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Maine State Library

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Entries include brief biographical information, several newspaper book review clippings, a letter on Ford Motor Company stationery from 1955 where Smith was managing editor of the Ford Times with information respecting Smith's relation to the State of Maine, letters on personal stationery from Maine that his book was chosen for the January 1958 United States Armed Forces kit, a typed letter transcript from the Maine State Library discussing a newspaper photograph image of Smith at Roaring Brook campground with U.S. Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas and "Col. Jake" Maurice Day, a newspaper clipping of an article concerning Jake's Rangers of Damariscotta, Maine, showcasing their new flagship van and the photographic image and names of the Rangers who met regularly at a local coffee counter, a typed interlibrary memo on The Library, St. Joseph's College, North Windham, Maine, stationery with corrections to a yearly survey and a penciled list of Maine authors on the reverse to include "E.W. Smith," a typed letter to the Maine State Library from associate editor Smith on Field & Stream stationery, Smith's partially fictive obituary written by Caldwell in a Portland, Maine, Sunday paper describing the loss of Smith and his engineer's cap, and a typed letter of sympathy to Smith's wife from the Maine State Library the day after he died. Date Range: 1955/1967

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Entries include brief biographical information, several newspaper book review clippings, a letter from 1955 on Ford Motor Company stationery where Smith was managing editor of the Ford Times with information respecting Smith's relation to the State of Maine, letters on personal stationery from Maine that his book was chosen for the January 1958 United States Armed Forces kit, a typed letter transcript from the Maine State Library discussing a newspaper photograph image of Smith at Roaring Brook campground with U.S. Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas and "Col. Jake" Maurice Day, a newspaper clipping of an article concerning the Jake's Rangers of Damariscotta, Maine, showcasing their new flagship van and the photographic image and names of the Rangers who met regularly at a local coffee counter, a typed interlibrary memo on The Library, St. Joseph's College, North Windham, Maine, stationery with corrections to a yearly survey and a penciled list of Maine authors on the reverse to include "E.W. Smith," a typed letter to the Maine State Library from associate editor Smith on Field & Stream stationery, Smith's partially fictive obituary written by Caldwell from a Portland, Maine, Sunday paper describing the loss of Smith and his distinctive engineer's cap, and a typed letter of sympathy to Smith's wife from the Maine State Library the day after he died.

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