Dorrice Trickey Wetzler, interviewed by Sarah K. Martin
Scope and Contents
Interviews conducted by then MA history student Sarah K. Martin with Louis Rolnick, Dorrice Trickey Wetzler, and Suzanne “Sue” Hodgins Mock on their experiences growing up in the Little City neighborhood in Bangor, Maine.
- Creation: 1998
- From the Collection: Martin, Sarah K. (Interviewer, Person)
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Language of Materials
From the Collection: English
4286 Dorrice Trickey Wetzler, interviewed by Sarah K. Martin, April 22 and 27, 1998. Wetzler talks about living in the Little City neighborhood of Bangor, Maine from 1920-1927 starting when she was six years old. Text: 26 pp. transcript for April 22 (folder 1) and 10 pp. for April 27 (folder 2), 2 pp. release forms. Printed transcripts have pencil corrections on them. Recording: mfc_na4286_c01_01-mfc_na4286_c03_01 102 minutes.
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