Exhibits - Women’s Work
Women’s Work: A Century of Maine Experience
An exhibit of photographs and oral histories from the Maine Folklife Center.
Women’s Folklife Exhibit Planning Committee: Pauleena MacDougall, Anu Dudley, Elizabeth Hedler, Mary Ellen Barns, Mary Jo Sanger, Mazie Hough, Bonita Parent Grindle, Rhea Cote Robbins, Carol Toner, Janet Givens, and Rae Barter.
Exhibit Design: Bonnie Bishop, assisted by Karen Wihbey and Rae Barter
On-line Exhibit: Kathleen Martin
Exhibit Text: Pauleena MacDougall, assisted by Elizabeth Hedler, Elisabeth Hill, Anu Dudley, Carol Toner, and Mazie Hough.
Photo Contributions: Sandra Galley, The New England Museum of Telephony, Inc., Ellsworth; Alice Knight, Rockland; Lois Andrews, Eastern Fine Paper, Brewer; Warren Historical Society; Wm. H. Bunting, Whitefield; Julia Hunter, Maine State Museum, Augusta; Down East Magazine; SALT Magazine; Bangor Daily News, Rick Wilson, Brunswick; Becky Cole-Will, Abbe Museum, Bar Harbor; Harold Lacadie, Old Town; Winterport Historical Society; Androscoggin Historical Society; Kathy Van Gorder, West Tremont; Lyn Rogers; Tammy Packie, Bar Harbor.
Support for the exhibit was provided by the Maine Folklife Center and the Division of Lifelong Learning (Certificate in Maine Studies).
*Note: catalog numbers beginning with P indicate photos, NA indicates excerpts from oral history interviews, from the Maine Folklife Center, South Stevens Hall, Univerity of Maine, Orono.
The photographs for this exhibit come from a variety of sources, and many are copyrighted. If you want to use any of these photographs, you must contact the owner to receive permission.