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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The papers of Professor Richard Sprague concern primarily his research and includes a number of unpublished manuscripts, and notes and correspondence to accompany the manuscripts. Included are materials about Carl Sprinchorn, artist, John Springer, woodsman, George Chapman and Albert Gallatin.
A history of the Associated COLT Staff of the Universities of Maine.
The record group contains the meeting minutes and financial and membership information for the University of Maine's Faculty Arts Club.
Staff Organizations. Mathematical and Physical Section of the Scientific Society (University of Maine) Meeting Records
The volume includes meeting minutes for the Mathematical and Physical Section of the Scientific Society starting on October 16, 1902. Professor Hart was the section's first chair. The meetings featured presentations on a range of subjects related to mathematics and science.
The record group contains the Philological Club's Secretary and Treasurer books including meeting minutes and financial records for the club. The record group also includes miscellenous bills, checks, and meeting invitations.
University of Maine Press Club's meeting minutes, starting in 1904.
The record group contains material regarding the University of Maine's Nelson B. Jones Stein Collection. Including correspondence covering the creation and growth over time of the collection, donations to the collection, photographs of steins in the collection, background information on steins, publicity material, and information on donors.
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.
Stewart's personal and professional papers; photographs and slides of her travels, family, and friends; scrapbooks covering her life as well as her parent's life; memorobilia from her student, teaching, and traveling activities; and miscellaneous art pieces including carved figurines.
The records include a volume of minutes for the University of Maine German Club's meetings. Inserted in the volume are lists of members, correspondence, invitations for events, and grocery bills. Also included is a folder of clippings and invitations for Club events that was maintained by Raymond H. Fogler Library's Special Collections Department.
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.
Student Organizations And Publications. Student Publications (University Of Maine) Committee Records
The records contain textual information, mostly created and collected by the University of Maine Student Publications Committee during Margaret Naigle's tenure on the Committee. Includes: Committee meeting material, correspondence and memorandums on the operations and future of the Committee and the various student publications, financial material, copies of various student publications, bylaws, constitutions, and guidelines.
Facsimiles of newspaper articles regarding the Class of 1957 painting on the cupola in 1954 and the pardon of UMaine Alumnus Richard F. Bastow for the prank at the Classes' Golden Reunion in 2007, 9 pages. Also, recollection of Bastow and profile on him.
Florence Taylor's (Class of 1911) class notebooks from her time as a student at the University of Maine in the Department of Education.
Facsimiles of a scanned letter from UMaine student Harry Fogg to his mother Jessie M. Fogg in 1911 and a check to Theta Epsilon. The letter describes Fogg's initiation into Theta Epsilon.
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.
The student project includes audio cassettes with recordings of interviews with Constantine Albans, coordinator of ticket distribution for the Town Meeting; Robert and Laura Murrary, hosts for President Carter; Rosemary Warren, staff member for Senator William D. Hathaway; and David C. Smith, Bangor Democratic Party. Also, included are an introduction to the project, clippings from newspapers on the visit, an annotated bibliography, and a paper on the visit by Michael K. McGovern.
Scrapbook from University of Maine alumna Marion Keith. The scrapbook contains programs, photographs, and memorabilia regarding the Alpha Upsilon Chapter of the Delta Zeta Sorority (including it being reactivated), clippings and programs from events Keith sang at including as part of the Glee Club, memorabilia from events on campus (including athletics), Maine Christian Association, proms and dances, photographs of campus buildings, and student guides and handbooks.
Photographs of University of Maine Orono campus buildings and of a group of students. One photograph of students has "1905" written on the back.
Students/Alumni Records (University Of Maine). Recollections of Students of the North Dorms (University of Maine) Papers
The papers include a typed manuscript of recollections of various University of Maine students (1945-1960) in the North Dorms 1 item (8 p.) and responses to a 2011 request from the Alumni Association regarding remembering the North Dorm.