State College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts (Maine). Class of 1877
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Faculty Records (University Of Maine). Co-Educational Students of the 1870s Research Material
Clippings from a Lewiston Journal article by Ava H. Chadbourne on the subject of the first female (co-educational) students at the Maine State College (now known as the University of Maine) in the 1870s and a clipping of a subsequent undated article on the same subject. Also, includes facsimile copies of the article, Chadbourne's research data, and correspondence regarding the students Percia Vinal White, Hannah Ellis Leavitt, Clara E. Webb, and Annie May Gould.
Students/Alumni Records (University of Maine). Record of Courses Taken by Students of the Maine State College
Lists of courses taken by students of the Maine State College.
Students/Alumni Records (University of Maine). Weeks (James Walter) Diary
Diary of Maine State College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts student and Camden, Maine native James Walter Weeks (Class of 1877). The diary describes Weeks' time as a mechanical engineering student at the college and following his graduation in 1877 work as a military instructor in Camden, Maine.
Inserted inside the front cover of the diary is a letter from President Arthur A. Hauck thanking Mrs. H.W. Devereux for the donation of the diary.
- College students -- Maine -- Orono 2
- Clippings 1
- Diaries 1
- Research -- Maine -- Orono 1
- Women college students -- Maine -- Orono 1
- Women college teachers -- Maine -- Orono 1 + ∧ less