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101. Holden, Shirley. Shirley Holden Interview Sept 18 2013 Holden, Shirley. Shirley Holden Interview Sept 18 2013 Water Sources; Water Springs; An interview with Shirley Holden on September 18 2013 in her home in Shea Heights.

102. Dunn, Tony. Tony Dunn Interview, 24 July, 2013. Dunn, Tony. Tony Dunn Interview, 24 July, 2013. Water Sources; Water Springs; An interview with Tony Dunnon July 24 2013. Includes: How he knew how to find water; testing water; finding water; finding water for others; using well water; artesian wells; cleaning the well; trout in the well.

103. Dunn, Tony. Tony Dunn water dowsing demonstration 2. Dunn, Tony. Tony Dunn water dowsing demonstration 2. Water Sources; Water Springs; Andrea O'Brien tries her hand at finding water with wire dowsing sticks.

104. Boland, A. June 17, 2011. Crystal Braye and Julie Pomeroy interview Andrew Boland about root cellars, Boland, A. June 17, 2011. Crystal Braye and Julie Pomeroy interview Andrew Boland about root cellars, Outer Cove. Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; Andrew Boland explains what a root cellar is; describes his own cellar; the orientation of the cellar relative to the house and gardens; talks about the rock walls on his property; estimates the origin of the cellar and provides a history of its uses; discusses renovations; past and present landscape and placement of cellar; history of property ownership; restoring the land and structures after period of disuse; beach rocks on property from use of capelin as fertilizer; talks about rebuilding the cellar in 1978-9; recalls cellar usage as a child; discusses renovations that he has done himself in recent years and materials used; usage of cellar today; ventilation; recalls childhood memories of his grandfathers cellar and work on the farm; rockwalls; Use of cellar during active farming 1979-86; family division of crops; general memories of growing up around the root cellar; types of vegetables stored in the cellar.

105. Whelan's Lane Well, 2. Whelan’s Lane Well, 2. Water Sources; Water Springs; Andrew O'Brien took us up to the well and showed us around. The well was dug in part by his wife Dot's father many years ago. The house covering the well is wooden, and is nailed shut to keep the door closed and free from contaminants.

106. Ashbourne, Helen. Helen Ashbourne discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland Ashbourne, Helen. Helen Ashbourne discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland Employment; Nursing Ashbourne describes her time in nursing school at the General Hospital in St. John's. She also describes the nursing uniform for the time and working in x-ray, maternity and the quarantine ward, among many others.

107. Avery, Elizabeth. Elizabeth Avery discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland Avery, Elizabeth. Elizabeth Avery discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland Employment; Nursing Avery describes her time in nursing school while attending classes at The Salvation Army Grace Hospital School of Nursing in St. John's, NL in 1945. She talks about having soldiers as patients. Talks about working during the K of C fire during wartime. Avery also talks about working at the Grace Hospital.

108. Barnes, Gary. Gary Barnes discusses making leather works for high steel. 
 Barnes, Gary. Gary Barnes discusses making leather works for high steel. Architecture, building and construction; Barnes, Gary. Gary Barnes discusses making leather works for high steel, such as harnesses and belts.

109. Barron, Mary. Mary Barron discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland Barron, Mary. Mary Barron discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland Employment; Nursing Baron graduated from St. Clare's Mercy Hospital School of Nursing in 1949. Baron talks about why she choose a career in nursing and talks about her time as the ward supervisor at the Waterford Hospital

110. Barrett, Phyllis. Phyllis Barrett discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland Barrett, Phyllis. Phyllis Barrett discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland Employment; Nursing Barrett describes attending nursing school at the General Hospital School of Nursing, which she graduated from in 1941 and her experiences in the nursing field in Newfoundland during her career.

111. Father Duffy's well side view
 Father Duffy's well side view Water Sources; Water Springs; Behind the grotto and spring enclosure are shrubbery and flower bushes. The spring leads off from the grotto down a cobblestone path to a drain, which is 11 feet in length.

112. Roberts, Bertha, 2. Bertha Roberts discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland. Roberts, Bertha, 2. Bertha Roberts discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland. Employment; Nursing Bertha Roberts discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland.

113. Roberts, Bertha, 1. Bertha Roberts discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland. Roberts, Bertha, 1. Bertha Roberts discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland. Employment; Nursing Bertha Roberts discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland.

114. Cupids 3, Sea Forest Road, Cupids
 Cupids 3, Sea Forest Road, Cupids Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; Blue tarp covering cellar visible through trees.

115. Bruce (Pike), Margot. Margot (Pike) Bruce discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland Bruce (Pike), Margot. Margot (Pike) Bruce discusses nursing practices in Newfoundland Employment; Nursing Bruce graduated from the General Hospital School of Nursing in 1943 and describes the positions she held in nursing after graduation.

116. Whalen property well,1. Whalen property well,1. Water Sources; Water Springs; Bucky Whalen showed us a hole on his property under a rock where a barrel well used to be. It has since been removed.

117. Armitage root cellar, hatch entrance, Portland, Newfoundland. Armitage root cellar, hatch entrance, Portland, Newfoundland. Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; Cellar currently owned by Peter Armitage and Barb Neis, Portland, Goose Bay, Bonavista Bay. Dimensions are 2 m x 2.8 m x 1.65 m high. Access is through hatch in upper level shed. Concrete walls, with concrete floor covered by sawdust and planking. Sawdust on floor of roof for insulation purposes. Roof vent on the north side. Believed to have been built by Gilbert Ash in the 1920s and has been in continuous use. It was rebuilt by John Ash, son of Gilbert Ash, in the late 1990s. Peter Armitage and Barb Neis bought the property from the Ash family in 2009 and replaced the roof of the cellar in 2010. It is currently used to store cabbage, carrots, potatoes, and paint, and has also been used a beer cooler in the past.

118. Armitage root cellar, exterior, Portland, Newfoundland. Armitage root cellar, exterior, Portland, Newfoundland. Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; Cellar currently owned by Peter Armitage and Barb Neis, Portland, Goose Bay, Bonavista Bay. Dimensions are 2 m x 2.8 m x 1.65 m high. Access is through hatch in upper level shed. Concrete walls, with concrete floor covered by sawdust and planking. Sawdust on floor of roof for insulation purposes. Roof vent on the north side. Believed to have been built by Gilbert Ash in the 1920s and has been in continuous use. It was rebuilt by John Ash, son of Gilbert Ash, in the late 1990s. Peter Armitage and Barb Neis bought the property from the Ash family in 2009 and replaced the roof of the cellar in 2010. It is currently used to store cabbage, carrots, potatoes, and paint, and has also been used a beer cooler in the past.

119. Armitage root cellar, interior, Portland, Newfoundland. Armitage root cellar, interior, Portland, Newfoundland. Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; Cellar in Portland, Goose Bay, Bonavista Bay. Dimensions are 2 m x 2.8 m x 1.65 m high. Access is through hatch in upper level shed. Concrete walls, with concrete floor covered by sawdust and planking. Sawdust on floor of roof for insulation purposes. Roof vent on the north side. Believed to have been built by Gilbert Ash in the 1920s and has been in continuous use. It was rebuilt by John Ash, son of Gilbert Ash, in the late1990s. Peter Armitage and Barb Neis bought the property from the Ash family in 2009 and replaced the roof of the cellar in 2010. It is currently used to store cabbage, carrots, potatoes, and paint, and has also been used as a beer cooler in the past.

120. Cupids 2, Sea forest Road, Cupids
 Cupids 2, Sea forest Road, Cupids Architecture, building and construction; Buildings; Outbuildings; Root cellars; Cellar roof visible through trees.
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