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Academic Affairs. Office Of Vice President Of Academic Affairs & Provost (University Of Maine) Records
Papers of the wife of an American diplomat. Most of the letters do not indicate the year written.
Papers documenting the career of a lieutenant commander in the U.S. Navy. Included are naval records, certificates, original orders and application to transfer to retired reserves, correspondence, and photographs.
Record group includes clippings, proposals, and other materials relating to the attempt to establish a medical school at the University of Maine in the 1970s.
Family letters, newspaper clippings and documents relating to the geneology of the Cobb, Snow and Hopkins families.
Manuscripts of Rubenstein's unpublished books (Thousand Years of Russian History, The Potemkin) and book proposals (The Two Russian Revolutions 1905 and 1907, and Russia: What It Was and What It Is). Also included are copied papers that pertain to these manuscripts, notes, and source materials. Some of this material is translated, some is in German, French, and Russian. Some materials on Trotsky are included.
Office Of The President. Presidential Committees. Rudy Vallee Tribute Committee (University Of Maine) Records
Papers of a professor in the College of Education at the University of Maine. The papers reflect the career of a college educator in the field of counseling and school guidance from 1958 until retirement in 1991.
Papers of a newspaper columnist and gastronomic guru in the Bangor area and of an agricultural economist. Includes columns, cookbooks, recipes, notebooks, menus and correspondence. Many of the cookbooks and much of the material relates to Maine.
Papers and publications relating to Native Americans in the Northeast.
Collection of personal journals of one of the founders and first curator of the Abbe Museum at Acadia National park. Materials are related to geology and archaeology and include some correspondence, original illustrations of Native American artifacts, books, and pamphlets used by Walter B. Smith. Archaeological journals have been transcribed and indexed.
Papers of a historian of Waldoboro, Maine including correspondence, research notes, and clippings relating to Stahl's history of Waldoboro and to Germans in Maine.
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 papers consist of letters, diaries, photographs, and memo books of the Sweetser family from Cumberland Center, Maine.
The papers, mostly correspondence, of a family living in Phillips, Maine.
The papers of Harry T. Treworgy include advertisements from his establishments and items from his service to the state of Maine. Included in this are correspondence, petitions, and reports. There are a few photographic prints.
The papers of a popular vocalist in the U.S. during the 20th century. Included are correspondence from 1917 to 1984, newspaper clippings, scores, photographs, scrapbooks, phonograph records, megaphone, and other memorabilia.
Records of the William Tell Club, a private hunting and social club on Spencer Pond near Maine's Moosehead Lake. It also contains a small group of papers of George T. and Mabel Bain, parents of the collection's donor.
Manuscripts, notes, galley, literary proofs and other literary papers of an author from Orono, Maine. Wilson wrote books, essays, plays, short stories, and poems. Collection includes manuscripts, correspondence, business papers, slide lectures, and a series concerning Edwin Wilson, Dorothy's husband, a Methodist minister.