Found in 382 Collections and/or Records:
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 include agendas, minutes, correspondence, newsletters, schedules of events. Also included is a copy of the American Revolution Bicentennial Administration's Comprehensive calendar of bicentennial events.
This collection documents the foundation and activities of the Portland League for Peace and Freedom in the years before World War II. Included are correspondence, pamphlets, newsletters, and clippings concerning the League. Of interest are the publicity scrapbooks that include manuscript material. The collection also includes materials from the American Civil Liberties Union and the Emergency Peace Campaign.
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.
The business records of the estate of Henry E. Prentiss, as administered by Henry M. Prentiss, concerning timberland holdings. Includes stumpage bills, records of checks received and sent, and correspondence. Also includes the Aroostook Land Company records.
Collection contains Harriet Price's papers documenting her work with Maine's Native American population and her activities as a citizen opposed to the war in Vietnam. Also contains publications on Maine Indian laws and legal issues and a collection of articles from Maine newspapers concerning Maine Indian land claims, 1977-1987.
The records contain textual information created by the University of Maine Professional Employees' Advisory Council, includes: correspondence, handbooks, copies of various policies and procedures, salary information, member and officer information including election voting, constitution, minutes of meetings, and agendas.
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.
Papers which reflect the career of a long-term educator at the University of Maine.
Material gathered by William B. Krohn, leader of the Maine Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit and Professor of Wildlife Ecology at the University of Maine, that documents a project to reintroduce caribou in the state of Maine. Includes clippings, newsletters, correspondence, memoranda, etc., many issued by the Maine Caribou Transplant Corporation. Accompanied by clippings and articles, 1937-1991, about caribou given to Krohn by Ralph S. Palmer, a zoologist, author and professor.
Papers reflecting Matthew McNeary's teaching career and committee service while a professor at the University of Maine. Included is correspondence, 1946-1951; registration information and course outlines, 1949-1951; and samples of exams and drawings. Also included is correspondence, meeting minutes, etc. from McNeary's work on various University of Maine committees.
Papers of University of Maine French professor Marie Christiansen Mengers. Included are correspondence, research notes, and lectures relating to the French poet Henri de Régnier (1864-1936). Correspondents include Jacques de Lacretelle, Claude Debussy, George Duhamel, and Henri de Régnier. Also included are copies of Mengers's M.A. and Ph.D. theses, an index to her Ph.D. thesis, unpublished manuscripts, and a copy of her book of poetry Nothing but Song.
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.
The papers of a history professor. Includes primarily lecture notes and exams and University of Maine committee materials.