Mary Waring Moran

Mary Waring Moran

An Excerpt from an Oral History Interview with Tom Moran

An Excerpt from an Oral History Interview with Sarah Bullock Desjardins

An Excerpt from an Oral History Interview with Tom Moran

[In] the basement of our house, my mother had an operation for handling the big boxes of eggs that she would ship out. They’re about three feet by two feet by two feet. Pretty good-sized boxes.

[…]

My mother bought [the South Field[ for my father in 1948.

Based on an oral history interview with Tom Moran.

First published in “Remembering Adamsville” by the Little Compton Historical Society, 2013.

An Excerpt from an Oral History Interview with Sarah Bullock Desjardins

We would go to the dances at the Acoaxet Club with our parents. It was totally multigenerational. You would get the number of your parents’ bottle of booze—they had no liquor license so everybody brought their own bottle—and start ordering drinks off your parents’ bottles. Tom Moran’s mother and father would come, and she would always say she was drinking iced tea, Mary Moran, who was an absolute riot, but we knew better.

Based on an oral history interview with Sarah Bullock Desjardins.

First published in “Remembering Adamsville” by the Little Compton Historical Society, 2013.

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