Skip to main content


Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Dorothy A. Pickhardt Talbot, interviewed by Lucia P. Smith


NA3152 Dorothy A. Pickhardt Talbot, interviewed by Lucia P. Smith, June 26, 1986, Falmouth Foreside, Maine. Talbot, born December 20, 1897, in New York, talks about moving to Portland in 1922; developing Bright’s disease with her first pregnancy and problems with two others; mansion called Morse’s Folly; remarks how housing and transport have changed in her lifetime; describes heirlooms. Text: information sheet; 3 pp. selective transcription. Recording: C 1023 45 minutes.

Dates: 1984-1988; 1992

Waldo L. Fielding Typescript Draft

Identifier: SpC MS 0841-sc

Edited typescript draft of Waldo L. Fielding's book Pregnancy: the best state of the union. Included is a note on the manuscript from Thea Wheelwright, dated 2/24/72.

Dates: [undated]

Nancy Kroemer McInnis, interviewed by Deborah Shippee

Abstract 1010 Nancy Kroemer McInnis, interviewed by Deborah Shippee, October 20, 1975, Orono, Maine. McInnis discusses her childhood in northern Maine in the 1950s and 60s; early dating experiences; marrying because she was pregnant; Kennedy’s assassination; returning to finish her college degree and coursework providing her with positive reinforcement; women’s liberation as a good development; the ideal man and ideal woman, and her first experiences with television. Text: 25 pp. transcript plus 6...
Dates: 1974-1980