Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: SpC MS 0030
Abstract 0873 Brice Booker, interviewed by Lee Foster, March 30, 1975, Brunswick, Maine. Booker talks about Brunswick in the early 1900s; doctors making house calls; trolleys; animal ownership among townspeople; Brunswick schools; local businesses; recollections of Joshua Chamberlain; his paper route; African-American families in Brunswick; weakness of the suffrage movement; the old town hall building and its multiple uses; entertainment, particularly dances; rules and discipline for children;...
Abstract 1093 Rev. Arthur C. Woodward, interviewed by Sarah Jane Miller, November 1, 1976, South Brewer, Maine. Woodward talks about his life and historical events that influenced it; his childhood in Gouldsboro, ME, in the 1920s and 1930s, including chores, education, and recreation; attending vocation school at Quoddy, where he met Eleanor Roosevelt and officials from her husband’s administration; lack of racial difficulties with the African American students; students traveling to Canada to fight...