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Students/Alumni Records (University Of Maine). Kaliss (Tony) Student Political Protest Papers

 Record Group
Identifier: UA RG 0010-004
Scope and Contents The records mainly contain textual information curated by Tony Kaliss during his time as a student at the University of Maine including on the subjects of student unions, general left caucus, anti-war marches, protests, and sit-ins, University President Libby's speech on rights, Justice Department visits, labor related activities, California grape boycott, Penobscot Shoe Co. strike, and Doug's shop and save strike.The records include material from various student union and...
Dates: Majority of material found within 1968-1972; 1968-2016

Faculty Records (University Of Maine). Smith (David C.) Papers

 Record Group
Identifier: UA RG 0011-047
Scope and Contents The records mainly contain textual information created and curated by educator and historian David C. Smith. Smith was a widely recognized historian and lectured nationally and internationally on such topics as history, political science, climatology, agriculture, paper industry, literature, and popular culture. The records cover Smith's academic career at the University of Maine, but also his political work and time serving on numerous professional and community groups. The...
Dates: 1833-2011; Majority of material found within 1960-1996

University of Maine War Records

 Record Group
Identifier: UA RG 0017-001
Abstract The record group contains correspondence between University presidents and students serving in the military in World War I and World War II. Also, contains biographical information about each student killed in World War I. And lists of students and alumni who served in World War II, along with copies of the volume "University of Maine, World War II: In Memoriam" and biographical information used to compile this volume. A card file for those who were called or recalled to service in the...
Dates: 1897-2001; Majority of material found within 1917-1950