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Interview with Nancy Jardine and Vicki Froats

Item is a sound recording of an interview with Nancy Jardine and Vicki Froats. Jardine and Froats discuss their 25-year relationship, their attendance at LGBT spaces and events in Halifax, and their experiences coming out. The interview was conducted by Bronwyn Lee on December 10th, 2021 as part of the Nova Scotia LGBT Seniors’ Archive’s Lesbian Oral Histories Project.

Interview with Joan MacLeod

Item is a sound recording of an interview with Joan MacLeod. MacLeod discusses her European travels and time living in the UK, her significant romantic relationships, and her interactions with LGBT events and organizations in Pictou Country and other parts of rural Nova Scotia. The interview was conducted by Elizabeth Fitting on December 10th, 2021 as part of the Nova Scotia LGBT Seniors’ Archive’s Lesbian Oral Histories Project.

Interview with Anne Bishop and Jan Morrell

Item is a sound recording of an interview with Anne Bishop and Jan Morrell. Bishop and Morrell discuss their interactions with the LGBT community and organizations in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and Ontario; their political activism; and navigating communal living in Pictou County in the 1980s. The interview was conducted by Elizabeth Fitting on February 24th, 2022 as part of the Nova Scotia LGBT Seniors’ Archive’s Lesbian Oral Histories Project.

Interview with Paula Arsenault

File contains a sound recording of an interview with Paula Arsenault. Arsenault discusses how she came to understand her sexuality, her experiences with psychiatric treatment in the 1980s, her involvement with the Lesbian Gay and Bisexual Conference in early 1990s, and her interactions with feminist organizations in Pictou County and Halifax. The interview was conducted by Sam Ginther on December 11, 2021 as part of the Nova Scotia LGBT Seniors’ Archive’s Lesbian Oral Histories Project.

Interview with Karen Lorraine

Item is a sound recording of an interview with Karen Lorraine. Lorraine discusses her experience with discrimination in the military, her attendance at LGBT bars and social events in Halifax, her understanding of her gender and sexuality, her romantic relationships with men and women. The interview was conducted by Elizabeth Fitting on December 3rd, 2021 as part of the Nova Scotia LGBT Seniors’ Archive’s Lesbian Oral Histories Project.

Interview with Pamela Pahl

Item is a sound recording of an interview with Pamela Pahl. Pahl discusses coming to terms with her sexuality in Brandon, Manitoba, before moving to Nova Scotia; her experiences in the military; and experiences with Pride Parades, music festivals, and LGBT groups. The interview was conducted by Elizabeth Fitting on November 26th, 2021 as part of the Nova Scotia LGBT Seniors’ Archive’s Lesbian Oral Histories Project.

Interview with Sara avMaat

File contains a sound recording of an interview Sara avMaat. avMaat discusses her work as an artist and physiotherapist; her involvement womens' and LGBT organizations in Halifax, including Pandora and the Halifax Women's Housing Co-op; her coming out experience; and her relationships. The interview was conducted by Bronwyn Lee on November 1st, 2021 as part of the Nova Scotia LGBT Seniors’ Archive’s Lesbian Oral Histories Project.

Interview with Sharon Beasley

File contains a sound recording of an interview Sharon Beaseley. Beasley discusses her work in food distribution, her experience using a sperm donor to conceive with her former partner, her involvement with the Youth Project and other LGBT organizations and events, and her relationships and coming out experience. The interview was conducted by Bronwyn Lee on December 8th, 2021 as part of the Nova Scotia LGBT Seniors’ Archive’s Lesbian Oral Histories Project.

Interview with Sue and Nicky Perkins

File contains a sound recording of an interview Sue and Nicky Perkins. The Perkins' discusses their 40-year relationship and subsequent legal fight for marriage equality in Nova Scotia, coming out after 13 years together, and their participation in NSRAP, Safe Harbour Metropolitan Community Church, and other LGBT groups and events in Halifax. The interview was conducted by Jacqueline Gahagan on November 27th, 2021 as part of the Nova Scotia LGBT Seniors’ Archive’s Lesbian Oral Histories Project.

Interview with Susan Adams

File contains a sound recording of an interview Susan Adams. Adams discusses her involvement with LGBT choirs, organizations, and political activism in the 1980s and 1990s; her coming out experience, her work in libraries, her thoughts on the sociopolitical environment in Antigonish, and her spirituality. The interview was conducted by Oscar Campbell on November 5th, 2021 as part of the Nova Scotia LGBT Seniors’ Archive’s Lesbian Oral Histories Project.

Interview with Susan Larder

File contains a sound recording of an interview Susan Larder. Larder discusses living in rural Nova Scotia, her coming out process and relationships with family, her experiences with harrassment, her works as a counsellor, and her involvement with lesbian social groups. The interview was conducted by Elisabeth Rondinelli on December 15th, 2021 as part of the Nova Scotia LGBT Seniors’ Archive’s Lesbian Oral Histories Project.

Interview with Susan Walsh

File contains a sound recording of an interview Susan Walsh. Walsh discusses raising her children, working as a children's entertainer and artist, her relationships with family and romantic partners, and coming out in her forties. The interview was conducted by Elisabeth Rondinelli on October 28th, 2021 as part of the Nova Scotia LGBT Seniors’ Archive’s Lesbian Oral Histories Project.

Interview with Diane Walsh

Item is a sound recording of an interview with Diane Walsh. Walsh discusses reckoning with sexuality coming from a Catholic background, her relationships with women, and her experiences working in adult education as an out lesbian. The interview was conducted by Sam Ginther on November 3, 2021 as part of the Nova Scotia LGBT Seniors’ Archive’s Lesbian Oral Histories Project.

Interview with Lynette Richards

Item is an audio recording of an interview with Lynnette Richards. Richards discusses her experience coming out as a lesbian, moving to Nova Scotia, working as a self-employed stained-glass restoration and repair person, and connecting with the gay and lesbian communities in Nova Scotia. The interview was conducted by Liz Fitting on October 13, 2021 as part of the Nova Scotia LGBT Seniors’ Archive’s Lesbian Oral Histories Project.

Rocky Jones : interview with political activist

File is an audio reel that contains an episode of From these Roots, a CKDU radio program. This episode is an interview with Rocky Jones, a political activist born in Truro, Nova Scotia. He received his law degree from Dalhousie University in 1992. This episode aired March 17, 1991 and was rebroadcast March 20, 1991; April 17, 1991; July 31, 1991; May 23, 1995 on The Evening Affair, CKDU's public affairs program; and November 28, 1996 on The Evening Affair.

Growing up Black in Halifax : part 3 of 3

File is an audio reel that contains the first part of a three-part series from CKDU radio, Growing up Black in Halifax. In this episode, Tracey Jones speaks with Belinda MacFadyen of CKDU radio. The episode aired April 1, 1989 and was rebroadcast April 9, 1989 on Title Waves, a CKDU program that featured interviews with African-Canadian authors.

Growing up Black in Halifax : part 2 of 3

File is an audio reel that contains the first part of a three-part series from CKDU radio, Growing up Black in Halifax. In this episode, Tracey Jones speaks with Belinda MacFadyen of CKDU radio. The episode aired April 1, 1989 and was rebroadcast April 6, 1989 on Title Waves, a CKDU program that featured interviews with African-Canadian authors.

Growing up Black in Halifax : part 1 of 3

File is an audio reel that contains the first part of a three-part series from CKDU radio, Growing up Black in Halifax. In this episode, Tracey Jones speaks with Belinda MacFadyen of CKDU radio about the Steering Committee established to consider the Push Excel program in Halifax.

Rocky Jones on Racism : part 1 of 2

File is an audio reel containing an episode of Rocky Jones on Racism, a radio program broadcast on CKDU radio 88.1. This episode is part 1 of 2 featuring Rocky Jones with CKDU's Dan Hart on the Donald Marshall inquiry, the Black United Front, criminal justice, and black communities. The episode was recorded on September 29, 1988, and was broadcast on October 3, 1988 on Title Waves, a CKDU radio program, October 11, 1988, and October 12, 1988

Rocky Jones on Racism : part 2 of 2

File is an audio reel containing an episode of Rocky Jones on Racism, a radio program broadcast on CKDU radio 88.1. This episode is part 2 of 2 featuring Rocky Jones with CKDU's Dan Hart on racism in institutions and administration, including the Donald Marshall inquiry and the Black United Front. The episode was recorded on September 28, 1988, and was broadcast on October 4 , 1988 on Title Waves, a CKDU radio program.

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 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 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.

Recordings of interviews with pilots in Fort Chimo, Quebec

File consists of short clips of Barbara Hinds' interviews with pilots in Fort Chimo, Quebec. There are two men being interviewed on the recording but the reel is labeled with the names Michael Ross, Gordon Braley, and Jacques Dumas. The pilots tell stories about being pilots in the north. The recording is preceded by pilot talking over a radio.

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 Red Peterson

File contains a reel-to-reel recording of Barbara Hinds' interview with Red Peterson, the trading manager at the Hudson's Bay Company in Cape Dorset. The interview is about fur trading and walrus hunting in Frobisher Bay.

Recording of an interview with Mrs. Elinor Coakley

File contains a reel-to-reel recording of Barbara Hinds' interview with Mrs. Elinor (Baker) Coakley at the Sunset Home in Dawson City. Coakley talks about her life in Dawson City, her past in Australia, and her past work. The interview is preceded by an introduction by Barbara Hinds.

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 Max Budgell

File contains a reel-to-reel recording of Barbara Hinds interviewing Max Budgell, a northern service officer in Port Burwell. Budgell talks about the char fishery co-op and the journey to Sept-Iles.

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 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 Reverend Michael Gardner

File contains a reel-to-reel recording of Barbara Hinds' interview with Reverend Michael Gardner, an Anglican missionary in Cape Dorset. Gardner talks about the difference that Christianity has made to Inuit people and how the church got their organ.
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