Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract 1005 Betty Brown, interviewed by Rebekah Rawding, November 1, 1975, Paris Hill, Maine. Brown discusses the events and ideas of the mid-twentieth century; her childhood, including chores and religion; long-standing desire to be a nurse; her thoughts on marriage and the ideal man; rise of society’s ecological consciousness; growing popularity of health food; Nixon and the Watergate scandal; apathy towards government; music of her childhood and teenage years; “Hair” and men with long hair;...
File — Box 1, Folder: 7
Scope and Contents From the Collection:
Student papers on a wide variety of folklore and oral history topics, most focused on Maine traditions.
Identifier: UA RG 0011-035
Scope and Contents The records mainly contain textual information created and curated by Cecil John Reynolds, who was a University of Maine English professor and a coordinator in the Honors Program, but there are also photographs of Reynolds. The records include correspondence on the Honors Program, details of Reynold’s thoughts on letter writing, time at Oxford University as a Rhodes Scholar, copies of both an autobiography written by Cecil John Reynolds and one by Cecil’s brother Ralph Reynolds, various...
Identifier: UA RG 0011-024
Scope and Contents The records mainly contain textual information created and curated by Charles F. Sawhill Virtue during his tenure as a professor and head of the University of Maine's Department of Philosophy, but there are also some photographs of Virtue and sound recordings. There is also some material from Virtue's tenure at the University of Louisville and time as a student at the University of Cincinnati and Yale University. The record series Subject Records contains clippings and...
Dates: 1917-1975; Majority of material found within 1935-1975
Identifier: UA RG 0009-007
Scope and Contents The records mainly contain textual information created by the University of Maine Student Religious Association which represented four clubs/organizations on campus the Hillel, The Newman Club, The Maine Christian Association and Canterbury. The records includes materials on all the groups that were involved with the Student Religious Association including administration material such as meeting minutes and reports. There are other materials on subjects that were of interest to...