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He holds Bachelor’s Degrees in History and Political Science and a Master's Degree in Urban Public Administration all from the University of California.He has worked as a middle school and high school teacher and coach and as Director of Career Services and Professional Life Development at the University of Southern Maine.The Papers contain primarily clippings and photocopies of newspaper articles, mostly dealing with the effort to pass and retain an anti-gay- discrimination ordinance in Lewiston.Also present are transcripts of testimony to the City Council regarding the ordinance and materials from the group Equal Protection Lewiston. Larry Bliss Collection LG MS 22 View Finding Aid Lawrence (Larry) Bliss was born and raised in California, lived in Maine for twenty years, and returned to California in 2011.He appealed his dishonorable discharge 14 times from the late1940’s to 1980, and in 1981 was finally successful in gaining his honorable discharge.He was active in his community in his later years – volunteering mainly for the Red Cross.He then moved to Maine to work for the Maine State Labor Department as a Labor market analyst.After retirement in 1978 he became involved in providing volunteer services to the community.
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The Archives consists of administrative files, programs/activities, and resource materials from the group and its affiliates.
Dates range from 1984 to 1996, with the bulk of materials either undated or 1991-1996. AM CHOFSHI Archives AM CHOFSHI was a social group for LGBT Jews and their families and friends in Maine.
He returned to the United States, retrieving the car he bought in Germany from Newark Port, New Jersey, and drove to Hartford, Connecticut, planning to stay overnight with family before heading back home to Maine.
While in Hartford he learned that Pratt & Whitney was hiring, so he stayed when he got a job there.