Lumbermen -- Maine -- Food habits
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
NA1081 George “Junior” Monk, Jr., interviewed by Stephen Ballew, November 3, 1976, Princeton, Maine. Monk talks about how much money he made working for Albert Merrill cutting wood on the Little Musquash Lake operation; Joe Clancy’s alcoholism; the food at camp; how lunch was served in the woods; being a cookee himself before WWII; raw eggs in coffee; and scaling.” See NF XVIII: “Suthin’.” Text: 7 pp. catalog and journal. Recording: mfc_na1081_t1104_01. Time: 61 minutes.
1084 Marenia Sibley, interviewed by Bessie Dam, April 20, 1975, Lincoln, Maine. Sibley talks about cooking for woodmen at her Uncle's home; snow shoeing to school in winter; spinning and knitting; cooking in a logging camp; camping trips; meeting her future husband, courting, and honeymoon vacation; working as a tax collector and treasurer for 10 years; working in a sardine cannery; and "blue cross parties" to raise money during World War II. Text: 40 pp.