Immigrants -- Maine
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Barbara Cloutier, interviewed by Lucia P. Smith
Abstract NA3129 Barbara R. Cloutier, interviewed by Lucia P. Smith, April 16, 1984, Portland, Maine. Cloutier, born February 14, 1900 in Loughaunbeg, County Galway, Ireland, recalls being an Irish immigrant in Portland; the black and tans (British troops) in Ireland; Commercial Street; staying with her aunt; sister Danforth Street; Bald Mountain and Mooselookmeguntic Lake; life in Ireland; Irish-Americans; vegetarian household; habits of employers; Hibernian Hall; the funnies and Andy Gump; missing...
Dates: 1984-1988; 1992
Tatiana Illyn Papers
Collection — Box 1
Identifier: SpC MS 1573
Scope and Contents
Eleven scrapbooks containing columns written by Illyn between 1958 and 1970 for Novoye Russkoye Slovo, a Russian-language newspaper published in New York City. The columns are about life in the Soviet Union, politics, the history, literature and people of Russia as well as the experience of being a Russian emigrant in Maine. The town of Richmond, Maine, a center for Russian settlement in Maine, is featured in several of the columns.