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The University of Maine's Student Religious Association (SRA) represented four clubs/organizations on campus the: Hillel, The Newman Club, The Maine Christian Association and Canterbury. Although the Association didn't represent only one religion, Hillel was the only non-Christian group.
The records include materials on all the groups involved with the SRA, including administration material such as meeting minutes and reports. Other materials cover such interests as the Brotherhood Book Drive, Academics and Religion, activities hosted or sponsored, and correspondence discussing various events that the Association were involved in. Material on educational seminars and programs that people either attended or were hosted by the Association are also included. Some interesting material in this record group include: the Foreign Exchange Program, the documents kept that discuss history and current events and the interest of Education, Religion, and Recreation of the Aging, both generally and in Maine.
Education, Religion and Philosophy, Social Life and Customs
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UA RG 0009.007
Special Collections, Raymond H. Fogler Library, University of Maine, "Student Religious Association (University of Maine) Records, 1938-1969" (2017). Finding Aids. Number 361.