File 7 - CBC Radio Interview: Paul Thistle; Terry Dartnell; John Wade; Diana Grayson

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CBC Radio Interview: Paul Thistle; Terry Dartnell; John Wade; Diana Grayson

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CA SWM RG3-005-1-7

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  • 1989-1995 (Creation)
    Thistle, Paul; Dartnell, Terry; Wade, John; Grayson, Diana

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1 file textual records, 2 cassette tapes [sound recordings]

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Consists of two cassette tapes (PA91.7.1, PA95.7.1) and an interview summary (PA2011.1) of various CBC Radio interviews regarding the Sam Waller Museum, the 150th anniversary of the Anglican Mission at The Pas, and Henry Kelsey. Topics covered include Paul Thistle talking about Mission Island photographs, highlights of the 150th Anglican mission anniversary celebrations, and the Franklin sundial; Terry Dartnell discussing a photograph exhibit, restoring and enlarging photographs, earliest photographs from the 1870s/80s, hand-painted photographs of Sam’s parents, and subjects of other photographs; Paul Thistle discussing Henry Kelsey, Kelsey’s travels, interactions with First Nations, and Hudson’s Bay Company relations with First Nations, the Kelsey 300th Anniversary celebrations, Deering’s point; North Country’s guess the mystery person; the closing of the Little Northern Museum and opening of the new museum, Sam’s collection; the Guymer family and Mrs. Guymer’s dress; John Wade on the inauguration of the Sam Waller Museum and Wade’s time in The Pas; Diana Grayson on Leone Hayes Grayson’s great trout returns to Flin Flon; Paul Thistle appealing for information on the old courthouse, 300 prairie years, the grand opening of the Sam Waller Museum, and an archaeology workshop.

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Sam Waller Museum

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Created June 5, 2012

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