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Subseries B, Papers of Mary Thurston Goodell (1863-1942), 1905-1931, undated (#C.2.16-C.2.20), contains certificates received by Goodell from the American Red Cross, State of Maine Library Commission, and the Governor and Directors of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, Massachusetts; personal correspondence (including decorative cards with lace and a photograph of Thomas Jefferson's (U.S. President, 1801-1809) home, Monticello (#C.2.18), in Charlottesville, Virginia); membership cards for the Smith-Anderson Cemetery Association in Cumberland Mills, Maine, where Goodell served as Treasurer, along with a renewal notice for dues and calling/visiting cards; and a penmanship copybook. Also included in the subseries is an undated booklet of panoramic views of Newport, Rhode Island (#C.2.16). The subseries is arranged alphabetically by record type.
Personal papers (1 carton)
Parson Smith family papers
Bequest of Louisa Anderson (Goodell) Parker (1871-1952), 1953
South Windham (Cumberland county, Maine)