Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
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. Division Of Lifelong Learning. Conferences And Institutes Division (University Of Maine) Records
The records contain textual information mostly created by the Conferences and Institutes Division, but also material regarding conferences held at the University of Maine before the Division was formally established in 1973. The material is outward facing promotional material regarding specific conferences and events organized by the Division and circulated via campus mail to the University of Maine community rather than internal Conferences and Institutes Division administrative records.
Academic Affairs. Division Of Lifelong Learning. Continuing Education Division (University Of Maine) Records
The records of an honorary society of women educators in Maine. Included are histories of state and local chapters, copies of Mainspring, scrapbooks, minutes of meetings, newsletters, conference materials, treasurer's records, a fifty year history (1943-1993), and the biennial report (1991-1993).
Five banners for a grange conference in Orono, Maine, in 1926. There is no indication if the conference was local to the Orono Grange or if it was a larger conference for the Maine State Grange.
The records contain textual information and photographs regarding the administration of the Maine Center for Student Journalism for that specific year. Including (but not for every year): annual reports, correspondence, reference material, sample award certificates, samples of student newspapers, photographs of student participants and organizers, lists of participants, budgets, award certificates, name tags, schedules, publicity material, and evaluation forms for events.
The papers of a history professor. Includes primarily lecture notes and exams and University of Maine committee materials.