Marion Sharpe discusses her life in Mission. She talks about where she was born, her parents’ and grandparents’ lives and livelihoods, and when she came to Mission. She recalls her marriage and domestic life, the effect of World War II on her family, and the 1948 flood. Other topics discussed are travel, the Mission Library, the Mission Museum and the Mission Archives.

Title: Mission History
Box: G
File: 6
Topic: Twentieth Century Mission
Interviewer: N/A
Interviee(s): Marion Sharpe
Date: May 2000
Scope: 2 audio tapes
Length: N/A
Summary: Marion Sharpe discusses her life in Mission. Topics covered include her birth, parents, grandparents, move to Mission, friends, marriage, children, wartime, the flood, travel, Mission Library, Mission Museum, Mission Archives