Andrew, Wallace "Wally" Jenkins
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This interview is the fourth and final tape with Wallace "Wally" Jenkins Andrew of East Royalty, P.E.I. Wally begins by telling about how he met his wife Georgie Andrew (nee Matheson). He then talks about the Spanish Flu and the Halifax Explosion, and tells all about the search for what was apparently treasure buried by Captain Kidd. He then talks about selling cream to local ice cream parlours, his milk route, farming, and a finding some hidden rum. Wally then talks about potatoes, turnips, horses, his pet dog, pigs, mixed farms, and tractors. He goes on to talk about indoor plumbing, electricity, mussel mud, Wright's Bridge, Andrew's Pond, clothes, thrashing machines, and television. There is also mention of lime kilns, smoking, dances, and sleighs.
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East Royalty, PE; Wright's Bridge, PE; Charlottetown, PE; Andrew's Pond, PE
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1939, 1917, 1913, 1925, 1920s
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