Found in 134 Collections and/or Records:
The records include receipt books (1888-1894 incomplete, 1945-1949), ledgers (1912-1950), capital stock book (1902-1951), company meeting records (1902-1951), and photographs.
The records include a history of the organization, membership information, correspondence, financial records, and information about special projects and events.
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.
The records of a fishing club. Included are minutes of meetings, financial records, savings deposit books, photographs, photographic negatives, slides, inventories, correspondence, receipts, original drawings, and a map of the Appalachian Trail from Katahdin to Mt. Bigelow published in 1934.
Correspondence, reports, minutes, membership lists, programs, history and other records of Orono Chapter of the American Association of University Women. Some statewide records are also found in the collection.
Academic Affairs. Vice President For Academic Affairs & Provost. International Academic Programs. American University in Bulgaria (University Of Maine) Records
This record group contains information concerning the development and operation of AUB. Included are board meeting minutes, inter-office correspondence, publicly released official documents, AUB newsletters and magazines, informational pamphlets and postings, accredidation and site evaluations, material concerning the development of the AUB library, and information regarding staffing, student complaints, and information for faculty.
Records of the organization including its constitution, minutes of the executive board, 1987-1992, financial records, and membership lists, as well as information about conferences.
Contents: records of meetings of the Board of Directors; publications of the Associations.
Collection contains a volume of records of the Bangor Medical Society including its constitution and bylaws and minutes of meetings, 1872-1873. Also included are letters, 1898-1918, to William C. Mason containing biographical information about various physicians in Maine, notes on physicians, and a scrapbook containing publications of the Bangor Medical Association and the Penobscot County Medical Association.
The papers include University of Maine faculty committee records. Included are papers on accreditation, union agreements, labor relations, membership lists, minutes of meetings, building plans, faculty lounge in Hannibal Hamlin Hall, and papers of the Policy Advisory Committee.
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.
Papers of residents of Columbia Falls, Maine, and records of a temperance society in Columbia Falls. Twenty-three pages of one of the notebooks are records of the Howard Association for the Promotion of Temperance in Columbia Falls for the years 1834 to 1840. The remainder of the notebook and the second notebook were used as daybooks for farm records of expenses and money received.
The papers of Isabel Burger pertain mostly to her work with the Children's Experimental Theater and the Children's Theater Association. The collection includes correspondence, scripts, bylaws, minutes, financial, and other records concerning the children's theater organizations.
A collection of the business records of a retail book store owned and operated by Charles E. Campbell in Portland, Maine. Includes ledgers, account books, inventories, and auditors' reports.
The records of a moral and educational corporation. Included are by-laws, minutes of meetings, newspaper clippings, reports of treasurers, and correspondence. Included also is a copy of a contract between the Anti-Saloon League of America and the Christian Civic League of Maine dated March 28, 1919.
Records of the Society, founded in Skowhegan, Maine, in 1903. Includes by-laws, a list of original members, and minutes of meetings for 1903-1920.
Collection includes minutes, programs, photographs, publications, notes, and correspondence of various clubs and organizations at the University of Maine at Orono. Also includes some newsletters produced by these clubs and organizations.
Academic Affairs. Dean, College Of Natural Sciences, Forestry, And Agriculture. College Of Agriculture (University Of Maine) Records
Academic Affairs. Dean College Of Engineering. School Of Engineering Technology. College Of Engineering & Science (University Of Maine) Records
Office Of The President. Presidential Committees. Commission On Graduate Education (University Of Maine) Records
The records contain textual information created and curated by the University of Maine Commission on Graduate Education. Including: copies of reports concerning women at the University of Maine, various articles and reports collected as part of environmental scans into national trends in graduate education and employment, responses from the surveys sent out to faculty and students, brochures, and copies of Commission meeting notes, correspondence, and reports.
The record group contains meeting minutes for the University of Maine's Committee on Administration.
The records consist of 2 documents. The first document is an agreement signed on Dec. 30, 1851 before Justice of the Peace Warren Leighton to build a dike on Back Bay Creek in the town of Milbridge, Maine according to the plan in the agreement. The second document requests Warren Leighton, Justice of the Peace in Washington County, to issue a warrant to call a meeting of the owners of the Back Bay dike to form a company and to raise money to repair the dike.