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Maine's Mid-Century Moment Virtual Events - Shared screen with speaker view
Lisa Simpson Lutts
01:15:52
Great presentations both of you!
Lisa Simpson Lutts
01:16:58
Did she have local people helping her keep up the houses?
Holly Azevedo
01:19:56
What is the current status of the biography? This will be a fascinating read!
Andrea Greenwood
01:20:59
Nancy Mairs, who wrote the afterword to The Little Locksmith, called her memoir "remembering the Bone House" -- the body as a home. I wondered if KBH was able to use her actual houses as a way to bring her personality to life on a scale that her physical body didn't allow. Her houses were big and prominent in a way that was unexpected and the opposite of how she appeared.
Karen Johnson
01:26:41
Is there much known about the house in Salem where she lived as a child? Photos? Is it still there?
Karen Johnson
01:28:13
Is there a link for the Tony Butler interview?
Lisa Simpson Lutts
01:29:53
Here is the link to the Historical Society interview http://www.castinehistoricalsociety.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/Visitor-Spring-2007.pdf
Jayne Whiteside
01:30:02
How is this book incorporated into disabilities readings today relating to Pott;s disease (tb) but also other disabilities that she did not have? Also, what are important aspects relating to feminism today?
Andrea Greenwood
01:44:02
Thank you so much, this was fantastic!
John Broadwell
01:44:17
Thank you for the fascinating talk!!