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Collection Details


Collection Name: Guelph Civic Museum Oral History Collection
Repository Name: Guelph Civic Museum [Repository Details]
Repository Location: Guelph, Ontario, Canada
Dates Spanned: 1981-1984
Description: Various short interviews collected between 1981 and 1984. The Speedside Reformatory Hospital Collection (Col. No. OH 984.1-2 AB) pertains to the treatment of World War I soldiers at that institution. Miss Dora Paul (No. 981.2a-d) discusses early families and living conditions in Guelph. "Scottie" Agnes Grieve McLean (OH-SM) directed one-act plays at the Ontario Agricultural College in Guelph from 1926 to 1955. She was a director for Gueph Little Theatre and at McMaster University as well. At age 16, Harry Branijan (OH0HB1) was the youngest person working on ship in the Great Lakes, on passenger boats in Kingston and Sarnia. English. Open.
Estimated Total of Interviews: 5
Broad Subjects: Geography; Biography; History
ASP Subjects: Biography; Canada; Cities and towns--Ontario; City and town life--Ontario; Guelph (Ont.)--History; Guelph, ON; Local history; Ontario; Oral history
Collection Code: OHC0003696