Sources for The Trolley Parks of Maine Exhibit

Advertising section. Lewiston Evening Journal, July 2, 1923. Web.

Benson, Virginia Hall. "Merrymeeting Park in its Hey-Day Forty Years Ago". Brunswick Record. 9 November 1944. Web.

"Casco Castle". Bangor Industrial Journal. June 1903. Web.

Cummings, O.R. Personal interviews. 2009 – present.

Cummings, O.R. "Trolleys to Brunswick, Maine 1896-1937". Transportation Bulletin, No. 73. January- December 1966. Print.

Cummings, O.R. "Trolleys to Augusta, Maine". Transportation Bulletin, No. 76. January – August 1969. Print.

Cummings, O.R. Toonervilles of Maine, The Pine Tree State. Newburyport, Mass.: O.R. Cummings, 1955. Print.

Dennett, Vivian. "Memories of Island Park". Summertime in the Belgrades. Vol. 8, No. 13. 18 August 2006. Web.

"East Auburn: Latest Catches at Lake Auburn – Grove News – Items About Town". Lewiston Daily Sun. 2 June, 1906. Web.

Gillespie, Charles Bancroft. Portland Past and Present; issued under the endorsement of the Portland board of trade and city government. Portland, ME: Portland Evening Express, 1899. Web.

H.H. Hay’s Sons. "1902 Summer Trips Around Portland, Maine". Tourist pamphlet.

Harrison, Robert Alexander, Trolley Tripping Around New England, Volume II, circa 1909.

Heseltine, Charles D. "Riverton Park." Unpublished manuscript that includes a transcript of the Portland Railroad Company brochure.

Labbie, Edith. "Lake Grove One of Maine’s Great Summer Playlands". Lewiston Evening Journal. 21 October, 1972. Web.

"Litchfield Yesterdays: A Short Historical Tour and Glimpse of Bygone Days." Litchfield Heritage Committee, 1976. Web.

Marriner, Ernest. Transcript of the radio show Little Talks #292. 12 February, 1956. Colby College Special Collections. Web.

Sargent, Dave. "Lake Grove at East Auburn a Magical Place". The Sun Journal. 26 May, 2009. Web.

"The Story of Casco Castle". Freeport Historical Society. Web,

"They Remembered Tacoma Inn Days". The Lewiston Journal. 10 May, 1985. Web.

Transcript of an advertising brochure, “Along the Lake Shore”. Augusta, Hallowell, and Gardiner Railroad, 1904. Print.

Transcript of an advertising brochure. Rockland, Thomaston, & Camden Street Railway, 1915. Print.