Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
1060 Gladis Mace interviewed by Nora Groce, July 30, 1976, Aurora, Maine. Notes on an unrecorded interview. Mace talks about growing up in Ellsworth, Maine; dropping out of high school; getting married in 1917; moving to Aurora, Maine; Mace’s Family Store; dances at Grange Hall; dancing lessons; Kitchen Breakdowns; George Magoon (known for poaching); and Calvin Graves (wanted for murder). Text: 3 pp. interview summary.
0690 Jessie Maddan, interviewed by Madeline Gifford for FO 2, spring 1972, Cardville, Maine. Maddan, age 86, talks about her childhood in Cardville: family life, school, social activities, description of one of earliest houses; her married life; illness and death of father and husbands; operating sporting camps; trapping game. Also included: sketch of the town of Cardville. Text: 116 pp. transcript with brief catalog. Recording: T 0401 - T 0403 2 1/2 hours
Love letters between Harry Lund, a banker and soldier from Yarmouth, Maine and his future wife, Zilphia Lund. Their relationship began as pen pals and evolved into a romantic relationship resulting in their marriage.