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Catalog Number 1998.51.22
Object Name Videotape
Title Interview with James Kelso
Date 05/21/1998
Year Range from 1998
Year Range to 1998
Description Black plastic video tape with clear plastic tape. Interview with James Kelso who talks about his African heritage, coming to Guelph, growing up on a farm, bartering with neighbours, racism, making homebrew in the basement, church, interracial marriages, social activities for black people in town and on the farm, music, leaving Guelph to live in Montreal, positive side of the Depression, life at McGill University, meeting his wife, touring the US with his band, returning to Guelph, second marraige, changes in Guelph, Downtown Guelph, living in the Ward, unions at the Homewood, Biltmore Hats, Black community gone by the 1960s, Guelph Carribean society, etc.
People Kelso, James
Forsberg, Liz
Search Terms Downtown Guelph
Carden Street
Ward (The)
Unions
Biltmore Hats Limited
Homewood Health Centre
Choo-Choo Bar
Guelph Carribean Society
BME Church
Subjects SOCIAL HISTORY
ETHNIC - BLACK
ARTS - MUSIC
MEDICAL
RELIGION
RELIGION - CHURCHES
COMMERCIAL - BARBERS
EDUCATION - SCHOOLS
AGRICULTURE - FARMING
UNIONS
ORGANIZATIONS