"The Last Smokehouse" Film Project
Scope and Contents
Collections consists of video received from filmmaker Truppin relating to the 1989 film project about the dying of the herring smoking industry on the coast of Maine. The project was called “The Last Smokehouse: Lubec and the Herring Smoking Industry of Maine.”
Conditions Governing Access
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Language of Materials
NA2604 Made by Truppin, Andrea, 1989, coast of Maine. Accession consists of two videos received from filmmaker Truppin relating to her 1989 film project about the dying of the herring smoking industry on the coast of Maine. The project was called “The Last Smokehouse” [not full title]. Also included: an audio recording. Recordings: mfc_na2604_v0185 12 minutes, mfc_na2604_v0186 9 minutes, mfc_na2604_v0324 30 minutes.
Existence and Location of Originals
Located at the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress: AFC 2012/047 https://lccn.loc.gov/2013655211.
"The Last Smokehouse: Lubec and the Herring Smoking Industry of Maine” was a film project funded by the Payson Foundation and Maine Humanities Council in 1990.
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- April 2018
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