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Title 1. Lovell Folklore
Accession # 1974.02.0770
Description Tape prepared by Patricia Chandler as a term paper at the University of Maine, Portland in the Fall of 1964. On December 17, 1964 she interviewed Hallie Harriman and Charlotte Hobbs, focusing on superstitions and beliefs. Hallie spoke about how Kezar Lake got its name, the death of Mrs. Patch and Ernest McAllister of Stoneham, known for his strength. Charlotte described school houses, sawmills and the shook industry. In the transcript are additional quotes about Ben Russell, Bud Watson and Lester Stearns. Transcribed. The CD was purchased from the Maine Folklife Center.
People Harriman, Hallie (McKeen) (1907-1994)
Hobbs, Charlotte Eastman (1879-1968)
Russell, Benjamin (1824-1910)
Stearns, Lester R. (1918-1999)
Watson, Bud
McAllister, Ernest H. (1936-1999)
Object Name Tape, Magnetic