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;...

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...

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...