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WLBZ Radio

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Download Download audio, Abbott (2.2 MB)

Download Download audio, Booker (2.4 MB)

Download Download audio, Brown (2.5 MB)

Download Download audio, Chase (1.7 MB)

Download Download audio, Cousins (2.0 MB)

Download Download audio, Dr. Klein (2.2 MB)

Download Download audio, Gallagher (1.9 MB)

Download Download audio, Hedrich (2.9 MB)

Download Download audio, Knight (3.1 MB)

Download Download audio, Meekle (2.0 MB)

Download Download audio, Moore (1.6 MB)

Download Download audio, Mrs. Coffin (2.5 MB)

Download Download audio, Mrs. Corbett, Jr. (2.2 MB)

Download Download audio, Mrs. Corbett, Sr. (2.4 MB)

Download Download audio, Mrs. Grant (2.5 MB)

Download Download audio, Mrs. Hopkins (3.4 MB)

Download Download audio, Mrs. Jamison (2.7 MB)

Download Download audio, Mrs. King (2.3 MB)

Download Download audio, Mrs. Millett (2.5 MB)

Download Download audio, Mrs. Moore (2.4 MB)

Download Download audio, Mrs. Schmidt (2.2 MB)

Download Download audio, Mrs. Shaw (3.7 MB)

Download Download audio, Mrs. Varney (2.4 MB)

Download Download audio, Mrs. Wade (3.0 MB)

Download Download audio, Mrs. York (3.0 MB)

Download Download audio, Mundy (2.2 MB)

Download Download audio, Nissen employee Mr. Reynolds (2.2 MB)

Download Download audio, Peter [Bapfy?] (1.1 MB)

Download Download audio, Schiro (2.0 MB)

Download Download audio, Soucie (2.0 MB)

Download Download audio, Wilks (2.0 MB)

Download Download audio, York (1.5 MB)

Download Download audio, Young (1.9 MB)

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Description

Paul Ford and Bill Mincher of WLBZ interview several residents at an open house of the John J. Nissen Baking Corporation's new plant on Abbott Street in Brewer, Maine. Some of those interviewed were from as far away as Cape Cod, Massachusetts and New Brunswick, Canada. The sounds of the operation of the factory can be heard in the background.

Publication Date

5-22-1956

Keywords

audio recording, radio, WLBZ, Brewer, Maine, businesses, bakeries

Disciplines

History | Radio

Comments

Only the first track is available as streaming audio; the others are available as downloadable files. All are included in the transcript.

Collection Number

MS 608

Recording Number

D 16.32 - 16.35; CD 6, tracks 4 to 36

Length of Audio Recording

all approximately 1:00

Nissen Bakery Open House, Interviews with Several Area Residents

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No Known Copyright