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This interview with Roy Clow continues on from tape fourteen. Roy begins by finishing a story about Finlayson's dam, and catching and cooking eels. Roy then talks about Jack Leeco's aluminum air-cooled touring car. The conversation then changes to black mitts on a fishing boat, and then on to other fishing superstitions. Roy then talks about fishing with Jim Davison and buying moonshine stills from Hickebaum. On the topic of moonshine, Roy then tells about Al Leblanc, a bootlegger in Charlottetown, and Dolphie White from Newfoundland. Roy then tells about the feud between the McGuigans and the McGees and McCairns. He goes on to tell about the relationship between Catholics and Protestants. The tape concludes with stories about Willie Dunn.
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Charlottetown, PE; Murray Harbour, PE;
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