Maine--Social life and customs--20th century
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
John Henry Barker Diary
Diary of John Henry Barker (b. 1861). He resided in Oxford County, Maine, and mentions traveling around the county from Lewiston to Rumford, mainly along the Androscoggin River. His mostly brief entries record weather, floods, prices, family and social events, health, etc. A few cash accounts are listed in the back of the 1906 diary.
F. M. Boswell Diaries
Diaries, 1941-1945, of F.M. Boswell of Maine. Contains information about his activities at work, including duties performed and hours spent working. Mentions building pools and ponds, pouring cement, and submitting bids for projects. Also mentions his employees and the duties that they performed.
Macy E. Flinn Diary
Lewiston & Auburn Musical Union Account Book
Account book, 1899-1917, of the Lewiston & Auburn Musical Union of Lewiston, Maine. Includes information on rent on studio space, subletting that space, membership dues, recital ticket sales, whist games, lectures, and banquets. Also includes information on their expenses, such as newspaper advertisments, janitor sercies, rent, and purchases of music. Also includes cancelled checks written by the organization.