History of the Harrison family in Nanaimo
Harrison, Victor Birch
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Audio recording of two interviews with Victor Birch Harrison: the first from an unknown date, and the second from September 16, 1968. Mr. Harrison describes living in Departure Bay during the 1890s, where his family had regular interactions with the Dunsmuirs. Mr. Harrison also gives details about his legal career in Nanaimo, and his understanding of this history of the Nanaimo Bastion. Between the two interviews with Mr. Harrison, the interviewer, William Barraclough, gives a brief history of the Harrison family, including details about Mr. Harrison's grandfather, Eli Harrison, Sr., and father, Eli Harrison, Jr.
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