Available at

  • Hiram Town Office

  • Soldiers Memorial Library in Hiram 

  • By mail, add $4.00 postage & handling.

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Hiram Tales
Audio CD - $10

Preserving the voices of prominent men in Hiram, Maine’s past

 

- 1 Hour of Excerpts -

- “Introduction” by Roger Flint  (1:34)

Roger Flint remembers growing up in Hiram. Taken from “Hiram Stories by Roger Flint”

 

- “School Stories” by Raymond Cotton  (6:00)

Raymond Cotton remembers attending school in Hiram. Taken from “Raymond Cotton’s Reminiscences March 1982”

 

- “Fire of 1947” by Raymond Cotton  (31:20)

Raymond Cotton remembers fighting the fire of 1947.  Taken from “Stories of Hiram by Raymond Cotton #2”

 

- “Burned His Backhouse” by Raymond Cotton  (5:45)

Raymond Cotton relates a story from the Great Depression about an unfortunate new arrival in Hiram. Taken from “Hiram Characters: Facts & Fantasies by Raymond Cotton & Walter Twitchell 23 July 1983 HHS Open House”

 

- “Harvesting Ice at Hiram Creamery” by Walter Twitchell  (11:39)

Walter Twitchell recounts the process of ice harvesting. Taken from “Harvesting Ice at Hiram Creamery, W.G. Twitchell”

The mission of Hiram Historical Society is to collect, preserve and promote the heritage of Hiram, Maine

PO Box 105 for President Sally Williams or PO Box 35 for Treasurer Donna Ward

Hiram, Maine 04041