Ives, Edward D.
Found in 130 Collections and/or Records:
Personal stories, narratives, and anecdotes about the great January 1998 ice storm.
NA1198 Addie Weed, interviewed by Edward D. “Sandy” Ives, June 28, 1978, Veazie, Maine. Weed talks about life in Veazie; history of the Weed property; and remembrances of her youth. Text: 33 pp., catalog. Recording: mfc_na1198_t1258_01<02. (T 1258 - T 1413). Time: 2 hours.
Bertha Price, interviewed by Jolene Walker, Alison Bishop, Edward D. “Sandy” Ives, and Celeste Beaulieu
0846 Bertha Price, interviewed by Jolene Walker, Alison Bishop, Edward D. “Sandy” Ives, and Celeste Beaulieu for AY 125, October and December 1974, Argyle, Maine. Price talks about growing up on a farm at the turn of the 20th century; social customs; clothing; various aspects of farm life; outside of house; layout of rooms; furnishings; activities done in some rooms. Text: 19 pp. index; 29 pp. transcript. Recording: T 0780 - T 0782 / PM 0741 3 hours.
2565 Edward D. “Sandy” Ives, interviewed by Laura Finkel, September 27, 1994, Orono, Maine. Ives talks about his life and career teaching and studying folklore. Deposited by Finkel in August 1998. Recording: mfc_na2565_c1670_01, mfc_na2565_c1670_02 [C 1670]. 68 minutes
3012 Edward D. “Sandy” Ives, interviewed by Pauleena MacDougall, March 5, 2003. Ives discusses the formation of the Northeast Folklore Society; founding the journal Northeast Folklore; composition of first board; finances; Helen Creighton’s visit; function of the board; and editing Northeast Folklore. Text: 4 pp. incomplete transcript. Recording: mfc_na3012_c2052_01 [C 2052]. 46 minutes
2390 Edward D. “Sandy” Ives, interviewed by Shane Duigan, December 7 and 9, 1993, at Ives’s office in Stevens Hall, University of Maine at Orono. In two interviews, Ives discusses his early years at the University; the beginnings of the Northeast Archives; the discipline of Folklore; public access; and public programming. Text: 25 pp. transcript
NA4392 Frank Curran, interviewed by Edward D. "Sandy" Ives at the home of Mrs. Laura Curran, Farmington, P.E.I., April 3, 1969. Ives visited the house to see Mrs. Laura Curran, Frank Curran's sister-in-law. Curran spoke of a song Doyle made up about his father and a horse trader. Ives' notes record, "What he gave me was little enough. Curran was pretty full." Recording: mf167_1.1_ives069.03_cd131_11. Time: 00:04:52