Individuals associated with the “Paths and Pathfinders” program, including a politician, a community leader, a Freeman of Mission, a World War I nurse, the first Japanese-Canadian woman to settle in Mission, a teacher, a pioneer of Mission, and the founder of Stave Falls Scottish Dance School, speak about their lives.

Title: Mission History
Box: E
File: 2
Topic: Paths and Pathfinders: Women of Mission
Interviewer: Suzanne Mathieson
Interviee(s): C. Marcellus, D. Mercer, Cheryle Macdonald, Claire Clemo, Cecilia Perry Clevens, Sumako Fujino, Constance Dempster, Gerry Gill, Olive Lane and various other individuals
Date: November 25, 2000
Scope: 2 audio tapes
Length: N/A
Summary: Individuals associated with the “Paths and Pathfinders” program, including a politician, a community leader, a Freeman of Mission, a World War I nurse, the first Japanese-Canadian woman to settle in Mission, a teacher, a pioneer of Mission, and the founder of Stave Falls Scottish Dance School, speak about their lives.