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Alfred (Me.)

 Subject
Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source

Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:

A Sawmill In Alfred, 1936

 Item — Box 18: Series US-MeSA-547 [Barcode: 343240], Negative: F51
Identifier: G547-343240-F51
Content Description From the Collection: George Washington French (1882-1970) was born in Kezar Falls, Maine to John F. (1851-1926) and Francena (Towel) French (1860-1950). George was the second of four children. His older brother William R. (1879-1953) known as Will, was a Maine Guide. He also had a younger sister Mabel D. Bragdon and a younger brother Earnest “Ern” (1891-1916). He attended Parsonsfield Seminary, Bridgton Academy, and Bates College where he excelled as an athlete. He taught and coached at Deerfield and Monson...
Dates: 1936

Church By Roadside In Alfred, 1944

 Item — Box 13: Series US-MeSA-547 [Barcode: 210842], Negative: CF77
Identifier: G547-210842-CF77
Content Description From the Collection: George Washington French (1882-1970) was born in Kezar Falls, Maine to John F. (1851-1926) and Francena (Towel) French (1860-1950). George was the second of four children. His older brother William R. (1879-1953) known as Will, was a Maine Guide. He also had a younger sister Mabel D. Bragdon and a younger brother Earnest “Ern” (1891-1916). He attended Parsonsfield Seminary, Bridgton Academy, and Bates College where he excelled as an athlete. He taught and coached at Deerfield and Monson...
Dates: 1944

Piles Of Lumber Air Drying At A Saw Mill In Alfred, 1947

 Item — Box 17: Series US-MeSA-547 [Barcode: 210846], Negative: CF958
Identifier: G547-210846-CF958
Content Description From the Collection: George Washington French (1882-1970) was born in Kezar Falls, Maine to John F. (1851-1926) and Francena (Towel) French (1860-1950). George was the second of four children. His older brother William R. (1879-1953) known as Will, was a Maine Guide. He also had a younger sister Mabel D. Bragdon and a younger brother Earnest “Ern” (1891-1916). He attended Parsonsfield Seminary, Bridgton Academy, and Bates College where he excelled as an athlete. He taught and coached at Deerfield and Monson...
Dates: 1947

Report Giving Leave to Withdraw Various Military Petitions, 1829-02-13

 File — Box 26: Series US-MeSA-7-7000 [Barcode: 310498], Folder: 014
Identifier: US-MeSA-7-7000-1986-1000-026-014
Scope and Contents From the Schedule/Series: Papers of the Executive Council, a constitutionally created body whose sole purpose was to advise the Governor. All matters of State Government went before the Council until it was abolished in 1976. The records include reports, pardons, and orders.
Dates: 1829-02-13

Report on the Petition of Lewis Martin for a Pardon, 1829-01-05

 File — Box 25: Series US-MeSA-7-7000 [Barcode: 310497], Folder: 001
Identifier: US-MeSA-7-7000-1986-1000-025-001
Scope and Contents From the Schedule/Series: Papers of the Executive Council, a constitutionally created body whose sole purpose was to advise the Governor. All matters of State Government went before the Council until it was abolished in 1976. The records include reports, pardons, and orders.
Dates: 1829-01-05

Saw Mill Yard In Alfred Piled With New Cut Lumber, 1947

 Item — Box 17: Series US-MeSA-547 [Barcode: 210846], Negative: CF948
Identifier: G547-210846-CF948
Content Description From the Collection: George Washington French (1882-1970) was born in Kezar Falls, Maine to John F. (1851-1926) and Francena (Towel) French (1860-1950). George was the second of four children. His older brother William R. (1879-1953) known as Will, was a Maine Guide. He also had a younger sister Mabel D. Bragdon and a younger brother Earnest “Ern” (1891-1916). He attended Parsonsfield Seminary, Bridgton Academy, and Bates College where he excelled as an athlete. He taught and coached at Deerfield and Monson...
Dates: 1947

Warrant in Favor of Alfred Academy, 1831-04-05

 File — Box 37: Series US-MeSA-7-7000 [Barcode: 310582], Folder: 051
Identifier: US-MeSA-7-7000-1986-1000-037-051
Scope and Contents From the Schedule/Series: Papers of the Executive Council, a constitutionally created body whose sole purpose was to advise the Governor. All matters of State Government went before the Council until it was abolished in 1976. The records include reports, pardons, and orders.
Dates: 1831-04-05

Young Adults Enjoying A Hayride In Alfred

 Item — Box 4: Series US-MeSA-547 [Barcode: 342766], Negative: A810940
Identifier: G547-210807-A810940
Content Description From the Collection: George Washington French (1882-1970) was born in Kezar Falls, Maine to John F. (1851-1926) and Francena (Towel) French (1860-1950). George was the second of four children. His older brother William R. (1879-1953) known as Will, was a Maine Guide. He also had a younger sister Mabel D. Bragdon and a younger brother Earnest “Ern” (1891-1916). He attended Parsonsfield Seminary, Bridgton Academy, and Bates College where he excelled as an athlete. He taught and coached at Deerfield and Monson...
Dates: 1900 - 1961