Mr. J. Fred Maloney, 1889 – 1977 of Constable, NY, oral history interview

Oral history interview and transcript of Mr. J Fred Maloney of Constatble, NY. Economic & Social life in Constable, NY, 1890- 1940, working at Paul Smiths Hotel and prohibition in the US.Growing up in Massachusetts; family life; moving to Constable; living conditions and housing; farming; religion; childhood education; dairy farming and hop; details of growing hops in Westville/Constable; work in the Adirondack Resorts; Paul Smiths Resort, NY.Food and home preservation; home remedies; Constable businesses ca. 1900 and the economy; Prohibition and bootlegging out of Canada; religion; settling of French Huguenots out of Quebec; marriage and children.

Mr. J. Fred Maloney

27/08/2011

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Mr. Maloney Talks extensively about working at Paul Smiths and about Paul Smith and Family Paul Smiths Hotel postcard

Listen to or read about  Mr. Maloney talk extensively about working at Pauls Smiths Hotel and Paul Smith

Mr. J. Fred Maloney

1889 – 1977 

Interviewed by: William Langlois,  Recorded: September 4, 1970 

Topic:  Economic & Social life in Constable, NY,  1890- 1940, working at Paul Smiths Hotel and prohibition in the US

TAPE 1   

Track  1                                                                                                                                                

CD: FCRTR-115-1-A

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Growing up in Massachusetts; family life; moving to Constable; living conditions and housing; farming; religion; childhood education; dairy farming and hop; details of growing hops in Westville/Constable; work in the Adirondack Resorts; Paul Smiths Resort, NY.

Track 2   

CD: FCRTR-115-1-B

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Food and home preservation; home remedies; Constable businesses ca. 1900 and the economy; Prohibition and bootlegging out of Canada; religion; settling of French Huguenots out of Quebec; marriage and children.

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