From the Vaults: Audio from Edmonton's Past

An Interview with Maude Page

February 10, 2021 Season 1 Episode 11
From the Vaults: Audio from Edmonton's Past
An Interview with Maude Page
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From the Vaults: Audio from Edmonton's Past
An Interview with Maude Page
Feb 10, 2021 Season 1 Episode 11

On this episode, David Leonard and Maude Page discuss her marriage to J. Percy Page and the evolution of the Edmonton Public School system in their August 2nd, 1977 interview. Page also provides some insight into the Edmonton Grads and their travels to Europe.

Maude Page is very soft-spoken in this interview. We have tried to amplify it as best we can, but headphones are highly recommended. 

Cover Image: EA-715-133
https://cityarchives.edmonton.ca/klondike-breakfast

Associated Records:
https://cityarchives.edmonton.ca/edmonton-grads-club-fonds

This interview was originally recorded on a 5 inch open reel tape and was digitized by an archivist on August 24th, 2020. 

These interviews were recorded in the 1960s, 70s, and 80s. Both social attitudes and language standards have changed since that time.  Some opinions expressed and language used may be offensive to listeners today.

Show Notes

On this episode, David Leonard and Maude Page discuss her marriage to J. Percy Page and the evolution of the Edmonton Public School system in their August 2nd, 1977 interview. Page also provides some insight into the Edmonton Grads and their travels to Europe.

Maude Page is very soft-spoken in this interview. We have tried to amplify it as best we can, but headphones are highly recommended. 

Cover Image: EA-715-133
https://cityarchives.edmonton.ca/klondike-breakfast

Associated Records:
https://cityarchives.edmonton.ca/edmonton-grads-club-fonds

This interview was originally recorded on a 5 inch open reel tape and was digitized by an archivist on August 24th, 2020. 

These interviews were recorded in the 1960s, 70s, and 80s. Both social attitudes and language standards have changed since that time.  Some opinions expressed and language used may be offensive to listeners today.