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"A Way to Make Something Special Happen." The 1979 UMF Annual Alumni Fund, 1979.

Abbott Junior College. Farmington. 1929.

"Abbott Park is officially dedicated." Franklin Journal, June 29, 1984.

Anthes, Emily. “Real, Live Practice Babies.” Public Library of Science Blog, January 4, 2011.

Audio Interview by Jack Karn with Bob and Avis Meade, December 6, 2011.

Brooks, Kenneth T. H. See the Green and White Advancing: A History of Gorham Normal Schools, Teachers College, and State College. (1878 to 1970.)

Butler, Francis Gould. A History of Farmington Maine 1776-1885. Somersworth, NH: New England History, 1983.

Butler, Francis. A History of Farmington, Franklin County, Maine, from the Earliest Explorations to the Present Time, 1776-1885. Knowlton McCleary, 1885.

Condon, Richard H. “Nearing the End: Maine’s Rural Community: 1929-1945”, Maine Historical Society Quarterly, vol. 31, 1995.

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“Commencement of Normal, F.H.S., Wilton Academy; Beautiful Pageants Presented by Normal and Academy—Latter Gives Play—Forty Seven Graduates of F.H.S.” Franklin Journal and Farmington Chronicle, June 20, 1924

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Farmington State Normal School Class Scrapbooks/Photo Albums: Helen Varner '28, Doris "Dolly" Dunphy '29, Thelma "Jerry" Lawrence '22, Phyllis Smith '24, Kitty Haskel '30, Katherine Small '25, J. Rachel Gates '26, The "Liz" album 1917-18, The “Red Album”, The Leona Coy Richards album 1923, The "Swain" Album c. 1915.

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Hillman, Carlene. HEED 502: Farmington State Teachers College and Home Economics, Farmington, Maine, Pennsylvania State University, Department of Home Economics Education, College of Home Economics, 1965.

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Leading Business Men of Lewiston, Augusta and Vicinity: Embracing Also, Auburn, Gardiner, Waterville, Oakland, Dexter, Fairfield, Skowhegan, Hallowell, Richmond, Bath, Brunswick, Freeport, Canton, Buckfield, Mechanic Falls, South Paris, Norway, Farmington and Winthrop with an Historical Sketch of Each Place, Illustrated. Boston: Mercantile Pub., 1889.

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