Paul Jalbert Interview

Title

Paul Jalbert Interview

Authors

Sarah Bolduc

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Description

Paul Jalbert (b.1938 in Auburn, Maine) followed his father into barbering. Paul's father, Alfred ("Fred") Jalbert was a self-taught hair-cutter who owned and operated his own store in New Auburn for nearly 30 years. Alfred passed the business to his son before retiring after 57 years as a barber. Paul continued to operate "Fred's Hairstyler's" until 2001, when he sold the business to go into semi-retirement himself. In this interview, with Sara Bolduc - a distant relative - on April 26, 2006, talks with Paul about the business, his time in the armed forces during the Cold War, and his friends in St Louis' parish choir.

Duration

00:28:06

Document Type

Audio Recording

Identifier

2019.14.36

Publication Date

4-26-2006

City

New Auburn, Maine

Language

English

Keywords

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

Comments

The Franco-American Collection is one of the largest repositories of its kind in the North-East. The Collection contains tens of thousands of printed books, photographs, newspaper clippings and audio-visual recordings. Please review the Collection's Terms and Conditions regarding use of its material.

Paul Jalbert Interview


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