Libraries--British Columbia--Vancouver

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City hall report, [1979?]-05-02 : [audio clips]

SUMMARY: Topics covered are: Sunday closings; library hours; Gypsy moth spraying. Speakers are: Doug Little, George Puil, Anne Diano, speaker for Vancouver Public Library Staff Association; Doug Little, Warnet;t Kennedy; George Puil; Harry Rankin;...

Elsie Beeman interview

CALL NUMBER: T1334:0001 RECORDED: [location unknown], [1965?] SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Mrs. Beeman describes her family's arrival in Vancouver in 1889; early impressions; appearance of the city; Christ Church Cathedral; Dominion Day races; family h...

Gilbert W. Hall interview

RECORDED: [location unknown], 1961-04-06 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Lieutenant Colonel Gilbert W. Hall, who took over control of the Bursill Institute in the 1920s, describes the activities of the institute and its founder, J. Francis Bursill. Colonel Hal...

Living memory : Vancouver : J.F. Bursill, part 2

SUMMARY: "Vancouver: J.F. Bursill, part 2" is the eleventh episode in the series. The remarkable journalist and character J. Francis Bursill, who came to Vancouver in 1908, is recalled by Lt.-Col. Gilbert W. Hall, Noel Robinson and Russe...

Noel Robinson interview

CALL NUMBER: T1330:0001 RECORDED: [location unknown], 1961-02-14 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Mr. Noel Robinson; a newspaper reporter; recalls some early personalities of Vancouver including: Captain Alex MacLean, the inspiration for the charcater of Wolf L...