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Wicken, Sonia

Item is an interview of Sonia Wicken. Major topics addressed include Community life and the Dunbar Resident's Association. Interview conducted by Pam Chambers.

Betteridge, Jack [side 1]

Item component is side 1 of an interview of Jack Betteridge. Topics covered include: soccer in Dunbar, St. Georges school student life, World War II and the air force, Employment and Immigration Department and neighbourhood life. Interview conducted by Peggy Schofield.

Betteridge, Jack [side 2]

Item component is the continuation of an interview of Jack Betteridge. Topics covered include: soccer in Dunbar, St. Georges school student life, World War II and the air force, Employment and Immigration Department and neighbourhood life. Interview conducted by Peggy Schofield.

Bourque, Pat Bruegger, Willi [side 2]

Item component is the continuation of an interview of Pat Bourque and Willi Bruegger, architect. Recording starts and ends mid-conversation. Interview conducted by Peggy Schofield and [W. Jrabi?].

Bowman, Ed [side 2]

Item component is the continuation of an interview of Ed Bowman. The focus of the interview is transportation. Recording starts and ends mid-conversation. Interview conducted by Angus McIntyre.

Brown, May [side 1]

Item component is side 1 of an interview of May Brown. Interview covers many topics including: the fact that May was a Dunbar resident since 1949, the Neighbourhood, the fact that both May and her husband Lorne were physical education specialists, Camp Deka, Election to Parks Board, Election to City Council and TEAM, the new civic reform party. Lorne and May's service on many community boards and committees was also covered and the recently dedicated May and Lorne Brown Park. Interview conducted by Pam Chambers. Recording ends mid-conversation.

Brown, May [side 2]

Item component is the continuation of an interview of May Brown. Interview covers many topics including: the fact that May was a Dunbar resident since 1949, the Neighbourhood, the fact that both May and her husband Lorne were physical education specialists, Camp Deka, Election to Parks Board, Election to City Council and TEAM, the new civic reform party. Lorne and May's service on many community boards and committees was also covered and the recently dedicated May and Lorne Brown Park. Interview conducted by Pam Chambers. Recording ends mid-conversation.

Catherall, Hilda [side 2]

Item component is the continuation of an interview of Hilda Catherall. Interview conducted by Pam Chambers. Recording ends mid-conversation.

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.

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.

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.

Darcus, Jack [side 2]

Item component is the continuation of an interview with Jack Darcus. Topics covered in the interview include: Darcus's home in Dunbar Memorial Park field house, his careers as a painter, film maker, script writer and novelist. Interview also touches on his wife, Linda Ohama, a painter and filmmaker. Recording ends mid-conversatrion. Interview conducted by Pam Chambers.

DeJong, Laura [side 1]

Item component is side 1 of an interview of Laura DeJong. Interview conducted by Peggy Schofield. Recording ends mid-conversation.

DeJong, Laura [side 2]

Item component is the continuation of an interview of Laura DeJong. Interview conducted by Peggy Schofield. Recording ends mid-conversation.

Dougan, Terry [side 2]

Item component is the continuation of an interview with Terry Dougan and others. Side A the Dunbar interview with Terry Dougan ends at 35 min., another person starts talking with reference to SEBA, chemical engineering? Peggy can still be heard in the background in her office. End of tape is a CBC Opera program. Side B is not an interview with Terry Dougan. There is a female voice, with a British accent, speaking with Peggy Schofield and Pam Chambers regarding a Dunbar board meeting and a three year community cultural project. Interview of Terry Dougan conducted by Peggy Schofield.

Downs, Barry [tape 1, side 2]

Item component is a continuation of an interview of Barry Downs. Interview conducted by Imbi Harding and Peggy Schofield. Recording ends mid-conversation.

Dunn, Marion [side 1]

Item component is side 1 of an interview with Marion Dunn. Interview conducted by Peggy Schofield. Recording ends mid-conversation.

Dunn, Marion [side 2]

Item component is a continuation of an interview wiht Marion Dunn. Interview conducted by Peggy Schofield. Recording ends mid-conversation.

Fong, Linda Chan [side 1]

Item component is side 1 of an interview of Linda Chan Fong. Interview conducted by Peggy Schofield. Poor quality recording, voice capture is very low.

German, N.R. (Kathleen)

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.

Granstrom, Ivy

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.

Grant, Larry [side 1]

Item component is side 1 of an interview with Larry Grant. Interview conducted by Peggy Schofield at Musqueam Band Office. Recording starts and ends mid-conversation.

Grant, Larry [side 2]

Item component is the continuation of an interview with Larry Grant. Interview conducted by Peggy Schofield at Musqueam Band Office. Recording starts and ends mid-conversation.

Gray, John MacLachlan

Item is an interview with John MacLachlan Gray, writer. Interview topis include bicycle riding and neighbourhood trees. Interview conducted by Pam Chambers. Side B is blank.

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