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Maine Alumnus, Volume 14, Number 3, December 1932, General Alumni Association, University Of Maine Dec 1932

Maine Alumnus, Volume 14, Number 3, December 1932, General Alumni Association, University Of Maine

University of Maine Alumni Magazines

Includes an article on Ronald Levinson, Head of the Department of Philosophy, plans for the Memorial Gym, a trio of alumni who became ministers.


Maine Alumnus, Volume 14, Number 2, November 1932, General Alumni Association, University Of Maine Nov 1932

Maine Alumnus, Volume 14, Number 2, November 1932, General Alumni Association, University Of Maine

University of Maine Alumni Magazines

Lead articles cover Alumni Service Emblems being presented to Louis J. Brann and C. Parker Crowell, F. E. Weymouth directing a "mammoth project," the Colorado River Aqueduct. A proposal for new wings for Stevens Hall is also included.


Maine Alumnus, Volume 14, Number 1, October 1932, General Alumni Association, University Of Maine Oct 1932

Maine Alumnus, Volume 14, Number 1, October 1932, General Alumni Association, University Of Maine

University of Maine Alumni Magazines

Articles highlight Louis J. Brann, Class of 1898, being elected Maine Governor and the Memorial Gymnasium under construction.


Maine Alumnus, Volume 13, Number 9, June 1932, General Alumni Association, University Of Maine Jun 1932

Maine Alumnus, Volume 13, Number 9, June 1932, General Alumni Association, University Of Maine

University of Maine Alumni Magazines

Articles report on events of an alumni banquet and the 1932 commencement ceremonies.


Maine Alumnus, Volume 13, Number 8, May 1932, General Alumni Association, University Of Maine May 1932

Maine Alumnus, Volume 13, Number 8, May 1932, General Alumni Association, University Of Maine

University of Maine Alumni Magazines

Headlines include "Gala Alumni Day to be Held June 11" and "Captain A. W. Stevens, '07, Intrepid Photographer and Bird Man."


Maine Alumnus, Volume 13, Number 7, April 1932, General Alumni Association, University Of Maine Apr 1932

Maine Alumnus, Volume 13, Number 7, April 1932, General Alumni Association, University Of Maine

University of Maine Alumni Magazines

Articles highlight changes on the agricultural end of campus, career in botany of F. Lamson-Scribner, and three graduates with careers in social services.


Maine Alumnus, Volume 13, Number 6, March 1932, General Alumni Association, University Of Maine Mar 1932

Maine Alumnus, Volume 13, Number 6, March 1932, General Alumni Association, University Of Maine

University of Maine Alumni Magazines

Articles cover the resignation of Dean James S. Stevens and the 25th reunion of the Class of 1907.


Maine Alumnus, Volume 13, Number 5, February 1932, General Alumni Association, University Of Maine Feb 1932

Maine Alumnus, Volume 13, Number 5, February 1932, General Alumni Association, University Of Maine

University of Maine Alumni Magazines

Includes an article on Benjamin Flint Gould, the first graduate of Maine State College.


Station Log, January 19-February 4, 1932, Wlbz Radio Jan 1932

Station Log, January 19-February 4, 1932, Wlbz Radio

WLBZ Radio Station Records

Log sheets and operating logs for WLBZ Radio in Bangor, Maine, for the dates of January 29 to February 4, 1932. Log sheets include notes on programs that aired. The operating log includes the time the carrier goes on, the time program begins, the time program ends, and the time the carrier wave goes off. Columns provided places to note the time, plate number, plate voltage, plate current, antenna current, frequency check, temperature, and interruptions during the broadcast day.


A History Of Newspapers In The District Of Maine, 1785-1820, Frederick Gardiner Fassett Jr. Jan 1932

A History Of Newspapers In The District Of Maine, 1785-1820, Frederick Gardiner Fassett Jr.

Maine Bicentennial

Post-Revolutionary Maine: The history of newspapers in the District of Maine, from 1785 to 1820, falls into three divisions, centering respectively about the activities of Thomas Baker Wait, Peter Edes, and Nathaniel Willis, Jr. These men and the newspapers with which they were identified are the dominant agents in a somewhat chaotic development; a host of lesser men and lesser papers support them. Wait, because he was prime mover in the first paper, because he trained several younger men, because he was an energetic and progressive publisher, and because in partnership with his protege John Kelse Baker he led the ...


Maine Alumnus, Volume 13, Number 4, January 1932, General Alumni Association, University Of Maine Jan 1932

Maine Alumnus, Volume 13, Number 4, January 1932, General Alumni Association, University Of Maine

University of Maine Alumni Magazines

Articles focus on the training of engineers and the Waldo-Hancock Bridge design by Ray M. Boynton, Class of 1920.