Aboriginal men on horseback
womencollectorsmenNative Americanheaddressesceremonial costumehorsesanimalsgaragebuildingMrs. Grandeson
Transcript of audio excerpt (edited by Interviewer): E- "So how did you get the photos from Mrs. Grandeson?" A- "She was a lady that… she collected all kinds of things. I should have wrote a book about her. She was born and raised here, but she taught in New Zealand, and travelled the world. She did… at eighteen years of age she was hired or worked for the RCMP and if anyone drowned in the lake, she was a strong swimmer that she could… she dove and recovered bodies. She did many things that other people didn’t do. Very many things. And she collected things of all kinds of nature. And she saved some pictures. And it took a long time before she would give me any. She was wary of giving anything away. Even to loan them to me, she didn’t want to. Later on she got to… she gave me stuff. If she ever wanted it back, I would bring it back to her. And she had cottage up at the lake here, but she had a summer home at a small lake in the hills up here called Coyote Lake. And she bought an old one-room country school, and moved in there, and lived there. She gardened."