Paul Belyea, interviewed by Melody Rose
Scope and Contents
The collection consists of a series of interviews conducted from 1974 to 1980 by students for a course (IDL 105, Women in Maine: An Autobiographical Approach) taught by Maryann Hartman in the department of Speech and Communications at the University of Maine. Students asked a variety of informants for their opinions about the present and future roles of women in Maine. Each informant discussed this in the context of their own lives and experiences, therefore the individual interviews cover a wide range of topics.
- Creation: 1974-1980
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From the Collection: 58 items
Language of Materials
From the Collection: English
1259 Paul Belyea, interviewed by Melody Rose, May 16, 1979, Orono, Maine. Belyea talks his childhood in Presque Isle, Maine in the 1930s and 40s, and the impact of isolated country living; differences between his childhood and that of his children; toys and shoes scarce during WWII; taxis during WWII as bringers of bad news; radio during his childhood; US dependence on foreign oil in the 1970s; his views on the Equal Rights Amendment; the education system; and his optimism for the future. Text: 24 pp. transcript Recording: T 1335 1 hour. mfc_na1259_t1335_01.
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University of Maine
Orono ME 04469-5729 United States