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The material was gathered by Tony Kaliss during his time as an undergraduate and graduate at the University of Maine where he was an active participant in some of the student protest activities that took place at UMO. The materials are more of a snap shot of student protest activities not a comprehensive record.
The records include material on the subjects of student unions, general left caucus, anti-war marches, protests, and sit-ins, University President Libby's speech on rights, Justice Department visits, labor related activities, California grape boycott, Penobscot Shoe Co. strike, and Doug's shop and save strike.
Social Movements and Services, Military and War, Government and Law
Size of Collection
Dates of Collection
1968-2016, bulk 1968-1972
UA RG 0010.004
Special Collections, Raymond H. Fogler Library, University of Maine, "Kaliss (Tony) Student Political Protest Papers, 1968-2016" (2018). Finding Aids. Number 378.