Cookery -- Maine
Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
J. Kenneth LaFlamme, interviewed by Ralph Cook for FO 107, October 10, 1973, Hancock, Maine. LaFlamme talks about the Argyle log-sorting boom on the Penobscot River; his work at age 12 and 13 on the boom rafting logs; PLA; bosses; pay; lice and wet clothes; cook house and bunk house; music. Accession also includes correspondence and handwritten notes from LaFlamme. The interview is part of a project that led to an issue of Northeast Folklore, XVII: “Argyle Boom.”
Stephen “Rex” Buzzell, interviewed by Edward D. “Sandy” Ives and members of the Fall 1973 Class of FO 107
1449 By Amy Homans for AY 13 (Bowdoin College), fall 1980, Augusta, Brunswick, and Bangor, Maine. 40 pp. ms. Paper titled "Cookery as a Folk Tradition in a Maine Family." Text: 40 pp. paper.
1433 By Judith Ocker for AY 13 (Bowdoin College), fall 1980, Brunswick and Topsham, Maine. 30 pp. ms. Paper titled "Folk Cookery in the Brunswick-Topsham Area." Text: 30 pp. paper.