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Agnes Etherington Art Centre (Queen's University) and Canadian Art - 1957; Queen's University. Opening of Synchrotron - 1950.

Bieler, Andre and Jackson, Alexander Young at Art Centre; Coolidge and Gray at Synchrotron Opening. Side One: Bieler talks about Art Centre - broadcast on CKWS on Nov. 29, 1957; Jackson talks about Canadian Art - Nov. 29, 1957; Coolidge on Scientific Heritage - Jan. 27, 1950; Gray on Synchrotron - Jan. 27, 1950; print through. Side Two: Installation of W.A. Mackintosh - Oct. 19, 1951; Print through.

Annie Coates (tape 1 of 2)

Mrs. Coates describes her experiences during the early part of this century in England and in Canada. This recording gives a descriptive account of the daily life of people in lower economic strata during the early 1900's. Side One: Interviewer Susan Conley interviews Annie Coates. Side Two: blank.

Annie Coates Tape 2 of 2

Mrs. Coates describes her experiences during the early part of this century in England and in Canada. This recording gives a descriptive account of the daily life of people in lower economic strata during the early 1900's. Also interviewed was Mrs. Elizabeth Kingston, who gives a similar account of her life. Side One: Interviewer Susan Conley interviews Mrs. Coates and Mrs. Kingston together. Side Two: blank.

Archibald C.E. Ritter

Mr. Ritter, Director of Education, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington Public School Board, Kingston, Ontario, discusses the development of Victoria School in Kingston, the implementation of programs there, and the training of student teachers at the School. Side One: Interviewer Susan Conley interviews Mr. Ritter. Side Two: continuation of interview.

Barbara Elizabeth Ettinger

Retired nurse, Barbara Ettinger discusses the early days of Victoria School in Kingston, which was used as a "model school" for training of teachers by the Faculty of Education, Queen's University. She also talks about her father D.G. Ettinger, Principal of Victoria School who was awarded an Honorary Doctor of Laws Degree by Queen's University in 1935. Side One: Interview by Reinolde Van Weringh. Side Two: Continuation of interview for 3/4 of side, rest blank.

Benjamin Pape interviewed by Phil Creighton on July 27, 1978, in Toronto.

Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants Oral History Project. Interview of Benjamin Pape, C.A. Side One: Pape discusses how he became a C.A., as a Jewish man. 1921 started as Junior in accounting, up to being in charge of audits. Went to another firm where his religion was not a hinderance. Joined Institute. Talks about firm he was a partner in and work they did discussed. Side Two: Continuation of above talk. Pape discusses taking on new partners. Presently getting out of business. Talk for about first 1/3 of tape side, other 2/3 blank.

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