Garden Peninsula Historical Society Museum
Genealogical materials, including family photograph, relating to members of the Rochefort/Rocheforte family -- Persons represented include Leo Rochefort and his wife, Clara (Haynes) Rochefort; his parents, Joseph Rochefort and Viola (LaSalle) Rochefort; and Joseph Hynes and his wife, Clara (Eldred) Hynes
Winthrop Public Library & Museum
Bill of sale of part of enrolled vessel, the schooner Agate, by Winslow to Warren Belcher, Winthrop, Mass -- Signed at U.S. Customhouse, Barnstable, Mass
Garden Peninsula Historical Society Museum
Historical Society of Princeton
Miscellaneous papers including receipt for son's tuition in Mr. Knighton's school (1839), signed by James S. Green, account with J.R. Slayback(1864-1867), and a list of articles taken "at the appraisement" (incomplete, no date)
Frankenmuth Historical Association
Book of German sermons entitled Gesammelte Sonn- Fest- und Feyertags Predigten, by Caspar Jacob Huth, printed in 1771 and possibly purchased by Kern (1837), including written inscriptions by persons unrelated to Kern's family; together with "Entlass-Schein" document (diploma), proving Kern's graduation from school in Rosstal, Germany, required in order to emigrate from Bavaria
Bucks County Historical Society
Records including an arts and crafts directory; lists of Bucks County, Pa., artists, musicians, writers, dancers, and other theatricals; list of Bucks County monuments, markers, and memorials; sketch on covered bridges by George Harton; and sketch on the Bucks County Playhouse -- Persons represented include Bessie Gaston Phillips
Historical Society of Princeton
Carbon copy of typed transcription of "Abstract of title of the farm or plantation, known as the Homestead Farm of Henry D. Phillips dec'd and now belonging to John F. Phillips ... in the township of Lawrence ...: 31 March 1874.". -- Also includes a holograph map
Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center
Over 300 catalogs, advertising fliers, brochures, and pamphlets, accumulated by the Rice family, covering a broad range of household and other products, businesses and services, and transportation, many used by middle-and upper-income households -- Includes catalogs from many states with the majority from businesses in the Midwest
Maine Folklife Center,-- Northeast Archives of Folklore and Oral History
Interview with Richard, at Rangeley, Me., about his work in the woods and logging from 1940s to the present
Maine Folklife Center,-- Northeast Archives of Folklore and Oral History
Interview with Jackson, at Bailey Island, Me., about following the fish (halibut, scallops, crabs, herring) and fishing territories