Petawawa Public Library Digital Collections
Interview - Mr. Jack Clouthier


Description
Listen to the Jack Clouthier Interview Here:
Creators:
Jack Clouthier, Interviewee
Darlene Fitzgerald
, Interviewer
Media Type:
Audio
Text
Item Type:
Audiocassettes
Description:
This audio is from a recorded interview with Mr. Jack Clouthier of Petawawa, Ontario. Discussions of the lumber industry in the Petawawa area dominates most of the interview.
Notes:
This interview has not been transcribed. A summary of the interview can be downloaded on the right hand navigation bar of this page.
This audio has been edited to remove long pauses and silences to decrease playing time.
Date of Original:
May 24, 1984
Date Of Event:
circa 1903
Playing Time:
00:10:45
Subject(s):
Local identifier:
PPL_IV_ClouthierJ
Collection:
Len Hopkins Collection
Language of Item:
English
Geographic Coverage:
  • Ontario, Canada
    fltLatitude: 45.90012
    Latitude: 45.90012 Longitude: -77.33277
Creative Commons licence:
by-nc-nd [more details]
Copyright Statement:
Protected by copyright: Uses other than research or private study require the permission of the rightsholder(s). Responsibility for obtaining permissions and for any use rests exclusively with the user.
Copyright Date:
1984
Copyright Holder:
Petawawa Public Library
Copyright Holder Contact Information:
Petawawa Public Library
16 Civic Centre Rd.
Petawawa, Ontario
K8H 3H5
Tel: 613 687-2227
info@petawawapubliclibrary.ca
Recommended Citation:
Interview - Mr. Jack Clouthier. [Audio] 1984. Petawawa Public Library Digital Collection. Insert URL Accessed: Insert date.
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Interview - Mr. Jack Clouthier


This audio is from a recorded interview with Mr. Jack Clouthier of Petawawa, Ontario. Discussions of the lumber industry in the Petawawa area dominates most of the interview.