Monthly Archives: September 2020

Added Week of September 8th thru September 15th.

Businesses Restaurants Added The Tarry-a-While (Dunstan) Menu. Education High Schools Class of 1953 On the Education Page, High School Section, I added The Four Corners – 1953 – The Scarborough High School Yearbook – Archive.Org & Digital Maine. Organizations On the Organizations page, … Continue reading

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The Wreck of the Sagamore

By Linda McLoon* It was snowing on Saturday evening, January 24, 1934, when the steel freighter, Sagamore, left Portland Harbor, bound for Boston with a hold filled mainly with large bolts of woolen material and oilcloth. The storm had intensified … Continue reading

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Added Week of September 1st thru September 7th.

New Posting Deeds – I created a database of the Deeds and other records in File Cabinet #17 – Deeds.  Made it a “Table Press” Table and linked to it from a post. Also included information regarding other locations for … Continue reading

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Deeds – FC-17

Main Room File Cabinet #17 – Deeds The Deeds file consists of primarily Scarborough Deeds, however, there are several abstracts of deeds, abstracts of wills, letters of administration, and distribution of assets. All the documents relate to property. The items … Continue reading

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SHS Reopening by Appointment Only

The Scarborough Historical Society’s Museum will reopen 8 September 2020 to a limited number of visitors by appointment only. Museum volunteers will be following pandemic procedures.  Masks will be worn by all volunteers while visitors are in the building and … Continue reading

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Added Week of August 25th thru August 31st, 2020

Research Finding Aids Bill Tolman Database I scanned:  The Records of First Congregational Church – 89.09.65. This is one of our most sought after books we have for early records. When using the Bill Tolman Database and a result says … Continue reading

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