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Papers which reflect the career of a long-term educator at the University of Maine.
The record group contains notes for lectures and papers written by Robert E. Jensen for presentation at symposia.
Papers reflecting Matthew McNeary's teaching career and committee service while a professor at the University of Maine. Included is correspondence, 1946-1951; registration information and course outlines, 1949-1951; and samples of exams and drawings. Also included is correspondence, meeting minutes, etc. from McNeary's work on various University of Maine committees.
Papers of University of Maine French professor Marie Christiansen Mengers. Included are correspondence, research notes, and lectures relating to the French poet Henri de Régnier (1864-1936). Correspondents include Jacques de Lacretelle, Claude Debussy, George Duhamel, and Henri de Régnier. Also included are copies of Mengers's M.A. and Ph.D. theses, an index to her Ph.D. thesis, unpublished manuscripts, and a copy of her book of poetry Nothing but Song.
The papers of a history professor. Includes primarily lecture notes and exams and University of Maine committee materials.
Contents of a time capsule buried in 1952 at the 50-year anniversary of the founding of the Rho Rho chapter of Sigma Chi Fraternity at the University of Maine. The capsule was dug up on Oct. 26, 2002, at the 100-year anniversary. Collection includes photographs, Sigma Chi publications, a newspaper from Apr. 17, 1952, and a small collection of coins.
Photographs of students from the University of Maine Class of 1902. A few photographs of members of the classes of 1899, 1900, 1901, 1904 and 1905 are also included. Photographs were used in the Prism, the University's yearbook, and were taken by various photographers in Bangor, Maine, including Fred C. Chalmers, J.F. Gerrity & Co., John T. Heath, George Lansil, and Ramsdell & Halloran.
The collection includes records the Sophomore Eagles, an honor society of the University of Maine for women that began in 1926, and the Sophomore Owls, an honor society for men that began in 1910.
The collection contains copies of scores of the Maine Stein Song, correspondence of university presidents and the alumni association, and articles and clippings about the song and its history. The correspondence includes letters written in 1930 from various temperance organizations voicing objections to the song's associations with drinking as well as two letters written by Rudy Vallée, one of which gives a history of the song and Vallée's involvement with it.
The collection contains material concerning student political activity on the University of Maine campus at Orono during the late 1960s and early 1970s. It includes materials about Students for a Democratic Society, Young Workers Liberation League, General Left Caucus, Vietnam War protests, student strike in May 1970, position papers, and correspondence.
An undated notebook on the subject of biological chemistry belonging to Daniel Emerson Green, a member of the University of Maine Class of 1917, and a student in the Department of Agriculture. The notebook contains formulas and notes on experiments.