Item is part one of a presentation on the shipbuilding conditions around the world, given by D. Mitsatsos. The location and date of the talk is unknown.Part of Side B includes Greek spoken word and music that "nothing to do with the presentation of the shipbuilding condition around the world" and is provided as entertainment.
Item is a reel-to-reel recording of Barbara Hinds' interview with Joan Ryan, a teacher in George River. Ryan talks about how the community was built, her students, and her teaching career. The interview is accompanied by a recording of children singing; a recording of a school lesson; and Barbara Hinds talking about the school.
Item is a reel-to-reel recording of Barbara Hinds' interview with Marion Dodds, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dodds. Marion talks about the school she attended in George River, Quebec. The interview was recorded in Fort Chimo, Quebec.
Item is a recording of Barabra Hinds' interview with Madge Allured, the post master in Frobisher Bay. Allured talks about the history of their post office, fish and seal meat in the mail, the Christmas rush, and a story about mail that was thrown overboard from a plane.
Item is a recording of Barbara Hinds' interview with Panee (or possibly Pina) Elisapee, a 13-year-old girl from Cape Dorset. Panee was helping to carry bags of sugar from a barge in Apex Hill, near Frobisher Bay, Northwest Territories.
Item is a recording of Barbara Hinds' interview with Glen Hecking (or possibly Hacking or Hancock), a clerk for the Hudson's Bay Company store in Frobisher bay, Northwest Territories. Hecking talks about how supplies are shipped to Frobisher Bay.
Item is a recording of Barbara Hinds talking to an unidentified man who is unloading a barge at Apex Hill, near Frobisher Bay, Northwest Territories; sounds from the barge; Barbara Hinds talking to a girl who is carrying supplies; and Barbara Hinds talking about the barge and warehouse.
Item is a recording created by Barbara Hinds while a barge was being unloaded at Apex Hill, near Frobisher Bay, Northwest Territories. The recording includes Barbara Hinds talking to an unidentified man; Barbara Hinds talking to a girl carrying supplies; and Barbara Hinds describing the unloading.
Item is a recording made by Barbara Hinds during a seal hunt that she attended in Frobisher Bay. The recording also includes sounds from the boat; snow buntings singing; Hinds talking to Bob Green about the boat and hunting
Item is a recording of some rumbling sounds, probably from the airport; Barbara Hinds' interview with Phil Sacré from the Carter Construction Company about the construction of the new runway at the Frobisher Bay airport; men talking over a radio asking for permission to blast in a hill; and sounds from the blasting.
Item is a recording of Barbara Hinds' interview with Mrs. Delouite, the Guide commissioner for the Brownies and Girl Guides in Frobisher Bay. Mrs. Delouite talks about the girls in the Brownies and Girl Guides, particularly the Inuit girls, and their uniforms. She also talks about two girls, Annie and Lucy, who were selected to go to a Girl Guide camp down south.
Item is a recording from a meeting of the Brownies and Girl Guides Frobisher Bay pack. The recording includes Brownies and Girl Guides singing in English and Inuktitut; Mrs. Delouite talking; Brownies playing games; girls reciting the Brownie motto; girls being enrolled as Girl Guides; and Barbara Hinds talking to Annie and Lucy, who were selected to go to a Guide camp down south.
Item is a recording of a grade 2 reading lesson at a school in Frobisher Bay; students singing God Save the Queen; Barbara Hinds interviewing Gordon Goward, a teacher in Frobisher Bay; Barbara Hinds talking about end of term reports at the school; and a woman translating a report in Inuktitut.
Item is a recording of Barbara Hinds telling a story about an Anglican church that she attended in Cape Dorset, Northwest Territories. The story is about an Inuit man named Putuguk (uncertain spelling) who built the church, how the missionary Mike Gardner came to Cape Dorset, how his son Kananginak bought the organ for the church, and how Hinds ended up playing organ at the church.
Item is a reel-to-reel recording of Barbara Hinds' interview with Mr. Eccles (or possibly Elcot). Mr. Eccles talks about teaching music to a group of teachers and how playing music and playing in a band benefits children.
Item is a recording of Barbara Hinds' interview with Pierre Williamson, the chief air traffic controller at the Frobisher Bay airport. Williamson talks about the runway at the airport, emergencies, power failures, and his work week. The interview is followed by the sound of a helicopter from an icebreaker called the John A. MacDonald, which is in Frobisher Bay.
Item is a recording of Barbara Hinds' interview with Joan Cotton. Cotton talks about why she came to Labrador from England, her work in Makovik, taking care of children at a school in North West River, and what it's like to live in Labrador.
Item is a recording of Barbara Hinds' interview with Noah Groves. Groves talks about his trip to Montreal and compares it to North West River, Labrador, where he lives. He also talks about the economy in North West River. The interview is interrupted by a horn blowing.
Item is a series of short recordings which all appear to have been recorded in England. The recordings include and unidentified man talking about the life span of earthworms; sounds from a train station; sounds from a sporting event, possibly a horse race; and a brass band playing God Save the Queen.
Item is a recording of Barbara Hinds commenting on the British as animal lovers. She talks about how British people are concerned about animal welfare and how they love their pets. The recording is preceded by a short clip of people applauding.
Item is a recording of Barbara Hinds' interview with Mrs. Sam Dodds. Mrs. Dodds talks about when she first got married and moved up north to Port Harrison. She also talks about the challenges of living up north, including food, receiving visitors, and schooling.
Item is a recording of an unidentified man speaking in Inuktitut (or possibly another language); beeping noises (possibly from a radio); and two unidentified men talking over a radio in English about transporting fish. Johnny Ananak and Willy Eetuk are named by one of the men.
Item is a recording of Barbara Hinds' interview with Mr. Graves, the principal of the school in Frobisher Bay. Graves talks about woodworking and other vocational training at the rehabilitation centre in Apex Hill. The recording includes sounds of students working in the wood shop.
Item is a recording of Barbara Hinds' interview with Bryan Pearson, a general contractor in Frobisher Bay. Pearson tells a story about a disaster while baking bread. He also talks about the challenges of building houses in Frobisher Bay.
Item is a recording of Mrs. Sam Dodds talking to her daughter Marion over a two-way radio. Marion is at school in George River. They talk about cookies and boots that Marion would like to have sent to her.
Item is a recording of Barbara Hinds interviewing Mr. Morris while he is hauling up an anchor before leaving Lower Savage Island for Pangnirtung, Nunavut. Hinds asks Morris about sailing conditions. The interview is followed by Barbara Hinds talking about the journey to Pangnirtung on the Rupertsland and the firing of a cannon at Pangnirtung.
Item is a recording of Barbara Hinds' interview with Corporal Allen Crawford from the Frobisher Bay detachment of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. Crawform talks about crime in Frobisher Bay and issues with Inuit people and alcohol consumption.