The project involves a single premise, proposed by a member of the online community. Randall discusses his childhood in Old Town, Maine, in the s and 50s; life being less satisfactory in the s despite having more material goods; his job as the head baker in Stodder Commons at the University of Maine; celebrations at the end of WWII; growing up as one of twenty-two children; his involvement with St. T 1 hour. It was the first of many Holmes stories Zuch would eventually write. Criner, interviewed by Davida Kellogg, June 10, Wardwell discusses the CCC in Acadia National Park; leaving home to work as a farmhand at 14; applying to the CCC in October ; military structure of the camp; expense of smoking; hitchhiking home to visit his mother; Franco-Americans in the CCC; boys who went to high school while in the CCC; daily routine; commissary; souvenir pillow cover he bought his mother; seniority and earning stripes; camp officials; carpentry projects; hip roof buildings; CCC classes; going into town; camp recreation; WWII service in the Marines; postwar jobs; benefits of the CCC.
Zuch advised students and other aspiring authors to remember the importance of a day job, no matter the field. P and P C — C C and C Gafferty discusses the history of his ship, British schooner Rosa Lind, built ; dipping luggers being obsolete by ; how WWII halted fishing in England; repairing his boat and early adventures on it in the s; and why living on boats is bad for young children. Booklet contains photocopies of photos. CD , CD 58 minutes. By speaking with neighbors who had lived through the era, the students received first hand accounts.
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The accession includes two pages of commentary by Assoc. Eddy paper operations; the most recent closing of the Eastern Fine paper mill. A Down East Project. C and C Dean talks about his family background and childhood in Michigan; his parents, Ira Dean, a train guard onpine Western Byzucch, and Nellie Lowell; his brother Lindley Dean; early work selling newspapers on trains; education; attending the University of Michigan during fiilm Depression; serving as a porter and waiter on luxury cruises to China and South America; training as a marine engineer; graduate school at University of Michigan; marriage to Blanche, and children, Linda, Sandra, Carla; joining the Navy; service at Bath Iron Works at beginning of WWII; meeting his second wife, Beulah Lunt, there; service at Adak and Kodiak, Alaska; post war career in ship repair at Long Beach, California, and Washington, D.
Gaddis discusses working along the Machias River, particularly byzjch his family lumbering and blueberry business; log driving; explanation of photographs and documents; wages in the s; use of housing on horses; logging season dictated by need for frozen lakes and ground; construction of byzuxh camps; use of both horses and tractors; sizes of wood desired; company supplying horses and tools; care for injuries; tricks to avoid logjams; WWII service; combining lumber and blueberries for full-time work; and a typical day cutting trees after and before WWII.
Frances, Maine, talks about his childhood memories of s and 40s Depression era; the lack of jobs and social programs; how being in a rural area meant they had some resources; how his grandparents raised him; life on a homestead farm; having to walk a mile to school; how times have changed and the importance of conserving energy today; New Deal programs like the WPA and the CCC; the economic changes brought about as a result of WWII; the atomic bomb; how everyone contributed to the war effort he salvaged 8 pounds of lead ; what the draft was like; and the importance of the current generation understanding how thing were then.
Melvin discusses his stations in WWII, none of which saw action as he was in a construction battalion; bombing Hiroshima as the right thing to do; the ideal man; his duties in the military; liberty in China and shopping in Peking; and how politics in the s could be improved. Writing remained central to his career after college.
Lander talks about growing up during WWII. Patricks Day Party 2 cds.
Nevells discusses her life in during the late nineteenth to mid twentieth centuries; dances; ojline shows; sliding in the winter; how she came to have the telephone office in her home ; changes pnline the telephone office over time; minimal changes during WWII other than blackouts; her wedding and wedding dress; and Fourth of July and Christmas celebrations when she was a child. Biladeau talks about his first work and union experiences at the International Paper Co.
Bechtel, November 7 — 14,Brewer, Maine.
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Leach and Gray talk about rum-running during the Prohibition; Ralph Leach. True discusses World War II and its impacts on life fiom Orono; rationing and the difficulty of planning meals; land made available at the University of Maine for victory gardens; recycling and volunteering for the war effort; blackouts and dimouts; joining the Navy as a hospital aide; teaching blind servicemen life skills; why she chose not to join the celebrations on Victory in Japan Day; her Navy uniforms; advantages of being in the military in terms of preferential treatment and reduced fares; radio shows of the s; the importance of education in her family; changing perceptions of smoking and women smokers between the s and s; aircraft spotting during WWII; and the shooting of the Brady Gang in Bangor.
P — PPP — P The Lords talk about their lives, including fishing and working experiences in the Bucksport area since ; information about the Depression — WWII period. Gardner talks about her experiences as the wife of a bombardier pilot during WWII; effects of war fklm everyday life.
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A booklet is included with the tape. Stevens, April 27,at his home in Brewer, Maine. Zuch advised students and other aspiring authors to remember the importance of a day job, no matter the field. Colson, who was born in and went to work for Stinson in and retired in when Stinson sold the plant, and his son P.
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Portal Webmail Directory Canvas. Maynard, employed by the company before, during and after WWII, talks about her work experiences at Banton Brothers, manufacturers of wooden goods; discusses the changes that occurred in the war years.
T — T 2 hours. Cleaves s travel journal. Lovejoy talks about college and teaching experiences during the Depression; life as a young wife and mother during WWII; copy of s bank book; ration coupons. Gray, November 18 — 29,Orono, Maine. C 90 minutes. Hunnewell talks about life during the Depression and WWII; teaching experiences, to ; Cooperative Extension work, to ; news clipping.
New Jersey; sources for lumber and hardware; and boat buyers from out of state; Frost onlien a visitor debate design choices in boats; performance and durability of various materials, different wood; and seaworthiness of various designs.
Albert talks about her childhood memories of WWII.
See NA Doe talks about her experience as one of first women workers at Great Northern Paper Co. CC 1 hour 10 min.
Adams, JuneSouth Solon, Maine. By speaking with neighbors who had lived through the era, the students received first hand accounts. Three manuscript items as follows: C — C 12 hours. Schrumpf talks about attending UMaine: Includes photocopies of photographs.
This is an arbitrary collection of accessions created in June to bring together interviews that focus on WWII. Filteau discusses growing up near Quebec in the s; moving from Canada to Lewiston circa ; childhood experiences with nuns; living and working during the Great Depression; Franco-American food; operating a restaurant which sold alcohol; the advent of WWII; and her thoughts on cultural identity in Lewiston.
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