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Harbours--British Columbia--Vancouver

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B.C. folio : Christmas carols and Salvation Army

SUMMARY: "BC Folio" was a weekly program featuring items of interest to BC listeners, including interviews with British Columbians of diverse backgrounds. "BC Folio" was broadcast from 1971 to 1976 on the Paci;fic Network, firs...

Barney Johnson interview

CALL NUMBER: T2101:0001 PERIOD COVERED: 1920-1950 RECORDED: [location unknown], 1976-05-28 SUMMARY: Barney Johnson was born in Vancouver. His father was a well known waterfront figure. Grandfather was manager of the Marble Bay Mine at Van Anda and...

Canada's Pacific gateway

Travelogue. "'Three score years ago, where Burrard Inlet dents the coastline of Canada, stood a tiny trading post. Today on this same site stands the Dominion's largest Pacific port and one of her greatest cities -- Vancouver. With...

Captain Lionel Douglas interview, [ca. 1962]

RECORDED: [location unknown], [1962 or earlier] SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Captain Douglas talks about his early years on the sea; his impression of the harbours in Vancouver and Steveston in 1897; a concert at Steveston; and the Klondike Gold Rush. He de...

Donald Peck interview

CALL NUMBER: T0398:0001 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Donald Wesley Peck RECORDED: [location unknown], 1961-04 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Captain Donald Peck discusses changes in Vancouver and its harbour. He begins in 1897 when his family lived at English Ba...

Harbour chaplain

SUMMARY: This episode, entitled "Harbour Chaplain", explores the role of harbour chaplains and their mission in the shipping industry. Features interviews with ships' crew members and chaplains in Vancouver.;

Herbert Watson interview

RECORDED: [location unknown], [ca. 1971] SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Bert Watson came to Vancouver from Manitoba in 1905, and started in the shoe business. At the time of this interview, he was still selling shoes at the age of eighty-two in White Rock. H...

In the daytime

Documentary. An impressionistic portrait of city life during a day off in the summertime, with poetic narration set opposite some very observant and intimate views of Vancouver and its inhabitants. These include numerous street scenes; departure ...

In the daytime : [1986 restored version]

Documentary. An impressionistic portrait of city life during a day off in the summertime, with poetic narration set opposite some very observant and intimate views of Vancouver and its inhabitants. These include numerous street scenes; departure ...

Canadian Filmmakers Distribution West

Marine holiday -- west coast style

Travelogue. Depicts a pleasure cruise by a family of three Vancouver sailors, 400 miles up the B.C. coast to the port of Prince Rupert. Includes footage of logging activity at Powell River and Kitimat; totem poles and an Indian cemetery [at Alert ...

Moving mountains

Industrial film. Highlights Island Tug & Barge Ltd.'s role in developing the ocean-going barge, including the conversion of four tankers into self-dumping log barges (which can also be used to transport other materials). Shows the 1962 la...

National Harbours Board

SUMMARY: Report by Bill Herbert, reporter, about: Vancouver Harbour and the National Harbours Board; with comments by A.E. McMaster (?), port manager and W.R. Mooney (?), chief signalman of the National Harbou;rs Board. Includes sounds from the ha...

No barriers : [out-takes]

Out-takes. The geographical barriers that once hindered progress in Canada, and the surmounting of those barriers by air travel. Filmed all across Canada (including Charlottetown, Montreal, Toronto and Uranium City), with staged sequences on the ...

Old Hastings Mill Store moved

Newsreel item? Documents the moving of the Hastings Mill Store from its original location in Burrard Inlet to the corner of Alma Street and Point Grey Road in Point Grey. The move was organized by the Native Daughters of British Columbia, Post 1,...

Pacific harvest

Industrial film. A survey of the Pacific coast fishing industry. Follows a commercial fishing vessel on a typical trip along the BC coast, and shows the various fishing methods used. Also includes footage of cannery operations, fish ladders at H...

Pacific harvest

Industrial film. A survey of the Pacific coast fishing industry. Follows a commercial fishing vessel on a typical trip along the BC coast, and shows the various fishing methods used. Also includes footage of cannery operations, fish ladders at H...

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