Romantic summers at Poland Spring

James, Mary
August 1993
Yankee;Aug93, Vol. 57 Issue 8, p20
Relates the author's experience as a waitress at the Poland Spring House in Spring, Maine during vacations from school in the late 1940's. College students employment; Activities; Curfew; Romance; Marriage; Call to share memories.


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