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Hussein A. Pirbhai interview
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- sound recording
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1972-11-23 [date recorded] (Creation)
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Transferred in 1974, at the time of the creation of the Aural History Programme, PABC; receipt filed 1982-11-02.
Scope and content
SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Hussein A. Pirbhai : Islmali businessman in Uganda and immigration to Canada PERIOD COVERED: 1930-1973 RECORDED: [location unknown], 1972-11-23 SUMMARY: Hussein A. Pirbhai (Rasool) was born in 1924 in Uganda and discusses his early life in Kampala, Uganda; his business achievements and resort to the commercial organizations of the Ismali community in ;East Africa. The crisis in Uganda and his immigration to Canada.;
Immediate source of acquisition
Reynoldston Research and Studies, 1974
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Reference cassette copy available in container 000443-010.
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No access restrictions apply.
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- Copying Restriction: None.
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- Copyright Status: RRAS copyright presumably transferred to BC Archives along with physical custody.
Accession number(s): T0116
speaker: Hussein A. Pirbhai, interviewer: Marlene Karnouk