Madeline Leblanc is a lifelong resident of Lewiston, Maine. In this interview, she speaks on Lewiston’s history, and the contrast between how the town used to look, versus how it looks now. She reveals information concerning her heritage as well, explaining her family’s migration from Canada to Maine. Leblanc also touches on the careers of her and her family, her father working in a mill, her mother a stitcher, her husband a weaver, and her own self a “battery hand” before becoming a weaver as well. She also touches on her experiences with a union, and her general life interests.