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Mollie Thompson interview

The item consists of an audio interview with Mollie Thompson recorded in Victoria, B.C. on August 10, 1984.

Tape summary:
Track 1: Mollie Thompson came with her mother and 3 siblings to Canada from England in 1921. Arrived at Montreal and took the train across Canada to Duncan. Family lived with Mollie's grandmother in Duncan but within a year her mother remarried and they moved to the Kootenays. Lived there until 1925. Describes her grandmother's home in Duncan. Mother had a car so they could get around in the isolated Kootenays. Moved back to Duncan, mother didn't think that the Kootenays were a safe place for a teenage girl to grow up. Relates some of her school experiences. Took domestic science in Duncan prior to moving to the Kootenays.

Track 2: Continues her talk about domestic science. Talks about her role as a woman. Only went to high school for 18 months until she got a full time job at a Catholic girls' school in Duncan. She married in 1926.

Frank Mottishaw interview

CALL NUMBER: T2354:0001 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Industrial first aid in BC RECORDED: [location unknown], 1976-03-02 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Early personal history; 1914 to 1929 lived in Nanaimo; went to Princeton to work in the coal mines; description of working there; 1935, went to Bridge River Valley above Lillooet; in 1937, came down to Duncan for a while, and left for Princeton again; back to Kamloops to work at Windpass Mine, a gold mine; some details of the life in each of these places; work camps and the Depression; uses of mules in the mines; went to work in Industrial Timber Mills for seven months on Vancouver Island; requirements for industrial first aid attendant at the time Mr. Mottishaw was in it at Windpass Mine; some accidents at Windpass; went to Zeballos in 1939 and worked as a first aid attendant; description of life and what he did there. TRACK 2: More description of Zeballos; the miners that were there; how the community lived; medical services available during the time he lived on Vancouver Island; "Thomas Crosby" one of the boats; Shantymen's Christian Association Hospital at Esperanza; Dr. R. D. McLean; Dr. Sharpe, Dr. Lewison; problems of delivering heath care; Reverend McLean's son drowned; communication and transportation; marriage in 1940; leaves Zeballos a few years later, around 1945; works as a first aid attendant at Kelly Douglas Distributors for one year; goes to work in foundry. CALL NUMBER: T2354:0002 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Industrial first aid in BC RECORDED: [location unknown], 1976-03-02 SUMMARY: TRACK !: Foundry business in New Westminster working for four years; active in the Industrial First Aid Attendants' Association; December 1947 went with forest first aid; history of industrial first aid; starts 1932; late 1800s first, first aid committee formed to update workers' first aid program; composed 50% each of Workers Compensation Board and St. John's first aid; problem of getting a textbook and trying to arrange a program for mass interest; instructor exams come into being; Dr. Salsbury writes first industrial first aid book; a collective text begins on the revision; joins the WCB in 1943; becomes an official examiner; new book being written under auspices of BCB; first first aid; St. John Ambulance, 1964 to 1969; basis of change reviewed; how first aid training progresses and how they are graded; 1959 first instructors course. TRACK 2: Numbers of people changed; Sloan Commission discussed; oxygen therapy becomes adopted into industrial first aid; Tysoe report discussed; this gave WCB the authority to pass rules and laws concerning industry; problems faced by the WCB in trying for form rules and get authority; new areas being used to get industrial first aid across to the public. CALL NUMBER: T2354:0003 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Industrial first aid in BC RECORDED: [location unknown], 1976-03-02 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Discussion of the reasons for updating information for the masses and the hopes of using modern media for teaching. [TRACK 2: blank.]

Whatsoever a man soweth : [short version]

Industrial film. A prologue on the historical background and importance of logging in B.C. leads into discussion of forest management principles and forestry techniques. Scenes include the B.C. Forest Service nursery at Duncan; tree planting and thinning; and logging.

Whatsoever a man soweth : [long version]

Industrial film. A prologue on the historical background and importance of logging in B.C. leads into discussion of forest management principles and forestry techniques. Scenes include the B.C. Forest Service nursery at Duncan; tree planting and thinning; and logging.

Daylight in the swamp

Documentary. The "glory days" of logging in B.C. are evoked through dramatized sequences, archival footage and photographs, oral history interviews with old-time loggers, and historical re-creations filmed at the Cowichan Valley Forest Museum. The latter scenes feature vintage equipment, including a steam locomotive and steam donkey. The nature of the pioneer logger's life, and the impact of technological change upon that way of life, are also discussed. In one sequence, an old-time high-rigger climbs and tops a spar tree.

[Duncan demonstration]

News item. IWA is on strike for better wages and working conditions. CUPE Local 606 supports the IWA. Rally includes elementary school children. Placards read: "Get back to the bargaining table"; "Why stay if you don't like the pay?"; "Help the needy not the greedy". CUPE's support of the IWA is keeping children out of school -- some parents object.

[CHEK-TV news film -- December 1979 and January-August 1980]

Stock shots. 1. Flood scenes - houses awash, roads washed out, etc. 2. Seaspan's Santa in the Inner Harbour. 3. More floods and washouts. 4. CUPE Local 727 on strike in a flood. 5. Snowstorm - car wrecks and toboggans. 6. Small oil spill? Divers. 7. Premier Bill Bennett and unidentified woman [Bella Abzug?]. 8. More flood footage. 9. CPR train wreck. 10. Flotsam and jetsam on the beach. Clean-up. 11. Burst pipes in Chinatown. 12. Nuns demonstrating. 13. Fire - good action shots. 14. BC Hydro pickets. 15. Glenshiel Hotel - seniors demonstrating. 16. Student rally against tuition increase. 17. Demonstration in front of the Legislature. 18. Royal visit - [given the date, probably Princess Alexandra]. 19. Lambrick Park Secondary - vandalism. 20. Sooke Forest Products. 21. Reception - Prince Charles and Grace McCarthy. 22. Damaged aircraft - light planes. 23. Airport arrival [of ?]. 24. Satellite dish at Legislature. 25. Fernwood News. 26. Fire at the British Columbia Provincial Museum. 27. Village Green Inn in Duncan. Police artist sketches. 28. Airport arrival - [state visit?]. 29. "The Daily Colonist" shuts down. 1858-1980. The last issue. 30. Moving a house through city streets. Saanichton School. 31. A satellite dish or telescope [?] on the Legislature lawn.

[Island connection]

News footage. An (uncompleted?) TV news feature examining the pros and cons of a proposed fixed link between Vancouver Island and the Mainland. Includes interviews with Vancouver Island residents who support or oppose the plan. Includes footage of Victoria and other Vancouver Island communities; Strait of Georgia ferries (including jetfoils); and interview with Sam Bawlf, Mel Couvelier, Nanaimo mayor Frank Ney, Dr. Patrick McGeer, and others.

Lists of monument inscriptions

Lists of monument inscriptions from St. Mary's Anglican Cemetery (Somenos Road, Duncan); monument inscriptions from All Saints Church (Westholme); record of headstones at Pioneer Methodist Cemetery (Maple Bay).

Cowichan Valley Genealogical Society

Cowichan Historical Society records

Minutes, 1930-1936; accounts, 1929-1932; correspondence, 1928-1938; papers read at the Society's meetings, 1931-1934. Papers acquired by the Society, including records of the Cowichan Pioneer Society, 1887-1889, the Cowichan Literary Institute, 1893-1909, and a subscription list in aid of a celebration on the Diamond Jubilee, 1897.

Cowichan Agricultural Society records

The Cowichan, Saltspring and Chemainus Agricultural Society was established in 1868. By 1910, the Society was known as the Cowichan Agricultural Society. It became the Cowichan Agricultural Society and Farmers' Institute before it disbanded in 1956.

Records include: minutes, 1868-1875, 1909-1960; account books; correspondence,1927-1959; and papers relating to property and exhibitions.

Cowichan Agricultural Society and Farmers' Institute

John Corfield papers

John Frederick Corfield was born in 1884 in South Cowichan and died in Victoria in 1978. He pursued a number of different careers, including, draughtsman, salesman, and resort operator. During his lifetime, he operated the Deep Cove Resort (North Vancouver), Shoal Harbour Marine Service (Sidney), and the French Creek Lodge (Parksville).

Records include documents regarding his apprenticeship in San Francisco; army service in Palestine, 1917-1919; a letter from Robert Service, 1940; a letter to his brother Herbert from A.E. Robinson regarding the Corfield Athletic Club; and a Corfield farm ledger, 1883-1884. Photograph collection, mainly of Deep Cove (North Vancouver), Shoal Bay (Sidney) and Duncan area, transferred to Visual Records accession 197905-17.

Published material transferred to the BC Archives library: "Sub-division of Corfield Farm, Cowichan Bay, Vancouver Island" (16 pages) Rotary Club of Vancouver, [Bulletin], number 42, 18 Feb 1921 Mutter, Jean, "Mud-Pup : a sequence in light verse" printed by Diggon-Hibben, Victoria, BC (2 copies) Lynn Valley Lodge number 122, Lynn Creek, BC, A.F. and A.M., B.C.R. (Announcement of meeting], 31 Aug 1945.

Correspondence

Letters, 1901, 1903-1904, written to his mother and sister in Duncan, from California, Arizona, Texas, the St. Louis Worlds Fair, Toronto and Winnipeg; diary, 1904, of work in Arizona, and trip to St. Louis and across Canada to Duncan. Prevost worked as a mine labourer, and on a dredge in San Pedro.

[Summer 1936: English public school boys tour; Vancouver Air Show; Lord Tweedsmuir visit]

Amateur film. 3-6 June 1936: English public school boys (mainly from Harrow) visit the Hillcrest Lumber company plant near Duncan, the Todd Fish Traps at Sooke, the dam and BC Electric powerhouse at Jordan River, and Butchart Gardens. 1 August 1936: A visit to the Vancouver Air Show, including flights to and from Vancouver; parachuting demonstrations by George Bennett of Hamilton, Ontario; shots of small aircraft, a Lockheed Electra airliner, stunting by a glider, and skywriting; an RCMP Musical Ride performance; aerial view of the "Empress of Asia"; aerial views of Victoria. 17 August 1936: The Governor-General, Lord Tweedsmuir, inspects a Guard of honour from the 16th Canadian Scottish at the Parliament Buildings.

King's Daughters' Hospital (Duncan) records

Minutes, Board of Directors, 1915-1959; minutes of annual general meetings, 1931-1951; reports of Matron to House Committee, 1923-1931; annual reports, 1947-1981 (some missing); patients' record book, 1927-1933.

King's Daughters' Hospital was built in Duncan, B.C., in 1910, by the local Order of King's Daughters. Administration of the hospital was taken over by the Cowichan District Hospital Association in 1931, and the original building was replaced in 1967. The records consist of minutes of the Board of Directors, of annual general meetings, reports of the matron to the House Committee, annual reports and a patients record book of the hospital.

King's Daughters' Hospital (Duncan, B.C.)

Maitland-Dougall, James St. Leger. Victoria, Hazelton; Policeman, Magistrate, Government Agent.

Daily diaries kept by Maitland-Dougall as Chief Constable at Duncan, August 1, 1892 - January 31, 1897, and at Hazelton Police District, August 10, 1909 - May 8, 1911 (folders 1 and 2); notebooks kept as Stipendiary Magistrate, Duncan, October 25, 1916 - August 20;, 1923, August 21, 1923 - December 14, 1926, and June 11, 1931 - March 19, 1932 (folders 3-5). Loose correspondence and clippings re Maitland-Dougall's retirement removed from folder 5 and filed in folder 6 with loose material such as reports, correspondence and tailor's bill removed from other folders. Commissions as Police Magistrate, Cumberland, and Stipendiary Magistrate, Counties of Nanaimo and Victoria, (folder 7).

Presented by R.S. Bayne, Victoria, 1985.

Maitland-Dougall, James

Sir Philip and Lady Livingston interview

CALL NUMBER: T0845:0001 RECORDED: [location unknown], 1965-10-07 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Sir Philip Livingston recalls how his father [Clement Livingston] came to the Cowichan Valley in 1890; the family's home; game in the Cowichan Valley; Mount Sicker Copper Mine; Cowichan Valley Tennis Club; sports; doctors; schooling; childhood adventures; Tyee Copper Company; his career in medicine; the Livingston farm, Clevelands; transportation; their Chinese servant; weather; community life; "mud pups", remittance men; Maitland-Dougall; and Corfield family. TRACK 2: Sir Livingston continues with his recollections of the Corfield family; Robert Service; "mud pups"; social life; East Indians; Indians; Father Rondeault and the Stone Church; Mariner family; Indian living conditions; Quamichan Lake Private School.;

CALL NUMBER: T0845:0002 RECORDED: [location unknown], 1965-10-07 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Sir Livingston talks about his school life; World War I; P.T. Scrimshaw; life in Duncan; "long stocking period"; settlement at Cowichan Bay; the "Clallam" disaster; Maple Bay; Mount Sicker Mine; Tyee Copper Company.; Sir Livingston's father, Clement Livingston; Crofton; Quamichan Lake; Somenos Lake; Shawnigan Lake; and Cobble Hill. [TRACK 2: blank.]

H.V. "Paddy" Acland interview

CALL NUMBER: T1085:0001 RECORDED: [location unknown], 1964-11-12 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Mr. Paddy Acland remembers a few anecdotes about hunting and hiking in the BC interior. He explains how he came out to British Columbia from England after serving with the British Army duri;ng the Boer War. He describes expectations of life in BC and offers comments on the background of his father, John Acland. He arrived in BC in 1908; he describes the appearance of Summerland. He discusses his first jobs in the Okanagan; building his first log cabin; an anecdote about digging a basement for "Old Johnson"; buying and pre empting land in the Okanagan. TRACK 2: Paddy Acland describes the development of his own property near Eneas Lake between Peachland and Summerland. He discusses his first impressions of the Okanagan Valley, coming into it via train and boat. He describes ;the sternwheeler "Aberdeen"; labouring for a tobacco farmer in Kelowna; working for a dairy farmer, the meanest man Mr. Acland had ever met; comments on another employer, named "Fluffy" Williston. Mr. Acland offers further comments on British immigrants who came to the Okanagan during this era.

CALL NUMBER: T1085:0002 RECORDED: [location unknown], 1964-11-12 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Paddy Acland mentions his first jobs in the Okanagan, including lumber sorting and surveying. Mr. Acland returned to England for two months, and then returned to the Okanagan. He offers an; anecdote about a man being thrown into Lake Okanagan with all of his belongings, for making a pass at a local girl, and the "rough" justice of the era. More anecdotes about promiscuity between wives; of landed settlers and hired working men. Mr. Acland discusses his marriage to a girl from Summerland, and a digression on the different types of English immigrants, including the class that settled; in Vernon during the early decades of the century, which he found snobbish and pretentious. He describes the mixture of settlers in Kelowna during this era. TRACK 2: Mr. Acland offers comments about the Edgelow family of Kelowna, particularly Mrs. Edgelow, who delighted in shocking Kelowna residents prior to World War I. He comments on the background of the Acland family and offers anecdotes ;about his mother-in-law, Mrs. Hutton of Kelowna, an ardent Catholic convert who often entertained in her large home. He tells a story about an English orchardist who planted his trees upside down, an;d describes dances and social activities in the Okanagan Valley during this era. He describes the growth and development of Summerland during its early years and reflects upon the different currents ;of immigrants and settlers which have made up the fabric of Canadian society.

CALL NUMBER: T1085:0003 RECORDED: [location unknown], 1964-11-12 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Paddy Acland discusses some early Okanagan Valley residents. He admits that he joined the Baptist church choir to meet young and single women. He discusses relations with the Indians in the reserve near Summerland; the story of Sam McGee; comments on how the capital of early settlers was used and misused; a recollection of J.M. Robinson; comments on the Manitoba farmers induced to come; to the Okanagan Valley by Robinson; comments on how young men made a living in the Okanagan during this era; a story about the fortunes of three young working men; and comments on the Dominion Experimental Farm at Summerland. TRACK 2: Mr. Acland recalls several characters at Cobble Hill, Duncan, and offers a comparison between Vancouver Island and the Okanagan Valley during the early years of t;he century. He discusses personalities and experiences at Thetis Island; then he tells a story about two young men who shot a policeman in the Okanagan Valley, and were hunted by posses throughout the valley. More comments on English settlers; the story of the Belleview Hotel; anecdotes about the antics at the Belleview Hotel, and a physical description of the hotel.;

CALL NUMBER: T1085:0004 RECORDED: [location unknown], 1964-11-12 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Paddy Acland retraces early working experiences and life in the Okanagan Valley. He describes Okanagan Falls around the time of the First World War; the town of Kaleden; a story about Tom E;llis; stories about rattlesnakes; a story about competing in the long jump against an Indian at Penticton; comments about Penticton and Naramata; a description of Peachland; comments about settlements; on the west side of Okanagan Lake; J.C. Dun-Waters and the building of Fintry; dairy farming; comments about the simple funerals of several wealthy Okanagan residents; and an anecdote about the funeral of Matt Wilson. TRACK 2: Mr. Acland recalls his service with a military regiment in the Okanagan Valley; organizational and disciplinary problems with the Okanagan military regiment; military stories and training with different military regiments in BC and eastern Canada.;

CALL NUMBER: T1085:0005 RECORDED: [location unknown], 1964-11-12 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Paddy Acland discusses military training and service overseas with a Canadian battalion during the First World War. He offers further recollections of aspects of military training in British Columbia. TRACK 2: Mr. Acland tells a story of bear hunting behind his homestead with a local Indian. He describes his service as a government weed inspector along Lake Okanagan, and tells a story; about entry into the military. He comments about training in the Okanagan and he traces his military career.

CALL NUMBER: T1085:0006 RECORDED: [location unknown], 1964-11-12 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Paddy Acland discusses further aspects of his military experience overseas during World War I. TRACK 2: Mr. Acland offers recollections about flying aircraft and training pilots during World War I; returning to the Okanagan Valley after the war; a story about losing his land after the war, and serving as a manager at the Eldorado ranch. Finally, he discusses hard times.

Letters

The series consists of letters describing life at the Prince of Wales Fairbridge Farm School on Vancouver Island (Cowichan Station) in the 1940s. Consists of letters written to family, friends and colleagues by Mary Lenore Nichols, and some received by her, while teaching at the school from 1943 to 1948.

Duncan Supreme Court probate cause books

  • GR-3857
  • Series
  • 1940-1979

This series consists of probate cause books from the Supreme Court of Duncan, 1940-1979.

British Columbia. Supreme Court (Duncan)

Duncan Supreme Court cause books

  • GR-3850
  • Series
  • 1937-1976

This series consists of cause books from the Supreme Court of Duncan from 1937-1976. The books include divorce, adoption and other civil matters.

British Columbia. Supreme Court (Duncan)

Duncan County Court plaint and procedure books

  • GR-3842
  • Series
  • 1902-1984

The series consists of plaint and procedure books from the County Court of Duncan, from 1902 to 1976. Each volume includes an index. Only the indexes for volumes 9, 10, 13-17 were transferred to the archives. Volumes 4 and 12, and their indexes, were not transferred to the archives.

The plaint and procedure books primarily include civil and small claims matters, as well as some appeals, liens and criminal cases, including those tried under the Speedy Trials Act. Earlier volumes may include partnership declarations and naturalization records. Volumes covering the years 1911 to 1934 include bylaws for the city of Duncan. There is also one index of builder’s liens for 1940-1984.

British Columbia. County Court (Duncan)

Duncan Supreme Court wills

  • GR-3731
  • Series
  • 1986-1998

The series consists of original wills maintained by the Supreme Court in Duncan. The wills were probated between 1986 and 1998, and relate to probate records in GR-2997. Not all probate records have an accompanying will. Wills are arranged by probate number. A nominal index providing an individual’s name and file number can be found in GR-2997.

Researchers should note that 1995 and 1997 have very few wills, and that there are no wills at all for 1996. The archivist suspects that these have not yet been transferred, and may still be in the custody of the court registry.

British Columbia. Supreme Court (Duncan)

Duncan Supreme Court civil orders

  • GR-3712
  • Series
  • 1950-2002

The series consists of civil orders created in the Supreme Court in Duncan between 1950 and 2002. Orders are a formal expression of the court’s will, and orders in this series cover a variety of issues, including adoption and divorce.

The series is arranged by volume, and then by folio. From volumes 1 to 48, the volume and folio numbers are provided on the records themselves. After volume 48, this information is not always provided. Sometimes the records bear file numbers which appear to be sequential and which restart every year. Sometimes even these numbers are not listed on the records and the only way to identify them is by filing date.
The dates listed in the file list are derived from the date on which the order was filed. Although the filing date for the majority of the records corresponds closely to when the order was issued, this is not always the case, and there are instances in which orders were filed months after being issued.

Originally the majority of the files were arranged in binders based on volume number. If an index existed for the volume, it would be placed in the front of the binder. For space and preservation reasons, the records have been removed from the binders and placed in acid-free folders. Records from binders tend to span two folders, which are linked by volume number. The first of the two binders will house the index for the entire volume, if one was included.

British Columbia. Supreme Court (Duncan)

Dave Barrett : [1975 election campaign - November 3-29, 1975]

CALL NUMBER: T1704:0062 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Dave Barrett: Election call RECORDED: [location unknown], 1975-11-03 SUMMARY: Premier David Barrett calls 1975 general election, 3 November 1975.; CALL NUMBER: T1704:0063 - 0064 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Dave Barrett: Campaign speech RECORDED: Clinton (B.C.), 1975-11-12 SUMMARY: Premier David Barrett campaign speech, Clinton, 12 November 1975 (part 1 & 2).; CALL NUMBER: T1704:0065 - 0066 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Dave Barrett: Campaign speech RECORDED: Merritt (B.C.), 1975-11-13 SUMMARY: Premier David Barrett, campaign speech, Merritt, 13 November 1975 (part 1 & 2).; CALL NUMBER: T1704:0067 - 0068 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Dave Barrett: Campaign speech RECORDED: Duncan (B.C.), 1975-11-17 SUMMARY: Premier David Barrett, campaign speech, Duncan, 17 November 1975 (part 1 & 2).; CALL NUMBER: T1704:0069 - 0070 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Dave Barrett: Campaign speech RECORDED: Fort St. John (B.C.), 1975-11-18 SUMMARY: Premier David Barrett, campaign speech, Fort St. John, 18 November 1975 (part 1 & 2).; CALL NUMBER: T1704:0071 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Dave Barrett: Campaign speech RECORDED: Mackenzie (B.C.), 1975-11-19 SUMMARY: Premier David Barrett, campaign speech, Mackenzie, 19 November 1975.; CALL NUMBER: T1704:0072 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Dave Barrett: Announcement of Northern Railway development programme RECORDED: Terrace (B.C.), 1975-11-20 SUMMARY: Announcement of northern railway development program, Terrace, 20 November 1975; includes comments by Gary Lauk and Graham Lea.; CALL NUMBER: T1704:0073 - 0074 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Dave Barrett: Campaign speech RECORDED: Kitimat (B.C.), 1975-11-20 SUMMARY: Premier David Barrett, campaign speech, Kitimat, 20 November 1975 (part 1 & 2).; CALL NUMBER: T1704:0075 - 0076 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Dave Barrett: Campaign speech RECORDED: Prince Rupert (B.C.), 1975-11-21 SUMMARY: Premier David Barrett, campaign speech, Prince Rupert, 21 November 1975 (part 1 & 2).; CALL NUMBER: T1704:0077 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Dave Barrett: Campaign speech RECORDED: Castlegar (B.C.), 1975-11-24 SUMMARY: Premier David Barrett, campaign speech, Castlegar, 24 November 1975.; CALL NUMBER: T1704:0078 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Dave Barrett: Campaign speech RECORDED: Castlegar (B.C.), 1975-11-25 SUMMARY: Premier David Barrett, campaign speech, Castlegar, 25 November 1975.; CALL NUMBER: T1704:0079 - 0080 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Dave Barrett: Campaign speech RECORDED: Nelson (B.C.), 1975-11-25 SUMMARY: Premier David Barrett, campaign speech, Nelson, 25 November 1975 (part 1 & 2).; CALL NUMBER: T1704:0081 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Dave Barrett: Campaign speech RECORDED: Powell River (B.C.), 1975-11-26 SUMMARY: Premier David Barrett, campaign speech, Powell River, 26 November 1975.; CALL NUMBER: T1704:0082 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Dave Barrett: Campaign speech RECORDED: Campbell River (B.C.), 1975-11-27 SUMMARY: Premier David Barrett, campaign speech, Campbell River, 27 November 1975.; CALL NUMBER: T1704:0083 - 0084 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Dave Barrett: Interview by Vancouver Province RECORDED: Campbell River (B.C.), 1975-11-27 SUMMARY: Premier David Barrett is interviewed by Vancouver Province reporters Alex Young and Bob McMurray, Campbell River, 27 November 1975 (part 1 & 2).; CALL NUMBER: T1704:0085 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Dave Barrett: Campaign speech RECORDED: Vancouver (B.C.), 1975-11-28 SUMMARY: Premier David Barrett campaign speech, Vancouver, 28 November 1975.; CALL NUMBER: T1704:0086 - 0087 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Dave Barrett: Campaign speech RECORDED: Victoria (B.C.), 1975-11-29 SUMMARY: Premier David Barrett campaign speech, Victoria, 29 November 1975 (part 1 & 2).;

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