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Abstract 1323 Dr. David Smith, interviewed by Mary Poulin, March 11-16, 1980, Orono, Maine. Smith talks about his experiences in the 1950s; the lumber business and the introduction of power saws; use of horses in the lumber business; the value of doing work the old-fashioned way; his support for his professional wife and lack of gender stereotypes; Navy service and concerns that the Korean War would lead to war with the Soviet Union; MacArthur’s dismissal from command; impact of the G.I. Bill of...
Abstract 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....