A Refuge Remembered
62, 64, 66, 68, 70, 72
The history of the author's Kennebunkport home, a barn refurbished as living quarters. Details the progress of the barn, on land once known as "Freedom Farm," from the property of an invalided dairy farmer to the refuge of twenty-eight Eastern European displaced persons after World War II, including Zbig Kurlanski, a refugee from Russia who came to the farm at the age of 4 with his mother and brothers, and is now the author's neighbor.
Burns, Bridget M., "A Refuge Remembered" (2022). Maine News Index - Down East Magazine. 5799.