Item AAAB1509 - G.S. Andrews interview : [Flanderka, 1980]

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G.S. Andrews interview : [Flanderka, 1980]

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  • 1980-11-27 [date recorded] (Creation)

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SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Col. G.S. Andrews talks of his early education, experiences as a teacher, and survey work in BC PERIOD COVERED: 1920-1933 RECORDED: Victoria (B.C.), 1980-11-27 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: G.S. Andrews talks of his early schooling in Vancouver and problems encountered in obtaining admission to UBC. Teaching certificate obtained from Normal School. Early teaching experiences at ;Big Bar Creek. Description of travels to Kelly Lake and the establishment of the school at Kelly Lake. Teaching methods and memories of Kelly Lake school. TRACK 2: Andrews talks of his continuing educ;ation after four years of teaching. Toronto university and first year forestry. Reasons for entering forestry. Surveying as an undergraduate. Permanent employment in B.C. Forestry department. Recounts; the first time he used aerial photography. Survey methods before the advent of aerial photography. Report on Flathead forest. Tranquille and Naskonlith forest and use of aerial photos. Use of aerial ;photgraphy in the Shuswap forest. Bush River. The period prior to travelling to England to continue his education.;

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Glen Flanderka, 1980

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Reference cassette copy available in container 000443-076.

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Accession number(s): T1369

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speaker: Gerald Smedley Andrews, interviewer: Glen Flanderka

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