Transcription of a tape recorded interview with James Rugg, a farmer born in 1883, conducted by Doug Bocking in Saskatoon on May 27, 1962. Records Mr. Rugg's reminiscences of pioneer farming experiences near Saskatoon. (2 copies.)
Transcript of an interview recorded by Saskatchewan Archives Board staff at Carragana on June 12, 1963. Records Mr. and Mrs. Mawhinney's experiences as pioneer settlers on a soldier settlement holding following the First World War.
Tape recorded interview of Harry Ford (born 1880) of Humboldt, made by A.M. Nicholson on August 4, 1974. Ford reminisces about his pioneer farming experiences in the Humboldt area, farm organizations and his work in building replicas and models of the Red River cart.
Transcript of a tape recorded interview of Harry Marsh (born 1887) of Rosetown, who was interviewed on November 20, 1975 by Arthur Ross and Douglas Bocking. Marsh reminisces about his experiences as an emigrant from England and was interviewed about his work with a number of organizations including the Saskatchewan Grain Growers' Association, the Farmers' Union of Canada, the Saskatchewan Wheat Pool, and politically his association with the Progressives and Co-operative Commonwealth Federation.
Transcript of a tape recorded interview with Morris Sideman, who was born in the Ukraine in 1911 and came to Canada in 1921. His father bought a general store in Langenburg in 1927 and Morris continued the business until 1976. Sideman speaks of the store business, the Langenburg community, and his Jewish faith. Interviewed by D'Arcy Hande, March 12, 1976.
Transcript of a tape recorded interview with Ernest J. Morris (1905-2004). Morris discusses his experiences and knowledge of airplanes and aeronautics in Saskatchewan, the Regina Flying Club and one of its instructors, Roland J. Groome, covering the period from about 1912 to 1960. Recorded June 24, 1976.
Transcript of a tape recorded interview of Miss Frieda F. Termuende (1896-1988) of Lanigan, made on April 7, 1975 by Douglas Bocking. The Termuende family developed extensive farms in the Lanigan area and raised pure bred cattle. Miss Termuende reminisces about the history of the family farm.
Gilbert Johnson (1892-1985) was born on a homestead near Langenburg. He was a farmer in the Marchwell district, an insurance salesman at Melville and a Saskatchewan Wheat Pool agent at Brewer and Marchwell. He was involved in the Farmers' Union of Canada, the Farmers' Educational League, the Independent Labor Party, and was an avid local historian. Interviewed by D'Arcy Hande, March 13, 1976.
Bertram Tash was born at London, England in 1909. His father brought the family to Canada and was a tailor in Battleford and Saskatoon. Bertram also worked as a tailor, but moved on to work as an electrician, an instructor for Royal Canadian Air Force wireless operators during the Second World War, and a technical school instructor in Saskatoon. He also was an avid amateur radio operator and was involved in the Saskatoon local of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers. Interview by D'Arcy Hande, November 1975.
Rebecca Elizabeth Vossen was born in 1912 above her father's printing shop at Watson and knew the business her whole life. She became the editor of the Watson Witness, originated by her father, in 1930. Interviewed by D'Arcy Hande, January 15, 1976.