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E. E. LIBBEY PAPERS
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Box: 1 Fold: 1 Abbott, Anna B.
1900[?]-1912[?]

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS from Anna B. Abbott of St. Albans [?], Maine, to EEL regarding a payment for an order of spruce.

Box: 1 Fold: 2 Aborn, B. L.
12/31/1907-2/10/1908

DESCRIPTION: 4 ALS from B. S. Aborn of Brooks, Maine, to EEL regarding Aborn's interest in buying property and allowing Libbey to use wood suitable for pulp located on it.

Box: 1 Fold: 3 Adams
2/26/1906-10/16/1907

DESCRIPTION: Contains correspondence to EEL from the following individuals:

Adams, A. M., of Smyrna, Maine - ALS 6/8/1907.

Adams, Arthur P., of Clinton, Maine - ALS 10/16/1907.

Adams, Maurice L., of Clinton, Maine - ALS 2/18/1907.

Adams, P.[?] E., of Cardville, Maine 2/26/1906.

Also contains 1 ALS (6/6/1907) from EEL to A. M. Adams inquiring about potential buyers of pulp in Smyrna, Maine.

Box: 1 Fold: 4 Adriance, Platt & Co., 1904
3/10/1904-7/14/1904

DESCRIPTION: Contains 3 TLS and 3 receipts documenting the business conducted between EEL and Adriance, Platt, & Co., manufacturers of farm machinery in Poughkeepsie, N.Y. Libbey purchased several rakes from the company in 1904.

Box: 1 Fold: 5 Adriance, Platt & Co., 1905
4/11/1905-8/23/1905

DESCRIPTION: Contains 1 ALS, 1 TLS, and 4 receipts documenting business between EEL and Adriance, Platt & Co., manufacturers of farm machinery from Poughkeepsie, N.Y., for 1905. Libbey purchased rakes from the company.

Box: 1 Fold: 6 Adriance, Platt & Co., 1906
10/26/1907-12/18/1907

DESCRIPTION: Contains 3 ALS and 1 TLS documenting business between EEL and Adriance, Platt & Co., manufacturers of farm machinery of Poughkeepsie, N. Y., for 1907.

Box: 1 Fold: 7 Adriance, Platt & Co., undated
1900-1912 [?]

DESCRIPTION: Contains 2 receipts documenting business between EEL and Adriance, Platt & Co., a farm machinery manufacturer from Poughkeepsie, N.Y.

Box: 1 Fold: 8 Adrueth [?], J.
April 16, 1907

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS to EEL from J. Adrueth [?] regarding a car load of posts.

Box: 1 Fold: 9 Albert - Allen
1/5/1907-1/11/1908

DESCRIPTION: Contains 1 ALS from Albert Brothers, of Madawaska, Maine, to EEL regarding an advertisement and specifications for pulpwood. Also, 1 ALS to EEL from Charles F. Allen, of Kingman, Maine, regarding prices, sizes, and shipment of white birch wood. And, 4 ALS to EEL from Clyde Allen, of Burnham, Maine, regarding the cutting and shipment of cedar posts.

Box: 1 Fold: 10 American Realty Company, January 1906
January 1906

DESCRIPTION: 3 TLS to EEL from the Rumford Falls, Maine, Division Office of American Realty Company regarding shipments of poplar sent by Libbey.

Box: 1 Fold: 11 American Realty Company, February 1906
February 1906

DESCRIPTION: 9 TLS to EEL and 2 receipts documenting business conducted between EEL and American Realty Company. The correspondence pertains to shipments of poplar sent by Libbey by railroad to the Oxford Mill. A list of wood shipped by Libbey during January 1906 is included.

Box: 1 Fold: 12 American Realty Company, March 1906
March 1906

DESCRIPTION: 5 TLS, 2 TL, and 1 receipt to EEL from American Realty Company regarding shipments of poplar wood by rail to Oxford Mill. Several railroad cars of poplar shipped by EEL failed to be located by the company, and much of the correspondence pertains to these missing shipments.

Box: 1 Fold: 13 American Realty Company, April 1906
April 1906

DESCRIPTION: 1 TLS and 1 receipt to EEL from American Realty Company regarding EEL's March 1906 shipments of poplar wood to the Oxford Mill.

Box: 1 Fold: 14 American Realty Company, 1907
1907

DESCRIPTION: 2 TLS to EEL from American Realty Company, one from its Bangor, Maine, Office and the other from its Bingham, Maine, Office, regarding the purchase of spruce.

Box: 1 Fold: 15 American Realty Company, 1908
1908

DESCRIPTION: 5 TLS to EEL from the Rumford Falls Division Office of American Realty Company regarding the shipment of peeled fir pulp wood and peeled spruce to the International Paper Company mill at Livermore Falls, Maine and shipments of wood to the Otis Mill.

Box: 1 Fold: 16 Ames
2/7/1906-2/11/1907

DESCRIPTION: Contains correspondence to EEL from the following individuals and companies:

Ames, Charlee, of Harrington, Maine - ALS 2/11/1907.

Ames, R. W., of Pittsfield, Maine - 4 ALS 2/22/1906, 3/19/1906, 3/23/1906, and 2/7/1906.

Ames Shovel and Tool Company, of Oakland, Maine - 2 TLS 1/4/1907 and 1/9/1907.

Box: 1 Fold: 17 Androscoggin Pulp Company
12/17/1900-3/19/1906

DESCRIPTION: 4 TLS and 1 receipt to EEL from Androscoggin Pulp Company, manufacturer of wood pulp and pulp boards from Portland, Maine, regarding a personal interview with EEL and the shipment of wood to the company by EEL.

Box: 1 Fold: 18 Annis [?], N. P.
12/11/1907

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS from N. P. Annis [?] to EEL. Annis asks EEL if he is willing to hire him and use his team of horses for a job in the woods.

Box: 1 Fold: 19 Applebee
2/5/1906-1/7/1907

DESCRIPTION: Contains correspondence to EEL from the following individuals:

Applebee, Charles D., of Enfield, Maine - ALS 2/5/1906, 2/15/1906, and 1/7/1907.

Applebee, William, of Carmel, Maine - ALS 2/26/1906.

Box: 1 Fold: 20 Appleton, John
October 9, 1907

DESCRIPTION: 1 TLS from John Appleton, a forester from Bangor, Maine, to EEL.

Box: 1 Fold: 21 Armstrong, Jas. R.
12/31/1906

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS from Jas. R. Armstrong, of Athens, Maine, to EEL regarding prices and specifications of pulpwood.

Box: 1 Fold: 22 Atlantic Shore Line Railway (Electric)
3/5/1904-6/29/1904

DESCRIPTION: Contains correspondence from Atlantic Shore Line Railway (Electric) of Kennebunkport, Maine, to EEL regarding orders for cedar ties. 6 TLS, 1 TL, and 1 ALS.

Box: 1 Fold: 23 Austin
1/7/1907-3/16/1908

DESCRIPTION: Contains correspondence to EEL from the following individuals:

Austin, Austin & Wheeler, of Hartland, Maine - ALS 3/12/1908.

Austin, E. P., of Milford, Maine - ALS 1/7/1907.

Austin, Rouello [?], of Wytopitlock [?], Maine - 3 ALS 1/25/1907, 3/8/1908, and 3/16/1908.



Box: 1 Fold: 24 Averill, I. R.
1/7/1907-2/4/1907

DESCRIPTION: 3 ALS from I. R. Averill, of Prentiss [?], Maine, to EEL regarding the sale of white ash as advertised by EEL.

Box: 1 Fold: 25 Badger - Baker
1/4/1904-9/12/1912

DESCRIPTION: 1 ACS from A. E. Badger, of St. Albans, Maine, to EEL regarding the sale of telephone poles. 1 ALS from A. D. Baird, of Hartland, Maine, to EEL regarding a contract for sale of wood. 1 TLS from H. E. Baker Company, Wholesale Lumber Merchants from Boston, Massachusetts, to EEL regarding sale and regarding shipment of cedar posts.

Box: 1 Fold: 26 Balkam, C. H., 1906
1906

DESCRIPTION: 3 TL from C. H. Balkham Wholesale Lumber, of Boston, to EEL regarding sale and shipment of cedar posts.

Box: 1 Fold: 27 Balkam, C. H., January 1907
January 1907

DESCRIPTION: 6 TL from C. H. Balkam Wholesale Lumber, of Boston, to EEL regarding sale and shipment of cedar ties, beech, yellow birch, and rock maple, spruce, and hemlock.

Box: 1 Fold: 28 Balkam, C. H., February 1907
February 1907

DESCRIPTION: 2 TL from C. H. Balkam Wholesale Lumber to EEL regarding shipments of cedar posts.

Box: 1 Fold: 29 Balkam, C. H., March 1907
March 1907

DESCRIPTION: 5 TL and 1 ALS from C. H. Balkham, Lumber Wholesaler of Boston, to EEL regarding prices and dimensions of hemlock, fir, pine, and spruce wood for sale and shipment. The correspondence also pertains to shipment of cedar posts and cedar bean poles to Boston. Cancellation of an order of cedar posts for Watertown is mentioned.

Box: 1 Fold: 30 Balkam, C. H., April 1907
April 1907

DESCRIPTION: 3 TL from C. H. Balkam, Lumber Wholesaler from Boston, to EEL regarding shipment of cedar posts to Chelsea, Massachusetts, and shipment of cedar bean poles.

Box: 1 Fold: 31 Balkam, C. H., May 1907
May 1907

DESCRIPTION: 4 TL and 3 receipts from C. H. Balkam, Lumber Wholesaler from Boston, to EEL regarding orders for carloads of cedar posts.

Box: 1 Fold: 32 Balkam, C. H., June 1907
June 1907

DESCRIPTION: 6 TL from C. H. Balkam, Lumber Wholesaler from Boston, to EEL regarding unsold cedar posts at Deadwater and other orders placed by Balkam for cedar posts, including shipments to Malden, Salem, and Chelsea, Massachusetts.

Box: 1 Fold: 33 Balkam, C. H., July 1907
July 5, 1907

DESCRIPTION: 1 TL from C. H. Balkam, Lumber Wholesaler from Boston, to EEL regarding orders for wood to be shipped by rail to Watertown, Massachusetts, and Chelsea, Massachusetts.

Box: 1 Fold: 33.5 Balkam, C. H., August 1907
August 1907

DESCRIPTION: 5 TL, 1 TEL, and 3 receipts documenting business conducted between C. H. Balkham, Lumber Wholesaler from Boston, and EEL during August 1907. Regarding sale and shipment of cedar posts and an order for chestnut or oak ties.

Box: 1 Fold: 34 Balkam, C. H., November 1907
November 1907

DESCRIPTION: 4 TLS from C. H. Balkam, Lumber Wholesaler from Boston, to EEL regarding price and shipment of box boards, squares of white birch, and basswood bars.

Box: 1 Fold: 35 Balkam, C. H., December 1907
December 1907

DESCRIPTION: 2 TL from C. H. Balkam, Lumber Wholesaler from Boston, to EEL regarding a customer's order for long squares.

Box: 1 Fold: 36 Balkam, C. H., 1908
1908

DESCRIPTION: 4 TL from C. H. Balkam, Lumber Wholesaler from Boston, to EEL regarding a special order for cedar posts and prices for cedar, hemlock, pine, and spruce.

Box: 1 Fold: 37 Balkam, C. H., undated
1900-1912 [?]

DESCRIPTION: 3 TC and 1 TEL from C. H. Balkam, Lumber Wholesaler from Boston, to EEL acknowledging receipt of orders and shipment to Hampton Falls, New Hampshire.

Box: 1 Fold: 38 Bangor & Aroostook Railroad
9/25/1903-3/2/1907

DESCRIPTION: 7 TLS from officials at Bangor & Aroostook Railroad in Bangor Maine, to EEL. Correspondence regarding rate on bark from Guilford to Bucksport, rate on poplar pulp wood to various towns, special tariffs on spruce pulp wood, shipment of cedar posts, and tariffs on lumber to Maine Central Railroad and Boston & Maine Railroad points. Bangor & Aroostook correspondents include G. F. Snow, General Freight Agent, and W. M. Brown, General Superintendent.

Box: 1 Fold: 39 Bangor Daily News
1900-1912 [?]

DESCRIPTION: 1 envelope from the Bangor Daily News Advertising Department to EEL. Other correspondence in the EEL collection shows that Libbey advertised in newspapers to buy and sell wood.

Box: 1 Fold: 40 Bangor Railway & Electric Company
1/28/1908

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS from M[?]. E. Bagley, of the Bangor Railway & Electric Company of Bangor, Maine, to EEL. Bagley explained why he failed to buy wood for EEL that winter.

Box: 1 Fold: 41 Barker, A.[?] W.
1900-1912 [?]

DESCRIPTION: 5 ALS from A.[?] W. Barker, from Spragues Mills, Maine, to EEL regarding gathering of posts and white birch and sale of cedar posts.

Box: 1 Fold: 42 Barker, William G., 1903
1903

DESCRIPTION: Contains correspondence from William G. Barker, Lumber Merchant, to EEL regarding orders and shipments of wood.

Box: 1 Fold: 43 Barker, William G., 1/1904-2/1904
1/1904-2/1904

DESCRIPTION: 1 TLS, 1 ALS, and 2 receipts from William G. Barker, Lumber Commission Merchant from Boston, to EEL regarding a customers' orders for white cedar posts.

Box: 1 Fold: 44 Barker, William G., March 1904
March 1904

DESCRIPTION: 4 DS and 1 TLS from William G. Barker, Lumber Commission Merchant from Boston, Massachusetts, to EEL regarding receipts for bean poles and cedar posts.

Box: 1 Fold: 45 Barker, William G., April 1904
April 1904

DESCRIPTION: 6 TLS and 2 DS from William G. Barker, Lumber Commission Merchant in Boston, Massachusetts, to EEL. Regarding Barker's wholesale business and lack of retail yard, shipment of posts in compliance with customers' orders, and receipts documenting business conducted between EEL and Barker.

Box: 1 Fold: 46 Barker, William G., May 1904
May 1904

DESCRIPTION: 8 TLS and 7 DS from William G. Barker, Lumber Commission Merchant in Boston, Massachusetts, to EEL. Regarding orders for cedar posts placed to EEL by customers through Barker and receipts of wood sold by Barker to the account of EEL.

Box: 1 Fold: 47 Barker, William G., June 1904
June 1904

DESCRIPTION: 6 TLS and 3 DS from William G. Barker, Lumber Commission Merchant from Boston, Massachusetts, to EEL. Regarding shipment of orders for posts placed by customers through Barker to be filled by Libbey. Includes several receipts for those orders.

Box: 1 Fold: 48 Barker, William G., 7/1904-9/1904
7/1/1904-9/12/1904

DESCRIPTION: 4 TLS and 2 DS from William G. Barker, Lumber Commission Merchant from Boston, Massachusetts, to EEL. Includes a receipt for an order of cedar posts which EEL filled for Barker, a receipt balancing EEL's account, and correspondence regarding orders for cedar posts and birch hoops.

Box: 1 Fold: 49 Barker, William G., 1905
1905

DESCRIPTION: 7 TLS, 1 ALS, and 6 DS from William G. Barker, Lumber Commission Merchant in Boston, Massachusetts, to EEL. Regarding orders for posts. References are made to Shepard & Morse Lumber Company and Shepard, Farmer & Co. Includes receipts for orders which EEL filled through Barker.

Box: 1 Fold: 50 Barker, William G., 1906
1906

DESCRIPTION: 3 TLS, 2 ALS, and 4 DS from William Barker, Lumber Commission Merchant from Boston, Massachusetts, to EEL. Regarding orders for spruce and posts. Includes several receipts for orders for cedar posts filled by EEL.

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