Robert G. Nisbet, Editor-in-Chief
Lawrence D. Pinkham, Willard Nisbet, Jr., Managing Editors
Warren E. McAvoy, Sports Editor
The Maine Annex, published by the students of the University of Maine at the Brunswick Campus, was launched January 10, 1947. Editors introduced the publication as "the product of a group of progressive students" attending the Brunswick Campus. The goal of the publication, according to editors, was to "tell the story of our life on this campus." The four-page, tabloid-sized paper included display advertising from area businesses. This issue contains an editorial lamenting the presence of State Police Officers at the Victory Dance the previous weekend. In addition to approximately 250 women bussed in from surrounding communities, "blue uniformed proponents of the law were thicker than ants at a picnic."
The Maine Annex; Angis, John H.; Shaughnessy, Maurice F.; Bates, Elbert G.; Rupp, Robert S.; McNiff, James E.; Leclerc, Joseph B. L.; and Haley, Harold, "The Maine Annex, vol. 1, no. 12" (1947). The Maine Annex. 13.
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