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The records contain textual information created by the Abenaki Experimental College and material created by third parties regarding the College, includes: College catalogs, resource information, clipping regarding the College's opening, and course fliers.
Academic Affairs. Office of Student Records. Registrar Office (University of Maine). Open House Program
A program for the seventh annual University of Maine open house held on Saturday, April 18, 1942. The program includes the schedule for the open house and details of various exhibits across campus that were open for inspection.
The records include a history of the organization, membership information, correspondence, financial records, and information about special projects and events.
The record group contains material created and curated by the University of Maine's Alpha Beta Chapter of Omicron Nu. The records include copies of newsletters, chapter officer packets from conclaves, handbooks, material related to events, details of scholarships, meeting minutes, member communications, reports, chapter financial information, membership lists and cards, and photographs of members.
Academic Affairs. College Of Natural Science, Forestry And Agriculture. Animal And Veterinary Sciences (University Of Maine) Records
The papers include University of Maine faculty committee records. Included are papers on accreditation, union agreements, labor relations, membership lists, minutes of meetings, building plans, faculty lounge in Hannibal Hamlin Hall, and papers of the Policy Advisory Committee.
A scrapbook compiled by Beckler while a student at the University of Maine. It contains signatures and comments of class members, programs and memorabilia of athletic events, and photographs of athletic teams, student activities and the university marching band.
The records mainly contain textual information particularly meeting agendas, minutes, reports, notes, and supporting material from University of Maine Board of Trustee and various committees (both standing and ad-hoc committees), biographical information related to individual University of Maine trustees, chairs, sectaries, and clerks, and various files on subjects under consideration by the Board.
Materials gathered by Kristin E. Brawn in the course of research for her master's thesis at the University of Maine, completed in 2002 and entitled "An Examination of the Georges River Clam Management Program". Includes copies of correspondence, policy development documents, agreements, and minutes of meetings of the steering committee, joint board of selectmen, clam committee, and shellfish and shellfish management committees.
The record group includes seminar papers written by University of Maine students for History 291, History 308 (Seminar in Canadian history), History 309 (Seminar in New England-Atlantic provinces history), History 347 (Seminar in methodology and historiography), and History 348.
Discontinued Offices & Programs. Center Of Adult Learning and Literacy (University Of Maine) Records
The records mainly contains textual information created and curated by the University of Maine's Center for Adult Learning and Literacy. Includes copies of the Center's The Maine Fertilizer newsletter, supporting material related to content in the newsletter, copies of the From the Inside Out newspaper for the Maine Corrections Education published by the Esteem Machine, and a calendar for Center events.
A scrapbook compiled by a student at the University of Maine.
Photographs taken by Charles B. Crofutt of various buildings on the campus of the University of Maine, Orono, Maine. Twenty of the photographs were taken between 1927 and 1936, and twelve are undated.
Collection includes minutes, programs, photographs, publications, notes, and correspondence of various clubs and organizations at the University of Maine at Orono. Also includes some newsletters produced by these clubs and organizations.
A scrapbook compiled by Grace Bristol while a student at the University of Maine. It contains signatures and comments of class members, postcards and photographs of campus buildings, scenes and activities, and programs and information about the university's athletic teams, dance and theater.
A scrapbook compiled by Coffin while a student at the University of Maine. It contains signatures and comments of class members as well as programs and photographs of campus life, fraternity and social events. It also includes copies of college entrance exams, grade reports and college invoices. Of particular interest are items documenting Coffin's membership in the Theta Chi fraternity and postcards and photographs of college scenes and buildings.
A scrapbook compiled by Cogswell while a student at the University of Maine. It contains signatures, comments and photographs of class members as well as programs, photographs and memorabilia of campus life, social events and athletic activities. Topics of interest within the scrapbook include information about Beta Theta Pi fraternity and Maine Masque of which Cogswell was a member.
The record group contains items documenting Charles Colesworthy's years as a student at the Maine State College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts. It also contains a few items from his time as a student at Portland High School.
Academic Affairs. Dean, College Of Natural Sciences, Forestry, And Agriculture. College Of Agriculture (University Of Maine) Records
Academic Affairs. Dean College Of Engineering. School Of Engineering Technology. College Of Engineering & Science (University Of Maine) Records
Academic Affairs. Dean, College Of Natural Sciences, Forestry, And Agriculture. College Of Life Sciences And Agriculture (University Of Maine) Records
Academic Affairs. College of Natural Sciences, Forestry, and Agriculture (University of Maine) Records
The record group includes copies of College of Natural Sciences, Forestry, and Agriculture and individual unit publications; photographs and negatives of college research, college faculty and staff, and of the University of Maine campus buildings: Holmes Hall, Winslow Hall, Deering Hall, Merrill Hall, Rogers Hall, and the dedication of Hitchner Hall. Most of the photographs are undated.