Roger Mailhot Interview

Title

Roger Mailhot Interview

Authors

Don Dufour

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Description

Roger Mailhot (b. Lewiston, 1934) inherited Mailhot's Sausage Company from his father, Robert. Roger's grandfather, Eugene William "Willie" Mailhot began the business in 1910, having gotten his culinary experience working for Philippe Dupont in the Dupont Bakery in Auburn. Mailhot's Sausage continues to be well-known for traditional Franco-American meat products - boudin (blood sausage) and cretons (pork spread). In this interview, recorded April 22, 1994, Roger Mailhot talks to Don Dufour about his family business; its origins, his role at the company, and what he says for its future.

Duration

01:23:35

Document Type

Audio Recording

Identifier

2019.14.44

Publication Date

4-22-1994

City

New Auburn, Maine

Language

English

Keywords

Oral History, Franco-American Collection, University of Southern Maine

Comments

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Roger Mailhot Interview


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