Faculty & Staff Records (University of Maine). Aceto (Thomas D.) Papers
Scope and Contents
The records contain textual information created and curated by University of Maine professor and administrator Thomas (Tom) D. Aceto. The records were transferred by Charles Rauch, Jr., Vice-President for Business and Finance and likely only represent a small subset of the records created by Aceto deemed worthy of retaining by Rauch. The record group contains details of the relationship between the Bangor Symphony Orchestra and the University of Maine, including correspondence and agreements. Also found in the record group are correspondence, agreements, financial, operations and staffing, and collection information regarding the Hudson Museum, Maine Center for the Arts, and University of Maine Press.
- Creation: 1986-1991
- Aceto, Thomas (Person)
Conditions Governing Access
Kept at Fogler Library's offsite storage facility. One week's notice required for retrieval.
Conditions Governing Use
Information on literary rights available in the repository.
Biographical / Historical
Thomas (Tom) D. Aceto was born March 12, 1937 in Schenectady, New York. He received a B.S. in 1959 from State University College in Potsdam, New York. Aceto received a M.S. from Southern Illinois University in 1961 and an Ed.D. from Indiana University in 1967. Aceto came to the University of Maine in 1978 as Vice President for Student Affairs and Cooperative Associate Professor of Education. From 1984-1987 Aceto was Vice President for Student & Administrative Services and from 1987-1991 he was Vice President for Administration. In 1991, Aceto left the University of Maine to become the president of North Adams State College, MA, a post he held until 2002.
1 box (Half size box)
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Immediate Source of Acquisition
The materials were given to former library dean Elaine Albright by Charles Rauch, Jr., Vice-President for Business and Finance; Assistant Professor of Management on August 23, 1993.
The processing archivist appraised the records and did not retain personnel material that is not appropriate for permanent retention in Fogler Library’s Special Collections.
Accruals related to Thomas Aceto are not expected.
Processed by Matthew Revitt, September 2022, Raymond H. Fogler Library Special Collections Department. Processing involved a collection survey and rehousing material into appropriate archival folders and the boxes and folders numbered and titled using information from ArchivesSpace. Processing also involved the creation of this finding aid.
- University of Maine. Aceto (Thomas D.) Papers
- Matthew Revitt
- September 22, 2022
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