Voice of the North Woods

Collins, J.
June 1991
Yankee;Jun91, Vol. 55 Issue 6, p118
Profiles Connie Judkins, the voice of Folsom's Air Service's radio in the North Country of Maine that links isolated areas of Maine. Other duties at Folsom's; Original radio links to outside world; Links to and between commercial sporting camps;Reasons Judkins remains in the isolated North Country.


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