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Articles, scripts, theater programs and photographs relating to James A. Herne (1839-1901), actor and playwright during the rise of realism in American drama. Includes biography of Herne by Julie A. Herne.
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.
Materials in the collection generally include newspaper clippings, original records and copies of original records, and notes from various sources. Genealogies also include Barbara Dunn Hitchner correspondence.
Correspondence, publications, flyers, notes and other materials documenting the efforts to close the Maine Yankee nuclear power plant dating from the 1960s to the 2000s. Includes daily records of radioactive emissions from the plant.
Minutes of meetings of the lodge as well as the act of incorporation and lists of charter members and first officers.
The papers of a forest entomologist working for the Maine Forest Service.
"Late Wisconsin Deglaciation of the Munsungan-Chase Lake Basin, Northern Maine, in Reference to Earliest Human Occupation"
Article co-authored by Harold Borns and Daniel Belknap, unpublished.
The Leavitt papers contain mostly materials used in the columns that he wrote for the "Bangor Daily News" concerning hunting, fishing, and other outdoor sports. Included are correspondence, articles, news releases, clippings, and photographs.
This small collection consists almost entirely of correspondence written to Rachel Lowe, 1917-1959, from various collectors and experts in the study and identification of mosses.
Papers and business records of Earl M. McChesney, a forester and land surveyor from Bangor, Maine.
The official records of Clifford G. McIntire during his tour in office as U.S. Representative from the 2nd and 3rd districts of Maine, during the period 1953-1965.
The papers of Professor Mendall concern primarily his research on birds and in particular ducks. The collection consists mainly of publications (articles, reprints, journals). Some manuscript materials are present along with field note cards.
The Muench papers are the work of a Maine artist, an internationally known lithographer. Included are correspondence, personal letters, exhibition catalogs, reviews, and articles about his work.
The folders mainly contain textual material, particularly; correspondence, memorandums, press releases, and reports. But there are some books, photographs and artifacts such as plaques, banners, and a medal and media such as cassette, video, and radio tapes, film and Compact Discs.
The majority of the collection consists of correspondence, clippings, and telegrams about his campaign for the U.S. Senate in 1952. Some materials cover the Senate hearings on the national defense program (1947) and on wiretapping (1951).
Papers of a Maine author, poet, and high school teacher and alumnus of the University of Maine. Includes papers concerning his publications High clouds soaring, Storms driving low: the letters of Ruth Moore, The police know everything, and Kitchen boy. Also includes writings of Orono High School students and writings of and about other Maine authors
The papers of a journalist, diplomat and author from Calais, Maine. Including correspondence, diaries, notebooks, account books, manuscripts, and some family material. Correspondents include Salmon P. Chase, Charles Anderson Dana, G.G. Fogg, and Horace Greeley.
The records mainly contain textual information created by Kenneth Brownstein who was a physics professor at the University of Maine, but also contains some computer discs containing manuscripts of Brownstein's text book on quantum mechanics. Also, includes a facsimile of an obituary for Brownstein from the Bangor Daily News, copies of various articles by Brownstein, and a copy of manuscript for a textbook on quantum mechanics by Brownstein and correspondence with publishers.
Papers from Geddes W. Simpson's association with the Department of Entomology and the Agricultural Experiment Station at the University of Maine as well as editorship of American Potato journal.
Vice President For Academic Affairs & Provost. Raymond H. Fogler Library (University Of Maine) Records
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.