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The papers record the literary work of Ronald F. Banks. They contain correspondence, notes, typescripts, and galley and printers proofs as well as copies of his Ph.D. thesis at the University of Maine and research materials for his unfinished book on federal Indian policy.
A scrapbook covering Berry's political career in the Maine legislature from 1961 to 1971.
A photograph of Frank Loring taken in 1898 in a room in Oak Hall, a dormitory at the University of Maine. Information found with the photograph indicates that it was probably taken by Percy L. Ricker, a member of the class of 1900 at the university, or by another unidentified student.
A small collection of personal papers of Frank H. Bowerman, including photograph albums and correspondence.
Photographs belonging to Henry Russ Butler and taken between 1916 and 1920. The photos depict buildings on the University of Maine campus, as well as students and campus activities from that time period. Also included are a few photographs of the Parsonsfield Seminary, Parsonsfield, Maine, and shots taken in Bridgton, Portland and Gray, Maine.
A diary kept by William Chapman from January-May, 1926, while a student at the University of Maine. In it he details his daily activities both as a student and as a member of Alpha Tau Omega. There are frequent references to Ruth Hastings, a student at Bates College who later became his wife.
Letters and papers of the Coffin Family of Bangor, Me. Includes letters between Harold W. and Grace Bristol Coffin and their children, and a number of manuscripts written by Harold W. Coffin.
The collection contains material from Clinton Cole's years as a student at the University of Maine, including diaries from 1898 and 1899, memorabilia from his social activities at the university, lecture notes and photographs. The bulk of the collection is made up of Cole's scrapbooks and individual illustrations from newspapers and magazines of a variety of ships. Also included is an index to these illustrations by Robin Tarbell.
A scrapbook compiled and annotated by Daigle describing his activities during World War II. The scrapbook contains photographs of fellow soldiers as well as of places Daigle was stationed during the war. The collection also contains two books: "God is my co-pilot" by Robert L. Scott and "Born in battle" by Rowan T. Thomas. The latter book contains a dedication to Daigle from Capt. Thomas.
The collection contains papers of Lawrence W. Davee and includes biographical information, photographs, membership certificates and information about awards he received from the University of Maine. It also contains some information about his father, Everett W. Davee.
Scores for two marches composed by Howard N. Dole: University March, 1930 and National Pride March, 1932.
Scrapbook compiled by Dunkley while a student at the University of Maine. It contains signatures and comments of class members, programs and memorabilia from campus activities and photographs of student groups on campus.
Papers include articles, publications, etc.; materials and photographs pertaining to Baxter State Park and Mount Katahdin; and miscellaneous personal and professional papers. Also contains information about Dyer's years as a student at the University of Maine.
Raymond Henry Fogler was a businessman and alumnus of the University of Maine. The University's library was named in his honor in 1962, becoming the largest library in Maine and serving as a foundation for intellectual pursuits at the university. Included in the collection are letters, correspondence, photographs, and memorabilia, spanning from his early life in South Hope, Maine, through his education, business career, and naval career, as well as personal photographs and mementos.
The papers contain a history of debating at the University of Maine from 1931-1979. Included are newspaper clippings, debate schedules, and correspondence.
Photographs of the University of Maine campus and surrounding communities taken by the official campus photographer.
The papers include personal information, correspondence, manuscripts, newspaper articles, course materials, information on public service activities, and materials relating to current legal issues in the field of journalism.
Scrapbooks of programs from plays, concerts, operas, etc. performed in Portland, Maine, Boston, and New York as well as in London, Paris, Berlin and other European cities. The scrapbooks also contain clippings about the performances and performers.
The collection contains the personal papers of Vincent A. Hartgen, including correspondence and subject files about exhibits, art shows, galleries, etc. It also includes photographs of Hartgen, his art shows and other exhibits, and his paintings and drawings.
Collection of correspondence, scripts, and other materials used by Richard Hill for his radio spot on the Maine Public Broadcasting Network. The scripts date from 1982 on.
Items gathered in 1993 by James W. Hilty, professor of plant pathology at the University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture, in the course of research for a biography of Frank Lamson-Scribner. Materials include copies of original correspondence, reports, photographs, etc., held by repositories such as Bowdoin College, the Smithsonian Institution, the Library of Congress, the National Archives, and the University of Tennessee.
The papers of Edward M. Holmes provide a record of his literary career. They include drafts of his writings, a diary from 1965, and a copy of his doctoral thesis.
Eleven scrapbooks containing columns written by Illyn between 1958 and 1970 for Novoye Russkoye Slovo, a Russian-language newspaper published in New York City. The columns are about life in the Soviet Union, politics, the history, literature and people of Russia as well as the experience of being a Russian emigrant in Maine. The town of Richmond, Maine, a center for Russian settlement in Maine, is featured in several of the columns.
The papers cover M. Eleanor Jackson's years as a student on the University of Maine Orono campus from 1916-1920. Included are scrapbooks containing photographs of campus scenes and buildings, programs, and other items as well as material on Delta Delta Delta sorority.
A notebook used by S.A. Joyce in 1909 to record notes taken in an English class at the University of Maine.