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Part two of a talk on shipbuilding given by D. Mitsatsos

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.

Recording of an interview with Mike Bamblett

Item is a recording of Barbara Hinds' interview with Mike Bamblett, a bartender in Dawson City, Yukon. Bamblett talks about how he came to Dawson City, his past jobs, and drinking habits in Dawson City.

Recording of an interview with Noah Groves

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.

Recording of an interview with Ross King

Item is a recording of Barbara Hinds' interview with Ross King, who works for Northern Labrador Affairs. King talks about what his work entails and Inuit people living in Labrador.

Recording of an interview with Bob Green

Item is a recording of Barbara Hinds' interview with Bob Green, from the rehabilitation centre in Frobisher Bay. Green talks about education and training programs at the rehabilitation centre.

Recording of an interview with Mrs. Delouite

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.

Recording of unidentified men talking over a radio

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.

Recording of an interview with Mr. Eccles

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.

Recording of an interview with Max Budgell

Item is a recording of Barbara Hinds' interview with Max Budgell. Budgell talks about the aging population of Port Burwell, the challenges of living there, the fishery, and other topics.

Recording of an interview with Joan Cotton

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.

Recording of an interview with Mr. Eccles

Item is a reel-to-reel recording of Barbara Hinds' interview with Mr. Eccles (or possibly Elcot). Mr. Eccles talks about the benefits of music education for handicapped children.

Recording of an interview with Mrs. Sam Dodds

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.

Recording of an interview with Pierre Williamson

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.

Recordings from a school in Frobisher Bay, Northwest Territories

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.

Recording of an interview with George Koneak

Item is a recording of Barbara Hinds' interview with George Koneak. Koneak talks about a period of time when his family was going hungry and about a measles epidemic in the 1950s.

Recording of an interview with Major Longan

Item is a recording of Barbara Hinds talking to Major Longan laughingly about what he'd like to say to the public and how he talks to his crew. The recording was made on Independence Day in 1960.

Recording of a Brownies and Girl Guides meeting

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.

Recording of an interview with Phil Sacré

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.

Recording of children singing

Item is a recording of children singing in English, French, and Inuktitut. The recording is probably from Mrs. Delouite's Brownies and Girl Guides meeting in Frobisher Bay.

Recording of an interview with Pina Elisapee

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.

Recordings from Pangnirtung

Item is a recording of Barbara Hinds telling a story about a man named Kilabuk Pik in Pangnirtung; Hinds talking to an unidentified man in Pangnirtung; Hinds talking about the journey to Pangnirtung on the Rupertsland; sounds from the Rupertsland; and Hinds talking to an unidentified man on the Rupertsland.

Recording of an interview with Keith Crow and other recordings

Item is a recording of Barbara Hinds describing a group of children playing in a water hole; sounds of children playing; Barbara Hinds talking about her visit with Keith Crow in George River; Keith Crow playing the guitar; and Barbara Hinds' interview with Keith Crow about shipping fish.

Recording on an interview with Mr. Page

Item is a recording of Barbara Hinds' interview with Mr. Page in Frobisher Bay. Page talks about a laundromat in Frobisher Bay. The beginning of the recording introduces George Crow from George River, but Hinds refers to the interviewee as Mr. Page later in the recording.

Recording from on board the Rupertsland

Item is a recording made by Barbara Hinds while on board the Rupertsland, near Savage Island. The recording includes Hinds describing the voyage, Hinds talking to an unidentified man, and sounds of the wind.

Recording of an interview with Captain Doug Creaser

Item is a recording of Barbara Hinds' interview with Captain Doug Creaser, the area superintendent in charge of the department of transportation's sea lift. Creaser is from Halifax, Nova Scotia. Creaser talks about shipping in the north.

Recording of an interview with Mr. Blanchard

Item is a recording of Barbara Hinds' interview with Mr. Blanchard, a seal fisher somewhere in the eastern Canadian Arctic. Blanchard talks about what it's like to be a seal hunter and how they kill the seals.

Recording of an interview with Mr. Graves

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.

Recording of interview with Madge Allured

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.

Recording of an interview with Marion Dodds

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.

Recording of an interview with Mrs. Dodds

Item is a recording of Barbara Hinds' interview with Mrs. Sam Dodds in Fort Chimo, Quebec. Mrs. Dodds talks about teaching Inuit women to cook with new foods and make handicrafts.

Recording of pigeons cooing

Item is a recording of pigeons cooing. A man's voice can be heard occasionally in the background. The pigeons are connected to the Liverpool Amalgamation of Homing Pigeon Societies.

Recording of an interview with Corporal Allen Crawford

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.
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