Item T1313:0001 - Mr. and Mrs. F.G. Pinder interview

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Mr. and Mrs. F.G. Pinder interview

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T1313:0001

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  • 1962-06-21 (Creation)

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2 audio reels (01:00:00) : 19 cm/sec, mono ; 18 cm

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RECORDED: [location unknown], 1962-06-21 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Mrs. Pinder (nee Irving) recalls the early planting of broom on Vancouver Island. She talks about her grandfather, W.O. Hamley, his brother, Sir Edward Hamley; Dr. J.S. Helmcken; the Pemberton family; riding and driving horses; Sir Matthew Baillie Begbie; her father, Judge Irving; horse racing in Victoria; paper chases; and old houses and families. TRACK 2: Mrs. Pinder talks about the Pooley family; the Royal Navy; early Vancouver and the Dunsmuir family. Mr. Pinder talks about his great uncle, Sir Joseph Trutch, his father was an engineer with the C.P.R.; his father's work for Dunsmuir, and his bringing out the Confederation papers in 1871; the Fairfield estate; Point Ellice Bridge disaster; his father's survey of Port Moody; recreation in Victoria and early Vancouver. Mrs. Pinder continues with recollections about sports in Victoria; gardens; walking; winters; and Foul Bay.

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Imbert Orchard, 1974-1975

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A digital copy is available. Please contact staff for further information.

  • Complete transcript on file.
  • 1 preservation compact disc made from original audio reels, 2002-08-22.

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  • Copying Restriction: Clients requesting research/private copies must fill out CBC form.
  • Use Restriction: Not for broadcast or commercial use without written permission of the CBC.
  • Copyright Status: Copyright Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.

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Accession number(s): T1313

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Previously described as AAAB1451

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Orchard ; VC-28/1-2

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speaker: Aemilia Paula Pinder, speaker: Francis George Pinder, interviewer: Imbert Orchard, sound recording: Ian Stephen

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