Item is an interview with N.R. German (Kathleen). Mrs N. R. German (Kathleen) and her late husband operated several gift shops in Vancouver area bwteen 1946-53. They also operated a lending library until Vancouver Public Library Dunbar Branch opened in 1950. Interview conducted by Pam Chambers. Side B is blank.
Item is an interview with Ivy Granstrom, blind competative runner and swimmer. Granstrom was born Sept 28,1911, Glace Bay, N.S. She was an avid Polar Bear swimmer. Interview conducted by Peggy Schofield.
Item is an interview of Bob Jones. Interview conducted by Peggy Schofield. Recording ends mid-conversation. Knocking and clicking noises are from the microphone being moved and hit during original recording.
Item is an interview with Lori-ann Latremouille, artist and Angus Bungay, sculptor and animator. Latremouille talks about Dunbar schools and her Immaculate Conception Convent memories. She also talks about her teacher Lorraine Vezeau, the fact that her art skills were mainly self-taught, and she was self supporting from early age. Bungay grew up in U.K. and lived all over due to the foreign postings of a military father, he was trained in graphic arts, visiting Vancouver in 1991, he met and married Lori and has been settled here ever since. Interview conducted by Pam Chambers.
Item is an interview of Thelma Reid Lower. Topic covered include the Parent Teacher Association at Kerrisdale and the Annex Campaign for a Home Economics Department at UBC. Lower also talks about the Couples Club, Victoria Gardens, and [Philomel] Ladies Chair. Interview conducted by Pam Chambers. Recording starts and ends mid-conversation.
Item is an interview with James M. Malkin. Malkin lived at Blenheim and Marine Drive, across from Mole farm. His Father was in business and his Mother encouraged music, his sister Ursula is a concert pianist. Interview conducted by Pam Chambers. Side B is blank.
Item is an interview with Roz Marshall. Interview follows Marshall's life from her early life in the Middle East to her studies in Canada and elsewhere. The interview also covers her life as a woman artist raising children and teaching art, especially the effect of art on young children. The interview concludes with her present independent career and touches on her old home in Kerrisdale. Interview conducted by Pam Chambers. Poor quality recording.
Item is an interview of Susan A. Point. Interview includes a walk through the studio, her school and family life. There is an audible change in pitch throughout recording; this could be tape damage or on initial recording. Interview conducted by Pam Chambers.