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Maine, Volume 76, Number 1, Spring/Summer 1995, University Of Maine General Alumni Association Apr 1995

Maine, Volume 76, Number 1, Spring/Summer 1995, University Of Maine General Alumni Association

University of Maine Alumni Magazines

Articles include: A Big Step Toward Equity: UMaine Makes a $724,000 Commitment to Women's Athletics; New Alumni House: Gateway to the University of Maine; 'Farming' For Fish: University Researchers Help Maine's Aquaculturists Achieve Success; High-Tech Meets Higher Ed: Welcome to the New World of Learning at the University of Maine; and In Harm's Way: Charles McKay '51 Was a Deep-Sea Diver at Bikini Atoll in 1946 When the U.S. Detonated Its Fourth and Fifth Atomic Bombs. Now He Works To Help Atomic Veterans.


Maine Alumnus, Volume 67, Number 2, Spring 1986, General Alumni Association, University Of Maine Apr 1986

Maine Alumnus, Volume 67, Number 2, Spring 1986, General Alumni Association, University Of Maine

University of Maine Alumni Magazines

Articles include:

Restoring Orono to Eminence - A special report on the Visiting Committee's recommendations for the University of Maine

Eat those Carrots - UMO's vitamin A research is helping nutritionists plan healthier diets

Professors and Patents - The second of a two-part series on the creativity of campus inventors

The President's House - Photographer Brian Vanden Brink explores the architecture and decor of the house that has been a campus landmark since the beginning


Maine Alumnus, Volume 67, Number 1, December 1985, General Alumni Association, University Of Maine Dec 1985

Maine Alumnus, Volume 67, Number 1, December 1985, General Alumni Association, University Of Maine

University of Maine Alumni Magazines

Headlines include: Fantaisie-Impromptu; Professors and Patents; Owen Wells: Move and Shakes; Hard Times Ahead; and Maine's Own Hall of Fame.


Maine Alumnus, Volume 49, Number 1, September 1967, General Alumni Association, University Of Maine Sep 1967

Maine Alumnus, Volume 49, Number 1, September 1967, General Alumni Association, University Of Maine

University of Maine Alumni Magazines

Articles include: Biggest Ever $18 Million Face-Lifting Job, 75th Wedding Anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Edmunds E. Bond, Dow "South Campus," A Ready-Made College, and Scholarships Perpetuate the Names of Ten Pulp and Paper Foundation Contributors.


Maine Alumnus, Volume 48, Number 5, June 1967, General Alumni Association, University Of Maine Apr 1967

Maine Alumnus, Volume 48, Number 5, June 1967, General Alumni Association, University Of Maine

University of Maine Alumni Magazines

Articles mention the removal of the dome on Carnegie Hall, Dan Severson's service in Vietnam, and the new infirmary between Bennett and Gannett Halls replacing the one that had been in North Hall since 1833.


Maine Alumnus, Volume 48, Number 2, November 1966, General Alumni Association, University Of Maine Nov 1966

Maine Alumnus, Volume 48, Number 2, November 1966, General Alumni Association, University Of Maine

University of Maine Alumni Magazines

Articles include: Dr. Romansky Honored, Maine Explodes On Homecoming, and The Building Boom.


Maine Alumnus, Volume 27, Number 9, June 1946, General Alumni Association, University Of Maine Jun 1946

Maine Alumnus, Volume 27, Number 9, June 1946, General Alumni Association, University Of Maine

University of Maine Alumni Magazines

Headlines include: Commencement; Alumni Day; Plans Announced for Memorial Union Drive; and The Future of the University: A Statement by the Board of Trustees.


Maine Alumnus, Volume 21, Number 8, May 1940, General Alumni Association, University Of Maine May 1940

Maine Alumnus, Volume 21, Number 8, May 1940, General Alumni Association, University Of Maine

University of Maine Alumni Magazines

Headlines include Library Drive at Half-Way Mark, University is Host for Research Day, and Estabrooke Hall Completed.


Maine Alumnus, Volume 17, Number 8, May 1936, General Alumni Association, University Of Maine May 1936

Maine Alumnus, Volume 17, Number 8, May 1936, General Alumni Association, University Of Maine

University of Maine Alumni Magazines

Articles include: Commencement Plans and Programs Announced; New Dormitory to Replace Oak Hall; Maine Wins State [Track] Meet, 57 to 44; and Second Maine Day Repeats Initial Success.


Maine Alumnus, Volume 17, Number 5, February 1936, General Alumni Association, University Of Maine Feb 1936

Maine Alumnus, Volume 17, Number 5, February 1936, General Alumni Association, University Of Maine

University of Maine Alumni Magazines

Articles include: Thirty Years of Drama for Maine Masque; Historic Oak Hall Destroyed by Fire; and Alumna [Margaret Flint Jacobs] Writes Prize Winning Novel [The Old Ashburn Place].


Maine Alumnus, Volume 16, Number 3, December 1934, General Alumni Association, University Of Maine Dec 1934

Maine Alumnus, Volume 16, Number 3, December 1934, General Alumni Association, University Of Maine

University of Maine Alumni Magazines

Headlines include President Hauck Inaugurated, Stephens '99 Receives Alumni Emblem, Bridges '18 Elected Governor, and The Mechanical Engineering Shops.


Maine Alumnus, Volume 16, Number 2, November 1934, General Alumni Association, University Of Maine Nov 1934

Maine Alumnus, Volume 16, Number 2, November 1934, General Alumni Association, University Of Maine

University of Maine Alumni Magazines

Articles highlight renovation of Wingate Hall, five third-generation students in the Class of 1938, and new faculty appointments of Edward F. Dow, Dwight B. Demeritt, Fred P. Loring, and Weston S. Evans.


Maine Alumnus, Volume 15, Number 2, November 1933, General Alumni Association, University Of Maine Nov 1933

Maine Alumnus, Volume 15, Number 2, November 1933, General Alumni Association, University Of Maine

University of Maine Alumni Magazines

Headlines include Plans for Alumni Homecoming, Recent Changes in the College of Arts and Sciences, Wallace Rider Farrington, Merritt Has Fine Coaching Record, and Arts Building Renamed Stevens Hall.


Maine Alumnus, Volume 14, Number 9, June 1933, General Alumni Association, University Of Maine Jun 1933

Maine Alumnus, Volume 14, Number 9, June 1933, General Alumni Association, University Of Maine

University of Maine Alumni Magazines

Articles highlight the dedication of the Alumni Memorial Gym, the record size of the Class of 1933 (314 bachelor, 33 advanced, and 5 honorary degrees conferred), the women's dormitory Mount Vernon being destroyed by fire, and Rudy Vallee visiting the campus.


Maine Alumnus, Volume 14, Number 4, January 1933, General Alumni Association, University Of Maine Jan 1933

Maine Alumnus, Volume 14, Number 4, January 1933, General Alumni Association, University Of Maine

University of Maine Alumni Magazines

Articles highlight Extension Service efforts to solve rural Maine problems, Doris F. Twitchell, Class of 1923, and the floor plan for the Memorial Gymnasium.


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 12, Number 5, February 1931, General Alumni Association, University Of Maine Feb 1931

Maine Alumnus, Volume 12, Number 5, February 1931, General Alumni Association, University Of Maine

University of Maine Alumni Magazines

An issue with several articles focused on the new Home Economics Building, Merrill Hall.


Jackman, 1927, Sanborn Map Company Jan 1927

Jackman, 1927, Sanborn Map Company

Sanborn Maps of Maine

Maps of Jackman, Maine, at a scale of 1:600 or 50 ft. to an inch. The original color maps are on sheets 64 x 54 cm. Sheet 1 includes an index of the area covered on the remaining sheets.


Greenville, 1927, Sanborn Map Company Jan 1927

Greenville, 1927, Sanborn Map Company

Sanborn Maps of Maine

Maps of Greenville, Maine, at a scale of 1:600 or 50 ft. to an inch. The original color maps are on sheets 64 x 54 cm. Sheet 1 includes an index of the area covered on the remaining sheets.


Bar Harbor, 1927, Sanborn Map Company Jan 1927

Bar Harbor, 1927, Sanborn Map Company

Sanborn Maps of Maine

Maps of Bar Harbor, Maine, at a scale of 1:600 or 50 ft. to an inch. The original color maps are on sheets 64 x 54 cm. Sheet 1 includes an index of the area covered on the remaining sheets.


Presque Isle, 1927, Sanborn Map Company Jan 1927

Presque Isle, 1927, Sanborn Map Company

Sanborn Maps of Maine

Maps of Presque Isle, Maine, at a scale of 1:600 or 50 ft. to an inch. The original color maps are on sheets 64 x 54 cm. Sheet 1 includes an index of the area covered on the remaining sheets.


Fort Kent, 1926, Sanborn Map Company Jan 1926

Fort Kent, 1926, Sanborn Map Company

Sanborn Maps of Maine

Maps of Fort Kent, Maine, at a scale of 1:600 or 50 ft. to an inch. The original color maps are on sheets 64 x 54 cm. Sheet 1 includes an index of the area covered on the remaining sheets.


Blue Hill, 1925, Sanborn Map Company Jan 1925

Blue Hill, 1925, Sanborn Map Company

Sanborn Maps of Maine

Maps of Blue Hill, Maine, at a scale of 1:600 or 50 ft. to an inch. The original color maps are on sheets 64 x 54 cm. Maps show location of Fire Department, Post Office, G.M. Allen and Son sawing & planning, Baptist Church, and Primary school.


Jonesport, 1925, Sanborn Map Company Jan 1925

Jonesport, 1925, Sanborn Map Company

Sanborn Maps of Maine

Maps of Jonesport, Maine, at a scale of 1:600 or 50 ft. to an inch. The original color maps are on sheets 64 x 54 cm. Sheet 1 includes an index.

Maps show the locations of the Congregational Church, Cummings & Norton Builders' Supplies, Fire Department, High School, Hinckley Stevens Co. and Sardine Factory, Maine Central Wharf, C. H. Mansfield Fish Packing Company and Sardine Factory, Memorial Library, Post Office, Redmen Hall, Re-organized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, School Houses on Main Street, Smith's Opera House and Movies, Standard Oil Company, R. B. & C. G. Stevens ...


Kingfield, 1923, Sanborn Map Company Jan 1923

Kingfield, 1923, Sanborn Map Company

Sanborn Maps of Maine

Map of Kingfield, Maine, at a scale of 1:1200 or 100 ft to 1 inch. The original color map is 64 x 54 cm. Map includes the area of downtown along the Carrabassett River and shows the locations of the Wing Spool and Bobbin Company, Jenkins and Bogert Manufacturing Company's Novelty Wood Turning Works, and the Roy C. Huse Bull Spool and Bobbin Mill.


Boothbay Harbor, 1922, Sanborn Map Company Oct 1922

Boothbay Harbor, 1922, Sanborn Map Company

Sanborn Maps of Maine

Maps of Boothbay Harbor, Maine, at a scale of 1:600 or 50 ft. to an inch. The original color maps are on sheets 64 x 54 cm. Sheet 1 includes an index of the area covered on the remaining sheets.


Rockland, 1922, Sanborn Map Company Jan 1922

Rockland, 1922, Sanborn Map Company

Sanborn Maps of Maine

Maps of Rockland, Maine, at a scale of 1:600 or 50 ft. to an inch. The original color maps are on sheets 64 x 54 cm. Sheet 1 includes an index of the area covered on the remaining sheets.


Lincoln, 1921, Sanborn Map Company Aug 1921

Lincoln, 1921, Sanborn Map Company

Sanborn Maps of Maine

Maps of Lincoln, Maine, at a scale of 1:600 or 50 ft. to an inch. The original color maps are on sheets 64 x 54 cm. Sheet 1 includes an index of the area covered on the remaining sheets.