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Abstract NA4357 Fred McLaine interviewed by Edward D. "Sandy" Ives, July 17, 1965, at Lake George, Nova Scotia, Canada. Present during the interview Sharon Spurrell and Fred Cogswell and Mr. McLaine's sister. McLaine, age 80, worked with Joe Scott cutting pulp while working for Fred Greenlow. Joe used to sing his songs while working with the Greenlow pulp operation. Heard Joe's songs before he met Joe. Discusses the song, "The Plain Golden Band." Discusses how Joe "could stop a toothache." Joe was...
Dates: Majority of material found within 1955-1970
Scope and Contents This collection consists of a series of interviews and recordings of various meetings and sessions of the Spiritualist Church in Maine and especially at Camp Etna. The interviews were conducted by Bonita Freeman Witthoft in connection with her thesis From the Other Side of Life: Modern Spiritualism in Maine, in 1975. Witthoft was primarily interested in fundamental religious concepts, forms of apprenticeship, acquired patterns of perception and behavior, the discipline of mediums as...