Petawawa Public Library Digital Collections
Interview - Mrs. Callie Logan (nee Black)
Description
Listen to the Logan Interview Here
Creators
Callie Logan, Interviewee
Donna Bowes
, Interviewer
Media Type
Audio
Text
Item Type
Audiocassettes
Description
This audio is from a recorded interview with Mrs. Callie Logan (nee Black) of Shady Nook, Ontario. She discusses her time as a teacher in Petawawa, including information about the classes, some local people, salaries, and about the military camp.
Notes
There are unexplained gaps in the narrative, located at 00:03:48 and again at 00:07:15.
This audio has been edited to remove long pauses and silences to decrease playing time.
Date of Original
July 26, 1982
Date Of Event
circa 1938
Playing Time
00:15:42
Subject(s)
Local identifier
PPL_IV_Logan
Collection
Len Hopkins Collection
Language of Item
English
Geographic Coverage
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 45.9005216538074 Longitude: -77.2846984863281
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 - Mrs. Callie Logan (nee Black). [Audio] 1982. Petawawa Public Library Digital Collection. Insert URL Accessed: Insert date.
Contact
Petawawa Public Library
Email:ppldigitalcollection@gmail.com
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Interview - Mrs. Callie Logan (nee Black)


This audio is from a recorded interview with Mrs. Callie Logan (nee Black) of Shady Nook, Ontario. She discusses her time as a teacher in Petawawa, including information about the classes, some local people, salaries, and about the military camp.