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Anil elephant drops dead : [newspaper article]

Item is a clipping of a newspaper article by an unidentified author titled "Anil Elephant Drops Dead." The article is about the death of Balakrishnan, an elephant brought to East River, Nova Scotia by the Anil Canada Ltd. hardboard plant.

Balakrishnan dies of blood infection at East River : [newspaper article]

Item is a clipping of a newspaper article by Barbara Hinds titled "Balakrishnan Dies Of Blood Infection At East River." The article was probably published in the Chronicle Herald or Mail Star in 1968. The article is about the death of Balakrishnan, an elephant brought to East River, Nova Scotia by the Anil Canada Ltd. hardboard plant. The article is accompanied by a photograph of Balakrishnan and his keeper, Sankunni.

Cutlines for photograph of Sankunni

Item is a cutline written by Barbara Hinds to accompany a photograph of Sankunni, an Indian mahout or elephant keeper. There are two copies of the cutline, one on yellow paper with corrections written in pencil.

Cutlines for photographs from McNab's Island

Item consists of three typed cutlines for photographs taken on McNab's Island. The cutlines describe a pier on McNab's Island and Mrs. Farrant, an inhabitant of the island. Two of the cutlines are the same. The cutlines are typed on thin paper with corrections written in pencil.

Letter from an anonymous writer to Barbara Hinds

Item is a letter sent to the Chronicle-Herald for Barbara Hinds by an anonymous employee of the Anil Canada Ltd. hardboard plant. The letter details the poor living conditions of Balakrishnan, an elephant that was brought to East River, Nova Scotia by the Anil plant.

Recording of Barbara Hinds talking to children

Item is a reel-to-reel recording of Barbara Hinds talking to three Inuit children. Hinds asks the children questions about their names, games that they like to play, and school. The recording also includes children singing "Row, Row, Row Your Boat" and "Frère Jacques" in English, French, and Inuktitut.

Recording of Morris dancers performing and other recordings

File contains a series of short recordings about folk dancing. The recordings include music from a folk dancing competition; the Betty Jones Town Band; the U.N. choir rehearsing; Alpine horns; Swiss yodeling; the sound of Morris dancers from Lancashire performing; and Barbara Hinds interviewing two unidentified men about Morris dancing.

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 a barge being unloaded at Apex Hill

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.

Recording of an interview with Abraham Ogpik

Item is a recording of Barbara Hinds' interview with Abraham Ogpik in Frobisher Bay. Ogpik talks about Inuit people being taught to adapt to white people's lifestyle and the effects on Inuit culture.

Recording of an interview with Alan Innes-Taylor

File contains a reel-to-reel recording of Barbara Hinds interviewing Alan Innes-Taylor. Innes-Taylor talks about how he came to Dawson City, his past employment as a police officer, gold mining, the Gold Rush Festival, and other topics.

Recording of an interview with Alma Houston

File contains a reel-to-reel recording of Barbara Hinds' interview with Alma (or possibly Allie or Ellie) Houston in Cape Dorset. The interview is about Houston's life in the Arctic.

Recording of an interview with Beatles fans before a concert

File contains a reel-to-reel recording of Barbara Hinds interviewing several different people in the United Kingdom about the Beatles. Hinds interviews two unidentified men, and a third man named Mr. Taylor about the success of the Beatles. Hinds also interviews a group of young women who are waiting before a Beatles concert.

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 Bob Green

File contains a reel-to-reel recording of Barbara Hinds' interview with Bob Green, superintendent of the Rehabilitation Centre in Frobisher Bay. Green talks about the history of the rehabilitation centre, the centre's workshops, a young man who was a resident of the centre, and other topics.

Recording of an interview with Bryan Pearson

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.

Recording of an interview with Bryan Pearson

Item is a recording of Barbara Hinds' interview with Bryan Pearson, a general contractor in Frobisher Bay, Northwest Territories. Pearson talks about how he came to the north, employing Inuit people, his past jobs, and other topics.

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.

Recording of an interview with Father Pieters

File contains a reel-to-reel recording of Barbara Hinds' interview with Father Pieters, an Oblate missionary in Davis Inlet. Father Pieters talks about the population of Naskapi and others who live at Davis Inlet. He talks about babies, clan water, tents, and other topics. The label on the reel says that it is an interview with Mr. Phelps but the interview is a continuation of the one in MS-2-130, Box 11, Folder 6, which is with Father Pieters.

Recording of an interview with Father Pieters

File contains a reel-to-reel recording of Barbara Hinds' interview with Father Pieters, an Oblate missionary in Davis Inlet. Father Pieters talks about about the population of Naskapi and others who live at Davis Inlet. He discusses poverty and the infant death rate.

Recording of an interview with George Clark

Item is a recording of Barbara Hinds' interview with George Clark, somewhere in the eastern Canadian Arctic. Clark talks about seal hunting and the danger of shrinking seal populations. The recording is preceded by a short recording of Barbara Hinds describing a seal hunt that she attended.

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.
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