Equality before the law
Found in 17 Collections and/or Records:
Betty Brown, interviewed by Rebekah Rawding
Cathy Murray, interviewed by Susan Stewart
Earl Allen, interviewed by Meris Bickford
1009 Earl Allen, interviewed by Meris Bickford, November 12 -14, 1975, in Orono, Maine. Allen discusses his childhood in northern Maine during the 1940s and 50s; opposition to the Vietnam War; women’s liberation and equality; being a Maine nativist; working in the television business; characteristics of his generation; and the growing necessity of a college education. Text: 34 pp. transcript plus 4 pp. catalog. Recording: T 1020, CD 2002 ¾ hour.
Jo Ann Nivison, interviewed by Connie Allen
Lewis Kershner, interviewed by Nancy Chellis
Lois Derosiers, interviewed by Sheila Comerford
Margaret Hatch, interviewed by Donna E. Gray
1092 Margaret Hatch, interviewed by Donna E. Gray, November 18 – 29, 1976, Orono, Maine. Hatch discusses her views on the women’s liberation movement; the Great Depression and its impact on her childhood; WWII; her reaction to the attack on Pearl Harbor; and wartime activities. Text: 11 pp. incomplete transcript, with 5 pp. catalog. Recording: T 1113 – T 1114 1 hour. mfc_na1092_t1113_01, mfc_na1092_t1114_01
Max Gass, interviewed by Cheryl Berg
Nancy Kroemer McInnis, interviewed by Deborah Shippee
Paul Belyea, interviewed by Melody Rose
Robert Bourget, interviewed by Rhonda Lee Walfield
Robert Ewer, interviewed by Harriet Tilley
Russell Christensen, interviewed by Maryellen McCallum
Suzanne Thompson, interviewed by Susan Simpson
Terry-Ann Lunt Aucoin, interviewed by Michele Byrnes
1013 Terry-Ann Lunt Aucoin, interviewed by Michele Byrnes for IDL 105, fall 1975, Bangor Community College, Maine. 38 pp. Tape: 1 hr. w/ brief cat. and trans. Aucoin, director of the Maine Human Rights Commission, talks about her life and education; politics; Kennedy’s assassination; Kent State; Vietnam War; Nixon and Watergate; ERA; women in the job market. Text: brief catalog and transcript. Recording: T 1024 1 hour.
Thelma Cowin, interviewed by Kerry Sisson
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.