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Mary Beth Tooley

Mary Beth Tooley, an employee for O’Hara Corporations from Lincolnville, ME, talks about the looming issue of bait shortage and how it is affecting O’Hara’s business, her personal life, and the well-being of her community.





Giulia Cardoso

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Natalie Springuel

Suggested citation: Tooley, Mary Bath Oral History Interview, March 2, 2019, by Galen Koch and Giulia Cardoso, Page #, Maine Sound & Story. Online: Insert URL (Last Accessed: Insert Date).


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