Item AAAB5706 - Charles Doyle Reay interview

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Charles Doyle Reay interview

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AAAB5706

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  • 1983-12 [date recorded] (Creation)

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RECORDED: Jaffray (B.C.), 1983-12 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Recollections of Pete Lum, old Kootenay outfitter. Anton Rosicky. Doyle Reay started on Bull River, 1938. Territories on the Bull River, ca. 1948. Handled two hunters, twenty-six horses.; Camps and areas hunted. 1927 fire. CPR tote roads and logging camp at Tanglefoot, 1904 to 1927. Goat locations. Bull Valley one of the best overall game country. Donnaly Slide. Some more recent; outfitters noted. Ron Cullen was his wrangler. Trophy hunting. Various American clients. Fees. Problems climbing for a goat. Wounded grizzly story. TRACK 2: Majority of clients were no problem. Details on preparing heads and capes for taxidermy. Strategy for stretching the hunt. Sheep herding between Picture Butte, Alberta and Crowsnest Pass in the early days. Sold outfit to Harry Riddell. Jimmy White and Art Nicol were the oldest guides in the region. Martin Baher guided in Elk Valley. John Dvorak worked in Flathead Valley. Others, Jim and Buster Tegart, Jim Thompson, Buster St. Elio. Comparing past and present game populations. Never advertised. His wife did the books and correspondence.;

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Kreg O. Sky, 1984-02-02

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  • Partial transcript on file.
  • Reference cassette copy available in container 000443-292.

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Accession number(s): T4105

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speaker: Charles Doyle Reay, interviewer: Kreg O. Sky

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