Audio
Interviewee(s):
Thomson (MacArthur), Lulu
Playing Time:
01:03:57
Interview Date(s):
2009-01-03
Interview Summary:
This is an interview with Lulu Thomson (nee MacArthur) of Elmsdale, PEI. In this interview Lulu talks about the her grandparents, lime kilns, eggs, homemade clothes, livery stables and inns in Elmsdale, pack peddlers, the mailman, parties, the family farm, the airbase in Sherbrooke, electricity and plumbing, storms, entertainment, horsepower, clothes, life during the 1930s, her husband John, shopping in Summerside, things she has made over the years, and various other topics.
Place(s) Discussed:
Elmsdale, PE; Sherbrooke, PE
Time(s) Discussed:
1930s, 1941, 1973, 1978, 1956
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