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William Steere

Interviewee Description Interviewer Date of Interview Location of Interview Affiliation Collection
Elizabeth Woodman

February 14, 1978 interview with Elizabeth Woodman, who describes her experiences in the Lighthouse Service. One track towards the end of the tape is distorted, but it is still audible.

Notes: The Tales of Cape Cod Oral History Collection is housed at the William Brewster Nickerson Archives in the Wilkens Library at Cape Cod Community College in West Barnstable, Massachusetts. For more information about the collection, please contact the Nickerson Archives, http://www.nickersonarchives.org/.

William Steere Dennisport, MA The William Brewster Nickerson Cape Cod History Archives Tales of Cape Cod
Joseph Oliver

Captain Oliver describes trap fishing, early twentieth century Provincetown, the Shaw Fund for Mariner's Children, and his experiences taking Ernie Pyle out fishing.

Notes: The Tales of Cape Cod Oral History Collection is housed at the William Brewster Nickerson Archives in the Wilkens Library at Cape Cod Community College in West Barnstable, Massachusetts. For more information about the collection, please contact the Nickerson Archives, http://www.nickersonarchives.org/.

William Steere Provincetown, MA The William Brewster Nickerson Cape Cod History Archives Tales of Cape Cod
Mabelle Howes Eagar

Born in 1898, Mrs.

William Steere Dennis, MA The William Brewster Nickerson Cape Cod History Archives Tales of Cape Cod
Helen Pulcifer Doland

Born in 1894 at 382 Main Street, Yarmouth Port, Mrs.

William Steere Yarmouth Port, MA The William Brewster Nickerson Cape Cod History Archives Tales of Cape Cod
Mary Hinckley Crane

Born in 1914, Mrs. Crane talks about her ancestors coming to Situate and moving down to Barnstable in 1639.

William Steere Barnstable, MA The William Brewster Nickerson Cape Cod History Archives Tales of Cape Cod

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