Found in 22 Collections and/or Records:
Academic Affairs. Division Of Lifelong Learning. Continuing Education Division (University Of Maine) Records
The collection consists of the Saturday, August 27th, 1791 (volume III, number 35) edition of the newspaper,"Gazette of the United States." It is four pages and the principal story relates the "Escape of the Royal Family from Paris." It was published in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, by John Fenno.
Manuscripts, diaries, and notes of a prominent 19th century Maine historian. Especially strong in Maine and Bangor history.
Correspondence and pamphlets relating to women's suffrage movement in Maine and the U.S. Also includes copies of the newspapers "Women's Journal" and "Woman Citizen."
This collection consists largely of research note cards concerning a variety of subjects including: schooners, the lime industry, and the granite industry.
Materials were collected and compiled by Peter Kellman with regard, primarily, to the strike at the International Paper Mill in Jay, Maine. Other materials include the Simplex Lockout, the Madison Project, and the Millinocket Project.
Collection consists of articles and publications concerning socialism, labor, the Depression, and capitalism.
Collection, 1938-1976, consists of the papers of the Maine Twin Party organization. Includes correspondence, photographs, clippings, scrapbooks, and a film reel documenting their semi-annual parties celebrating twins, and their research benefits. This party started as a small gathering for research, it expanded into a state organization that continued until the mid 1950s.
Manuscripts of Rubenstein's unpublished books (Thousand Years of Russian History, The Potemkin) and book proposals (The Two Russian Revolutions 1905 and 1907, and Russia: What It Was and What It Is).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.
Contents of a time capsule buried in 1952 at the 50-year anniversary of the founding of the Rho Rho chapter of Sigma Chi Fraternity at the University of Maine. The capsule was dug up on Oct. 26, 2002, at the 100-year anniversary. Collection includes photographs, Sigma Chi publications, a newspaper from Apr. 17, 1952, and a small collection of coins.
Papers and publications relating to Native Americans in the Northeast.
The collection contains miscellaneous issues of newspapers and magazines with articles relating to social justice. The periodicals include Our Sunday visitor, Green magazine, Boston advertiser, Pathfinder, Portland Sunday telegram, Boston herald, Church world, Bangor daily news. Some of the articles are about the death of Franklin Delano Roosevelt, the end of World War II, the position of the Catholic Church on various issues.
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.
Issues of The Town Crier from v.2, no. 9, 1963 Feb. 28 to v. 15, no. 7, 1976 Feb. 12.
Scrapbook, 1917-1918, compiled by Waring while he was stationed at Camp Lee, Virginia, a military training camp. Includes memorabilia and photographs of camp life as well as copies of "The Bayonet," the camp newspaper.
Papers of the Executive Editor and Vice President of the Washington Post. Most of the collection is related to the Washington Post with some personal papers. Other papers include Wiggins' appointment as ambassador to the United Nations, 1968-69, and files relating to his work at the Ellsworth American newspaper.