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Chambers, Pam [side 1]

Item component is side 1 of an interview of Pam Chambers. Interview conducted by Peggy Schofield. Recording starts and ends mid-conversation.

Chambers, Pam [side 2]

Item component is the continuation of an interview of Pam Chambers. Interview conducted by Peggy Schofield. Recording starts and ends mid-conversation.

Chan, Eddie [side 1]

Item component is side 1 of an interview of Eddie Chan. Interview conducted by Peggy Schofield. Recording ends mid-conversation. Side B is blank.

Charles, Andrew [side 1]

Item component is side 1 of an interview of Andrew Charles, Musqueam Band Manager. Also Present at the interview was: Vivien Clarke, asking about religion, and Larissa Grant of the Band Office. Interview conducted by Peggy Schofield.

Charles, Andrew [side 2]

Item component is side 2 and the continuation of an interview of Andrew Charles, Musqueam Band Manager. Also Present at the interview was: Vivien Clarke, asking about religion, and Larissa Grant of the Band Office. Interview conducted by Peggy Schofield.

Civil defence plans in Vancouver area

Item is an audio reel containing a recording of a discussion regarding civil defense plans in the Vancouver area during General Hatton's visit. Officials discuss Vancouver civil defense and evacuation plans in in time of nuclear attack.

Claridge, Marg [side 1]

Item is an interview of Marg Claridge. Recording ends mid-conversation. Interview conducted by Imbi Harding and Peggy Schofield. Poor quality recording, hissing noise in background.

Claridge, Marg [side 2]

Item is the continuation of an interview of Marg Claridge. Recording ends mid-conversation. Interview conducted by Imbi Harding and Peggy Schofield. Poor quality recording, hissing noise in background.

Coghill, Joy [side 1]

Item component is side 1 of an interview of Joy Coghill. Coghill talk about many things including: her early life in Saskatchewan and Scotland, the move to British Columbia, her school and university education, the move to Chicago for drama training, the move to Dunbar followed by marriage, and the founding of Holiday Theatre. The Holiday Theatre was the first professional theatre for children, and was located at Dunbar Street and 18th Street, at Dunbar Community Centre, she toured Holiday theatre through British Columbia and Canada. Coghill talked about her lifetime in theatre; she is now involved in "Western Gold" the first professional theatre for seniors, also commenting on art philosophies. Interview conducted by Pam Chambers. Side B is blank.

Cornish, Stan [tape 2, side 1]

Item component is side 1 of an interview of a UBC professor of engineering. Side 2 is continuation of interview with Stan Cornish. Interview conducted by [?].

Cowan, Pat [side 1]

Item component is side 1 of an interview with Pat Cowan. Interview conducted by [?]. Recording starts and ends mid-conversation.

Cowan, Pat [side 2]

Item component is the continuation of an interview with Pat Cowan. Interview conducted by [?]. Recording starts and ends mid-conversation.

Cowley, Jacqueline [side 2]

Item component is the continuation of an interview with Jacqueline Cowley. Interview conducted by [?]. Interview ends mid-conversation.

Dalla Lana, Fred [side 2]

Item component is the continuation of an interview with Lana and Fred Dalla. Interview conducted by Peggy Schofield, Imbi Harding, and June Binkert.

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