Family life, getting lost in town as a child, grandfather’s mink farm, stores and businesses in Mission, the robber known as Bagley who blew up the Harrison Hot Spring Bridge, design of the house, the changes that have occurred in downtown Mission, the cinema, music festivals, St. Andrews and Caledonia Society, May Day Celebrations, the fair, the Japanese people in Mission, women and work after the war, men after the war, the flood, the train station, the train robbery and the fire hall, courtship, and moving to Hamilton

Title: Mission History
Box: F
File: 6
Topic: Memories of Early Mission
Interviewer: Jo Haste
Interviee(s): Mildred Vollick
Date: May 2, 2000
Scope: 2 audio tapes; transcription
Length: N/A
Summary: Interviewee discusses her early childhood, birth at Mission Memorial Hospital, family life, getting lost in town as a child, her grandfather’s mink farm, stores and businesses in Mission, the robber known as Bagley who blew up the Harrison Hot Spring Bridge, design of the house, the changes that have occurred in downtown Mission, the cinema, music festivals, St. Andrews and Caledonia Society, May Day Celebrations, the fair, the Japanese people in Mission, women and work after the war, men after the war, the flood, the train station, train robbery, the fire hall, courtship, moving to Hamilton