Found in 28 Collections and/or Records:
2873 Alonzo Keaton, Sr. and Edith (Jandreau) Keaton, interviewed by Helen K. Atchison, circa 1971-1972. The Keatons, of Caribou, Maine, discuss life in a lumber camp; the ferry across the St. John River; the establishment of a customs office; lumbering; Christmas in the woods; log drives; an alcohol plant in Caribou; hunting; and the Realty mill. Text: 1 pp. brief index. Recording: mfc_na2873_c0084_01, mfc_na2873_c0084_02 53 minutes
Bernice Morin, Betty Labretton, Flora Bosse, and Pauline Baillargeon, interviewed by Carol Nichols and Adeline “Connie” St. Louis
NA1139 Grace Mack, interviewed by Jill Hansen, November 15 and December 9, 1977, for AY 125, Veazie, Maine. Mack, born in Calais, Maine in 1898, talks about the distinction of being a “Maineroader” verses a village dweller; daily lifestyles; her home, which was built around 1800; methods of discipline and how they’ve changed; how her family spends the Christmas holiday; memories of early Veazie. Text: 10 pp., catalog. Recordings: mfc_na1139_t1201_01<02. (T 1201, CD 2095). Time: 1 hour.
0888 Thelma Cowin interviewed by Kerry Sisson, November 21, 1974, Orono, Maine. Cowin discusses her father’s career as a country doctor in Hampden in the early 1900s; why she decided to go into nursing; her courtship in the 1920s; childhood Christmases; why Prohibition didn’t accomplish anything; her view of voting and women in politics; and the change in gender roles, especially in politics, over time. Text: 24 pp. transcript. Recording: T 0858 / CD 0820 1 hour.
Walter Trundy, Walter Wallace, Alva Clement, and Lorna (Douglas) Clement, interviewed by Kenneth Whitney, Florence Ireland, Bob Ireland, and Jill Allen
0705 Walter Trundy, Walter Wallace, Alva Clement, and Lorna (Douglas) Clement, interviewed by Kenneth Whitney, Florence Ireland, Bob Ireland, and Jill Allen, winter 1971-1972, Stockton Springs, Cundy’s Harbor, and Castine, Maine. Trundy, Wallace, and the Clement, all coastal people, on what Christmas was like around the turn of the century. Maine Public Broadcasting Network. Text: 46 pp. transcript. Recording: T 0431 - T 0432 2 hours. Not digitized.