1884+ scrapbook with mementos of the children of Horace Gould Johonnett and Sarah (Lord) Johonnett. I believe the scrapbook was the work mainly of their youngest child, Mabel F. Johonnett, with help from older sister Ellen J. Johonnett, "Ellie".
The scrapbook was made from a late 1870s publication of the Maine Board of Agriculture, measuring approximately 9" by 6", with 384 pages.
- Charles H. Johonnett (1863-1958), who became a clergyman
- Leslie Johonnett (1865-1948), whose given name is spelled Lesley on a calling card pasted into the scrapbook
- Emma J. Johonnett (1866-1931)
- Edwin S. Johonnett (1868-1916)
- Ellen J. Johonnett, "Ellie" (1871-1959), who married Louville A. Cowan
- Mabel F. Johonnett (1875-1921)
- calling cards of Ellen J. Johonnett, Mabel F. Johonnett, their brother Lesley Johonnett and their cousin Annie Mae Johonnett (1870-1954), daughter of Horace M. Johonnett and Laura J. (Brown) Johonnett. Interestingly, Annie's surname is printed as Johnnett on the card. Annie married Clarence Ervin Frost.
- rewards of merit (multiples) given to Ellie J. Johonnett and Mabel Johonnett by teacher Josie E. Mahoney (Josie married Benjamin S. Matthews in 1880)
- rewards of merit to Ellie J. Johonnett and Mabel Johonnett from teacher Ednah Homstead Ednah married Heber H. Perkins in 1883; her stone shows her given name spelled Edna)
- bookplate of E? Johonnett, with name of teacher L. J. Johonnett, presumably the aforementioned Laura J. (Brown) Johonnett, perhaps the Sunday School teacher
- reward of merit given to Ellie Johonnett by teacher M. E. Parkhurst, possibly Mary E. Parkhurst, "Mae", of Palmyra, an 1876 graduate of Eastern State Normal School; Mary married Philander Coburn Jewett in 1880
- scrap of paper with name Willie A. Pollard, perhaps William Alfred Pollard (1876-1949) of Palmyra, son of Alfred Graves Pollard and Harriet E. (Smart) Pollard