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Special Collections: Guide to the Stetson Family Papers

Arranged and described by Brenda Howitson Steeves
Raymond H. Fogler Library Special Collections Department
October 2003
 
 
Introduction and Summary Information
 
Collection Title: Stetson Family Papers.
Dates of the Collection: 1846-1952 (inclusive); 1880-1925 (bulk).
Provenance: The Stetson family papers came to Special Collections as a gift from the Maine State Museum in 1988.
Collection Number: MS 480.
Box Numbers: 1-30 (formerly Boxes 1569-1624, 1743-1751).
Size and Arrangement: The collection consists of 29 archival record cartons and one oversized box of material ( 36 cubic feet) + 12 linear feet of ledgers.
Conservation Note: The collection has been re-housed in acid-free folders and boxes. Documents have been surface cleaned as needed and metal fasteners removed. Photographs have been housed in polypropylene sleeves and remain with the relevant documents.
Preferred Citation: Stetson Family Papers, Special Collections, Raymond H. Fogler Library, University of Maine.
Restrictions on Access and Use: This collection is kept at Fogler Library's offsite storage facility. One week's notice is required for retrieval.

Biography
 
The collection contains the business records and personal papers of three generations of the Stetson family of Bangor, Maine. It centers primarily on materials of George Stetson, his sons Isaiah Kidder and Edward Stetson, and Isaiah’s son Irving G. Stetson. The Stetson family was engaged in various industries in the Bangor area including lumbering, shipping, slate mining, banking, and the ice trade.
 
George Stetson was born in Hampden, Maine on January 25, 1807. He moved to Bangor in 1834 and formed a partnership with Albert G. Brown, engaging in general trade under the firm name of Brown & Stetson. In 1835 he formed a partnership with his brother Isaiah and Cyrus Emery, doing business as Emery, Stetson & Co. The firm was in the wholesale and importing business and was a large manufacturer and shipper of lumber, owning and operating a mill on Kenduskeag Stream in Bangor for many years. The partners exported to the West Indies, using their own vessels and bringing back West Indies goods for their store. In 1850, Cyrus Emery withdrew from the business; the two Stetson brothers continued business under the name of Stetson & Co. The firm gradually withdrew from lumber manufacturing and trading and invested in timberlands and real estate. It is said that George Stetson was the first to ship ice from the Penobscot River.
 
In 1858 George Stetson also became president of the Market Bank of Bangor and in 1863 became president of the First National Bank of Bangor, with which the Market Bank had merged. He held this position until his death in 1891. In 1862 he was elected to the Maine legislature, serving two terms. He was chairman of the Board of Commissioners appointed to build the Bangor Waterworks and was one of the principal organizers of the Union Insurance Company and the Bangor Mutual Fire Insurance Company, serving as president of both companies for many years.
 
George Stetson married Adeline Hamlin in 1845 and had four children: George Hamlin, born in 1846; Edward, born in 1854; Isaiah Kidder, born in 1858; and Mary Adeline, born in 1860. He died on June 15, 1891.
 
Edward Stetson, born in Bangor on June 22, 1854, studied in the Bangor schools and in 1869 went to Phillips Exeter Academy to prepare for college. He graduated from Harvard in 1876 and then went to Harvard Law School. He was admitted to the Penobscot Bar in 1879, practiced law for two years and then entered his father’s office. In 1887 he was elected vice-president of the First National Bank, becoming president upon the death of his father in 1891. He was treasurer of the Bangor Bridge Company and the Bangor and Aroostook Railroad and a director of the Merchants Insurance Company of Bangor. In 1880 he formed a partnership with his brother Isaiah under the firm name E. & I.K. Stetson, which did a large business in lumbering, ice cutting, and shipping and owned a shipyard where many wooden vessels were built. The Stetson brothers were also proprietors of the Bangor and Brewer Marine Railways where vessels were repaired. The icehouses and shipyard were located in Brewer, Maine; the offices were at 180 Exchange Street, Bangor; and their holdings of timberland were located throughout the northern part of the state.
 
In 1879 Edward married Edith H. Lobdell; they had one son, Clarence Cutting, born in 1884. Edward Stetson died on February 17, 1913.
 
Isaiah Kidder Stetson was born in Bangor on April 3, 1858. He attended the Bangor public schools, graduated from Phillips Academy in Andover, Mass., in 1876, and from the Sheffield Scientific School at Yale in 1879. For two years after his graduation he worked in his father’s office and then entered into a partnership with his brother Edward in the firm of E. & I.K. Stetson. He also served as treasurer of the Blanchard Slate Mining Company, director of the Union Insurance Company, and treasurer of the Aroostook Construction Company. With partners Edward Stetson, J. Fred Webster, and Eben C. Webster, he formed Webster Stetson Company, an ice business. He served as president of Martinon Lumber Company and as a director of the First National Bank, becoming president when his brother Edward died in 1913.
 
Active in civic and community affairs, he was treasurer of the University of Maine Board of Trustees and of the Hampden Academy. A Republican, he was elected to the Maine House of Representatives in 1896, became House Speaker in 1899, and served terms in 1903 and 1905 as state senator from Penobscot County. He was a member of many civic and fraternal organizations in Bangor including the Tarratine Club, the Masons, and the Mystic Shrine. An early bicycle enthusiast, in 1897 he built the Niben Club bicycle path and clubhouse at Pushaw Lake outside the city. He was a member of the Unitarian Church of Bangor and was active in the New Unity Club and the Unitarian Memorial Association. He married Clara C. Sawyer in 1882; they had two children: Ruth W., born July 22, 1884, and Irving Gay, born November 23, 1885. Isaiah Stetson died on July 14, 1940.
 
Irving G. Stetson graduated from Phillips Academy in Andover in 1903 and from Harvard College in 1907. After working in a sawmill in the West for a year, he entered the Yale Forest School in 1908, graduating in 1910. He was in the logging and lumber business in Maine for many years. In 1910 with Walter G. Alpaugh he formed Stetson & Alpaugh, foresters and surveyors, with offices in Bangor and Willimantic, Connecticut. The firm did considerable forestry work including timber cruising, surveying, stumpage sales, inspection of operations and timberland management of all kinds. Stetson & Alpaugh served as state agents for the Evinrude Motor Company, and Irving Stetson had the first outboard motor in Maine which he bought in 1910 and used in his logging operations. Around 1912 the firm changed its name to I.G. Stetson & Co., then Stetson & Turner. Irving Stetson was also treasurer of Martinon Lumber Company, which had offices in Bangor and in St. John, New Brunswick. Upon the death of his uncle, Edward Stetson, in 1913, he was elected vice-president and director of the First National Bank, serving until 1925. In that year he organized the Waldo Lumber Company which for 44 years did business in wholesale lumber throughout the state, with a sideline in face brick and other clay goods.
 
In 1913, Irving Stetson married Eleanor Strickland, the daughter of Frederick Hastings and Charlotte Coombs Strickland. He died June 6, 1969.

Scope and Content Note
 
The Stetson family papers consist primarily of the business and personal papers of George Stetson, his sons Edward and Isaiah Kidder, and Isaiah’s son Irving G. Stetson. They reflect the involvement of the Stetsons in the lumbering, slate mining, ice harvesting, and banking businesses in Bangor, Maine, the northern woods of Maine, and in New Brunswick.
 
The papers are arranged in two series: Business Records and Personal Papers. Each series has several sub-series. The collection was largely unarranged upon its arrival at the Fogler Library so the processing archivist imposed an arrangement scheme, basically chronological within each series. Folder titles were left as the Stetsons had assigned them with additional information added when necessary for clarity.
 
The Business Records series is arranged with each company as a sub-series in approximate order of its incorporation or existence. Within each sub-series, if present, the materials include administrative records of the Board of Directors and the executive staff, continuing with financial, purchasing, sales, production and personnel records. Typically administrative records include acts of incorporation and by-laws, lists of directors and stockholders, minutes of meetings, stock certificates, deeds, mortgages and leases, court records and agreements or contracts. Executive or staff records are those of persons involved in the day-to-day running of the company and often include correspondence, insurance and tax records, internal reports, and subject and reference files.
 
Financial records include property inventories or appraisals, statements of accounts, assets and liabilities, ledgers, journals, cashbooks, daybooks, bank statements, cancelled checks, and bills or accounts payable and receivable. Purchasing records include bills and receipts, order books, and vouchers.
 
Sales records consist of sales journals, price lists, records of goods on hand, orders, freight bills, and bills of lading. Production records include weekly or monthly production totals, stock inventories, mill tallies, etc. Personnel records include job applications, contracts, accident reports, payrolls, and time books.
 
The series outline and description which follows gives a short history of each company and indicates the involvement of the Stetsons in that company. It also lists the major types of records found in each sub-series.

Series Outline and Description
 
Series I: Business Records
 
Sub-series 1: Blanchard Slate Mining Co.; Boston Blanchard Co.
 
The Blanchard Slate Mining Co. was organized in 1880 on 1300 acres of property in the town of Blanchard, Maine, with capital of $250,000. A.C. Hamlin was president, H.E. Hamlin, secretary, and Isaiah K. Stetson, treasurer. Charles Hamlin later served as president and many of the records in this sub-series are from his tenure.
 
The Boston-Blanchard Slate Co. was organized in March 1902 with Charles Hamlin, Edwin T. Hamlin, and Addison Hamlin as directors; Charles Hamlin served as president and treasurer. The company letterhead lists it as quarriers and manufacturers of roofing and milled slate products in North Blanchard, Maine.
 
Neither Blanchard Slate nor Boston-Blanchard is listed in the Bangor city directory after 1912.
 
Records in this sub-series include incoming correspondence, 1880-1911; deeds, leases and permits, 1900-1908; and a large section of files labeled B.S. 1- 29 and B.B.S. 2-15. These files are the administrative files of both companies and contain such things as reports on property, inventories, insurance policies, cancelled checks, stockholder information, etc.
 
Sub-series 2: Crystal Dam Co.
 
Incorporated Jan. 29, 1878 with Charles Bryant, Isaiah Stetson, George Stetson, and Eugene M. Hersey as incorporators, the company was authorized “to construct a dam or dams, and make other improvements, and to purchase any dams and improvements now existing upon Houston Brook and Crystal Stream in the county of Aroostook, for the purpose of facilitating the driving of logs and other lumber ...” (Chapter 4, Maine Acts and Resolves of 1878).
 
This sub-series contains records of the Board of Directors, 1878-1882, and stockholder information, 1882.
 
Sub-series 3: Stetson & Co.
 
This company was formed in 1850 by brothers George and Isaiah Stetson; it continued the work of the earlier firm of Emery, Stetson & Co. in the wholesale and importing business, as well as manufacturing and shipping lumber. The firm also invested in timberlands and real estate.
 
Records include incoming correspondence, 1889-1893; outgoing correspondence, 1891-1893; and a record of company assets and liabilities, 1878-1891.
 
Sub-series 4: Union Ice Co.
 
The articles of association for this company, dated Feb. 18, 1886, list the company’s purpose as “... to carry on the business of cutting, storing and selling ice at Orrington ... Maine; and also the business of manufacturing lumber at the same place.” The incorporators were Edward Stetson, Harlan P. Sargent, Sam’l Sterns, D.A. Sargent, and I.K. Stetson. Edward Stetson served as clerk and treasurer.
 
Records include minutes of directors’ meetings, 1886-1912; outgoing correspondence, 1886-1893; financial journals and ledgers, 1898-1913; and weekly time books, 1886-1892.
 
Sub-series 5: E. & I.K. Stetson
 
Established in 1880 as a partnership between brothers Edward & Isaiah K. Stetson, the firm operated a shipyard and lumber yard in Brewer and served as proprietors of the Bangor and Brewer Marine Railways. The brothers were also wholesale and retail dealers in southern pine lumber and wholesale dealers in Penobscot River ice.
 
One of the largest sub-series in the collection, the records begin with two journals and a ledger of the Bangor and Brewer Marine Railway Co., 1879-1881. This is followed by a large group of incoming correspondence, 1882-1915. The user should note that major sections of this correspondence, as well as the section of permits and leases which follows, were re-foldered at an earlier time. All folders were labeled E. & I.K. Stetson in this earlier project but correspondence of the Aroostook Construction Co. and Bangor & Aroostook Railroad, as well as many letters to Edward Stetson, are included here.
 
The remainder of this sub-series contains records of the forestry, ice, and shipping businesses of the firm. Financial, sales, and production records are included.
 
Sub-series 6: Penobscot Ice Co.
 
The articles of agreement signed Dec. 27, 1894 by William Engel, Charles E. Field, John R. Mason, and Walter E. Palmer list the business of the company as “manufacturing, trading, cutting, harvesting, storing, selling and shipping ice.” By 1898, Isaiah K. Stetson had become a director of the company, serving as secretary and treasurer.
 
This sub-series contains articles of agreement and minutes of the Board of Directors, 1894-1898.
 
Sub-series 7: Aroostook Construction Co.
 
This company was the contractor of the Bangor & Aroostook Railroad. Isaiah Stetson was company treasurer in the 1890’s and later president from 1919-1925. F.W. Cram was general manager, and other names associated with the company were Hiram H. Fogg, Frank Clark, and P.A. Hubbard.
 
Records include lists of stockholders and proxies at stockholders’ meetings, 1912-1925; incoming correspondence, 1892-1894; outgoing correspondence, 1892-1913; and financial information from the Bangor & Aroostook Railroad, 1895 and 1897.
 
Sub-series 8: Fish River Railroad Co.
 
F.W. Cram was president and Edward Stetson treasurer of this company.
 
Records consist of one ledger of outgoing correspondence, 1901-1904, of the treasurer concerning financing and building this railroad.
 
Sub-series 9: First National Bank of Bangor
 
George Stetson was president of the bank from 1863 until his death in 1891. Edward Stetson was elected vice-president in 1887, becoming president when his father died. Isaiah K. Stetson was a director and also served as president; his son Irving was a vice president.
 
This sub-series contains four letter books of outgoing correspondence, 1912-1919, of Isaiah Stetson in his various capacities at the bank, as well as a stock ledger, 1915, and other miscellaneous documents.
 
Sub-series 10: Stetson & Alpaugh
 
In 1910, Irving G. Stetson, Leslie Hastings, and Walter G. Alpaugh entered into a partnership for the purpose of cutting spruce logs in Maine. Stetson and Alpaugh were to have complete charge of the business with Hastings acting as a silent partner. Letterhead for the firm lists its office at 180 Exchange St., Bangor, doing business as foresters and surveyors; exploring, valuations, surveying, topographic maps, supervision of logging operations, working plans, thinnings, forest planting, tree surgery, spraying, etc. are all listed as activities of the company. The company also acted as state agents for Evinrude Motor Co. of Milwaukee, manufacturers of detachable rowboat and canoe motors.
 
Records include incoming correspondence, 1910-1912, with a set of letters, 1912, concerning business with the Evinrude Motor Co. Financial information, invoices for goods shipped to lumber camps, supplies used, freight bills, scale bills, and time books give a view of activities in the Maine woods in the early decades of the 20th century.
 
Sub-series 11: I.G. Stetson & Co.
 
Around August 1912, Stetson & Alpaugh changed to its name to I.G. Stetson & Co.; its letterhead lists lumbermen, timber estimating, woods surveying and maps as its activities.
Records include incoming correspondence and receipts, 1912-1913; outgoing correspondence, 1914-1919; financial information, freight and shipping bills, checks and worker hiring agreements. Included in this sub-series are journals, ledgers and cashbooks from Stetson & Turner, Stetson & Turner Co. and Waldo Lumber Co., which were successor companies to I.G. Stetson & Co.
 
Sub-series 12: I.K. & I.G. Stetson
 
This company served as agents and managed timberlands.
 
Records include outgoing correspondence, 1914-1920 and a cashbook, 1920-1946.
 
Sub-series 13: Martinon Lumber Co.
 
The company had its main office at 180 Exchange St., Bangor, with a Canadian office in St. John, New Brunswick. Isaiah K. Stetson served as president, Frank C. Hinckley as vice president, Irving G. Stetson as treasurer and Waldo P. Lowell as general manager. Lumbering operations were carried on at various places in New Brunswick, including Musquash and Rocky Gulch, as well as in Grand River, Quebec. The company dealt in spruce, pine and hemlock lumber.
 
This sub-series is one of the largest in the collection. There are extensive correspondence files, including correspondence of Waldo P. Lowell, 1915-1918; business and personal correspondence of Frank C. Hinckley, 1916-1918; and outgoing correspondence of I.G. Stetson, 1915-1918. The Lowell correspondence has been left as it was originally arranged: sometimes alphabetically by correspondent and at other times in straight chronological order. Financial records include journals and ledgers, invoices, and bills paid to various jobbers. There are also lumber records, scalers’ reports, orders, time books and payroll records. A few records of the Grand Lake Lumber Co. are also included in this sub-series.
 
Sub-series 14: Crogan Sales Co.
 
Irving G. Stetson was treasurer of this company, which manufactured steel tapes and metal plating and did machine work.
 
Records include a journal, ledger, cashbook and sales ledger, 1925-1930.
 
Sub-series 15: Miscellaneous
 
Includes outgoing correspondence, 1889-1906, of the Bodwell Water Power Co., of which Edward Stetson was a director; journals, ledgers, and cashbooks of the Bangor Cast Stone Products Co.; and unidentified scale cards and permits, 1911-1913.
 
Series II: Personal Papers
 
Sub-series 1: Papers of George Stetson
 
Included in this series are invoices and other information, 1846-1849, for building George Stetson’s house in Bangor; various deeds and mortgages he held; legal papers, 1870’s-1880’s; and a sizeable amount of information about his estate.
 
Sub-series 2: Papers of Isaiah K. Stetson
 
Included here is a group of personal bills, 1893-1912, of Stetson and his family for groceries, household items, medical and dental expenses, travel, etc. Also included are various papers from business affairs conducted outside the auspices of one of his companies, especially Bangor Bridge Co. records, 1887-1890; and records of E.A. Buck & Co., 1907-1908. Stetson’s civic activities are reflected in records of the Maine State College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts (now the University of Maine), the Niben Club, the New Unity Club, and the Unitarian Memorial Association, in all of which he was active. A personal scrapbook, 1891-1918, provides information about Stetson’s political activities.
 
Sub-series 3: Papers of Edward Stetson
 
This sub-series particularly reflects Edward Stetson’s activities as attorney for various family members. It includes incoming correspondence, 1892-1894; outgoing correspondence, 1893-1913; a section on Edward’s activities as guardian for his nephew Eugene; and a large amount of material relating to his cousin Lily G. Stetson. As her attorney, Edward paid her personal bills and handled her financial affairs, especially after her marriage and subsequent move to Germany. Records in this section of the sub-series date from 1895-1913.
 
Sub-series 4: Papers of Irving G. Stetson
 
Papers in this sub-series include class notes, 1908-1910, from the Yale Forest School; incoming correspondence, 1909-1914; and a small group of papers of Ivory W. Coombs and the Strickland family.
 
Sub-series 5: Miscellaneous
 
This sub-series contains correspondence and financial information of the Maine Missionary Society, 1888-1908; information about the real estate holdings and the estate of John B. Foster, 1907-1913; a subscription book for the Maine Anti-Tuberculosis Association and unidentified bank and memo books.

Box List
 
Series I Business records
 
Sub-series 1: Blanchard Slate Mining Co.; Boston-Blanchard Slate Co.
 
Box 1
 
Folder
 
1 Correspondence, incoming & other documents, 1880-1900
2 Correspondence, incoming, 1901
3 Correspondence, incoming, 1902
4 Correspondence, incoming, 1902, A-B
5 Correspondence, incoming, 1902, C-D
6 Correspondence, incoming, 1902, D
7 Correspondence, incoming, 1902, K-N
8 Correspondence, incoming, 1902, P
9 Correspondence, incoming, 1902, S-W
10 Correspondence, incoming, 1903
11 Correspondence, incoming, 1902, A, 1902-1903-C
12 Correspondence, incoming, 1903, D
13 Correspondence, incoming, 1902-1903, F-H
14 Correspondence, incoming, 1903, K-M, 1902-1903
15 Correspondence, incoming, 1902-1903, O
16 Correspondence, incoming, 1902-1903, P-W
17 Correspondence, incoming, 1903, A-C
18 Correspondence, incoming, 1903, D
19 Correspondence, incoming, Jan.-June, 1903, F-H
20 Correspondence, incoming, July-Dec., 1903, H
21 Correspondence, incoming, 1903, I-O
22 Correspondence, incoming, 1903, P
23 Correspondence, incoming, 1903, S-W
24 Letters & statements with J.L. Douglas & Co., 1903
25 Correspondence, incoming, 1904
26 Correspondence, incoming, 1904, B-D
27 Correspondence, incoming, 1904, H
28 Correspondence, incoming, 1904, O-W
29 Correspondence, incoming, 1905
30 Correspondence, incoming, 1905, A-C
31 Correspondence, incoming, 1905, H-W
Ledger Correspondence, outgoing, Book K, Apr. 1905-Dec. 1906
32 Correspondence, 1906
33 Correspondence, 1907
34 Correspondence, 1908
 
Box 2
 
1 Correspondence, 1909
2 Correspondence, 1910
3 Correspondence, 1911
4 Correspondence, incoming, 1912
5 Correspondence with McDonald-Wiggins Co., 1909-1911
6 Legal documents, 1877-1901
7 Stock coupons
8 Deeds, leases, permits, 1900-1908
9 Papers re Blanchard Slate property, 1901-1902
10 Memo book, 1902
11 Documents re acquisition of Merrill-Brownville Slate Co., 1902 [See also oversized maps]
12 Insurance policies, accident reports, 1903
13 Maps of company land [See also oversized maps]
14 Photographs [3], undated
15 Newspaper clippings, pamphlets, etc.
16 B.S. 1-B.S. 5
17 B.S. 6
18 B.S. 7
19 B.S. 8
20 B.S. 9
21 B.S. 10
22 B.S. 11
23 B.S.12
24 B.S. 13-14
25 B.S. 15
26 B.S. 16
27 B.S. 17-18
28 B.S. 19
29 B.S. 20-23
 
Box 3
 
1 B.S. 24-28
2 B.S. 29
3 Quarry keys
4 Ledger, Feb. 1880-Sept. 1881
5 Cash book, Book A, 1880-1902
6 Loose materials removed from Book A
7 Bank account book, 1894-1905
8 Receipts, vouchers, pay stubs, May-July, 1902
9 Time and payroll book, July 1902-Oct. 1903
10 Complete report of mill stock for Dec. 1903
11 Mill stock and slate reports, 1903-1904
12 Miscellaneous undated material
 
Boston-Blanchard Slate Co.
 
13 Proposal, by-laws, articles of association, 1902
14 Correspondence, incoming, 1902, A-F
15 Correspondence, incoming, 1902-1903, G-H
16 Correspondence, incoming, 1902-1903, K-R
17 Correspondence, incoming, 1902-1903, S-Y
18 Correspondence, outgoing, Nov. 1902-Oct. 1903
19 B.B.S. 2-6
20 B.B.S.7-11
21 B.B.S. 12-15
22 Journal, July 1902-Oct. 1903
23 Ledger, July 1902-Jan. 1903
24 Account information, checks, pay stubs, 1902
25 Sales proposal, undated
26 Time and payroll book, July-Dec. 1902
 
Sub-series 2: Crystal Dam Co.
 
27 Stockholder information, 1882
28 Records [of Board of Directors], 1878-1881

Sub-series 3: Stetson & Co.
 
Box 4
 
1 Index to letter book, 1889-1892
2 Correspondence, incoming, Aug. 1889-Jan. 1890
3 Correspondence, incoming, Feb.-Aug. 1890
4 Correspondence, incoming, Sept. 1890-Jan. 1891
5 Correspondence, incoming, Feb.-June 1891
6 Correspondence, incoming, July 1891-June 1892
7 Newspaper clippings removed from letter book, 1889-1892
8 Correspondence, outgoing, Nov. 1891-Sept. 1893
9 Assets & liabilities, Apr. 1, 1878-July 11, 1891
10 Memo re deeds, 1907
11 Memoranda, July 1885-Nov. 1911
 
Sub-series 4: Union Ice Co.
 
12 Articles of association, 1886; by-laws; minutes of directors’ meetings,
1886-1912
13 Information re shares, 1886, 1911
14 Letter book: copies of outgoing correspondence, Mar. 1886-Sept. 1893
15 Ledger, Dec. 1898-Dec. 1912
16 Loose sheets removed from ledger
17 Journal No. B., Jan. 1892-Dec. 1898
18 Journal C, Dec. 1898-Nov. 1911
19 Journal D, 1912-1913
20 Weigh books, 1886
21 Time books harvesting ice, 1886
22 Weekly time books, 1887
 
Box 5
 
1 Weekly time books, 1888
2 Weekly time books, 1889
3 Weekly time books, 1889
4 Weekly time books, 1890
5 Weekly time books, 1890
6 Weekly time books, 1891
7 Weekly time book, 1892

Sub-series 5: E. & I.K. Stetson
 
Ledger Bangor & Brewer Marine Railway Co.: Journal A, Apr. 1879-Aug. 1880
Ledger Bangor & Brewer Marine Railway Co.; E. & I.K. Stetson; Geo. Stetson’s Shipyd.; U.C. Stubbs: Journal, Aug. 1880-Jan. 1881
Ledger Bangor & Brewer Marine Railway Co.: Ledger A, 1879-1881
8 Correspondence, incoming, Dec. 1882-Mar. 1883
9 Correspondence, incoming, Apr.-June, 1883
10 Correspondence, incoming, July-Sept., 1883
11 Correspondence, incoming, Oct.-Dec., 1883
12 Correspondence, incoming, Jan.-Mar., 1884
13 Correspondence, incoming, Apr.-June, 1884
14 Correspondence, incoming, July-Sept., 1884
15 Correspondence, incoming, Oct.-Dec., 1884
16 Correspondence, incoming, Jan.-Mar., 1885
17 Correspondence, incoming, Apr.-June, 1885
18 Correspondence, incoming, July-Sept., 1885
19 Correspondence, incoming, Oct.-Dec., 1885
20 Correspondence, incoming, Jan.-Apr., 1886
21 Correspondence, incoming, June-Aug., 1886
22 Correspondence, incoming, Sept.-Oct., 1886
23 Correspondence, incoming, Nov.-Dec., 1886
24 Correspondence, incoming, Index, 1885-1886
25 Correspondence, incoming, 1887
26 Correspondence, incoming, Jan.-July, 1888
27 Correspondence, incoming, Aug.-Dec., 1888
28 Correspondence, incoming, 1889
29 Correspondence, incoming, Jan.-Apr., 1890
30 Correspondence, incoming, May-Dec., 1890
31 Correspondence, incoming, 1891
32 Correspondence, incoming, 1892-July 1893, A-E
33 Correspondence, incoming, 1892-July 1893, F-K
34 Correspondence, incoming, 1892-July 1893, L-T
35 Correspondence, incoming, 1892-July 1893, T-W
 
Box 6
 
1 Correspondence, incoming, July 1893-1894, A-G
2 Correspondence, incoming, July 1893-1894, H-M
3 Correspondence, incoming, July 1893-1894, N-S
4 Correspondence, incoming, July 1893-1894, T-Y
5 Correspondence, incoming [re lumber], 1892-1894, A-L
6 Correspondence, incoming [re lumber], 1892-1894, M-Y
7 Correspondence, 1895
8 Correspondence, incoming, v. 2, 1895-1896, R-Z
9 Correspondence, incoming, v. 2, 1895-1896
10 Correspondence, incoming, v. 5, 1895-1896
11 Correspondence, incoming, v. 5, 1895-1896
12 Correspondence, incoming, v. 6, 1895-1896
13 Correspondence, incoming, v. 7, 1895-1896
14 Correspondence, incoming, v. 7, 1895-1896
15 Correspondence, incoming, v. 7, 1895-1896
16 Correspondence, incoming, v. 8, 1895-1896
17 Correspondence, incoming, v. 8, 1895-1896
18 Correspondence, incoming, v. 9, 1897
19 Correspondence, incoming, v. 9, 1897
20 Correspondence, incoming, v. 9, 1897
21 Correspondence, incoming, v. 9, 1897
 
Box 7
 
1 Correspondence, incoming, v. 9, 1897
2 Correspondence, incoming, v. 9, 1894-1897
3 Correspondence, incoming, v. 10, 1894-1897
4 Correspondence, incoming, v. 10, 1894-1897
5 Correspondence, incoming, v. 11, 1894-1897
6 Correspondence, incoming, v. 11, 1894-1897
7 Correspondence, incoming, v. 11, 1894-1897
8 Correspondence, incoming, v. 11, 1894-1897
9 Correspondence, incoming, v. 12, 1895-1902
10 Correspondence, incoming, v. 12, 1895-1902
11 Correspondence, incoming, v. 12, 1895-1902
12 Correspondence, incoming, v. 12, 1895-1902
13 Correspondence, incoming, v. 12, 1895-1902
14 Correspondence, incoming, v. 13, 1895-1897
15 Correspondence, incoming, v. 13, 1895-1897
16 Correspondence, incoming, v. 13, 1895-1897
17 Correspondence, incoming, v. 14, 1897
18 Correspondence, incoming, v. 14, 1897
19 Correspondence, incoming, v. 15, 1898
20 Correspondence, incoming, v. 15, 1898
21 Correspondence, incoming, v. 16, 1898
22 Correspondence, incoming, v. 16, 1898
23 Correspondence, incoming, v. 16, 1898
24 Correspondence, incoming, v. 17, 1898
25 Correspondence, incoming, v. 17, 1898
26 Correspondence, incoming, v. 17, 1898
27 Correspondence, incoming, v. 18, 1897-1898
28 Correspondence, incoming, v. 18, 1897-1898
29 Correspondence, incoming, v. 18, 1897-1898
30 Correspondence, incoming, v. 19, 1897-1902
 
Box 8
 
1 Correspondence, incoming, v. 19, 1897-1902
2 Correspondence, incoming, v. 19, 1897-1902
3 Correspondence, incoming, v. 19, 1897-1902
4 Correspondence, incoming, v. 19, 1897-1902
5 Correspondence, incoming, v. 20, 1899-1900
6 Correspondence, incoming, v. 20, 1899-1900
7 Correspondence, incoming, v. 20, 1899-1900
8 Correspondence, incoming, v. 21, 1899-1902
9 Correspondence, incoming, v. 21, 1899-1902
10 Correspondence, incoming, v. 21, 1899-1902
11 Correspondence, incoming, v. 21, 1899-1902
12 Correspondence, incoming, v. 21, 1899-1902
13 Correspondence, incoming, v. 41, 1902-1904
14 Correspondence, incoming, v. 41, 1902-1904
15 Correspondence, incoming, v. 42, 1902-1903
16 Correspondence, incoming, v. 43, 1904-1905
17 Correspondence, incoming, v. 43, 1904-1905
18 Correspondence, incoming, v. 43, 1904-1905
19 Correspondence, incoming, v. 43, 1904-1905
20 Correspondence, incoming, v. 43, 1904-1905
21 Correspondence, incoming, v. 43, 1904-1905
22 Correspondence, incoming, v. 44, 1904-1905
23 Correspondence, incoming, v. 44, 1904-1905
24 Correspondence, incoming, v. 44, 1904-1905
25 Correspondence, incoming, v. 44, 1904-1905
26 Correspondence, incoming, v. 44, 1904-1905
27 Correspondence, incoming, v. 44, 1904-1905
28 Correspondence, incoming, v. 45, 1904-1905
29 Correspondence, incoming, v. 45, 1904-1905
30 Correspondence, incoming, v. 45, 1904-1905
31 Correspondence, incoming, v. 45, 1904-1905
32 Correspondence, incoming, v. 45, 1904-1905
 
Box 9
 
1 Correspondence, incoming, v. 45, 1904-1905
2 Correspondence, incoming, v. 45, 1904-1905
3 Correspondence, incoming, v. 46, 1904-1905
4 Correspondence, incoming, v. 46, 1904-1905
5 Correspondence, incoming, v. 46, 1904-1905
6 Correspondence, incoming, v. 46, 1904-1905
7 Correspondence, incoming, v. 46, 1904-1905
8 Correspondence, incoming, v. 46, 1904-1905
9 Correspondence, incoming, v. 46, 1904-1905
10 Correspondence, incoming, v. 46, 1904-1905
11 Correspondence, incoming, v. 47, 1904-1905
12 Correspondence, incoming, v. 47, 1904-1905
13 Correspondence, incoming, v. 47, 1904-1905
14 Correspondence, incoming, v. 47, 1904-1905
15 Correspondence, incoming, v. 47, 1904-1905
16 Correspondence, incoming, v. 48, 1905
17 Correspondence, incoming, v. 48, 1904-1905
18 Correspondence, incoming, v. 48, 1903-1905
19 Correspondence, incoming, v. 48, 1903-1905
20 Correspondence, incoming, v. 48, 1903-1905
21 Correspondence, incoming, v. 48, 1903-1905
22 Correspondence, incoming, v. 48, 1903-1905
23 Correspondence, incoming, v. 48, 1903-1905
24 Correspondence, incoming, v. 49, 1906
25 Correspondence, incoming, v. 49, 1906
26 Correspondence, incoming, v. 49, 1906
27 Correspondence, incoming, v. 50, 1905-1906
28 Correspondence, incoming, v. 50, 1905-1906
29 Correspondence, incoming, v. 50, 1905-1906
30 Correspondence, incoming, v. 50, 1905-1906
 
Box 10
 
1 Correspondence, incoming, v. 51, 1904-1906
2 Correspondence, incoming, v. 51, 1904-1906
3 Correspondence, incoming, v. 51, 1904-1906
4 Correspondence, incoming, v. 52, 1904-1906
5 Correspondence, incoming, v. 52, 1904-1906
6 Correspondence, incoming, v. 52, 1904-1906
7 Correspondence, incoming, v. 52, 1904-1906
8 Correspondence, incoming, v. 52, 1904-1906
9 Correspondence, incoming, v. 52, 1904-1906
10 Correspondence, incoming, v. 53, 1904
11 Correspondence, incoming, v. 54, 1907
12 Correspondence, incoming, v. 54, 1907
13 Correspondence, incoming, v. 54, 1907
14 Correspondence, incoming, v. 55, 1907
15 Correspondence, incoming, v. 55, 1907
16 Correspondence, incoming, v. 55, 1907
17 Correspondence, incoming, v. 55, 1907
18 Correspondence, incoming, v. 55, 1907
19 Correspondence, incoming, v. 56, 1906
20 Correspondence, incoming, v. 56, 1906
21 Correspondence, incoming, v. 56, 1906
22 Correspondence, incoming, v. 56, 1906-1907
23 Correspondence, incoming, v. 57, 1906-1907
24 Correspondence, incoming, v. 57, 1906-1908
25 Correspondence, incoming, v. 57, 1906-1908
26 Correspondence, incoming, v. 58, 1906-1907
27 Correspondence, incoming, v. 58, 1906-1907
28 Correspondence, incoming, v. 59, 1906-1907
29 Correspondence, incoming, v. 59, 1906-1907
30 Correspondence, incoming, v. 59, 1906-1907
31 Correspondence, incoming, v. 59, 1906-1907
 
Box 11

1 Correspondence, incoming, v. 60, 1907-1909
2 Correspondence, incoming, v. 60, 1907-1909
3 Correspondence, incoming, v. 60, 1907-1909
4 Correspondence, incoming, v. 60, 1907-1909
5 Correspondence, incoming, v. 60, 1907-1909
6 Correspondence, incoming, v. 60, 1907-1909
7 Correspondence, incoming, v. 60, 1907-1909
8 Correspondence, incoming, v. 61, 1906-1909
9 Correspondence, incoming, v. 61, 1906-1909
10 Correspondence, incoming, v. 61, 1906-1909
11 Correspondence, incoming, v. 61, 1906-1909
12 Correspondence, incoming, v. 61, 1906-1909
13 Correspondence, incoming, v. 62, 1906-1909
14 Correspondence, incoming, v. 62, 1906-1909
15 Correspondence, incoming, v. 62, 1906-1909
16 Correspondence, incoming, v. 62, 1906-1909
17 Correspondence, incoming, v. 62, 1906-1909
18 Correspondence, incoming, v. 62, 1906-1909
19 Correspondence, incoming, v. 63, 1906-1909
20 Correspondence, incoming, v. 63, 1906-1909
21 Correspondence, incoming, v. 63, 1906-1909
22 Correspondence, incoming, v. 64, 1906-1909
23 Correspondence, incoming, v. 64, 1906-1909
24 Correspondence, incoming, v. 64, 1906-1909
25 Correspondence, incoming, v. 64, 1906-1909
26 Correspondence, incoming, v. 65, 1908
27 Correspondence, incoming, v. 65, 1908
28 Correspondence, incoming, v. 65, 1908
29 Correspondence, incoming, v. 65, 1908
30 Correspondence, incoming, v. 65, 1908
31 Correspondence, incoming, v. 65, 1908
32 Correspondence, incoming, v. 66, 1909-1910
33 Correspondence, incoming, v. 66, 1909-1910
 
Box 12

1 Correspondence, incoming, v. 66, 1909-1910
2 Correspondence, incoming, v. 66, 1909-1910
3 Correspondence, incoming, v. 66, 1909-1910
4 Correspondence, incoming, v. 66, 1909-1910
5 Correspondence, incoming, v. 66, 1909-1910
6 Correspondence, incoming, v. 67, 1909-1910
7 Correspondence, incoming, v. 67, 1909-1910
8 Correspondence, incoming, v. 67, 1909-1910
9 Correspondence, incoming, v. 67, 1909-1910
10 Correspondence, incoming, v. 68, 1909-1910
11 Correspondence, incoming, v. 68, 1909-1910
12 Correspondence, incoming, v. 68, 1909-1910
13 Correspondence, incoming, v. 69, 1909-1910
14 Correspondence, incoming, v. 69, 1909-1910
15 Correspondence, incoming, v. 69, 1909-1910
16 Correspondence, incoming, v. 69, 1909-1910
17 Correspondence, incoming, v. 69, 1909-1910
18 Correspondence, incoming, v. 69, 1909-1910
19 Correspondence, incoming, v. 69, 1909-1910
20 Correspondence, incoming, v. 70, 1908-1910
21 Correspondence, incoming, v. 70, 1908-1910
22 Correspondence, incoming, v. 70, 1908-1910
23 Correspondence, incoming, v. 70, 1908-1910
24 Correspondence, incoming, v. 70, 1908-1910
25 Correspondence, incoming, v. 70, 1908-1910
26 Correspondence, incoming, v. 70, 1908-1910
27 Correspondence, incoming, v. 71, 1908-1910
28 Correspondence, incoming, v. 71, 1908-1910
29 Correspondence, incoming, v. 71, 1908-1910
30 Correspondence, incoming, v. 71, 1908-1910
31 Correspondence, incoming, v. 71, 1908-1910
32 Correspondence, incoming, v. 71, 1908-1910
33 Correspondence, incoming, v. 71, 1908-1910
34 Correspondence, incoming, v. 72, 1908-1910
35 Correspondence, incoming, v. 72, 1908-1910
36 Correspondence, incoming, v. 72, 1908-1910
37 Correspondence, incoming, v. 72, 1908-1910
38 Correspondence, incoming, v. 72, 1908-1910
 
Box 13

1 Correspondence, incoming, v. 72, 1908-1910
2 Correspondence, incoming, v. 72, 1908-1910
3 Correspondence, incoming, v. 73, 1909-1910
4 Correspondence, incoming, v. 73, 1909-1910
5 Correspondence, incoming, v. 73, 1909-1910
6 Correspondence, incoming, v. 74, 1911-1913
7 Correspondence, incoming, v. 74, 1911-1913
8 Correspondence, incoming, v. 74, 1911-1913
9 Correspondence, incoming, v. 74, 1911-1913
10 Correspondence, incoming, v. 74, 1911-1913
11 Correspondence, incoming, v. 74, 1911-1913
12 Correspondence, incoming, v. 74, 1911-1913
13 Correspondence, incoming, v. 74, 1911-1913
14 Correspondence, incoming, v. 74, 1911-1913
15 Correspondence, incoming, v. 75, 1911-1913
16 Correspondence, incoming, v. 75, 1911-1913
17 Correspondence, incoming, v. 75, 1911-1913
18 Correspondence, incoming, v. 75, 1911-1913
19 Correspondence, incoming, v. 75, 1911-1913
20 Correspondence, incoming, v. 75, 1911-1913
21 Correspondence, incoming, v. 75, 1911-1913
22 Correspondence, incoming, v. 75, 1911-1913
23 Correspondence, incoming, v. 76, 1912-1915
24 Correspondence, incoming, v. 76, 1912-1915
25 Correspondence, incoming, v. 76, 1912-1915
26 Correspondence, incoming, v. 76, 1912-1915
27 Correspondence, incoming, v. 76, 1912-1915
28 Correspondence, incoming, v. 76, 1912-1915
29 Correspondence, incoming, v. 76, 1912-1915
30 Correspondence, incoming, v. 76, 1912-1915
31 Correspondence, incoming, v. 76, 1912-1915
32 Correspondence, incoming, v. 77, 1912-1915
33 Correspondence, incoming, v. 77, 1912-1915
34 Correspondence, incoming, v. 77, 1912-1915
35 Correspondence, incoming, v. 77, 1912-1915
36 Correspondence, incoming, v. 77, 1912-1915
37 Correspondence, incoming, v. 77, 1912-1915
38 Correspondence, incoming, v. 77, 1912-1915
39 Correspondence, incoming, v. 77, 1912-1915
40 Correspondence, incoming, v. 77, 1912-1915
41 Correspondence, incoming, v. 77, 1912-1915
42 Correspondence, incoming, v. 77, 1912-1915
43 Correspondence, incoming, v. 77, 1912-1915
44 Correspondence, incoming, v. 77, 1912-1915
45 Correspondence, incoming, v. 78, 1914-1915
46 Correspondence, incoming, v. 78, 1914-1915
47 Correspondence, incoming, v. 78, 1914-1915
48 Correspondence, incoming, v. 78, 1914-1915
49 Correspondence, incoming, v. 79, 1914-1915
50 Correspondence, incoming, v. 79, 1914-1915
 
Box 14
 
1 Correspondence, incoming, v. 79, 1914-1915
2 Correspondence, incoming, v. 79, 1914-1915
3 Correspondence, incoming, v. 79, 1914-1915
Ledger Correspondence, outgoing, March 1882-Sept. 3, 1887
Ledger Correspondence, outgoing, Oct. 11, 1887-July 26, 1889
Ledger Correspondence, outgoing, Apr. 1893-Aug. 1894
Ledger Correspondence, outgoing, Sept. 1899-July 1900
Ledger Correspondence, outgoing, Sept. 1901-Feb. 1904
Ledger Correspondence, outgoing, Feb. 1904-June 1905
Ledger Correspondence, outgoing, June 30, 1905-June 1913
Ledger Correspondence, outgoing, Jan. 1894-July 1900 [E. & I.K. Stetson, agents]
Ledger Correspondence, outgoing, July 1900-Sept. 1906 [E. & I.K. Stetson, agents]
Ledger Correspondence, outgoing, Sept. 1906-Apr. 1910 [E. & I.K. Stetson, agents]
Ledger Correspondence, outgoing, Apr. 1910-Sept. 1914 [E. & I.K. Stetson, agents]
4 Correspondence, outgoing, 1913-1914
5 Assets and liabilities, July 1891-July 1913
6 Memorandum book, 1880-1881
Ledger Land record, 1898
7 Permit book, Feb. 1904-July 1909

8-11 Permits, 1900’s
12-29 Permits, 1900’s [I.K. & I.G. Stetson]
30-34 Leases, 1900’s [I.K. & I.G. Stetson]
35 Leases, 1911-
36 Permits, 1918-1919
37 Permits, 1934-1937
38 Stumpage permits, 1946-1947
39 Permits returned unsigned, May 1948
40 Permits
41-42 Camp leases
43 Permits not signed, 1954-1955
44 Permit not signed, Great Northern Paper Co., 1950-1951
45 Stumpage permit, 1949
46 Permits
 
Box 15
 
1-2 General forest industries questionnaire, 1919
3 General forest industries questionnaire, Appendix D
4 General forest industries questionnaire, Appendix E
5 General forest industries questionnaire: Notes on Penobscot block
Ledger Daybooks, 1896-1911 [2 vols.]
Ledger Journal A, 1880-1890
Ledger Journal A-S, Jan. 1, 1883- May 18, 1915 [19 vols.]
Ledger Ledger A-M, Jan. 1883-June 1914 [13 vols.]
6 Ledger, Jan. 1886-Dec. 1898
Ledger Ledger “G,” 1896-1916
Ledger Cash A, Apr. 1889-Feb. 1890
Ledger Cash C, July 1889-June 1892
7 Bills payable & receivable, Mar. 1882-Apr. 1884
8 Notes & bills payable & receivable, Oct. 1889-Jan. 1896
9 Notes & bills payable & receivable, Jan. 1890-Oct. 1902
10 Bills, Nov. 1880-1882
11 Bills, 1882-1883, 1885, 1902-1921
12 Receipts, 1881
13 Ice contracts, 1882, 1885, 1886, 1888-1890
14 Webster, Stetson & Co.: Journal, Feb. 1890-Oct. 1892 [ice]
15 Webster, Stetson & Co.; E. & I.K. Stetson: Ledger, 1890 [ice]
16 Weight statement of cargo of ice shipped, 1890-1891
17 Weight statements of cargo of ice shipped, 1890-1891
18 Weighers certificates, 1882-1883 [ice]
19 Bills of lading, 1882-1883 [ice]
20 Bills of lading, 1884-1885 [ice]
21 Bills of lading & weight certificates, sales of ice, 1891
22 Ice bills of lading & weighers certificates, 1892
23 Ice bills of lading & weighers certificates, 1893
24 Ice shipped, Knickerbocker Ice Co., 1892
25 Ice book payroll, 1886
26 Webster, Stetson & Co., 1890 [ice]
27 Webster, Stetson & Co.: Ice shipped, 1890
28 Stumpage accounts, 1880-1904
29 Weigh books, 1886
30 Time books, 1882-1889
31 Log books, 1896-1897
32 Log books, 1897-1898
33 Log books, 1901-1902
34 Log books,1901-1902
35 Log books, 1902-1903
 
Box 16
 
1 Log books, 1902-1903
2 Log books, 1902-1903
3 Log books, 1903-1904
4 Log books, 1903-1904
5 Log books, 1903-1904
6 Summary of scale cards, 1910-1911, 1911-1912
7 Summary of scale cards, 1912-1913
Ledger [Ledger of logging camp production], Oct. 1902-June 1914
Ledger Land inventory, 1904-1918
8 Loose material removed from land inventory volume
9 Logs landed & yarded, 1913-1914
Ledger E. & I.K. Stetson; Isaiah K. Stetson: Journal A, Dec. 1881-Sept. 1882 [shipbuilding]
Ledger E. & I.K. Stetson; Isaiah K. Stetson: Journal, Sept. 1882-Jan. 1883 [shipbuilding]
Ledger Isaiah K. Stetson: Ledger A, Mar.-Dec. 1882 [shipbuilding]
Ledger Ledger, Apr. 1882-Aug. 1885 [shipping]
10 Agents’ account: Bkne. “Thomas J. Stewart,” Aug. 1894-Nov. 1896
11 Schr. “Augusta W. Snow,” agents’ account, 1905-1913
12 Loose materials from ledger Schr. “Augusta W. Snow”
13 Schr. Henry Crosby, agents’ accts., 1906-1915
14 [Coal delivery journal], Aug. 29, 1887-July 14, 1888
15 [Coal delivery journal], July 21, 1888-Apr. 1, 1889
Ledger [Coal delivery journal], Oct. 30, 1889-Apr. 23, 1891
Ledger Journal A, Apr. 1889-June 1890 [coal]
Ledger [Coal ledger], Aug. 27, 1887-Oct. 22, 1888
Ledger [Coal ledger], Oct. 23, 1888-Oct. 29, 1889
Ledger Ledger A, Apr. 1889-Oct. 1890
16 Cash book, 1887-1888 [coal]
 
Sub-series 6: Penobscot Ice Co.
 
17 Articles of agreement, minutes of Board of Directors, 1894-1898
18 Loose materials removed from ledger
 
Sub-series 7: Aroostook Construction Co.
 
19 Stock certificate forms, 1912
20 New stock shares, 1912, 1914
21 List of stockholders, 1912, 1913
22 Proxies at stockholders’ meetings, 1917, 1920
23 Proxies at stockholders’ meetings, 1921-1922
24 Proxies at stockholders’ meetings, 1923-1924
25 Proxies at stockholders’ meeting, 1925
26 Trust agreement – Old Colony Trust Co., 1912, 1919
27 Trust agreement – Old Colony Trust Co., 1920, 1921
 
Box 17
 
1 Trust agreement – Old Colony Trust Co., 1922
2 Auditor’s report, 1920, 1921
3 Miscellaneous financial documents, 1912-1915, 1919
4 Correspondence, incoming, June 1892-June 1893, A
5 Correspondence, incoming, May 1892-May 1893, B
6 Correspondence, incoming, Apr.-June 1893, C
7 Correspondence, incoming, June 1892-Mar. 1893, C
8 Correspondence, incoming, May 1892-June 1893, D-N
9 Correspondence, incoming, June 1892-June 1893, O-Z
10 Correspondence, incoming, July-Dec. 1893, A
11 Correspondence, incoming, July-Dec., 1893, B
12 Correspondence, incoming, June-Sept. 1893, C
13 Correspondence, incoming, Sept.-Dec., 1893, C
14 Correspondence, incoming, July-Dec. 1893, D-N
15 Correspondence, incoming, July-Dec., O-Z
16 Correspondence, incoming, 1894, A-B
17 Correspondence, incoming, 1894, C
18 Correspondence, incoming, 1894, D-L
19 Correspondence, incoming, 1894, M-S
20 Correspondence, incoming, 1894, T-W
Ledger Correspondence, outgoing, Aug. 1892-Sept. 1893
Ledger Correspondence, outgoing, Sept. 1893-July 1894
21 Correspondence, outgoing, 1894
Ledger Correspondence, outgoing, June 1895-Oct. 1902
Ledger Correspondence, outgoing, Nov. 1902-Dec. 1907
Ledger Correspondence, outgoing, Jan. 1908-Sept. 1910
Ledger Correspondence, outgoing, Sept. 1910-Oct. 1913
Ledger Index, Aroostook Construction Co. vouchers, Medford extension
22 Bangor & Aroostook Railroad: Treasurer’s report, 1895, 1897
23 Bangor & Aroostook Railroad: Miscellaneous documents
 
Sub-series 8: Fish River Railroad Co.
 
Ledger Correspondence, outgoing, 1901-1904
 
Sub-series 9: First National Bank of Bangor
 
24 Miscellaneous documents, 1879, 1882
25 Stock ledger, Oct. 1915
Ledger Correspondence, outgoing, Jan. 1912-Oct. 1919 [4 ledgers]
 
Sub-series 10: Stetson & Alpaugh
 
26 Partnership agreement with Leslie Hastings and Walter Alpaugh, 1910
27 Correspondence, incoming, 1910-1911, A-B
28 Correspondence, incoming, 1910-1911, C-G
29 Correspondence, incoming, 1910-1911, H-L
30 Correspondence, incoming, 1910-1911, M-R
31 Correspondence, incoming, 1910-1911, S-Y
32 Correspondence, incoming, 1911-1912, A-B
 
Box 18
 
1 Correspondence, incoming, 1911-1912, C-D
2 Correspondence, incoming, 1911-1912, E-H
3 Correspondence, incoming, 1911-1912, L-O
4 Correspondence, incoming, 1911-1912, P
5 Correspondence, incoming, 1911-1912, R-S
6 Correspondence, incoming, 1911-1912, T-W
7 Correspondence, incoming re Evinrude Motor Co., 1912, B-C
8 Correspondence, incoming re Evinrude Motor Co., 1912, E
9 Correspondence, incoming re Evinrude Motor Co., 1912, E
10 Correspondence, incoming re Evinrude Motor Co., 1912, G-P
11 Correspondence, incoming re Evinrude Motor Co., 1912, S-Y
12 Blank forms, undated
Ledger Stetson & Alpaugh; I.G. Stetson & Co.: Journal, July 1910-Dec. 1913
Ledger Stetson & Alpaugh; I.G. Stetson & Co.: Ledger, Dec. 1911-Jan. 1913
13 Ledger, 1911-1912
14 Bankbook, 1910-1912
15 Check register, Aug. 1912-Aug. 1913
16 Office cashbook, July 1910-March 1912
Ledger Stetson & Alpaugh; I.G. Stetson & Co.: Cashbook, Apr. 1912-Sept. 1915
17 Financial information, 1910, 1911, 1913
Ledger Stetson & Alpaugh; I.G. Stetson & Co.: Invoices, 1911-1913
18 Invoices, July 1913-Oct. 1914, goods shipped to N.E. Carry
19 Orders; prices of supplies, 1911-1912
20 Order book, 1913
21 Supplies used, 1911-1912; amounts food & fodder used, 1912-13
22 Wangan prices, undated
23 Freight bills, 1910
24 Coburn Steamboat Co. bills & statements, 1910
25 Somerset Railway Co. freight bills, 1910
26 Freight bills, 1910-1911
27 Freight bills, 1911-1912
Ledger Stetson & Alpaugh; I.G. Stetson & Co.; Stetson & Turner: Records of stumpage, boom, sale; scale bills, 1910-1918
28 Articles wanted in all & am’t ordered, undated
29 Monthly time books, 1910-1912
30 Tally cards, 1910
31 Woods journal; woods ledger, undated
32 Field notes
33 Field notes of survey lines
34 A comparison of the Me. & Blodgett log rules
35 Draft report to E. & I.K. Stetson re T3 R8, 1910
36 Maps
 
Box 19
 
Sub-series 11: I.G. Stetson & Co.
 
1 Correspondence & receipts, incoming, 1912-1913, A-B
2 Correspondence & receipts, incoming, 1912-1913, C
3 Correspondence & receipts, incoming, 1912-1913, D-F
4 Correspondence & receipts, incoming, 1912-1913, G
5 Correspondence & receipts, incoming, 1912-1913, H-L
6 Correspondence & receipts, incoming, 1912-1913, M-R
7 Correspondence & receipts, incoming, 1912-1913, S-Y
Ledger Correspondence, outgoing, May 23, 1913-Nov. 24, 1914
Ledger Correspondence, outgoing, Nov. 25, 1914-Jan. 28, 1916
Ledger Correspondence, outgoing, Jan. 28-Oct. 3, 1916
Ledger Correspondence, outgoing, Oct. 3, 1916-Aug. 23, 1917
Ledger Correspondence, outgoing, Aug. 23, 1917-Nov. 14, 1919
8 Burglary policy, 1914
Ledger Journal B, 1913-1918
Ledger Journal B, 1915-1927
Ledger Ledger, Aug. 1913-Nov. 1914
Ledger Ledger, 1915-1920
Ledger Cashbook A, 1913-1916
Ledger Cashbook B, June 1916-Mar. 1922
Ledger Cashbook, Oct. 1921-Oct. 1924
9 Bangor & Aroostook Railroad goods shipped to Lagrange: bills, Dec. 1912, June-July 1914
10 Coburn Steamboat Co. bills & statements, Sept.-Oct. 1912
11 Coburn Steamboat Co. bills & statements, Oct. 1912-Sept. 1913
12 Coburn Steamboat Co. bills & statements, Oct. 1913-Oct. 1914
13 Maine Central Railroad Co. freight bills, 1912-1914
14 Penobscot Hotel & Trading Co. bills, 1912
15 Penobscot Hotel & Trading Co.: N.E. Carry freight bills, 1912-1913
16 Penobscot Hotel & Trading Co. bills, 1913-1914
17 Checks, 1906
18 Checks, 1912
19 Checks, 1913A
20 Checks, 1913B
21 Checks, 1914
22 Checks, 1915
23 Vouchers 1-29, 1912
24 Papers, 1910-1911, Lobster Lake
25 Scale cards, 1913
Ledger [Orders shipped], Nov. 1915-Mar. 1917
Ledger Cord cutters, 1917-1918
26 Workers hiring agreements, 1914
27 Monthly time book, March-June 1914
28 Agreement with Fred Bigney, 1912, 1913
Ledger Stetson & Turner; Stetson & Turner Co.; Waldo Lumber Co.: Journal, Mar. 1917-Feb. 1926
Ledger Waldo Lumber Co.: Journal, Mar.1927-1952
Ledger I.G. Stetson (Stetson & Turner): Ledger A, Mar. 1917-July 1921
Ledger Waldo Lumber Co.: Ledger A, Aug. 1, 1921-Dec. 31, 1930
Ledger Waldo Lumber Co.: Ledger, Jan. 1931-Aug. 1938
Ledger Waldo Lumber Co.: Ledger C, 1940-Dec. 1951
Ledger Stetson & Turner: Cashbook A, Mar. 1917-May 1919
Ledger Stetson & Turner; Stetson & Turner Co.; Waldo Lumber Co.: Cashbook, Jan. 1919-Oct. 1926
Ledger Waldo Lumber Co.: Cashbook, Oct. 12, 1926-Oct. 19, 1932
Ledger Waldo Lumber Co.: Cashbook, Oct. 19, 1932-June 21, 1938
Ledger Waldo Lumber Co.: Cashbook, 1938-1948
29 Waldo Lumber Co.: Advertising cards and other material
 
Sub-series 12: I.K. & I.G. Stetson
 
Ledger Correspondence, outgoing, Oct. 1914-Apr. 1920
Ledger Cashbook “A,” Mar. 29, 1920-Oct. 1, 1946
Maps Plans of Townships 3-10; East Middlesex [16 sets of maps]
 
Sub-series 13: Martinon Lumber Co.
 
Ledger Directors’ records, Aug. 1915-Oct. 1925
Ledger Stock certificates, 1915
30 Map, 1903, Boston and the Maritime Provinces
31 Documents re purchase of property, Grand River, Quebec, 1919-1920; “McKay permit,” 1945
Map Estimate sheet, estate of Louis Cabot, Grand River, P.Q., 1916
32 Correspondence of Waldo P. Lowell, Nov. 1915-Apr. 1916, A-J
33 Correspondence of Waldo P. Lowell, Nov. 1915-Apr. 1916, K-T
 
Box 20
 
1 Correspondence of Waldo P. Lowell, Nov. 1915-Apr. 1916, W
2 Correspondence of Waldo P. Lowell, Dec. 1915-Jan. 1916
3 Correspondence of Waldo P. Lowell, Jan.-Mar. 1916
4 Correspondence of Waldo P. Lowell, Mar.-Apr. 1916
5 Correspondence of Waldo P. Lowell, May-Oct. 1916, A-B
6 Correspondence of Waldo P. Lowell, May-Oct. 1916, C
7 Correspondence of Waldo P. Lowell, May-Oct. 1916, E-L
8 Correspondence of Waldo P. Lowell, May-Oct. 1916, M-S
9 Correspondence of Waldo P. Lowell, May-Oct. 1916, S-W
10 Correspondence of Waldo P. Lowell, Oct. 1916-Apr. 1917, A-B
11 Correspondence of Waldo P. Lowell, Oct. 1916-Apr. 1917, C-D
12 Correspondence of Waldo P. Lowell, Oct. 1916-Apr. 1917, E-L
13 Correspondence of Waldo P. Lowell, Oct. 1916-Apr. 1917, M-S
14 Correspondence of Waldo P. Lowell, Oct. 1916-Apr. 1917, T-W
15 Correspondence of Waldo P. Lowell, Jan.-Feb. 1917
16 Correspondence of Waldo P. Lowell, Mar.-May 1917
17 Correspondence of Waldo P. Lowell, June-Aug. 1917
18 Correspondence of Waldo P. Lowell, Sept.-Nov. 1917
19 Correspondence of Waldo P. Lowell, Apr.-Oct. 1917, A-B
 
Box 21
 
1 Correspondence of Waldo P. Lowell, Apr.-Oct. 1917, C
2 Correspondence of Waldo P. Lowell, Apr.-Oct. 1917, D-J
3 Correspondence of Waldo P. Lowell, Apr.-Oct. 1917, K-R
4 Correspondence of Waldo P. Lowell, Apr.-Oct. 1917, S-W
5 Correspondence of Waldo P. Lowell, Oct. 1917-Apr. 1918, A-B
6 Correspondence of Waldo P. Lowell, Oct. 1917-Apr. 1918, C-F
7 Correspondence of Waldo P. Lowell, Oct. 1917-Apr. 1918, G-J
8 Correspondence of Waldo P. Lowell, Oct. 1917-Apr. 1918, K-P
9 Correspondence of Waldo P. Lowell, Oct. 1917-Apr. 1918, R-W
10 Correspondence of Waldo P. Lowell, 1916-1917, A-F
11 Correspondence of Waldo P. Lowell, 1916-1917, G-R
12 Correspondence of Waldo P. Lowell, 1916-1917, S-W
13 Correspondence of Waldo P. Lowell, Dec. 1917-Feb. 1918
14 Correspondence of Waldo P. Lowell, Mar.-May 1918
15 Correspondence of Waldo P. Lowell, June-July 1918
16 Correspondence of Waldo P. Lowell to M.J. Scullin, July 1917-July 1918
17 Correspondence of Waldo P. Lowell to Morse & Buffum Co., Dec. 1915-May 1916
18 Correspondence of Waldo P. Lowell to Morse & Buffum Co., June-July 1916
 
Box 22
 
1 Correspondence of Waldo P. Lowell to Morse & Buffum Co., Aug.-Sept., 1916
2 Correspondence of Waldo P. Lowell to Morse & Buffum Co., Oct.-Dec., 1916
3 Correspondence of Waldo P. Lowell to Morse & Buffum Co., Jan.-July, 1917
4 Correspondence of Waldo P. Lowell to Morse & Buffum Co., Aug.-Nov., 1917
5 Correspondence of Waldo P. Lowell to Morse & Buffum Co., Dec. 1917-Feb. 1918
6 Correspondence of Waldo P. Lowell to Morse & Buffum Co., Mar.-May, 1918
7 Correspondence of Waldo P. Lowell to Morse & Buffum Co., June-Aug., 1918
8 Correspondence, business of Frank C. Hinckley, 1916-1917, A-G
9 Correspondence, business of Frank C. Hinckley, 1916-1917, H-M
10 Correspondence, business of Frank C. Hinckley, 1916-1917, N-W
11 Correspondence, personal of Frank C. Hinckley, 1916-1918, A-W
Ledger Correspondence, outgoing [from I.G. Stetson], Dec. 6, 1915-Aug. 8, 1916
Ledger Correspondence, outgoing [from I.G. Stetson], Aug. 11, 1916-Apr. 6, 1918
Ledger Correspondence, outgoing [from I.G. Stetson], Apr. 8-Aug. 20, 1918
Ledger Journal, July 1915-Dec. 1929
Ledger Ledger [1916?]
Ledger Ledger, Aug.-Sept., 1918
Ledger Cashbook, Aug. 1915-Sept. 1918
Ledger Cashbook “A,” Sept. 1918-Mar. 1920
12 Bills, 1916-1917, A-G
13 Bills, 1916-1917, H-O
14 Bills, 1916-1917, P-W
15 Invoices to, 1917-1918, A-G
16 Invoices to, 1917-1918, H-L
17 Invoices to, 1917-1918, M-N
 
Box 23
 
1 Invoices to, 1917-1918, R-V
2 Invoices to, 1917-1918, W
3 W.P. Lowell’s personal bills, receipts, 1915-1917
4 In acc’t with W.P. Lowell, May 1916-Dec. 1917
5 In acc’t with W.P.Lowell, Jan.-July, 1918
6 Bills paid on account of J.J. Arseneault, 1916-1918
7 Bills paid on account of J.J. Arseneault, 1916-1918
8 Bills paid on account of J.J. Arseneault [with T. McAvity & Sons, 1916-1918
9 Accounts with jobbers: John J. Arseneault, 1917-1918
10 Accounts with jobbers: W.D. Clarke, 1916-1918
11 Accounts with jobbers: D-White & Patterson, 1917-1918
Ledger [Record of goods received], Jan. 1921-May 1924
12 Scale bills, mill tallies, shipping tallies, 1915-1918
Ledger Lumber record, Dec. 1915-May 1916
13 Scalers’ reports, 1916-1917
Ledger [Shipping record], Mar. 1913-Feb. 1917
Ledger [Shipping record], Apr. 1916-May 1922
14 Orders, 1916-1918, B-C
15 Orders, 1916-1918, E-M
16 Orders, 1916-1918, M
17 Orders, 1916-1918, N-W
18 Orders, 1916-1918, W
Ledger Daybook, orders, Nov. 1917-Sept. 1918
Ledger Time book, Oct.-Dec., 1916
19 Payroll for Musquash, N.B., June 1916-May 1917
20 Payroll for Musquash, N.B., Aug. 1917-July 1918
 
Box 24
 
1 St. John office: Correspondence, 1917-1918
2 St. John ledger
Ledger “St. John books,” Cash, Feb.-Aug., 1918
3 St. John office: Miscellaneous file, 1917-1918
4 St. John office: Miscellaneous file, 1917-1918
5 St. John office: Miscellaneous file, 1917-1918
6 St. John office: Miscellaneous file, 1917-1918
Ledger Trial balances, 1919
7 Martinon Lumber Co.; Grand Lake Lumber Co.: Loose sheets from Trial balances ledger: Trial balances, 1920-1925
8 Grand Lake Lumber Co.: copy of chattel mortgage, 1925
9 Grand Lake Lumber Co.: Record of checks drawn on manager’s bank account, Halifax, Nov. 1924-Aug. 1925
10 Grand Lake Lumber Co.: Materials shipped, Mar.-Aug., 1925
 
Sub-series 14: Crogan Sales Co.
 
11 Journal, 1925-1930
Ledger Ledger, July 1925-Dec. 1930
12 Cashbook, 1925-1929
Ledger Sales ledger, 1925-1928
 
Sub-series 15: Miscellaneous
 
13 Bodwell Water Power Co.: Correspondence, outgoing, 1889-1906
Ledger Bangor Cast Stone Products Co.: Journal, Mar. 1916-June 1917
Ledger Bangor Cast Stone Products Co.: Journal, 1916-1920
Ledger Bangor Cast Stone Products Co.: Journal, 1920-1926
Ledger Bangor Cast Stone Products Co.: Ledger, 1916-1917
Ledger Bangor Cast Stone Products Co.: Cashbook, Jan. 1917-May 1918
Ledger Bangor Cast Stone Products Co.: Cashbook, May 1918-Dec. 1919
Ledger Bangor Cast Stone Products Co.: Cashbook, 1920-1926
Ledger Bangor Cast Stone Products Co.: Sales ledger, 1920-1924
Ledger Bangor Cast Stone Products Co.: Index, sales ledger
14 Unidentified, undated photograph of a saw
15 Unidentified scale cards and permits, 1911-1913

Series II: Personal papers
 
Sub-series 1: Papers of George Stetson
 
Box 24
 
Folder
 
16 Information re building his house, 1846-1847
17 Invoices for building his house, 1847-1849
18 Deeds & mortgages, 1840’s-1870’s
19 Market Bank discount book, 1863-1864
20 Legal papers, 1870’s-1880’s
21 Legal materials re town of Hersey, 1880-1883
22 Legal papers, 1880’s
23 Assets of estate of George Stetson, Jan. 1, 1904
24 Correspondence re estate to Jan. 1895, B-G
25 Correspondence re estate to Jan. 1895, H-W
26 Miscellaneous documents re estate
Ledger Journal: Estate of Geo. Stetson, July 1891-Dec. 1908
Ledger [Journal: Estate of Geo. Stetson], Jan. 1909-Dec. 1923
Ledger Ledger: Estate of Geo. Stetson, July 1891-Dec. 1908
Ledger Correspondence, outgoing: Estate of George Stetson, June 1893-
Sept. 1907
Ledger Copybook, estate of Geo. Stetson, Sept. 1891-Dec. 1893
 
Sub-series 2: Papers of Isaiah K. Stetson
 
27 Personal bills, 1893-1896
28 Personal bills, 1897
 
Box 25
 
1 Personal bills, 1898-1900
2 Personal bills, 1900
3 Personal bills, 1901-1902
4 Personal bills, 1902-1903
5 Personal bills, 1903-1904
6 Personal bills, 1904-1906
7 Personal bills, 1907
8 Personal bills, 1907
9 Personal bills, 1908
10 Personal bills, 1908
11 Personal bills, 1909
12 Personal bills, 1909
13 Personal bills, 1910
14 Personal bills, 1910
15 Personal bills, 1910
 
Box 26
 
1 Personal bills, 1911
2 Personal bills, 1911
3 Personal bills, 1912
4 Personal bills, 1912
5 Checks, 1908
6 Checks, 1910
7 Checks, 1910
8 Checks, 1911, 1917
9 Check register, Dec. 1908-Jan. 1910
10 Check register, Jan.-Oct., 1910
11 Check register, Oct. 1910-May 1911
12 Documents re estate of Isaiah Stetson, 1870-1926
13 Copy of lease of Bangor & Piscataquis Railroad Co. and Consolidated European & North American Railway Co., 1873
Map Map of the European & North American Railway & its connections, 1871
14 Bangor Bridge Co. papers, 1887-1890
15 Bills paid by I.K. Stetson on a/c party on board Schr. Louise Hastings [1891?]
Ledger Isaiah K. Stetson: Personal scrapbook, 1891-1918
Ledger Correspondence, outgoing re Maine State College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts; also IKS personal, May 1896-July 1908
16 Papers as treasurer of Trustees of Maine State College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts, 1896-1899, 1901-1902
17 Unidentified payrolls, 1908-1909 [Maine State College?]
18 Niben Club Construction Co. documents, 1897
Ledger Phillips [Academy] scrapbook, 1900-1905
19 Loose items from Phillips scrapbook
20 List of rents, 1906-1907
21 Nomination paper for John L. Woodman, 1907 [for mayor of Bangor]
22 New Unity Club constitution, by-laws, list of members
23 Journal of New Unity Club, 1885-1886
24 List of subscriptions to the Unitarian Memorial Building
25 Unitarian Memorial Assoc. financial accounts, 1903-1904
26 Unitarian Memorial Assoc. financial ledger, Nov. 1906-Feb. 1913
27 Unitarian Memorial Assoc. invoices, 1907-1909
 
Box 27
 
1 Unitarian Memorial Assoc. invoices, 1910-1911
2 Unitarian Memorial Assoc. invoices, 1923-1924
3 Papers re E.A. Buck & Co., 1907-1908
4 Kenduskeag Investments Co.: correspondence, outgoing, 1916-1918
5 Correspondence, outgoing re family business, 1919-1920
6 Miscellaneous personal items
7 Newspaper clippings
8 Photograph of IKS, undated
9 Photograph at reunion of Yale class of 1879, June 20, 1939
 
Sub-series 3: Papers of Edward Stetson
 
10 Class notes, 1877 [from Harvard?]
11 Class notes: real property, 1877 [from Harvard?]
12 Class notes, 1877 [from Harvard?]
Ledger Journal, 1878-1882
Ledger Journals, 1898-1913 [4 vols.]
Ledger Ledger, 1898-1902
Ledger Ledger no. 2, July 1908-Dec. 1912
13 Correspondence, incoming re Agnes Lobdell, 1881
14 Correspondence, incoming, July 1892-July 1893, A-B
15 Correspondence, incoming, July 1892-July 1893, C-D
16 Correspondence, incoming, July 1892-July 1893, E-R
17 Correspondence, incoming, July 1892-July 1893, S-W
18 Correspondence, incoming, 1894, A-B
19 Correspondence, incoming, 1894, C
20 Correspondence, incoming, 1894, C-L
21 Correspondence, incoming, 1894, M-S
22 Correspondence, incoming, 1894, T-W
Ledger Correspondence, outgoing, July 1893-Jan. 1913 [6 vols.]
Ledger Record of [account] collections, Nov. 1878-Oct. 1881
23 Eugene’s [Eugene Stetson] expenses, 1892-1900
24 Loose materials removed from ledger of Eugene’s expenses
25 Financial information re Lily Stetson [Lily Freifrau Treusch von Buttlar Brandenfels], 1899-1913
 
Box 28
 
1 Power of attorney for Lily G. Stetson, 1895-1903
2 Securities of Lily G. Stetson, 1896-1912
3 Bonds, notes and stocks ... for Lily G. Stetson, 1895-1896
4 Securities received from Lily G. Stetson, 1899-1900
5 Bankbooks of Lily G. Stetson, 1895, 1901
6 Ledger of financial transactions of Lily G. Stetson, Jan. 1903-Sept. 1913
7 Journal of financial transactions of Lily G. Stetson, Dec. 1901-July 1910
8 Journal of financial transactions for Lily G. Stetson, July 1910-Sept. 1913
9 Copy of marriage settlement of Lily G. Stetson, 1901
10 Papers relating to sale of stock in Northern Development Co., 1899, 1900 [re Lily G. Stetson]
11 Records of payments to Lily G. Stetson, 1895-1896, no. 1-51
12 Personal bills of Lily G. Stetson, 1897-1898, no. 1-32
13 Personal bills of Lily G. Stetson, 1899-1901, no. 1-55
14 Personal bills of Lily G. Stetson, 1902-1909, no. 1-53
15 Personal bills of Lily G. Stetson, 1910-1913, no. 54-81
16 Checks drawn by Lily G. Stetson, 1894-1903
17 Checks drawn by Lily G. Stetson, 1904-1913
18 Bank checks of Henry C. Stetson, 1897
19 Bank checks of Louise F. Stetson, 1897
20 Inventory of assets and liabilities [of Edward Stetson], 1904-Jan. 1, 1913
21 Miscellaneous personal papers
 
Sub-series 4: Papers of Irving G. Stetson
 
22 Maine guide’s license, 1908
23 Class notebooks, 1908-1910 [Yale Forest School]
24 Class outlines [Yale Forest School]
25 Reports for classes, Yale Forest School, 1908-1909
26 Class notes [Yale Forest School]
27 Information re forestry [Yale Forest School]
28 Reports on forest fire prevention [Yale Forest School]
29 Class notes: Economics 18
30 Business law course, Chicago Correspondence School of Law, 1911-1912
 
Box 29
 
1 Correspondence, incoming, 1909-1911
2 Correspondence, incoming, 1911-1914, A-B
3 Correspondence, incoming, 1911-1914, C-F
4 Correspondence, incoming, 1911-1914, G-H
5 Correspondence, incoming, 1911-1914, K-O
6 Correspondence, incoming, 1911-1914, P-V
7 Correspondence, incoming, 1911-1914, W
8 Newspaper clippings, 1908-1910
9 Bills of sale for enrolled vessels, 1914
10 Miscellaneous personal papers
11 Strickland, Coombs and other papers for State Museum
12 Strickland papers
13 Strickland, Frederic H.: Union Insurance Co. [risks to vessels],
1903-1905
14 Ivory W. Coombs papers
15 Ivory W. Coombs papers
16 1849 survey SR14
17 W.P. Hubbard papers [for Museum?]
18 Photographs of damage done by birch borers, ca. 1945
19 Photographs for Museum [logging and shipping]
 
Sub-series 5: Miscellaneous
 
20 Maine Missionary Society: Correspondence, outgoing of John L. Crosby, Treasurer, Jan. 1888-July 1908
21 Maine Missionary Society: Monthly receipts by conferences, 1902-1906
22 Maine Missionary Society: Receipts by conference, Sept. 1903-Jan. 1907; undated
23 P.A. Hubbard: Correspondence, outgoing, 1913
24 William P. Hubbard, agent, in a/c with estate of John B. Foster, 1907-1913
Ledger Real estate records: John B. Foster
25 Maine Anti-Tuberculosis Assoc.: Subscription book, undated
26 Unidentified bank and memo books
 
Box 30
 
Oversized material
 
Blanchard Slate Mining Co.: Stock certificates
Stetson, George: Market Bank discount book, 1863-1864

Oversized maps

Blanchard Slate Company plan, 1891; Station Grounds at Blanchard, no date; Monson area, Piscataquis County, no date

Clifton, Lot 77 and part of Lot 65, no date

Martin Lot, part of Twp. 8, S.D., Hancock County, 1948

Northern Maine, Canadian border

Unidentified land owner, percentage interest in lots, Township 13 Range 9 to Township 20, no date

St. Francis Allegash [Allagash] sector, no date

North East Quarter of 10 R 14 WELS, 1919-1920

Timber map, Eagle Lake, 1922

Township 10 R 17, cut over area, 1956

Quebec - Maine border near Township 7 R 19, showing roads leading to St. George, Pittston Farm, Quebec City, and stops along the Q. C. Railway, 1953

Quebec - Maine border along the southwest branch of the St. John River, 1953

Sketches of Township 8 Range 17, 1954

Sketches of Township 10 Range 13, 1917, 1921

Sketch showing Gilbert Road, Sonier Upper road, tote road, unidentified location, no date

Lot ownership sketches near Bradford and Lagrange, no dates

Lot ownership sketch, unidentified location, showing lots owned by Hamlin, Stetson, Thompson and Carter, no date

Northeast Harbor, showing Hamlin property, surveyed by E. M. Hamor, 1887 and 1895

Northeast Harbor, Original lot of Stephen and John Richardson, 1952

Penobscot River West Branch region

Spencer, no date

Tract X R 14, big Spencer Mountain area map, no date

Tract X R 14, tracing from survey by Joseph L. Kelsey in 1831

Schoodic Lake area, showing camps near Bangor & Arootook Railroad station, plan of H. W. McNaughton, 1910, with notes added in 1936

Seboois Lake area sketch, 1930

Big Ragmuff area as surveyed in 1849, copied in 1942

Schoodic Lake area, 1945

Lobster Brook area, 1945

Lobster Lake area, 1946

Seboomook Dam area, 1951

Indian Township No. 4, sketch, 1954

Township 4 Range 14, 4 Range 15, 5 Range 14, 5 Range 14, 1952

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