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Dorothy Kane interview
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1984-09-25 [date recorded] (Creation)
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These itwo interviews were recorded as part of Val Adolph's research into the history of Woodlands School.
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RECORDED: New Westminster (B.C.), 1984-09-25 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Dorothy Kane discisses the early career of her father, Dr. James Gordon McKay. Dr. Doherty. Childhood at Provincial Asylum; interaction with "Jack", a patient. Miss Maria Fillmore, matron of ;Asylum, 1897-1939. Domestic details. Grounds and buildings. School (St. Anne's convent). Essondale: the school, early days. "The Major Home", which became the Hollywood Sanitarium. TRACK 2: Dr. James Gordon McKay, founder of Hollywood Sanitarium. Mrs. Kane's life, from university on. Sale and later years of Hollywood Sanitarium. Sister and niece were dietitians at Riverview and Valleyview; Jean (McKay) Thomson and Betty Thomson.
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Val Adolph, 1984-11
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Reference cassette copy available in container 000443-302.
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Accession number(s): T4172
speaker: Dorothy Kane, interviewer: Val Adolph
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- Adolph, Val, 1936- (Contributor)
- Kane, Dorothy, 1904- (Contributor)
- British Columbia. Asylum for the Insane (New Westminster) (Subject)
- Doherty, Charles Edward, 1873-1920 (Subject)
- McKay, James Gordon, 1878-1954 (Subject)
- Woodlands School (New Westminster, B.C.) (Subject)
- Hollywood Hospital (New Westminster, B.C.) (Subject)
- Riverview Hospital, Essondale (Subject)