Audio Recordings Oral history with 85 year old white female, Concord, Massachusetts

Format Audio Recordings
Contributors Clark, Gladys Rowe
Garrelick, Renee
Dates 1977
Location Concord
United States
Language English
Subjects Automobiles
Child Rearing
Concord (Mass.)
Country Life
Driving of Horse Drawn Vehicles
English Language
Older Women
Oral Histories
Social Life and Customs
Women Teachers
Women, White
Oral history with 85 year old white female, Concord, Massachusetts
Contributor Names
Garrelick, Renee (Collector)
Clark, Gladys Rowe (Speaker)
Created / Published
On or before 7/19/1977
Subject Headings
-  English language--Dialects--Massachusetts
-  Women, White--Massachusetts--Concord--Language
-  Women teachers--Massachusetts--Concord--Language
-  Country life--Massachusetts--Concord
-  Child rearing--Massachusetts--Concord
-  Driving of horse-drawn vehicles--Massachusetts--Concord
-  Automobiles--Massachusetts
-  Schools--Massachusetts--Concord
-  Concord (Mass.)--Social life and customs
-  Older women--Massachusetts--Concord--Language
-  Interviews
-  Oral histories
-  United States -- Massachusetts -- Concord
Oral histories
-  For rights information contact the collector’s institution: Concord Historical Commission. Concord, MA
-  85 year old white female.
-  A career teacher. Her family goes back in Concord to before the American Revolution.. Grew up on a farm, considers herself a country girl. Well educated for her day, has traveled all over the world in her adult life. Socially, according to her was not part of the Main St. upper class. The self sustaining nature of farm life - her neighborhood memories of Main St., merchants, and school days are touched upon. Other topics include the transportation revolution of the electric trolley and automobile and their effect on town life.
Audio tape; 10.5” reel, 7.5 ips; duration: 18:53
Call Number
AFC 1986/022: AFS 24,309 a01
Source Collection
Center for Applied Linguistics Collection (AFC 1986/022)
American Folklife Center
Digital Id

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