Found in 20 Collections and/or Records:
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.
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.
Academic Affairs. Dean, College Of Liberal Arts And Sciences. Department Of Anthropology (University Of Maine) Records
Academic Affairs. Dean, College of Natural Sciences, Forestry and Agriculture. Biological Sciences. Department of Zoology (University Of Maine) Records
Vice President For Academic Affairs & Provost. Division of Marketing And Communications (University Of Maine) Records
Various miscellaneous material on chemical girding and debarking of trees research conducted by the University of Maine, 1951-1956. Including Maine Extension publications authored by Lewis P. Bissell, Extension Forestry Specialist, reference material, correspondence regarding the research, and photographs of the chemical girding and debarking of trees.
A volume of photographs and historical sketches of University of Maine Orono campus buildings compiled by Professor Weston S. Evans (Class of 1918). A note in the volume states that the "pictures in this book were taken between August 15 and October 15, 1942". The authors of the historical sketches are noted where available.
The collection is a compilation of copies of original photographs from throughout the state of Maine. It consists of over 2000 black and white copy prints and negatives detailing Maine's history since the 1850's. A description of each print is included on cards in a 2-drawer catalog and a cross-referenced topic index to the collection is included in the catalog.
Photograph album, 1933-1948, with photographs featuring coastal scenes in Hancock and Washington Counties, Maine from the 1930s and 1940s, including scenes from Acadia National Park. Also contains photographs of Ellsworth after the Great Fire of 1933.
The collection consists of five black & white photographs, primarily from Maine. One photograph is a view of the Penobscot River from 1928; one photograph is a Christmas postcard, of a house, from Herbert R. Jellison; one photograph is a cropped view of the Maine Central Railroad Station, Thomaston, Maine; one photograph is of a catch of trout caught at Winstanley Lake, Alaska, 1937; one photograph is the grave marker for Rose Bolduc, written in French, who died by accident in 1931.
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.
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.
Various photographs of team members, programs, team scores, and rules (1970-1976).