An Interview with Edith (nee Lohn) Thompson who was born in British Columbia. She enlisted in the RCAF Women’s Division in 1942 in secretarial positions and postwar than worked for senior medical health officer. Her brother Earl served overseas in Italy throughout the war. Edith and her husband George moved to California in 1963 but moved back to Vancouver in 1983 following the death of their youngest son; safety and the lack of violence prompted move. Ran 'Vancouver Antique Centre' on Richard and Harris and was quite successful. Involved in Hadassah, the Vancouver Art Gallery and is a member of Richmond Country Club.
An interview with Harold Wodlinger who was born in Manitoba in 1890. He worked as a telegraph operator before joining the Canadian Army in the Artillery Corps and after he left. Harold bought a business in Leask, Saskatchewan from and Englishman and ran it for thirty years, though he also ran a farm in Leask raising cattle. Harold’s daughter Helen was in Vancouver so they decided to move to Vancouver in the 1970's. The interview is an in depth recount of the Wodlinger family history since arriving in Canada in the 1880's.
An Interview with Dave Sears who was in the prairies and moved to Vancouver in 1934. Davediscusses golfing and golf courses in the Greater Vancouver area: Gleneagles Golf Club, Langara Golf Club, Cedarcrest, Pacific Northwest Golf Association.
An Oral History interview with Sam Zack who was born in British Columbia in 1916. He worked for many years in his family's business; Regal Clothiers. Sam's mother was a founding member of New Westminster's Royal City Hadassah Chapter. The interview mainly consists of discussing the Jewish community in New Westminster, it's evolution since the 1920's with little Jewish life to a more vibrant community; as well as comparisons with Vancouver.