Student Organizations. University of Maine All Maine Women Records
Scope and Contents
The records contain mostly textual information created the All Maine Women Group, but there is also a USB drive containing interview recordings in both MP3 and Windows Media format. The records include a history of the organization, membership information, correspondence, financial records, and information about special projects and events.
The Living Library Project interviews are with UMaine retirees: Devon Storman, Herald Brown, Nancy MacKnight, and Robert Cobb.
- University of Maine. All Maine Women (Organization)
Restrictions on Access
Kept at Fogler Library's offsite storage facility. One week's notice required for retrieval.
Recordings of interviews carried out as part of the Living Library Project can be accessed at Fogler Library.
Information on literary rights available in the repository.
The society, "All Maine Women", was founded at the University of Maine in April, 1925 to recognize distinguished leadership, scholarship and service to the University and campus community by outstanding women of the incoming senior class.
It is the highest honorary but non-scholastic society for women. Members are chosen from the three upper classes on the basis of exemplary character and integrity, MAINE spirit, scholarship, leadership, and potential for continued contributions to the University of Maine.
Members of All Maine Women can be distinguished by their special pins, sweaters, and the tiny pine tree they wear on their cheek one day a week and at special functions.
The Living Library Project was a joint project with the University of Maine President's Council of Retired Council.
Language of Materials
The records include a history of the organization, membership information, correspondence, financial records, and information about special projects and events.
The University of Maine All Maine Women Records are arranged intellectually by the series 1. Member Relations Records, 2. Event & Meeting Records, 3. Financial Records and 4. Biographical & Historical Records. When possible the physical original order of the material was maintained. Some file names were changed to make them more meaningful and to correct errors.
Box numbers have changed:
- Old Box #755 (New Box 1)
- Old Box #755a (New Box 2)
The records former identification number was SpC MS 0518.
The records were originally processed in 2012, but were reviewed again in October 2016 and May 2017 by Matthew Revitt, Raymond H. Fogler Library Special Collections Department who created a revised finding aid that included corrected dates, additional notes, and the intellectual arrangement of the records into record series (record series was previously box number). In November 2016, Box 3 Folders 1-4 were added to the record group and in May 2017 Folder 5 was added.
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- Histories Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
- Invitations Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
- Membership lists Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
- Minutes Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
- Oral history Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
- Photographs Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
- University of Maine
- Women college students -- Maine -- Societies and clubs Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
- University of Maine All Maine Women Records
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- Finding aid written in English.
- Edition statement
- Revised in October 2016 & May 2017 by Matthew Revitt