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  • Interviews conducted between the 1960s and 1974 on operational
    research and the history and philosophy of technology, including
    radar during World War II. Interviewees include Harold Larnder,
    Dr. George Lindsay, Prof. Cohn Barnes and E.C. Williams.

  • Interview conducted in 1979 for an article in the Ottawa
    Sunday Post. Malcolm Muggeridge, journalist, author and
    teacher, talks about his religious beliefs, his stay in India,
    and his ideas on such topics as marriage, politics, Canadian
    literature, the media and Marshall McLuhan.

  • Interviews conducted between 1962 and 1980 with retired Air
    Canada personnel, for the Air Canada Oral History Project.
    Interviewees include J. Lane, Capt. and Mrs. George Lothian,
    Billie Houseman, W.R. Campbell, J.R. Baldwin, T. Gilmour, T.F.K.
    Edison, Francis Smith, S.W. Sadler, Barnie Rawson, Thomas W.
    Kirkham, John Robulak, and many others.

  • Interview conducted in 1977 with Dr. Boleslav J. Marcinek,
    describing his internment in a Nazi-German concentration camp at
    Oranienburg, Germany during the Second World War. Interview
    conducted in 1990 with Lord Asa Briggs about his career as a
    broadcast historian.

  • Interview conducted in April 1981 with Alexander Kelen about the
    Alexander A. Kelen Ltd. Agency and its work in immigration,
    tourism, and transporting parcels to Europe after World War Two.
    Includes references to Hungary.

  • Interviews conducted in 1960 and 1980 with early radio
    broadcaster Ned Corbett and radio and television broadcaster C.A.

  • Interview conducted in 1972 with Robert Fehler of the Arctic
    Institute of North America and Jean-Paul L'Allier, Minister of
    Cultural Affairs of Québec.<br/>
    Interview conducted in 1975 with scientists about research in the
    Arctic for a National Film Board film entitled North Water
    Baffin Bay.

  • Interviews conducted between 1978 and 1980 with child immigrants
    or individuals involved with child immigration, in the course of
    preparing the book The Little Immigrants: The Orphans Who Came
    to Canada. Includes references to Dr. Barnardo's Homes, and the
    United Kingdom.

  • Interviews conducted in 1962 and 1963 by Marjorie Wilkens
    Campbell for her book No Compromise. Colonel Edwin A. Baker
    talks about the foundation of the Canadian National Institute for
    the Blind (CNIB).

  • Interviews conducted in 1976 and 1977 by Kenneth Bambrick,
    professor of Journalism, in preparation for radio documentaries
    and articles celebrating the Diamond Jubilee (60 years) of radio
    broadcasting in Canada. Radio broadcasting pioneers talk about
    the history of the industry's development in Canada.
    Interviewees include Hugh Brenner, Stan Tapley, Jim Van Kuren,
    Stuart Clark, W.H. Gatfield, James Cooper, Montrose Werry, Lloyd
    Wright, Glenn Robitaille, Bill Valentine, Ernie L. Bushnell, Dick
    Rice and many others.

  • Interviews conducted in 1970 with F.W. Henshaw and Peter
    Campbell. Henshaw discusses the history of the Ellis Shipping
    Company and the Gaspé coast. Campbell recalls prospecting in and
    about Kirkland Lake.

  • Interviews conducted between 1979 and 1981 with Sheldon Luck,
    distinguished Canadian pilot, and others in preparation for
    Baudoin's book about Luck entitled Walking On Air.

  • Interviews conducted in 1969 for David Bercuson's and Kenneth
    McNaught's book The Winnipeg Strike, 1919. Former labour
    leaders and members of the special police forces talk about the
    Winnipeg general strike of 1919. Interviewees include Miller
    McKinnon, Burley Wallis, Col. Gerald de Courcy O'Grady, Robert
    Durward, Graham Spry, Alex Shepherd, N. Fraser, A.L. Crossin and
    A.P. Crossin, T. Kobzey, Les Pauley and F.G. Tipping.

  • Interview with Dr. Ahab Spence, Special Advisor to the Assistant
    Deputy Minister for Indian and Eskimo Affairs at the Department
    of Indian and Northern Affairs, about his feelings on working
    with native people as a government official, his role as
    president of the Manitoba Indian Brotherhood, and Indians with
    honorary degrees.<br/>
    Interview with 89 year old Ben Calfrobe from the Cluny, Alberta
    Blood Reserve. Calfrobe, a Blackfoot Indian, a Chief of his
    tribe and a medicine man, is the last living descendant of those
    who signed treaty No. 7 at Blackfoot Crossing in 1877.<br/>
    Interview of 88 year old Gertrude Mallow from Renfrew.<br/>
    The interviews were conducted in 1977 and 1978 by freelance
    broadcaster Daphne Bolestridge.

  • Interviews conducted between 1974 and 1985 with Ukrainian
    political and community leaders, some of whom took part in
    Ukrainian revolutionary activities in the period leading up to
    the Russian Revolution of 1917 and the Ukrainian War for
    Independence, 1918-1921. Also includes some interviews about
    Ukrainians in Canada.

  • Interviews conducted in 1974 with Honourable Paul Martin about
    his youth, his university training, his marriage and his career
    in politics.

  • Interviews conducted in 1970 for use in the film The Last
    Cause. Veterans of the Spanish Civil War talk about their
    involvement in the war and experiences from 1936 to 1939.

  • Interviews conducted in 1981 and 1982 by journalist Brian Nolan
    with filmmaker Donald Brittain for a biography (unpublished).
    The interviews span 30 years of Brittain's career (1950s-1980s)
    and provide detailed insights into his association with the
    National Film Board and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation,
    his personal life and the creative gifts which earned him
    international recognition. Canada's social and cultural past is
    examined as Brittain describes the issues and prominent figures
    portrayed in his award-winning documentaries.

  • Interviews conducted between 1975 and 1982 by researcher and
    author Jean Bruce.<br/>
    Québec public figure Thérèse Casgrain is interviewed about her
    life and career. Friends and colleagues of T. Casgrain also
    interviewed include Frank Scott, Charles Taylor, Constance
    Garneau, William Dodge, Elizabeth Moulu, Laurier Lapierre and
    Tommy C. Douglas.<br/>
    Interviews of immigrants about the immigrant experience, funded
    by the Secretary of State.<br/>
    Interviews about the history of women in broadcasting, with Pat
    Paterson, Hugh W. Morrison, Fran Cutler, Betty Tomlinson, Dodie
    Robb, Elspeth Chisholm, Mattie Rotenberg, Margaret Lyons,
    Marjorie McEnaney, Margaret House, and others.<br/>
    Interviews with women who were active in the British Commonwealth
    Air Training Programme during the Second World War.

  • Interview conducted in 1987 by film student Robin Burgoyne with
    Robert Anderson, filmmaker, about his experience as a filmmaker
    at the National Film Board and as a private filmmaker from 1939
    to 1960.

  • Interviews with writer, broadcaster and activist June Callwood,
    about her career and her books. Callwood's books include Hard
    Bargains: My Life on the Line, about labour activist Robert
    White; Jim: A Life With Aids; Twelve Weeks in Spring;
    Canadian Women and the Law and The Naughty Nineties.
    Interviews by June Callwood of Robert White, president of the
    National Automobile, Aerospace and Agricultural Implement
    Workers' Union of Canada, AIDS victim Jim, and of veteran
    broadcaster Jack Dennett.<br/>
    The interviews were conducted between 1975 and 1990.

  • Interview conducted in 1983 by John Calvert of the Canadian Union
    of Public Employees and Leo Panitch, Professor at Carleton
    University, with Mrs. Mary Campbell née Goldsmith, labour
    organizer and women's activist.

  • Recollections by Walter Cameron, retired blacksmith, about his
    family and his career. Interview conducted by Graham Cameron
    with his father Walter Cameron, about pioneer life, his role as a
    blacksmith, and his skill and strength. The interviews were
    recorded in 1974 and 1975.

  • Interviews recorded between 1958 and 1977 with Canadian
    philatelists and with former Canada Post employees about their
    careers. Interviews conducted by Charles McGuire of the National
    Postal Museum with philatelist Colin Haniman Bayley; former
    Postmaster of Toronto, George Henry Lawrence; former employee of
    the Newfoundland Post Office and the Canada Post Corporation,
    John Carl Williams; former letter carrier Norman Fisher; and two
    interviews with philatelist Frank W. Campbell.

  • Interviews conducted between 1959 and 1970 with W.A. Schlader and
    W.R. Menzies, pioneer Alberta fishermen, about their experiences
    in the West and Northwest Territories.<br/>
    Interviews on the history of the Department of Fisheries and
    Oceans with officials John Lamb, Harry Dempsey and Roy I.
    Jackson. See also accession number 1970-0023.

  • Interviews conducted between 1940 and 1989 for the Directorate of
    History of the Department of National Defence with various
    military personnel about their careers and experiences.
    Interviewees include two veterans of the Boer War (1899-1902),
    officers of the Royal Canadian Navy, officers of the armed
    forces, a pioneer scientist of operational research, individuals
    involved with naval radar during World War Two, officers of the
    Royal Canadian Air Force and an officer of the Royal Canadian
    Navy Volunteer Reserve during World War Two.

  • Recollections of John Skeeboss about the history of Indians in

  • Interviews conducted between 1984 and 1990 with Senators and a
    Member of Parliament as part of an ongoing oral history project
    jointly sponsored by the Library of Parliament and the National
    Archives of Canada.<br/>
    Interviewers are Senators Louis Robichaud, Jacques Flynn, Renaude
    Lapointe, Martial Asselin, Arthur Tremblay and Léopold Langlois,
    and Member of Parliament Gérald Duquet.<br/>
    Transcripts are available for each interview in this collection
    at the National Archives of Canada and the Parliamentary Library.
    These transcripts serve as a valuable finding aid to the tape

  • Interviews conducted with Speakers of the House of Commons,
    Members of Parliament, Senators, and other public figures between
    1983 and 1991 by journalist Tom Earle as part of an ongoing oral
    history project jointly sponsored by the Library of Parliament
    and the National Archives of Canada.<br/>
    Initial English language interviews for this project were
    conducted by Peter Stursberg and are listed in the Stursberg
    Transcripts are available for each interview in this collection
    at the National Archives of Canada and at the Library of
    Parliament. These transcripts serve as a valuable finding aid to
    the tape collection.<br/>
    Interviews are listed here with accession number and name of
    Warren Almond (1990-0145);
    Charles Asquith (1985-0404);
    Jack Austin (1987-0485);
    Walter Baker (1983-0219);
    Ged Baldwin (1984-0304);
    James Balfour (1990-0297);
    E.W. "Staff" Barootes (1991-0296);
    Irvine Barrow (1988-0223);
    Rheal Belisle (1988-0354);
    Leslie Gordon Benjamin (1991-0052);
    Edgar Benson (1987-0490);
    Jean-Jacques Blais (1989-0495);
    Lorne Bonnell (1989-0373);
    Peter Bosa (1985-0354);
    Tom Bowie (1988-0347);
    Robert Bryce (1983-0189);
    Sidney L. Buckwold (1988-0225);
    Esmond Butler (1989-0133, 1989-0494);
    Ross Campbell (1991-0187);
    Coline Campbell (1992-0065);
    Robert Coates (1986-0795);
    Eric Cook (1983-0117);
    Ernest Cottreau (1988-0448);
    David Croll (1983-0173);
    Lloyd Crouse (1985-0456);
    Bud Cullen (1986-0269);
    David Currie, Heath Macquarrie (1984-0223);
    Stan Darling (1988-0074, 1992-0066);
    Michael Deacey (1983-0361);
    Phillip Deane (1989-0162);
    Ian Deans (1989-0101);
    Bill Domm (1990-0478);
    Richard Doyle (1991-0161);
    Charles M. "Bud" Drury (1988-0224);
    Tom Van Dusen (1987-0488);
    Judy Erola (1989-0620);
    Joyce Fairbairn (1990-0335);
    Gordon Fairweather (1987-0039);
    Sheila Finestone (1991-0201);
    Hart Finley (1985-0220);
    Michael Forrestall (1989-0459);
    Eugene Forsey (1985-0248, 1989-0358);
    D'Iberville Fortier (1992-0064);
    Maurice Foster (1989-0377);
    Lloyd Francis (1984-0453);
    Alistair Fraser (1983-0329);
    Benno Friesen (1991-0071);
    Douglas Frith (1988-0491);
    Royce Frith (1985-0509, 1991-0249);
    John Godfrey (1985-0355);
    Heward Graftey (1987-0588);
    Al Graham (1984-0084, 1989-0502);
    Joseph Guay (1988-0291);
    Stanley Haidasz (1987-0426);
    Bruce Halliday (1990-0115);
    Alvin Hamilton (1991-0206);
    Earl Hastings (1991-0328);
    Ivan Head (1989-0569, 1990-0078);
    George Hees (1983-0285);
    Henry Hicks (1983-0238, 1989-0458);
    Len Hopkins (1990-0152, 1990-0213);
    James Jerome (1989-0405);
    Pauline Jewett (1986-0471);
    Bill Kempling (1988-0449);
    Eric Kierans (1987-0489);
    Paul Lafond (1988-0283);
    Marcel Lambert (1984-0172);
    Daniel Lang (1987-0491);
    Allan Lawrence (1986-0817);
    Roméo LeBlanc (1986-0074);
    Bill Lee (1989-0419, 1989-0474);
    Tom Lefebvre (1987-0091);
    Charles Lussier (1989-0138);
    Donald S. Macdonald (1989-0276);
    John M. Macdonald (1988-0226);
    Finlay MacDonald (1990-0126);
    Mary MacDonald (1984-0180);
    David MacDonald (1986-0437);
    Mark MacGuigan (1987-0424);
    Arch MacKenzie (1985-0182);
    Victor J. Mackie (1984-0099);
    John MacNeill (1983-0084);
    Heath Macquarrie (1989-0326);
    Len Marchand (1986-0726);
    Lorna Marsden (1992-0112);
    Jack Marshall (1984-0142, 1989-0110);
    Fred McCain (1988-0339);
    Robert McCleave (1988-0397);
    Charles McElman (1989-0357);
    James McGrath (1986-0270);
    Dan McKenzie (1988-0357);
    Don McKinnon (1990-0161);
    Allan McKinnon (1986-0442);
    Gildas Molgat (1989-0298);
    Edmund Morris (1988-0398);
    Robert Muir (1983-0346);
    Joan Neiman (1985-0405);
    James Nelson (1984-0381);
    William "Bill" Neville (1990-0344);
    Patrick Nolan (1987-0425);
    Nathan Nurgitz (1990-0479);
    Bob Ogle (1990-0477);
    Bud Olson (1985-0428);
    H.A. "Bud" Olson (1990-0226);
    David Orlikow (1985-0600);
    Steve Paproski (1989-0614);
    Keith Penner (1988-0485);
    Ray Perrault (1985-0636);
    Orville Phillips (1986-0117);
    Marjorie "Bunny" Pound (1988-0509);
    Gerald Regan (1986-0558);
    John Reid (1986-0331);
    Albert Edgar Richie (1991-0315);
    Brenda Robertson (1992-0077);
    R. Gordon Robertson (1990-0211, 1990-0274, 1991-0053);
    George Van Roggen (1987-0486);
    William Rompkey (1991-0195);
    Fred Rowe (1983-0144);
    William Scott (1991-0196);
    Geoff Scott (1987-0325);
    Mitchell Sharp (1984-0075);
    Jack Sheilds (1991-0072);
    Ian Sinclair (1988-0355);
    Richard Stanbury (1986-0438);
    Robert Stanfield (1986-0794);
    John Stewart (1987-0487);
    Davie J. Stewart (1990-0262);
    Davie Stewart (1985-0191);
    Guy Sylvestre (1988-0290);
    Gordon Taylor (1988-0076);
    Blaine Thacker (1991-0357);
    Gordon Towers (1988-0222);
    Charles Turner (1987-0109);
    Jean Casselman Wadds (1985-0128);
    Jake Warren (1991-0169);
    Ian Watson (1986-0118);
    W.A. "Bill" Wilson (1984-0004);
    Max Yalden (1990-0275, 1990-0476).

  • Interviews conducted in 1974 with Monique Coupal, Miriam Royce,
    Sylvia Geber, Katie Cook, Florence Bird, Laura Sabia, Laurette
    Robillard and S. Lauzon, for a United Nations paper on government
    machinery concerning the status of women.

  • Interviews conducted between 1980 and 1989 with various officials
    and staff members in the Penitentiary Service, for the
    Correctional Service of Canada Oral History Project.

  • Interviews conducted in 1984 by the staff of the Department of
    Veterans Affairs with veterans of the First World War, about
    their experiences.

  • Interviews conducted between 1962 and 1980 with pioneers in radio
    broadcasting, about the early days of broadcasting in Canada.
    Interviewees include James P. Gilmour, Ernie Bushnell, Carl
    Little, Ed Moogk, Hugh Davidson, Davidson Dunton, Graham Spry,
    C.A. Bowman, Lieutenant-Colonel W.A. Steel, Major-General Victor
    Odlum, Orville Shugg, Alex Sim, Liston McIlhaga, George Davidson,
    Jack Carlyle, Don Roberts, Judith LaMarsh, and many others.

  • Interviews conducted in 1962 by musician Glenn Gould for a
    Canadian Broadcasting Corporation radio program on Arnold
    Schoenberg. Winthrop Sargent, Goddard Lieberson, Aaron Copland,
    Peter Ostwald and Gertrude Kollish Schoenberg talk about Arnold
    Schoenberg and his music.

  • Interviews conducted between 1962 and 1964 with veterans of the
    First World War (1914-1918) recorded by the Canadian Broadcasting
    Corporation as source material for the CBC radio series
    "Flanders' Fields". The seventeen part series was broadcast from
    November 11, 1964 to March 7, 1965 to mark the fiftieth
    anniversary of the outbreak of the First World War. The
    interviews extensively document Canadian military involvement in
    the conflict and deal with events in Canada, France and the
    United Kingdom.

  • Interview conducted during the 1970s with Henry Vivian "Paddy"
    Acland, an English immigrant who recounts his experiences
    settling in the Okanagan Valley prior to the First World War.

  • Interviews conducted in 1964 and 1965 for the CBC radio Spanish
    Civil War Oral history project. Canadian veterans of the Spanish
    Civil War (1936-1939) talk about their war experiences.
    Interviewees include William Krehm, James Minifie, Ross Russel,
    Irv Weissman, Larry Ryan, Reid McVicar, Steve Nelson, Mike
    (Konstantine) Olynyk, Raymond Arthur Davies, Zac Sinclair
    Phemester, Hans Ibing, Victor Himmelfarb, Ron Liversedge, Walter
    Dent and Hugh Garner.

  • Interviews conducted in 1965 and 1966 with Tim Buck, former
    leader of the Communist Party of Canada, about his political
    career and the Communist Party of Canada.

  • Interviews conducted between 1978 and 1989 with pioneers of
    private radio broadcasting in Canada, including announcers,
    technicians, producers and sales personnel. Among those
    interviewed are: Jim Kidd of CJCL Toronto; Gord Atkinson of CFMO
    Ottawa; Dick Smyth of CFTR/CHFI Toronto; Marg Anthony, Pip Wedge
    and Johnny Esaw of CTV; Rai Purdy; Vic George; Allan Slaight of
    Standard Broadcasting; Gordon Sinclair Jr. of CJAD Montreal;
    Bill Luxton; Harry Boyle; and current as well as former employees
    of Selkirk Communications Ltd.

  • Interviews conducted in 1976 by Paul Bennett, executive director
    of the Ontario Crafts Council, with artisans Alice Lighthall and
    Evelyn Charles. Entrevues réalisées en 1976 par Carole Laflamme
    auprès des artisans Lucien Desmarais et de Léo Gervais, Ã
    l'occasion de la réunion annuelle du Conseil Canadien de

  • Interviews conducted between 1972 and 1977 with Canadians who
    influenced the development of the Canadian film industry, such as
    Herb Albert, Emile de Antonio, Bert Bach, Jim Beveridge,
    Jean-Yves Bigras, Cliff Bourne, Sterling Campbell, Jack Chisholm,
    J.J. Chisholm, Paul Firestone, Sam Gagne, Gratien Gélinas,
    Claude-Henri Grigon, Norman Klenman, Paul L'Anglais, Ricky
    Leacock, Bill Mason, Norman McLaren, Ross McLean, Jonas Mekas,
    Franck O'Byrne, J.W. Pickersgill, John Pratt, Julian Roffman,
    Ralph Roffman, Tim Shandell, Lindsay Shonteff, Gordon Sparling,
    Michael Spencer, Robin Spry, Roy Tash, Nat Taylor and Mel Turner.

  • Interview conducted in 1970 with J.H. Doughty-Davies about the
    history of the Canadian Institute of Planners, originally The
    Town Planning Institute of Canada, formed in 1919.

  • Interviews conducted between 1972 and 1974 by Professor Dov Nay
    of the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, for the oral history
    program of the Canadian Jewish Congress. Interviewees were
    pioneer members of the Jewish community in Toronto.

  • Interviews conducted between 1960 and 1987 with Canadian Medical
    Association officials and former presidents about their youth,
    education, and their medical careers. Interviewees include Dr.
    Wilder Penfield, Dr. (Hon.) Bette Stephenson, Dr. E. Kirk Lyon,
    Dr. Robert McClure, Dr. Gustave Gingras, Dr. R.W.I. Urquhart and
    many other renowned medical practitioners. Collection also
    includes painter A.Y. Jackson reminiscing about Dr. Frederick
    Grant Banting.

  • Interviews conducted between 1960 and 1987 by C. Roger Myers,
    archivist of the Canadian Psychological Association, with
    prominent Canadian psychologists about their youth, education and
    careers. Interviewees include Virginia Douglas, Al Paivio,
    Robert Wilson, Ruth Hoyt-Cameron, Bill Gaddes, Buck Blair, David
    Schonfield, Art Sullivan and many others.

  • A systematic collection of interviews recorded between 1973 and
    1982 with former Canadian Seamen's Union members, particularly
    workers who served in Canadian Great Lake and deep-sea ships
    between the 1920s and 1950s, documenting the history of the

  • Interviews conducted between 1977 and 1979 with members and
    former members of the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE),
    about the origins, history and development of public sector trade
    unionism in Canada. Includes a number of interviews with Stanley
    Little, president of CUPE from 1963 to 1975 and Pat Lenihan, long
    time activist and organizer.

  • Interview conducted in 1979 with Clarence St-Hulbert, a veteran
    of the First World War (1914-1918), about his experiences in the
    Great War.

  • Interview conducted in 1975 by student Usher Caplan with David
    Rome, archivist of the Canadian Jewish Congress, about A.M.
    Klein, poet and Zionist.

  • Interviews conducted between 1974 and 1989, pertaining mainly to the history of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.<br/>
    1989-0416: Charles Gunning, Barry MacDonald, Don J. Macdonald, V.
    Frank Segee.<br/>
    Accession number 1989-0108: Patrick Brown, Norman Campbell, Michael Delaney, Bill Donovan, Doug Fraser, Paul Gaffney, Bill Harper, Hal Jones, Wilfred Kesterton, Jean-François Lépine, Don Macdonald, Peter Mansbridge, Tom McEwan, Ann Medina, William H. Metcalfe, Bill Morgan, Neil Morrison, Ivan Munn, Don Murray,
    Knowlton Nash, Robert O'Reilly, John Owen, Joe Schlesinger, John Shrewbridge, Frank Stalley, Brian Stewart, Don Tremaine and Doug
    1985-0225: Bob Allen, Marcel Auclair, Roger Barbeau, James Book, Peter Burgess, L.G. Carrier, d'Estelle Cassou, Len Chapple, Austin Curley, Bruno "Al" Dambrogio, Paul Delisle, Ron Devion, Jean Dumas, Myron Dunn, Davidson Dunton, Tom Earle, David Garforth, Bernice Gauvreau, Allen Gilroy, Gordon Glynn, Don Goldwin, Ronald H. Hambleton, Raymond Hazzan, Ron Hunka, Charles Kirkman, Jean-Yves Landry, James Landsburg, Paul Lanoy, David Lint, Larry MacDonald, Delmar MacKenzie, Jack McCabe, Bob McLaughlin, Keith Morrow, Marianne Morrow, Tom Nutt, Yvette Pard, Len Peterson, Fernand Quirion, John Reeves, Sheila Spoerly, Claude Sylvestre, Louise Tardif, David Tasker, Bill Terry, Roy
    Thomas, Lamont Tilden, Louis Webb, Murray Westgate.<br/>
    1984-0138: Helen Carscallen, Gordon Craig, Bill Cunningham, Francis Cutler, Frank Deaville, Darce Fardy, Max Ferguson, Adrien
    Gagnier, Victor George, Ron Hartman, Karl Hilmer, John Hudson, Leslie Jackson, Helen James, Reginald Jessup, Eugene Kash, Ron
    Kealey, Elizabeth Leitch, Taisto Lemberg, Raymond Lewis, Peggy
    Nairn Liptrot, Esse Ljungh, Doug Maxwell, Jack McCabe, Marjorie
    McEnaney, Connie McFarlane, Allan McFee, Trina McQueen, Helen
    McVey, Bob Moir, Neil Morrison, Knowlton Nash, Gerald Newman,
    Alphonse Ouimet, Frank Perry, Jean Pouliot, Frederick Rainsberry,
    Leo Rampen, Frank Shuster, John Spalding, Graham Spry, Nick
    Treanor, John Twomey, Jacqueline Wasserman, Mo Watters, Johnny
    Wayne, Bob Willson, Betty Zimmerman.<br/>
    1982-0285: Robert Christie, Y. Dansereau, Del Delmage, Davidson
    Dunton, Norm Garriock, Jack Gilmore, Flora Goulden, Barbara
    Hamilton, Georges Huard, J. Lamarre, L. Langlois, Mary Lemon, Don
    Lytle, Ross McLean, Hugh Palmer, Bob Paterson, Pat Patterson,
    Ruth Springford, Len Starmer, Charles P. Wright.<br/>
    1982-0215: Claude Sylvestre.<br/>
    1982-0055: Jean Belleau, Thom Benson, Kenneth Brown, Kenneth
    Caple, John Carlyle, Wilfred Carpentier, Egan Chambers, Guy
    Coderre, Joan Dixon, Audrey Faibish, James Finlay, Ronald Fraser,
    Jean-Paul Fugère, James P. Gilmore, Ronald Hallam, Eugene
    Hallman, Michael Harrison, Lowell Hicks, Howard Hilliard, Arthur
    Holmes, Reginald Horton, Clifford Kelley, Eric Koch, Len Lauk,
    Robert McGall, Clive McKee, Peter Meggs, Lloyd Moore, Marce
    Munro, Fergus Mutrie, Derek Nelson, Alphonse Ouimet, Guy Parent,
    Finlay Payne, Pierre Petel, Wilf Porth, Frederick Rainsberry,
    George Retzlaff, William Sheehan, Orville Shugg, David Tasker,
    James Thompson, Douglas Ward, Ronald Weyman, Raymond Whitehouse.<br/>
    See also accession 1974-0079.

  • Interviews conducted between 1982 and 1984 by archivists of the
    National Archives of Canada, about architecture in Canada.<br/>
    Interviews of James Floyd, William Rock Jr., Michael G.C. Ellwood
    and Joan Breneta about architects J. Austin Floyd and H.L.
    Fetherstonhaugh. Interview of Richard Ernest Bolton about his
    career with the architectural firm of H.L. Fetherstonhaugh.
    Interview of James A. Woolven, co-owner of the architectural firm
    The Iron Cat Limited, about his career and the history of the
    firm. Interview of E.A. Gardiner, former chief architect of
    Public Works, about his career in the private and public sector.

  • Interviews conducted between 1971 and 1974 with Canadian artist
    Illingsworth H. Kerr and individuals involved in the Canadian
    motion picture industry in the first half of the twentieth
    century. Includes discussion of John Grierson and the National
    Film Board.

  • Interviews conducted by broadcaster Elspeth Chisholm on the
    history of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Interviewees
    include Hugh Whitney Morrison, Richard Nielson, Edward Pickering,
    Marjorie McEnaney, Bernard Trotter, Arthur Stinson and Ruth
    Johnson Francis.<br/>
    Interviews on the history of the National Film Board with Stanley
    Hawes, film producer, and friends and acquaintances of John
    Grierson, founder and commissioner of the National Film Board.<br/>
    Interviews on the National Gallery of Canada, with friends and
    acquaintances of Alan Jarvis, sculptor and director of the
    National Gallery of Canada.<br/>
    This extensive collection, recorded between 1941 and 1983,
    contains many other informative interviews. Accession numbers:
    1985-0508; 1983-0046; 1983-0130; 1983-0180; 1983-0211; 1983-0230;
    1982-0140; 1982-0237; 1981-0084; 1978-0101; 1978-0114; 1976-0143;
    1975-0161; 1975-0162; 1974-0091; 1974-0122; 1973-0109; 1973-0121;

  • Interviews conducted between 1970 and 1979 by Barbara Martineau,
    freelance writer and filmmaker, for an article published in
    Cinema Canada. Joyce Wieland, Kathleen Shannon, Mireille
    Dansereau, Anne-Claire Poirier and Caroline Leaf discuss women
    and film-making in Canada.

  • Interviews conducted between 1972 and 1990 with Canadian artist
    A.J. Casson, member of the Group of Seven.

  • Interviews conducted between 1983 and 1985, pertaining to war
    work, both paid and voluntary, performed by women in munitions
    plants, aircraft plants, and as nurses in the Medical Corps; and
    voluntary work in the trade union movement, the Red Cross and
    prisoner of war associations. Also includes interviews with a
    teacher and co-founders and directors of the Montréal Children's
    Theatre School, about their careers and the school. See also the
    fonds held by Concordia University -- Media Centre, Webster

  • Interviews conducted between 1982 and 1984 with former and
    current employees of General Motors of Canada in Oshawa, Ontario
    who are also members of Local 222 of the United Automobile

  • Interviews conducted in 1986 with several members of the Canadian
    Army Film and Photo Unit about their wartime and career

  • Interview conducted in 1943 with Sergeant Henry Larsen, skipper
    of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police ship the St. Roch, about
    his historic voyage from Vancouver to Halifax by way of the
    Arctic Northwest passage. Includes references to the Inuit.

  • Interviews conducted in 1979 with pioneers in Canadian sport and
    physical education. Interviewees include Dr. Elsie M. McFarland,
    Dr. Hugh Noble, Mr. Rae Spiers and Mr. René Belisle, as well as
    many others.

  • Interview conducted in 1972 by historians Dr. Henry M. Datar and
    Dr. Herman Eriis with physicist Dr. Frank T. Davies about the
    first Byrd expedition to the Antarctic, 1928-1930, and about the
    launching of Canadian satellites Alouette 1 and 2.

  • Interview conducted in 1974 with Donald Di Guilio, pioneer of the
    Italian community of Toronto, Ontario, about the Italian
    Immigrant Aid Society of which he was director and about
    Italo-Canadian associations.

  • Interviews conducted between 1978 and 1989 for the Documentary
    Art and Photography Division of the National Archives of Canada
    with photographers and others about various Canadian photographers such as Kryn Taconis, Pierre Gaudard, and Michel Lambeth; and the history of photography in Canada.<br/>
    Interviews with Montreal Gazette photographers, reporters and
    editors, including Bob James, Bruce Crall, George Cree, Gordon
    and Garth Pritchard, Walter Edwards, Mike Gravel, Marina Laduke,
    Jack Markon, Len Sidaway, and Vic Davidson. Interviewees also
    include Campbell Timming, Duncan Carter, John Reeves, Charlotte
    Kaiser, Ted Grant, Pierre Gaudard, Tess Taconis, Cornell Capa,
    Burt Glinn, Ronald Butler, Rex Tasker, Stan Bevington, Stan
    Fillmore, and Judy Gouin. Collection also includes an interview
    with Judge John Ross Matheson about the history of the Canadian
    Flag and the Flag Debate of 1964 (accession numbers: 1978-0174,
    1978-0177, 1978-0180, 1978-0185, 1979-0070, 1981-0134, 1986-0501,
    1987-0108, 1987-0518, 1987-0608, 1988-0077, 1988-0078,
    Other interviews on photography and related topics were recorded
    by archivists of the National Archives but are accessioned
    separately under the interviewee's name. Dates of recording
    range from 1971 to 1990. Additional topics include the cinema,
    public relations, the two World Wars and the Korean War, the
    relocation of Japanese Canadians during the Second World War,
    journalism and travels.<br/>
    Interviews conducted between 1971 and 1974 by Andrew Birrell with
    photographers Richard Arless (1972-0039), Artin Cavoukian (1971-
    0036), Raymond Allen Munro (1971-0014), George Nakashian (1972-
    0040), Neil Newton (1974-0032) and Michael Semak (1974-0106).
    Nineteen interviews conducted between 1976 and 1981 by Lilly
    Koltun with Lorraine Monk on a number of topics including the
    National Film Board's Still Photography Department, the Centre
    for Photography, and Lorraine Monk's trip to Iran with Roloff
    Beny (1981-0136; 1978-0044; 1977-0022; 1977-0030; 1977-0085;
    1977-0089; 1977-0097; 1977-0107; 1977-0116; 1977-0134; 1977-0168;
    1976-0177; 1976-0181; 1976-0193; 1976-0204). Interviews
    conducted between 1971 and 1973 by Peter Robertson with
    photographers Ken Bell (1973-0021), Gilbert A. Milne (1972-0059),
    Gerald Moses (1972-0066), Richard Y. Nakamura (1973-0019),
    Wilfred Olson (1973-0020), Harry Price (1972-0047), William
    Rider-Rider (1972-0027), Alex Stirton (1973-0008), Don Stitt
    (1973-0004), and Gordon Thomas (1972-0081). Interview conducted
    in 1990 by Melissa K. Rombout with Toronto photographer Frank
    Entrevues réalisées par Raymond Vézina et portant surtout sur le
    peintre Napoléon Bourassa, auprès d'Anne Bourassa (1975-0192),
    Arsène Hébert (1976-0190), Jean-Charles Désité (1977-0016) et
    Marine Leland (1976-0180); entrevue avec Philippe Perreault, sur
    les peintres Émile Vézina, René Richard et Marc-Aurèle Fortin
    (1976-0191); entrevue avec Maxime Bénaïme, graphiste illustrateur
    marocain (1977-0165).

  • Interviews conducted between 1970 and 1972 with a cross-section
    of former employees of the Dominion Bridge Company, including
    company executives, administration staff, engineers, draughtsmen
    and construction workers for the purpose of celebrating the 100th
    anniversary of the company.

  • Interviews conducted in 1977 with F.W. Gibson, former secretary
    to William Lyon Mackenzie King and cataloguer of King's papers;
    Jacqueline Neatby, assistant to Gibson from 1946 to 1961; and H.
    Blair Neatby, historian and King's official biographer.

  • Interviews conducted by student Michael Dupuis with R.H. Plewman,
    manufacturer; Charles F. Plewman, retired Young Men's Christian
    Association (Y.M.C.A.) secretary; and Graham Spry, retired
    journalist. Topics include the Winnipeg General Strike of 1919,
    the One Big Union and various Winnipeg newspapers of the 1920s
    and 1930s, including the Winnipeg Free Press.

  • Interviews conducted in 1979 for the Multicultural History
    Society of Ontario with Finnish Canadian residents of the Thunder
    Bay area about immigration, ethnic relations, pioneer life and
    community life.

  • Interviews conducted between 1976 and 1978. Former Eldorado
    Company employees (prospectors, pilots, metallurgists, managers)
    describe the early years of uranium mining and exploration at
    Port Radium, Northwest Territories and Beaverlodge, Saskatchewan
    as well as uranium refining at Port Hope, Ontario from the early
    1930s to the 1950s.

  • Recollections and interviews recorded between 1948 and 1967 with
    individuals involved in the peace movement and international
    relations. Collection includes an interview with James G.
    Endicott, Methodist Minister, and president of the Canadian Peace
    Congress about his youth, education, missionary work and peace
    efforts. Includes references to China.

  • Interviews conducted between 1969 and 1974 by J.W. Essex,
    freelance writer and broadcaster, with businessmen, actors,
    pilots, scientists, motion picture directors and others about
    their lives and pastimes.

  • Interview conducted in 1978 with E. Fackenheim by Eric Koch,
    Canadian Broadcasting Corporation producer, for his book
    Deemed Suspect: A Wartime Blunder. Fackenheim discusses his
    life in Germany prior to the Second World War, his deportation as
    a Jewish refugee from the United Kingdom to Canada, his life in
    an internment camp in Canada, and his life in post-war Canada.

  • Interviews conducted in 1972 with pioneers of northern Canada by
    journalist Moira Farrow for her book Nobody Here But Us:
    Pioneers of the North. Interviewees include Johnnie Johns,
    Albert Faille, Ted Trindell, George and Anna Holdway, Fred
    Engebretson, John and Alice Keefex, Louis Mero, Eugene Peterson,
    Andy Anderson, and Myrtle Philip, who discuss hunting, trapping,
    prospecting, farming, logging, mining and other activities.

  • Interviews conducted in 1971 and 1972 with members of the
    Federated Women's Institutes of Canada about the Institutes'
    activities across Canada. The goal of the Institutes is to
    promote an appreciation of rural living.

  • Interviews conducted in 1976 with Arthur R. Chitouras, Mrs. R.
    Goldberg, Howard F. Harris and N. James Slater about the history
    of the Ottawa region, including pioneer and community life.

  • Interviews recorded between 1963 and 1968 for use on the Canadian
    Broadcasting Corporation radio program "The Learning Stage",
    later called "Ideas" (1966). Interviewees include Lois Smith,
    Lawrence Adams, Celia Franca, Grant Strate and Janet Baldwin of
    the National Ballet of Canada, actor Richard Burton, Charles
    Comfort of the National Gallery of Canada, Italian filmmaker
    Federico Fellini, playwrights Tennessee Williams and Edward
    Albee. Included are life history interviews of Agnes
    Newton-Keith, Islay Lambert and Agnes Duncan Mortson.

  • Interviews conducted between 1970 and 1983 by Joan Finnigan with
    long-time residents of the Ottawa Valley, for her books Some
    of the Stories I Told You Were True, Giants of Canada's
    Ottawa Valley, Laughing All The Way Home, Legacies,
    Legends and Lies, and Tell Me Another Story. Topics include
    pioneer life and rural conditions.

  • Interviews with senior Canadian aquatic scientists conducted
    between 1972 and 1976 by J.C. Stevenson, director of the
    Fisheries Research Board of Canada. Interviewees include Ferris
    Neave, Neal M. Carter, Charles H. Castell, D.B. Finn, R.E.
    Foerster and Frederick Joseph Fry.

  • Interviews conducted in 1979 with persons active in Crawley Films
    (Ottawa, Ont.). Interviewees include Quentin Brown, Chris
    Chapman, Vincent Vaitiekunas, George Gorman, Bill McCawley, Thom
    Glynn, Howard Alk, Frank Stokes and Leon Roth.

  • Interviews conducted between 1972 and 1978 with former
    labourer-teachers of Frontier College and various officials of
    the College.

  • Recollections recorded between 1970 and 1981 by Ken Gass, theatre
    administrator, about the Festival of Underground Theatre,
    Renaissance 1971 at the Canadian University Arts Festival, the
    Toronto Factory Lab and the 1981 Toronto Theatre Festival.

  • Interviews conducted in 1963 and 1964 as background research for
    a Canadian Broadcasting Corporation production. Jean Gow,
    researcher, author and artist, interviews friends and
    acquaintances of Archibald Belaney (Grey Owl) including his
    common-law wife Annahareo. Collection includes interviews by Gow
    with nurses and doctors of the Canadian Army Medical Corps who
    served during the First World War.

  • Interview conducted by National Archives of Canada archivists
    Carl Vincent and Marg Mattson with Stuart Graham, retired aviator
    and civil servant, about his military service during the First
    World War, his career in aviation, and the Second World War.

  • Interviews conducted between 1979 and 1981 by Charles Granger,
    former Newfoundland politician, with public figures involved in
    the entry of Newfoundland into Confederation. Interviewees
    include Paul Bridle, Joseph R. Smallwood, Jack W. Pickersgill,
    Joseph Patrick Fowler, Charles Ballam, C. Max Lane, Wickford
    Collins, Gregory Joseph Power, Chief Justice R.S. Furlong, and
    many others.

  • Interviews conducted between 1970 and 1972 by David
    Gustavson for his doctoral dissertation on the Canadian regional
    theatre movement. Theatre directors, actors and administrators
    talk about Canadian theatre's artistic personnel, Canadian plays,
    and the successes and failures of Canadian theatre. Interviewees
    include Gilles Rochette, Monique Auby, Tom Hendry, John Hirsch,
    Christopher Newton, Mavor Moore, Ken Gass, Jean Gascon, Alan
    Lund, Kurt Reis, and many others.

  • Interview conducted between 1984 and 1986 with David Richardson,
    railwayman, about his role in the development of Canadian

  • Interviews conducted between 1972 and 1984 with former members of
    the Canadian Repertory Theatre company about their careers.
    Interviewees include set designer Penny Geldart; actress Betty
    Leighton; Hugh Parker; actor William Hutt; Violet Southgate; and
    stage manager David Haber.

  • Interviews conducted in 1971 and 1972 by Virgil Hammock,
    professor at the University of Manitoba, with Ken Lockhead, Jack
    Shadbolt, Guido Molinari and Yves Gaucher, about art.

  • Interviews conducted between 1970 and 1986 with faculty and
    administrators of the Faculty of Medicine at the University of
    Toronto about its history and development. These interviews were
    recorded for the Oral History Project on the Medical Faculty,
    University of Toronto. Collection includes oral history
    interviews by Dr. Norman Delarue, recorded for his book The
    History of Thoracic Surgery in Canada.

  • Interview conducted in 1984 with Gladys Harvey about her
    childhood and early life, her career as a teacher and federal
    public servant and her activities promoting equal opportunity for
    women. Sound quality suffers from a very low volume.

  • Interviews of seamen who served in World War One and World War
    Two conducted between 1979 and 1982 for use in local and national
    radio programs.

  • Interviews conducted between 1963 and 1986 with playwrights and
    actors. Topics include the early days of the National Theatre
    School. Interviewees include Leon Major, director of the St.
    Lawrence Centre for the Performing Arts in Toronto and Al Waxman,

  • Interviews of World War Two survivors conducted between 1980 and
    1983 for Joyce Hibbert's book Fragments of War.

  • Interviews conducted in 1983 and 1984 for the Oral History of
    Social Work in Canada project, sponsored by the Canadian
    Association of Social Workers. Interviewees include social
    workers Manuel Batshaw, Mildred Battel, Stewart Sutton, Barbara
    Finlayson, Marjorie Robins, R.E.G. Davis, Ken Jacobs, Connie
    Harrison as well as many others.

  • Interviews conducted in 1970 with theatre director John Hirsch
    and with a friend of Hirsch's. Topics include Hirsch's
    childhood in Hungary, theatre in Manitoba, the Stratford
    Festival, drama at the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, and the
    Anglo-Saxon domination of Canadian drama.

  • Interviews conducted in 1974 and 1975 with Mrs. Edith Austin and
    Mr. and Mrs. Bower Brooks of Wakefield, Québec and with Roy Maher
    of Rupert, Québec.

  • Recollections of Herb Hopson, recorded in 1974. He discusses his
    career in aviation, ranging from his early experiences in 1928
    through to his service as a pilot with the Mackenzie Air Service
    from 1937 to 1939 and his activities as a pilot and executive
    with Trans-Canada Airlines from 1939 to 1969.

  • Interviews conducted in 1978 for Horowitz's book Striking
    Roots: Reflections on Five Decades of Jewish Life. Prominent
    members of the Canadian Jewish community talk about Judaism,
    Jewish life in Alberta and Manitoba, Jewish education and
    anti-semitism in Canada.

  • Interview conducted in 1973 by student Roy R. Maddocks with John
    Huyda, teacher and social worker, about the Great Depression,
    ethnic relations, the Second World War, and German
    prisoner-of-war camps in Canada.

  • Interviews conducted between 1940 and 1972 with three retired
    International Nickel Company (INCO) miners. Topics include
    working conditions in the INCO Sudbury mine.

  • Interviews conducted between 1989 and 1991 for the "Ottawa
    Decides, 1945-1971" oral history project. Robert B. Bryce,
    Louis Rasminsky and Mitchell Sharp discuss the development of
    Canadian public policy since the Second World War.

  • Interviews conducted with the Inuit in 1974 and 1975 for the
    preparation of two atlases on Inuit land use in the Canadian
    Arctic. The project was sponsored by the Inuit Tapirisat and the
    Department of Indian and Northern Affairs.

  • Interviews conducted between 1984 and 1986 for Warren's book
    The People's Senator: The Life And Times of David A. Croll,
    published in 1990. The collection consists mainly of interviews
    with Senator Croll, covering his experiences as a Russian-born
    Jewish immigrant and his political career from the 1930s to the

  • Interviews conducted in 1988 with farmers across Canada,
    discussing their various experiences and careers.

  • Interviews conducted in 1985 and 1986 with artistic directors,
    playwrights, actors and administrators about their experiences
    with the alternative theatre movement in Toronto during the late
    1960s and 1970s.

  • Interview conducted in 1970 with Annie Atwood about her
    great-aunt, Susanna Moodie, and her grandmother, Catherine Parr
    Traill, as well as about Agnes FitzGibbon Chamberlin, Alice Dunn,
    and pioneer settlement in Lakefield, Ontario. Interview
    conducted in 1970 with Barbara Morrow, Mary Traill and Jane
    Ridpath about Agnes FitzGibbon Chamberlin.

  • Interview conducted in 1976 by Andrew Jones of the Centre for
    Social Welfare Studies at Carleton University, with Martin Kelso
    about the life and career of J.J. Kelso, social reformer, pioneer
    of child welfare legislation, and public official.

  • Interviews conducted in 1974 in preparation for the book Man
    Along the Shore!: The Story of the Vancouver Waterfront.
    Vancouver longshoremen discuss life along the Vancouver

  • Interviews conducted in 1973 with Irving Layton and Sharon Klein
    about A.M. Klein, poet, Zionist leader and spokesman for the
    Jewish community.

  • Interview conducted in 1975 by Mr. Evanchuck, retired school
    inspector, with Dr. Vladimir Julian Kaye, scholar, about Kaye's

  • Interviews conducted in 1988 and 1989 for the Canadian
    Broadcasting Corporation radio series "Ideas", on the subject of
    access to information in Canada.

  • Extensive biographical interviews conducted between 1970 and 1980
    with J.B. Salsberg, trade union organizer, Communist Party
    activist and Jewish community leader.

  • Interview conducted by Stanley Knowles with John Bruce, trade
    union officer with the Association of Plumbers and Pipefitters.
    Interview with Susan Mann Trofimenkoff, historian, about Stanley
    Knowles. Interview by A.M. Nicholson, United Church Archives,
    with Stanley Knowles about politics and on being a minister.<br/>
    The interviews were recorded between 1959 and 1982.

  • Interviews conducted between 1978 and 1982 for Koch's books
    Deemed Suspect and Inside Seven Days, The Show That Shook
    The Nation. Interviewees include Patrick Watson, host and
    executive producer of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
    television series This Hour Has Seven Days; Laurier LaPierre,
    host; and Douglas Leiterman, executive producer.
    Interviews with German anti-Nazi refugees who were interned in
    Canadian camps during the Second World War.

  • Interviews conducted by Joy Kogawa of Mr. Susaki, Mr. Miyagowa,
    Dr. Percy Bunt, Isamu Matsumoto, Margaret Foster, Grace Tucker,
    Rev. Paul Nagano, Bill Tamagi, Mrs. Makishi, Mary Nago, Mr. K.
    Kohashigawa, Canon Nakayama, Mary Murshami and Howarth Tattersall
    about their immigration to Canada between 1900 and 1950 and
    Canadian Japanese missions.

  • Interviews conducted in 1976 with Richard Ritsing, Helmut Piir,
    E. Ulk, Endel Ruberg, A. Saar, Captains Jackson and Hakon and
    Senta Raudsepp about Estonia during the German occupation and
    their subsequent immigration to Canada.

  • Recollections of Father Joseph A. MacDonald of the Coady
    Institute in Puerto Rico about the Antigonish movement in Puerto
    Rico, and about Moses Coady and his philosophy on the
    co-operative movement. Interview by Ian MacPherson, faculty of
    history at the University of Victoria, with Dr. Alex Laidlaw
    about his activities, experiences and career in the co-operative
    The interviews were conducted between 1966 and 1972.

  • Interviews conducted in 1974 by journalist John Grohovaz with
    Carlo Lamberti, retired market gardener, labourer, singing
    teacher and socialist activist, about his immigration to Canada
    from Italy and his life in Canada. Includes references to the
    Co-operative Commonwealth Federation and the New Democratic

  • Interviews conducted in 1980 and 1981 about the history of women
    in Ontario from 1880 to 1930. The interviews cover all aspects
    of women's lives including pioneer life, work, religion,
    education, health and family life.

  • Interviews conducted between 1980 and 1989 by Harold Lawrence,
    retired Commander in the Royal Canadian Navy. Interviewees are
    officers and men in the Royal Canadian Navy, covering their years
    of service from 1914 to 1970; officers in the Royal Canadian Navy
    who served in Coastal Forces in motor torpedo and motor gunboats
    and landing craft during World War Two; and women in the Women's
    Royal Canadian Naval Service.

  • Interviews conducted in 1982 by Cynthia Le Dain to commemorate
    Christ Church Cathedral's 150th anniversary. Long-time members
    of the congregation of Christ Church Cathedral in Ottawa discuss
    the history of the city and the Cathedral, talk about its
    parishioners and describe the interior of the Cathedral.

  • Sound recordings of proceedings of meetings, off-air radio
    broadcasts, oral history interviews, etc., relating to Local 598
    (Sudbury) of the International Union of Mine, Mill and Smelter
    Workers. Special emphasis is placed on the rivalry between the
    Union and the United Steelworkers of America.

  • Interview conducted in 1976 with Dr. John S. Bonnell, retired
    Presbyterian Church Minister, about his youth, education,
    military service in the First World War, his ministries, his
    writings, travels, talks given by him during the Second World War
    in England and between 1940 and 1960 in the United States of
    America, and various personalities including Max Aitken, Billy
    Graham and Pope Paul VI.

  • Interview conducted during the mid-1970s with major participants
    in the Kirkland Lake goldminers' strike of 1941-1942.

  • Interviews conducted between 1958 and 1965 with senior western
    Canadian citizens, including George Cruikshank, Dr. W.H.
    Alexander, Jean Kelly, Mrs. K.F. Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey
    Surtzer, Mr. and Mrs Kurt Belloch and Tom Jamieson about their
    lives, careers, communities and recollections. Topics include
    pioneer life.

  • Interview conducted by Charles Templeton, editor of Maclean's
    magazine, for an article in the magazine, with Lester B. Pearson,
    former Prime Minister of Canada, about his experiences in sports
    and his impressions of hockey, past and present.

  • Interviews conducted in 1986 with labour activists involved with
    the Ottawa Allied Trades and Labour Association.

  • Interviews conducted between 1972 and 1986 by archivists of the
    National Archives of Canada, and accessioned separately.<br/>
    Interviews conducted by Arthur Grenke with German Canadians about
    their immigration to Canada, and experiences during the Second
    World War in Europe or Canada. Interviewees include Ernest
    Hengstler, Julius Furst, Clive von Cardinal, Bernard Hoeter, Fred
    Ziegler (accession number 1987-0157), George Fox (Fuchs)
    (1978-0049), William Mikolai, Elaine Mattes, Mr. and Mrs.
    Heinrich Grenke, Theodor Kreism, Helen Hooge, William Glesman
    (1978-0050), Heinrich Holtman (1978-0051), Fred Martin
    (1978-0042) and Anton Winterwerb (1984-0402). Other interviews
    dealing mainly with immigration are with Theo Humeniuk
    (1973-0036), sociologist and demographer Louis Rosenberg
    (1977-0145) and Anselmo Bortolotti (1975-0077).<br/>
    Interviews conducted by Robert J. Taylor with artist Eric
    Aldwinkle (1976-0127, 1976-0161), opera singer Sarah Fischer
    (1974-0075, 1975-0091), and author Paul Hiebert (1971-0029).<br/>
    Interview with senator Lazarus Phillips (1978-0280), public works
    engineer Albert E. Berry (1983-0344), Rear-Admiral H. Nelson Lay
    (1974-0005), historian Louis-Philippe Audet (1972-0026), and
    labour organizer T.F. McGuire (1973-0046).

  • Interviews conducted between 1952 and 1986 by Gary Marcuse,
    free-lance broadcaster, with politicians, public servants,
    musicians, composers and others, in preparation for radio
    Interviewees for the radio documentary The Cold War in
    Canada, broadcast on the CBC program "Ideas", include Irving
    Abella, A. Thomas Alsbury, Peter Aylen, C. Bayfield, Thomas
    Berger, Emil Bjarnason, Donald Browne, Robert Bryce, Carol
    Chipman, Roy Cooper, J.G. Endicott, Jack Granatstein, Francis
    A.G. Hamilton, John Jackson, Effie Jones, Roby Kidd, Angus
    MacPhee, Gerard Mansell, Mark McClung, George North, Khayamm Z.
    Paltiel, Geoffrey Pearson, Norman Penner, Len Peterson, Harry
    Rankin, Charles Ritchie, J.B. Salsberg, John Sawatsky, Lister
    Sinclair, Paul Siren, Arnold Smith, L.A.D. Stephens, Don Wall,
    Bill Walsh and Reg Whitaker.<br/>
    Interviewees for the CBC radio program Mostly Music include
    Harry Adaskin, Murray Adaskin, Robert Aitken, Pierrette Alarie,
    Louis Applebaum, Bill Baerg, Jim Campbell, Jean Coulthard,
    Charles Dallenbach, Marc Dubois, Chester Duncan, Maureen
    Forrester, Harry Freedman, Abe Galper, Nicholas Goldschmidt, Inga
    Granovaskaya, Ian Hampton, Karen Heidebrecht, Walter Homburger,
    Leonard Isaacs, Elmer Iseler, Frances James, Irene Jessner, Eli
    Kassner, Eugene Kowalski, Norbert Kraft, Anton Kuerti, Louis
    Lortie, Keith Macmillan, Phyllis Mailing, Dvora Marcuse, Maude
    McLean, Phil Nimmons, Barbara Pentland, Arthur Polson, Patricia
    Rideout, Jan Rubes, Léopold Simoneau, Harry Somers, Steven
    Steryk, Norm Symonds, Syd Thompson, French Tickner, Cam
    Trowsdale, Jon Washburn, Eugene Watts, John Weinzweig, Eric Wild
    and George Zukerman.<br/>
    Interviewees for the radio drama Official Secrets include
    Gerald Baldwin, Andrew Brewin, J.A. Cartwright, John G.
    Diefenbaker, J. McRuer, Jack Pickersgill and Joseph K.C.
    Interviewees for the documentary From War To Peace include
    Charles Delafield, Alan Familliant, Alan Heil, Gerard Rejskind,
    G. Da Silva, Dave Struthers and Betty Zimmerman.

  • Interviews conducted in 1979 by radio producer Andrew Marshall
    for a project on contemporary private radio in English Canada,
    sponsored by the National Archives of Canada. Radio station
    managers across Canada were interviewed in an effort to document
    the state of private commercial and community radio in Canada.

  • Interviews conducted between 1971 and 1974 for Senator Paul
    Martin Sr.'s book, A Very Public Life. Senator Martin talks
    about the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, hospital insurance,
    Louis St. Laurent, Canadian foreign affairs, the Canada
    Assistance Plan, the visit of Alexei Kosygin, Charles De Gaulle's
    1967 visit to Canada, Canadian relations with South Africa,
    Canadian-United States trade agreements of 1935 to 1938, and
    Norman Rogers.

  • Interviews conducted in 1980 by Heather McAlister, PhD candidate
    in sociology at the University of Toronto. Labour and government
    leaders discuss wage and price controls circa 1968-1978.
    Interviewees include Shirley Carr, Dennis McDermott, Mitchell
    Sharp, Ken Rose, Donald S. Macdonald.

  • Interviews conducted between 1960 and 1978 by Marion McCormick,
    broadcaster and writer, with famous personalities including
    friends and a relative of James Joyce, anthropologist Margaret
    Mead, economist and former American ambassador to India John
    Kenneth Galbraith, author Lawrence Durrell, poet Allen Ginsberg,
    Mayor of Montréal Jean Drapeau, and poet and critic Louis Dudek,
    and many others.

  • Interviews conducted between 1950 and 1969 by Marjorie McEnaney,
    freelance broadcaster. Includes interviews relating to the
    Stephen Truscott trial, interviews with friends and relations of
    Nellie McClung, with William Jones about his experiences with the
    partisans in Yugoslavia during the Second World War, and with
    Jean-Charles Harvey about the proposed invasion of St. Pierre and
    Miquelon during the Second World War.

  • Interviews conducted in 1967 and 1968 with Frank "King" Clancy,
    Assistant-General Manager of the Toronto Maple Leafs, about

  • Interviews and recollections recorded between 1972 and 1974 by
    Charlie Hyson of the Dominion Construction Company, on the life
    of engineer H.F. McLean. Interviewees include Murray Cooke,
    Gordon Mitchell, Arthur A. McLaren, Edison Hanlan, F.I. Ker and
    R.L. Hearn, all of whom were friends and/or colleagues of McLean.

  • Interviews conducted between 1960 and 1966 with A.G.L.
    McNaughton, retired Commander of the Canadian Armed Forces, about
    his military career, his colleagues, his recollections of Sir
    Winston Churchill, and McNaughton's involvement in the
    development of radar.

  • An extensive collection of interviews conducted between 1962 and
    1988 by broadcaster Bill McNeil for the Canadian Broadcasting
    Corporation radio program Voice of the Pioneer. Interviewees
    include members of the First World War entertainment troupe, the
    Dumbells; pioneer aviators, miners, broadcasters, politicians,
    authors, residents of Northern Ontario, and foresters. Among
    prominent interviewees are Colonel C.P. Stacey, John G.
    Diefenbaker, Judith LaMarsh and Joseph Smallwood.

  • Interview conducted in 1979 by Ian McPherson, professor of
    history at the University of Victoria, of Frank Shefferd, leader
    in the co-operative movement, about his activities in building
    the movement.

  • Interviews conducted during the late 1960s with Frank H.
    Underhill about his career at the University of Toronto, about
    the writing of Canadian history and about the concern for social
    justice in his political thought as determined by his youth,
    university training, studies at Oxford, war service, and
    university teaching. Also includes interviews with Underhill's
    sister Isa Miller, and with George Story and "Shine" Davis,
    Underhill's classmates in Stouffville, Ontario.

  • Interviews with Peter Mannering, founder of the Bastion Theatre
    in British Columbia; with Professor Ann Saddlemyer, about drama;
    with Michael Meiklejohn, about the Dominion Drama Festival and
    the Ottawa Little Theatre. The interviews were conducted between
    1981 and 1983.

  • Interviews conducted between 1963 and 1970 by David Millar,
    historian and filmmaker, about Lunenburg fishermen in Nova
    Scotia, the Winnipeg General Strike of 1919, and labour history
    in Canada between 1900 and 1920.

  • Former producers, directors, writers and editors of the Canadian
    Broadcasting Corporation discuss their work in television drama
    in interviews conducted between 1981 and 1989 by Mary Jane Miller
    for her publication "Turn Up the Contrast: CBC Television Drama
    Since 1952".

  • Interviews conducted between 1955 and 1961 with James Clarke,
    William and Nan Angus, May Milne, William John Pearson and Ed
    Chappell about painter David Milne and the Milne family.

  • Interviews conducted with four Okinawan pioneers in Southern
    Alberta. Collection also includes an interview by Gordon Kogawa
    of the Kohushigawas.

  • Interviews conducted between 1968 and 1971 by historian Ken
    Molson with aviators and aviation officials, about the history of
    aviation in Canada.

  • Harry Simon and Max Federman, two long-time labour officials and
    activists, talk about their recollections of the Labour Lyceum in
    Toronto and events and personalities in the Canadian labour
    movement. Also interviewed are John Bruce, President of the
    Toronto Labour Council, and William Jenoves and Joe Dwan of the
    United Steelworkers of America. The interviews were conducted
    between 1963 and 1986 by labour official Donald Montgomery.

  • Interviews conducted between 1960 and 1983 by Patricia Morley for
    her book Kurelek: A Biography, on Canadian artist William
    Kurelek (1927-1977).

  • Interviews conducted in 1972 and 1973 for articles in Motion
    Magazine. Interviewees include William Shatner, Christopher
    Plummer, Ted Kotcheff, Denys Arcand, Randy Quaid, Norman Jewison,
    Chief Dan George, Geneviève Bujold, Claude Jutra and many others.

  • Interviews conducted between 1970 and 1988 about worker
    co-operatives, women in business and politics, and Canadian
    scientists involved in the study of genetics, geology and global

  • Interviews conducted between 1957 and 1989 with various Canadian
    artists or individuals involved with art and art education in
    Canada, with an emphasis on the Group of Seven and women artists.
    The motivation and training of the artists are discussed. Some
    of the interviewees interpret their work and/or assess other
    artists' work. Interviewees include William Kurelek, Rita
    Letendre, Ian Carr-Harris, Alfred J. Casson, Christopher Pratt
    and Ken Danby. Included is an interview with Mary McCormick
    about artist Tom Thomson.

  • Interviews on various topics recorded between 1964 and 1984.<br/>
    Interview conducted by Dr. W.K. Lamb, Dominion Archivist, and
    John Andreassen, archivist of the Canadian National Railways,
    with Arthur J. Hills about his experiences as an employee of the
    Canadian Northern and Canadian National Railways from 1899 to
    Interview with archivist Leo LaClare of the National Archives
    about culture, archives, sound recordings and history. Entrevue
    de Raymond Vézina, conservateur d'oeuvres d'art aux Archives
    nationales du Canada, au sujet de Napoléon Bourassa et de son
    oeuvre. Interview with artist R.B. Wilson about his sketches on
    display in the National Archives/National Library building in
    Interview with Walter Neutel, head of Ethnic Archives about the
    Public Archives and the creation and function of the Ethnic
    Archives division.<br/>
    Interview of Dr. Wilfred I. Smith, Dominion Archivist, by Blanche
    Goudreault and Hladini Wilson for an article in The Archivist
    about the career of Dr. Smith.

  • Interviews commissioned between 1956 and 1977 by the National
    Film Board of Canada. Includes an interview with Stuart Legg
    about John Grierson; with automobile manufacturer R.S.
    McLaughlin; with Jawaharlal Nehru, Prime Minister of India; with
    Honourable J.A.D. McCurdy, pioneer aviator and former
    Lieutenant-Governor of Nova Scotia; with H.A. "Doc" Oaks, pioneer
    aviator; with Air Marshall Robert Leckie, pioneer bush pilot; and
    with Phil Larivière, also a pioneer bush pilot.

  • Interviews recorded between 1973 and 1976 for an oral history
    project on Canadian aviation personalities conducted by the
    Aviation & Space Division of the National Museum of Science and
    Technology. Interviewees include pilot Alexander Lilly, mechanic
    Allan Hunt, pilot and salesman Erik Nelson, flight instructor
    Zebulon Leigh, scientists J.J. Green and M.S. Kuhring, and many

  • Interviews conducted between 1967 and 1982 with senior or retired
    members of the staff and others associated with the work of the
    National Research Council. Interviewees discuss the National
    Research Council's activities and operations. Interviewees
    include F.H. Saunders, C.J. Mackenzie, W.H. Cook, Norman J.
    Grace, Carl A. Winkler, Armand Frappier, Dorothy Newton Swales,
    Roger Gaudry, Pierre Gendron, J. Stewart Marshall, and many
    others. Accession numbers: 1975-0011; 1975-0157; 1975-0159;
    1975-0176; 1975-0191; 1975-0202; 1976-0002; 1976-0023; 1976-0042;
    1976-0060; 1976-0063; 1976-0076; 1976-0112; 1976-0120; 1976-0187;
    1976-0202; 1977-0002; 1977-0027; 1977-0045; 1977-0068; 1977-0152;
    1981-0003; 1981-0007; 1982-0048; 1982-0065; 1983-0051.

  • Interview conducted in 1972 for Brown's book Death On The
    Ice. Cecil Mouland, survivor of the 1914 Newfoundland sealing
    disaster, discusses seal hunting conditions and traditions, the
    disaster, the rescue, and the court of inquiry.

  • Interviews conducted between 1970 and 1976 by A.M. Nicholson,
    United Church minister, provincial cabinet minister and Member of
    Parliament for the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation.
    Includes interviews with political figures such as M.J. Coldwell,
    Tommy C. Douglas and Stanley Knowles; with doctors such as Robert
    McClure and Wilder Penfield; and with personal friends about
    their lives and early days in Saskatchewan. Accession numbers:
    1972-0003; 1973-0040; 1973-0116; 1974-0001; 1974-0010; 1974-0022;
    1974-0055; 1974-0098; 1974-0112; 1974-0130; 1975-0026; 1975-0047;
    1975-0083; 1975-0123; 1975-0130; 1975-0132; 1975-0150; 1975-0182;
    1975-0201; 1976-0093; 1976-0097; 1976-0110; 1976-0122; 1976-0146;
    1976-0152; 1976-0172; 1976-0174; 1977-0064.

  • Interviews conducted between 1987 and 1989 by staff of the
    North-South Institute with key figures involved in international
    development and foreign aid.<br/>
    Entrevue du Père Georges-Henri Lévesque portant sur sa carrière
    nationale et internationale.

  • Interviews conducted by Professor Richard M. Alway with prominent
    political figures such as Lester B. Pearson, John G. Diefenbaker,
    Tommy C. Douglas and René Lévesque.<br/>
    Interviews conducted by Robert Reford of the Canadian Institute
    of International Affairs with scholars and political figures
    about war, history and foreign relations. Interviewees include
    Jack Granatstein, Robert Bothwell, Franklin Griffith, and William
    Interview conducted by Earle Toppings of the Ontario Institute
    for Studies in Education with Canadian writers Morley Callaghan,
    Margaret Laurence, Mordecai Richler, Hugh Garner, Hugh MacLennan,
    and Sinclair Ross.<br/>
    Interviews with a suffragette, an Inuit woman, and a 16 year old
    girl. Some of the interviews in this collection were conducted
    by the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education for the series
    Canadian Public Figures on Tape, Canadian Contemporary Issues on
    Tape, and Canadian Writers on Tape.<br/>
    The interviews were recorded between 1970 and 1978.

  • Interviews conducted between 1960 and 1977 with Graham Spry,
    Lorne Chagle, Grace MacInnis, Thérèse Casgrain, Andrew Brewin,
    C.C. Ames and Alf Farmilo about their involvement in politics.
    Includes references to the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation,
    the League for Social Reconstruction and the New Democratic

  • Interviews conducted in 1974 by University of Toronto students
    and funded by the federal program Opportunities for Youth. The
    recordings resulted in a book by Daphne Read entitled The
    Great War and Canadian Society. People who lived through the
    years of the First World War give their recollections and their
    opinions of the effect it had on Canadian society during and
    after the conflict.

  • Interviews conducted between June and November 1991 by Gordon
    Osbaldeston in preparation for his book Organizing to Govern.
    Former and current senators, members of Parliament and senior
    public servants discuss the structure and organization of the
    Canadian federal government.

  • Interviews conducted in 1985 with Kalmer Kaplansky about his
    career as a labour and human rights activist.

  • Interviews conducted between 1972 and 1975 with early Jewish
    settlers in Ottawa. Interviewees include Mrs. Betsy Benwick, Sam
    Caplan, Dr. Sam Mirsky, Mr. and Mrs. Mischa Zbar, Laibel
    Steinberg, Mrs. Mary Drazin, Jack Baker, Mrs. David Hoffman, and
    Dr. Israël Hoffman.

  • Interviews conducted in 1974 by Mietta Pagella, freelance
    broadcaster and writer, for a CBC radio documentary on David
    Lewis. Interviewees include David Lewis, Sophie Lewis, Stephen
    Lewis, Janet Solberg, Frank Scott, Charles Taylor, Ken Bryden,
    Louis Lenkinsky, Laurier LaPierre, Murray Weppler, Ed Broadbent,
    Tommy Douglas, C. Temple, Gerry Caplan, Cliff Scotton and Stanley
    Knowles. Topics include David Lewis' childhood, education,
    political career and teaching at Carleton University.

  • Recollections recorded in 1968 by Philip E. Palmer, retired chief
    of the Surveys and Mapping Branch of the Department of Mines and
    Technical Surveys of Canada, about his life and career, including
    his marriage to Emily Teed in 1914, and military service during
    the First World War in railway building (1916-1918).

  • Recollections recorded between 1970 and 1972 by George Raleigh
    Parkin about his experiences in the First World War, and
    interviews conducted with others about the background of his

  • Interviews conducted by Maryalice Stewart with former and present
    wardens, who recall their experiences with the National Park
    Warden Service. Recordings cover the period 1920-1984 and focus
    on the Warden service in Western Canada's mountain parks.<br/>
    Interviews conducted by William D. Addison with residents of the
    Nahanni National Park region in the Northwest Territories in the
    early and mid-1900s. Interviews recorded for the Canadian Parks
    Service's Nahanni National Park Oral History Project.<br/>
    Interviews of Ontario residents with a knowledge of the
    historical development of the Rice Lake and Trent River sectors
    of the Trent-Severn waterway, including construction and
    operation, utilization and waterpower, recreation and tourism,
    and resource development.<br/>
    Interviews conducted by J. Thompson and F. Harley with officers
    and crew of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police vessel the St.
    Roch. The interviews were done in conjunction with the
    restoration and interpretation of the St. Roch.<br/>
    The interviews were recorded between 1971 and 1985.

  • Lester B. Pearson discusses his days as a student, a professor,
    an External Affairs officer, a United Nations representative, a
    Nobel Peace Prize winner, as fourteenth Prime Minister of Canada,
    and as a statesman in retirement. The interview was conducted in
    1972 as part of a series of conversations entitled "Canadian
    Public Figures on Tape".

  • Interviews conducted in 1966 and 1967 by J.W. Bacque of the
    Macmillan Publishing Co. with lawyer and politician Charles Gavan
    Power (1888-1968). The interviewee represented Quebec South in
    the House of Commons from 1917 to 1955, when he became a senator.
    In 1935 he became Minister of Pensions and National Health, in
    1939, the Postmaster General, and in 1940, the Minister of
    National Defence.

  • Interviews conducted in 1972 as part of the Pickering Township
    Oral History Project. Interviewees include N.F. Tomlinson, Hugh
    J. Miller, Lloyd Johnston, Sidney Pugh, William Brown, Mrs.
    William Brown and Miss Brown, Andrew Glenn, Edna Green, Alan and
    William Clarke, Milton Parkin, Howard Turner, Wellington Chester,
    James "Mac" Armstrong, Fred Gostich and Howard Malcolm.

  • Interview conducted in 1957 by Royal Canadian Mounted Police
    Inspector T.E. Mudiman with Gabriel (Gabe) Leveille, retired
    scout and interpreter.

  • Interviews conducted in 1982 and 1983 by Fred Rainsberry for his
    book A History of Children's Television in English Canada.

  • Interviews conducted between 1976 and 1980 with pioneers of the
    Canadian Women's Army Corps about their experiences as CWACs,
    1941-1946. Includes an interview with Mrs. Margaret Eaton Dunn,
    retired Colonel.

  • Interviews of Gladys Reeves, retired photographer, about Ernest
    Brown and his career in photography, her own career, and
    photographic techniques from 1905 to 1930. The interviews were
    conducted in 1966 and 1967 by Hugh Taylor, George Brandak and
    Karl Kaesekamp, of the Provincial Museum and Archives of Alberta.

  • Interviews with George Burt, Dan Benedict, Harry Benson and Art
    Shultz, former labour leaders, about the United Auto Workers.
    The interviews were conducted in 1983 as research for the
    Canadian Broadcasting Corporation radio series "Ideas".

  • Interviews conducted in 1986 and 1987 with former Diefenbaker
    staff members Archie McQueen, Gordon Heatherington, Marjory Pound
    and Beatrice Eligh.

  • Entrevue réalisée en 1972 par Claude LeMoine, bibliothécaire,
    auprès d'Olive Robert, enseignante et infirmière retraitée, au
    sujet de sa vie, de sa famille, et de Marius Barbeau.

  • Interviews conducted between 1982 and 1988 by historian Wayne
    Roberts about the history and development of the trade union
    movement in Canada. Interviewees include Nels Thibeault, Irving
    Layton, Ruth Weir, Ross Dowson, Grace Hartman, George and Barbara
    Cadbury, Ken Bryden, Donald MacDonald, Elroy Robinson, Bill
    Smith, Murray Cotterill and many others.

  • Interview conducted in 1977 by journalist Clayton Sinclair with
    Major E.L. McCormick, about his experiences in the the Boer War.

  • Entrevue réalisée en 1975 par Denise Robillard, étudiante au
    doctorat à l'Université d'Ottawa. Maurice Huot, journaliste au
    Montréal Matin, et le père Émile Legault confient leurs
    souvenirs et impressions du Cardinal Paul-Émile Léger.

  • Interviews conducted in 1972 by Bertrand Robinson, mining
    engineer, with Hugh Sutherland, 105 year old former mining
    promoter, about his life and career. Sound quality is poor.

  • Interviews conducted between 1967 and 1985 with former Canadian
    and French rum-runners involved in the smuggling of liquor in the
    Maritime provinces of Canada, on the French island of St. Pierre
    and off the United States northeastern seaboard, during
    Prohibition (1922-1941). Topics include rum-running crews,
    boats, cargoes, financing, organization, communication systems
    (secret codes) and destinations. Prohibition Law enforcement in
    Canada and the United States, both on land and on the coastal
    seas, and hi-jackings of rum-running vessels are discussed.

  • Interviews with Canadian medical practitioners and scientists,
    about medical missionary Dr. George Gushue-Taylor, with Canadian
    prisoners of war during World War Two, and with survivors of the
    Warsaw ghetto.<br/>
    The interviews were conducted between 1983 and 1987.

  • Interviews conducted around 1970 with a Canadian prisoner of war,
    a sailor in the Canadian Navy, and a German intelligence officer.
    Included are interviews with French citizens about D-Day (June 6,
    1945). Some of the interviews were used as background material
    for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation series "Horizon".

  • Interviews conducted in 1967 and 1968 about religion,
    immigration, Christian-Jewish relations and Canadians living and
    working in Israel.

  • Interviews conducted between 1960 and 1982 by Reginald Roy,
    professor of military and strategic studies at the University of
    Victoria, with Second World War military officers about their
    military experiences during the Second World War. Interviewees
    include General E.M.L. Burns, Major-General George Pearkes,
    Major-General H.A. Young, Air Marshall C.R. Dunlop, Air Marshall
    R.J. Lane, Captain Marshal Stearns, Lieutenant-General R.W.
    Moncel, and many others. Some interviews were recorded for Roy's
    biography of Major-General Pearkes, For Most Conspicuous

  • An extensive collection of interviews conducted between 1985 and
    1987 to mark the Diamond Jubilee (60 years) of the Royal Canadian
    Legion. Members of the Royal Canadian Legion across Canada talk
    about their war experiences, career accomplishments, personal
    background and activities within the Royal Canadian Legion. Some
    parts of this collection are also in deposit in provincial

  • Interviews conducted between the 1950s and 1970s by Jaroslav
    Bohdan Rudnyckyj, professor of Slavic Studies at the University
    of Manitoba, with Ukrainians in Canada and Germany on the
    folklore, language and history of Ukrainian immigrants.

  • Interviews conducted between 1975 and 1977 by Professor John
    Sadouski for his book A History of Byelorussians in Canada.
    Members of the Byelorussian community in Canada were interviewed,
    mainly in the Russian language. Topics include Russia,
    immigration, pioneer life and ethnic relations.

  • Interviews conducted in 1976 and 1977 by Joseph Schull, author
    and playwright, with family and colleagues of Donald Gordon,
    public administrator and president of Canadian National Railways
    from 1953 to 1978. The interviews were used for Schull's book
    The Great Scot: A Biography of Donald Gordon.

  • Interview conducted in 1980 by John Shain for his Master's thesis
    on Frank R. Scott, poet, political activist, lawyer and
    professor. Frank Scott discusses his involvement with the League
    for Social Reconstruction and the Co-operative Commonwealth
    Federation in the 1930s and 1940s.

  • Interviews on the history of Canadian theatre, conducted between
    1950 and 1967 with Bill Adkins, Dorothy White, Glenn Gould,
    Douglas Campbell, Dora Mavor Moore, Mavor Moore, Mary Pickford,
    Sir Tyrone Guthrie, Amelia Hall, Bruno Gerussi, Johnny Wayne and
    Frank Shuster, William Shatner and many more. Includes
    references to the Ottawa Drama Guild and the Ottawa Little
    Theatre. Some of the interviews were recorded for use on the
    Canadian Broadcasting Corporation radio series Canadian
    Theatre Fact or Fancy.

  • Interviews conducted in 1971 with Japanese Canadians about their
    immigration to Canada, internment camps during the Second World
    War and their experiences as first generation Japanese Canadians.

  • Interview with Alex Sim, former director of Extension Services,
    MacDonald College, McGill University, about adult education.
    The interview was conducted in 1981 for the Québec government
    inquiry into adult education.

  • Interviews conducted between 1977 and 1979 by Sonja Sinclair for
    her book Cordial But Not Cosy: History of the Office of the
    Auditor General. Interviewees include James J. MacDonnell,
    former Auditor General, and other politicians and public servants
    involved with the office of the Auditor General.

  • Interview conducted by Charles Hill of the National Gallery of
    Canada for his book Canadian Painting in the Thirties with
    architect Hazen Sise, about art and Canadian painting in the

  • Interview conducted in 1971 with Arnold Cantwell Smith,
    Commonwealth Secretary General.

  • Interviews conducted between 1970 and 1987 with friends and
    acquaintances of Grey Owl (Archibald Belaney), for Smith's book
    From the Land of Shadows: The Making of Grey Owl.<br/>
    Grey Owl was an Englishman fascinated with Amer-indian culture,
    and a dedicated conservationist. The collection includes
    interviews with individuals associated with Grey Owl's speaking
    tours in the United Kingdom; with Keith Haddow, who worked with
    Grey Owl as a summer student forest ranger in 1920; with Cree
    elder John Tootoosis, about his friendship with Grey Owl and his
    own life story; and interviews with acquaintances of Chief
    Buffalo Child Long Lance.

  • Interview conducted in 1986 with Henry Hindley, retired public
    servant, about his career as a senior public servant in Britain
    and policy advisor to cultural institutions in Canada.

  • Entrevues réalisées en 1975 auprès de Guillaume Dunn, Jacques
    Gouin et Augustin Potvin, de la Société historique de l'ouest du
    Québec. Les personnes interviewées abordent leurs vies, leurs
    carrières, la Société historique de l'ouest du Québec, la
    deuxième guerre mondiale, le théâtre, R.B. Bennett, William Lyon
    Mackenzie King, Louis St-Laurent et Lester B. Pearson.

  • Entrevues réalisées entre 1943 et 1986 sur l'histoire de
    Radio-Canada, notamment celle de la radio.<br/>
    Les personnes interviewées comprennent Gérard Arthur, Henri
    Audet, Léon Baldwin, Paul Barrette, Oscar Bastien, Armand Bérubé,
    Marie Bourbeau, Paul-Émile Boutet, Laure Cabana-Pelletier,
    Paul-Henri Chagnon, Lucien Côté, Gabrielle Côté, Jean-Yves
    Contant, Robert Choquette, Albert Daemen, Germaine Dandois,
    Lionel Daunais, Charles Denoncourt, Jacques Desbaillets, Roger De
    Vaudreuil, Claude Dostie, Charles Frenette, Marcel Gagnon,
    Antonio Guimond, Marcel Henri, Emma Hodgson, Benoit Lafleur,
    Gérard Lamarche, René P. Landry, Raymond Laplante, André
    Lapointe, Jean-Marie Laurence, Paul Leduc, Raymond Lemieux,
    Alphée Loiselle, Joseph Marcotte, Albert Paré, Marcel Paré,
    Thérèse Rochette, Clotilde Salviati, Leonard Spencer, Lucien
    Thériault, Candide Lesage, Jean-Charles Chapais, Arthur Florent
    Forget, Raymond Lainé, Thomas Maher, Douglas A. Monk, Alphonse
    Ouimet, Adrien Pouliot, Paul-Marcel Raymond, Dick J. Van Bommel,
    Pierre Pétel, Jean-Paul Ladouceur, Juliette Marcoux, Oscar
    Marcoux, Guy Soussemet, Marie-Thérèse Paquin, Gérald Renaud,
    Gaston Dagenais et Guy Desormeaux.

  • Entrevues réalisées entre 1975 et 1984 et portant sur l'histoire
    de Radio-Canada, notamment l'histoire de sa télévision. Les
    personnes interviewées comprennent Jean Conjusteau, Florent
    Forget, Jean-Paul Ladouceur, Jean R. Lefebvre, Pierre Petel,
    Gaston Sarault, Pierre Juneau.

  • Entrevues réalisées entre 1977 et 1979 pour la série
    radiophonique "Si la radio m'était contée". Diverses
    personnalitées de la radio de Radio-Canada en racontent et
    rappellent l'histoire.<br/>
    Ce sont: Jean-Louis André, Gérard Arthur,
    Armand Baril, Maurice Baudoix, Gaston Beaulieu, Joseph
    Beauregard, Léonidas Bélanger, Roland Bélanger, Jean-Louis
    Béliveau, Marius Benoist, Henri Bergeron, Raymond Bernier,
    Jacques Bertrand, Armand Bérubé, Joel Le Bigot, Ferdinard Biondi,
    Rosemarie Bissonnette, Antonin Boisvert, Jacques Bordeleau,
    Aurélien Bouchard, Jacques Boucher, Robert Boulay, Marcel
    Bourbonnais, Jacques Brillant, Jean Charbonneau, Simonne
    Chartrand, Robert Choquette, Pierre Chouinard, Léo Cormier,
    Monique Cousineau, Roland Couture, Henri Cruzène, Mimi D'Estée,
    Lucien Daoust, Lionel Daunais, Raymond David, Edgar Demers, Paul
    Denis, Jean Desmarais, Louis Desrochers, André Duchenes, Guy
    Dufresne, Normand Fontaine, Lionel Forestier, Tharsis Forestier,
    Florent Forget, Jean-Marie Fortin, Louis Fortin, Raymond Fortin,
    Gilles Fournier, Paul Gagné, Bernardin Gagnon, Marie-Rose Gaudet,
    Donat Gauthier, Jacques Gauthier, Gérard Gravel, Nina Grossman,
    Aline Harrison, Gustave Héon, Georges Huard, Claude Hurtubise,
    Fernand Ipperciel, Charles-Émile Joly, Guy Lagacé, Raymond Lainé,
    André Lalonde, Jacques Lambert, Jacques Landry, Pierre Larose,
    Maurice Lavallée, Edmond Lavoie, Gérard Leblanc, Paul Legendre,
    Roland Lelièvre, Gilles Lévesque, Denis Lord, Thomas Maher,
    Raymond Marcotte, Séraphin Marion, Guy Mauffette, Martin
    Métivier, Lorenzo Michaud, Jeanne Mongenais, Lisette Morin,
    Alphonse Ouimet, Marcel Ouimet, Gabriel Paradis, Omer Parent, Guy
    Parizeau, Jean Patenaude, Aurèle Pelletier, Louis Pelletier,
    Marguerite Piché-Blain, Jean-Guy Pilon, Roland Pinsonnault, Marie
    Poulin, Roger Primeau, Robert Quenneville, François Raymond, Léo
    Rémillard, Paulette Richer, René Riel, Laure Riese, André Roy,
    Jean-Raymond Saint-Cyr, Armand Saint-Onge, Émile Savoie, Louis
    Tanguay, Reynald Teasdale, Louis Thériault, Marc Thibault,
    Jacques Thivierge, Estelle Noel de Tilly, Eugène Trottier, Rossel
    Vien et Théodorat Villemaire.

  • Interviews conducted between 1960 and 1970 with Canadian artists
    Roloff Beny, Edie Frankel, John Meredith, Claude Breeze, Michael
    Snow, Ayala Zacks and Paul Schoeler about art, photography, and
    sculpture. Some interviews were recorded in preparation for
    articles in Arts Canada.

  • Interviews conducted in 1970 with Max Gamaire, Rabbi Bender and
    Joseph Frank about A.M. Klein as a poet, Zionist leader and
    spokesperson for the Jewish community.

  • Recollections recorded in 1982 by General D.C. Spry of his
    activities as an infantry commander in the Canadian Armed Forces
    during the Second World War.

  • Interviews conducted between 1974 and 1976 by Sandy Stewart,
    executive producer of children's television at the Canadian
    Broadcasting Corporation, about the history of radio and
    television in Canada.<br/>
    Interviewees include Syd Kennedy, Ted Briggs, Aubrey Mack, Duke
    Neilsen, Frances James, Esse W. Ljungh, Bill McLintock, Foster
    Hewitt, Bob Christie, Harry Boyle, Alphonse Ouimet, Ernie
    Bushnell, Don MacPherson, and John Barnes.<br/>
    Stewart is the author of A Pictorial History of Radio in
    Canada, From Coast to Coast: A Personal History of Radio In
    Canada, and Here's Looking At Us: A Personal History of
    Television in Canada.

  • Interviews recorded between 1972 and 1978. Recollections by Fred
    V. Stone, secretary to the Premier of Alberta from 1934 to 1935,
    and by Russell N. Smith, First World War pilot, about his
    experiences during the Great War.

  • Interviews conducted between 1987 and 1990 with Canadian labour
    and political personalities on the history of labour and
    left-wing activism in Canada. Interviewees include Shirley Carr,
    Allan Blakeney, Bob Rae, Gerald Caplan, William Kashtan, Howard
    Pawley, Marcel Rioux, Walter Pitman, Donald C. MacDonald and many

  • Interviews conducted in 1981 and 1982 with theatre personalities
    about the history of the Stratford Festival. Interviewees
    include Irene Worth, Floyd Chalmers, Norman E. Kay, Dr. Harrison
    A. Showalter, Dr. Alfred and Mrs. Dama Bell, and Tanya

  • Interviews conducted between 1972 and 1989 on a number of topics
    including Canadian politics, health services, the judicial
    system, communications, finance and ethnic relations. Several of
    these interviews were used in preparation for Stursberg's books,
    including Diefenbaker: Leadership Gained; Diefenbaker:
    Leadership Lost; Mister Broadcasting: The Ernie Bushnell
    Story; Lester Pearson and the Dream of Unity; Lester
    Pearson and the American Dilemma; The Golden Hope: Christians
    in China; and Roland Michener: The Last Viceroy. The
    collection consists of 218 separate accession numbers.<br/>
    Interviewees include Douglas Abbott, Hazen Argue, Harold and Nina
    Atkinson, Louis Audette, Léon Balcer, Gerald Baldwin, John
    Bassett, A.E. Nancy Bell, Richard A. Bell, Edgar Benson, George
    Birch, Florence Bird, Mr. and Mrs. John Braun, Clément Brown,
    William P. Bundy, E.L.M. Burns, Ernest Bushnell, Esmond Butler,
    Léo Cadieux, Colin Cameron, Donald Cameron, Donald Camp, Réal
    Caouette, Lucien Cardin, Julia Carey, Chesley Carter, Thérèse
    Casgrain, Lionel Chevrier, Jean Chrétien, Gordon Church, Gordon
    Churchill, William Clark, Ralph Collins, John J. Connolly, Ernest
    Côté, James Coutts, Ralph Cowan, Keith Davey, Jack Davis, J.-P.
    Deschâtelets, Elmer Diefenbaker, John G. Diefenbaker, Walter
    Dinsdale, Tommy C. Douglas, C.M. Drury, Yvon Dupuis, James
    Endicott, Roy Faibish, Ellen Fairclough, H.F. "Temp" Feaver,
    Muriel Ferguson, Doug Fisher, Fred Fisher, John Fisher, Donald
    Fleming, Hugh John Flemming, Jacques Flynn, Eugene Forsey, Jean
    Fournier, Robert Fowler, David Fulton, E. Davie Fulton, Carl
    Goldenberg, Eddie Goodman, Walter Gordon, Howard Green, J.J.
    Greene, Alice Griffiths, Alistair Grosart, Gowan Guest, Greg
    Guthrie, Justice Emmett Hall, Alvin Hamilton, William Hamilton,
    Douglas Harkness, W. Averell Harriman, Robert Hart, Salter
    Hayden, Harry Hayes, George Hees, Paul Hellyer, Herbert W.
    Herridge, Katherine Hockin, John Holmes, Simma Holt, Floyd Honey,
    Gord Howe, R.H. Hubbard, Bruce Hutchison, George Ignatieff, Elsie
    Inman, Mel Jack, Pauline Jewett, E.B. "Ted" Jolliffe, Raymond
    Joyce, Stuart Keate, Hugh Keenleyside, Tom Kent, Eric Kierans,
    Betty Kingston, Stanley H. Knowles, Joan Ewen Kovich, Judith
    LaMarsh, Maurice Lamontagne, Raymond Langlois, Mrs. Sherwood
    Left, David Lewis, Henry Cabot Lodge, A. H. MacDonald, Malcolm
    MacDonald, Mary Macdonald, A.J. MacEachen, Grace MacInnis, Bryce
    Mackasey, M.A.M. Mackenzie, Norman A.M. Mackenzie, Victor Mackie,
    Angus MacLean, Alan MacNaughton, Ernest Manning, Jean Marchand,
    Guy Marcoux, Paul Martin, Paul Martineau, George Master, John
    Matherson, Nevitt Maybee, Robert McClure, A.M. McDonald, Frank
    McGee, Fred McGrand, George McIlraith, Don McKinnon, Mrs. Duncan
    McRae, Merril Menguies, Arthur Menzies, Robert Michener, Roland
    Michener, Peter Mitchell, Hartland Molson, J. Waldo Monteith,
    Mary Gofarth Moynan, Eric Neilson, Jim Nelson, N. John Nichol,
    J.R. Nicholson, John R. Nicholson, Richard O'Hagan, Grattan
    O'Leary, Ralph Outerbridge, Dan Overmeyer, Norman Paterson,
    George Pearkes, Geoffrey Pearson, Gérard Pelletier, Lawrence T.
    Penvell, Jean-Luc Pépin, Arthur Peretz, G.W. Pickersgill, Sidney
    Pierce, Senator Josie Quart, Mary Kilborn Rakuson, Louis
    Rasminsky, Escott Reid, Burton L. Richardson, Evelyn Ricker,
    Charles Ritchie, John Robarts, Richard Rohmer, Chester Ronning,
    Earl Rowe, Dean Ruck, Maurice Sauvé, William Saywell, Pierre
    Sévigny, Mitchell Sharp, Gordon Shrum, W.W. "Bill" Small, Joseph
    Smallwood, Arnold Smith, Geoff and Jara Smith, Erik Spicer,
    Robert Stanfield, Michael Starr, G.G. Ernest Steele, William
    Stewart, Leonard Street, Gladys Strum, Peter Stursberg, Walter
    and Mary Stursberg, Robert Thompson, Robert N. Thompson, Walter
    Turnbull, John Turner, Tom Van Dusen, David Walker, James Walker,
    Lewis Walmsley, Mel Watkins, Grace Wells, Max Wessof, L. Earl
    Wilmott, Harold Winch, Maurice Wright, Christopher Young, and
    Lubor Zink.

  • Interview conducted in 1989 with Commodore John Petter Dobson,
    who served from 1919 to 1961 aboard Canadian Pacific ships,
    notably on trans-Atlantic voyages.

  • Interviews conducted in 1983 with retired women journalists
    Evelyn Caldwell, Helen Bateson, and Nikki Moir, about their

  • Interview conducted in 1967 with Mrs. E. Leake about homesteading
    at the beginning of this century.

  • Interviews conducted between 1977 and 1983 with labour activists,
    including Taime Davis and Gower Markle. Topics include trade
    unions, the United Steelworkers of America, and women's rights.

  • Interviews of Benjamin Tett, retired lumber merchant, and Mrs. D.
    Bolton, about railroads, the Brockville and Westport railway,
    Newboro, Ontario, canals and the Rideau Canal. The interviews
    were conducted in 1973 by historians W. Naftel and Lieutenant
    Colonel Harry Wethey.

  • Interviews conducted between 1960 and 1979 with members of the
    staff of the National Theatre School and with actors, producers
    and teachers of drama about the Dominion Drama Festival and the
    effects it had on regional theatre. Interviewees include Lady
    Bessborough, Richard MacDonald, Pauline McGibbon, Amelia Hall,
    William Adkins, Robertson Davies, Emrys Jones, Yousuf Karsh,
    Gratien Gélinas, and many others.

  • Interviews with Labour pioneers in the Thunder Bay area about
    their working history, working and living conditions, their
    involvement in labour, political, ethnic and religious
    organizations, their participation in demonstrations and strikes,
    and the effect on their community of national and international
    events like the First World War, the Winnipeg General Strike of
    1919, the Great Depression of the 1930s and the Second World War.
    The interviews were conducted between 1970 and 1972 as part of a
    project funded by the federal program Opportunities for Youth.

  • Interviews conducted between 1958 and 1979 about John Diefenbaker
    and his wife Olive. Some of the interviews were recorded for use
    in the television series "The Diefenbaker Years".

  • Interviews conducted between 1967 and 1977 for a radio
    documentary on Agnes MacPhail.

  • Interviews conducted in 1975 with Stanley Knowles about his life
    and career in politics and the Co-operative Commonwealth

  • Interviews conducted in 1982 as part of the Multicultural Media
    Skills Development Project. Ukrainian Canadians chronicle many
    aspects of Ukrainian culture in Canada, including the history of
    the community, religion, language, education, art, business and

  • Interviews conducted between 1974 and 1979 with union leaders.
    Interviewees include Bill Ross, leader of the Manitoba Communist
    Party; Gower Markle, Director of Education and Welfare for the
    United Steelworkers of America in Canada; William Mahoney,
    National Director of the United Steelworkers of America in
    Canada; and Charlie Millard, former National Director of the
    United Steelworkers of America in Canada.

  • Interviews conducted between 1974 and 1978 about the shaping of
    commercial and labour legislation, the resolution of major labour
    disputes, the success or failure of commercial endeavors, the
    development of collective bargaining relationships, and the
    emerging regulation of working conditions in the Atlantic
    provinces. Interviewees include Milton F. Gregg, Horace
    Pettigrove, Hugh John Fleming, Edgar E. Fournier, Donald
    MacDonald, Frank Crilley, Henry Harm, Angus MacLeod, A.J. Doucet
    and others.

  • Interviews conducted in 1968 by George A. Cowley, Deputy Director
    of Cultural Affairs Division, External Affairs Department, with
    Mrs. Georges P. Vanier about her education, her military service
    as a nurse in the First World War, her marriage, her
    recollections of diplomats and politicians, her work in hospitals
    during the Second World War, her husband's diplomatic career, his
    appointment as Governor-General of Canada in 1959, her life in
    the Governor-General's residence, and the lives and careers of
    her children.

  • Interviews with members of 132 Squadron Royal Canadian Air Force
    and 14 Squadron Royal Canadian Air Force about the Curtis
    Kittyhawk fighter plane (accession numbers 1975-0178, 1975-0183);
    interview with wireless operator Norman Wiseman about the reserve
    squadrons before and during the Second World War (1973-0085);
    interviews with Stuart Graham, retired aviator and civil servant,
    about his military service during the First World War, his career
    in aviation, and the Second World War (1973-0052). The
    interviews were conducted in 1973 and 1975, mainly by Carl

  • Interviews conducted between 1960 and 1989 by archivists of the
    Visual and Sound Archives Division of the National Archives of
    Canada, and accessioned separately.<br/>
    Interviews conducted by Ernie Dick with J. King Gordon, theology
    student, journalist, United Nations information officer,
    professor and consultant on international development (accession
    numbers 1974-0121, 1975-0012, 1975-0073, 1975-0195, 1976-0079,
    Interviews conducted by Michie Mitchell with film director Gordon
    Sparling (1974-0083, 1977-0138, 1979-0097, 1979-0108, 1979-0117,
    1979-0131, 1979-0136, 1979-0176, 1979-0184, 1979-0186,
    1980-0092), Enid Fryer (1974-0087), cameraman Norman Gunn
    (1974-0085), former filmmaker Geoffrey Keighley (1974-0104),
    advertising and display artist Delmar Cochrane (1989-0420),
    theatre and film director Edgar J. Stone (1974-0084), and
    cinematographer Roy Tash (1974-0088), former filmmaker King Irish
    (1974-0089, 1974-0103), former filmmaker Donna King (1974-0086,
    1974-0102), and film producer George Patton (1974-0072,
    1974-0082). The last three persons were interviewed in
    cooperation with William Galloway, who also interviewed pioneer
    filmmaker and theatre manager Arthur Larente (1974-0012).<br/>
    Interviews conducted by Leo LaClare with audio engineer Chester
    E. Beachell (1973-0035), retired storekeeper Enna Field
    (1972-0038), retired sound engineer Eric Handley (1973-0006),
    public servant Jack W. Pickersgill (1973-0038), and Michael
    Starr, Chairman of the Workmen's Compensation Board of Ontario
    and former Minister of Labour (1973-0095).<br/>
    Entrevues réalisées par Jean-Paul Moreau auprès de Marcel Ouimet,
    pionnier de Radio-Canada (1977-0004), et Yves Thériault, écrivain
    Interview conducted by Josephine Langham with Esse W. Ljungh,
    former Canadian Broadcasting Corporation radio drama producer
    (1979-0033, 1979-0038, 1979-0045, 1979-0118).<br/>
    Interview conducted by Alex Grant with Dr1983-0289, 1984-0151,
    1984-0412 and 1984-0480. Linwood Br president of the New England
    Grenfell Foundation (1975-0027).

  • Interviews conducted in 1976 by journalism student Laurence Wall
    with war correspondents and military officials during the Second
    World War, including Allan Duckett, Marcel Lambert, Brian McCool,
    Ross Munro, Charles Lynch, A.E. Powley, Roy Beamish, Art Holmes,
    Doug McFarlane and Brigadier H.E.T. Doucet.

  • Interviews conducted between the 1950s and 1972 by Canadian
    Broadcasting Corporation journalist and foreign correspondent,
    Charles Wassermann. Interviewees include artists, workers,
    politicians and members of the intelligentsia of Czechoslovakia,
    Hungary and East Germany, as well as heads of state such as
    Edward Heath, Prime Minister of Great Britain; Indira Gandhi,
    Prime Minister of India; and Ali Bhutto, President of Pakistan.
    Interviewees also include Jack Pickersgill, Canadian Minister of
    Immigration; Maurice Chevalier, French comedian; and Kurt
    Waldheim, Secretary-General to the United Nations.

  • Interviews conducted in 1970 for a school project by Jeremy
    Webber when 12 years of age. His grandfathers, Adolphus Browne
    and Harry G. Webber, talk about their experiences in World War
    One (1914-1918).

  • Interviews conducted in 1985 with union leaders, activists and
    employees for the radio documentary "Labour at the Crossroads",
    broadcast as part of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation series
    "Ideas". Interviewees include André Cadieux, Wayne Roberts, Ed
    Lavalle, Jim Clancy, Cheryl Kryzaniwski, and Jean-Claude Parrot.

  • Interviews conducted in 1987 with members of the Canadian Union
    of Postal Workers (CUPW), for the published report Mail and
    Female: Women and the Canadian Union of Postal Workers. The
    interviews focus on women in CUPW, part-time versus full-time
    work, the role of women and women's committees in the union, paid
    maternity leave, arguments within the union, regional issues and
    technological change. Included are two interviews with CUPW
    president Jean-Claude Parrot.

  • Interviews conducted between 1960 and 1975 by journalist Marjory
    Whitelaw with Native peoples of the Six Nations Reserve about
    ceremonies, customs, the Indian Act, and Indian pride. Other
    interviewees include author Margaret Laurence, artist Alex
    Colville and New Brunswick citizens and officials discussing Lord

  • Interviews conducted in 1975 for International Women's Year.
    Winnifred Hendricks, Mrs. Valerie Lowry, Marguerite McDougall,
    Ella Gilfouy, Clara Clifford, Elsie Waterford, Ella Beardmore,
    Mrs. Irene Wheeler, Kay Poulton, Grace Paterson, Kay Christie,
    and Mrs. Lena Tanner talk about their personal experiences and
    employment during the Second World War.

  • Interviews conducted in 1984 and 1985 by Don Wilson of the
    Department of Veteran's Affairs with veterans of the First World
    War (1914-1918) and the Second World War (1939-1945), about their
    military experiences.

  • Interviews conducted between 1968 and 1971 by Marian Wilson,
    theatre administrator. Includes interviews with theatre
    personalities Ruth Springford and Edith Styles, and with Lillian
    Duchemin, Secretary of the Dominion Drama Festival, and Anne
    Bond, Publicity Assistant of the Charlottetown Summer Festival,
    about theatre in Prince Edward Island, the Charlottetown Summer
    Festival, and the Confederation Centre in Charlottetown, Prince
    Edward Island.

  • Interview conducted in 1977 by Olga Woycenko, researcher and
    writer, with Peter Dobush, artist and architect, about his youth
    and education, his career as an architect, art collection, art
    techniques, the Second World War, and various personalities
    including C.D. Howe, Arthur Lismer, and Reverend J.M. Shaver.

  • Interviews conducted between 1962 and 1966 by Walter Young for
    his biography of M.J. Coldwell, social reformer and politician.
    M.J. Coldwell talks about the League for Social Reconstruction
    and the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation.

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