.

Image of Invoice - CAHC 2006.100

Invoice - CAHC 2006.100

Bill of sale for goods sold by Henry Hofses to Albert H. Hofses, including one yoke of oxen, 2 cows, one 2-year-old heifer, one yearling heifer, one horse, farming tools and household goods.

Image of Newspaper - CAHC 2006.101

Newspaper - CAHC 2006.101

Newpaper articles and photos covering French & Brawn's 120 year anniversary and Associated Grocers Top Honor.

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 Correspondence - CAHC 2006.101

Correspondence - CAHC 2006.101

Essay by Shirley C. Brawn relating the history of French & Brawn Grocery Store at 116 years.

Image of Scrapbook - CAHC 2006.101

Scrapbook - CAHC 2006.101

Miscellaneous French family photos from two albums. One album is very complete and has some labels on pictures. Many are of Lincolnville and Ducktrap area at the turn of the 20th century.

Image of Map - CAHC 2006.102

Map - CAHC 2006.102

Survey of Camden Harbor, Maine with soundings in feet. Survey dated November 1899. Made in accordance with requirements of River and Harbor Act of March 3rd 1899 under direction of Major S. W. Roessler, Corps of Engineers, U. S. Army, by A. C. Both, assistant engineer. Numbered as "H Doc 263 56 1" in lower right corner. House of Representatives document, Examination and Survey of Camden Harbor, Maine from War Department, Washington, January 8, 1900. Describes survey of November 1899.

Image of Scrapbook - CAHC 2006.104

Scrapbook - CAHC 2006.104

Photo album from Percy L. Small - photos from 1912 to 1915 of Camden - Rockport area. Percy Small was a carpenter and worked for Tibbetts.

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 Postcard - CAHC 2006.109

Postcard - CAHC 2006.109

Photo on front of postcard depicts a boy and his dog on a boat on Hosmer Pond, Camden. No postmark.

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

Image of Postcard - CAHC 2006.109

Postcard - CAHC 2006.109

Photo on front of postcard features the Camden High School Football Team of 1923. The players names have been handwritten by each player. l to r: Front row: Dodge, Page (Capt.), Burkett, Pendleton, Wright, Wright, Leonard Back row: (not identified), Thurston, Snowdeal, Stockwell, Ames Handwritten on back of postcard: From Frank E. Burkett, Mgr. Football Camden High School

Image of Postcard - CAHC 2006.109

Postcard - CAHC 2006.109

Photo on front of postcard features the Camden High School Football Team of 1910. Note the "X" handmarked over individual in back row, second from left. Back of postcard is postmarked Camden, Maine Feb 9, 1911.

Image of Postcard - CAHC 2006.109

Postcard - CAHC 2006.109

Photo on front of postcard depicts a boat with a man on Megunticook Lake with Mt. Megunticook and the Turnpike in the background. Not postmarked.

Image of Postcard - CAHC 2006.109

Postcard - CAHC 2006.109

Photo on front of postcard depicts a house by the outlet dam on Megunticook Lake. Beaucaire Road runs behind the house. No postmark.

Image of Postcard - CAHC 2006.150

Postcard - CAHC 2006.150

Postcard of Camden Harbor. Photo by Richard Lenfest

Scrapbook - CAHC 2006.136

Album of Camden area postcards, including Lincolnville and Rockport

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.