Duffy, Joseph

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    Very poor quality recording, voices inaudible
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    Quality slightly improved-Music playing, singing, mouth organ
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    Peter Dunn, making medicine from tree bark, Richmond, Grand Point, windmills, farms, story about the French burying treasure in Grand Point shore
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    Walking in the dark, superstitions, ghost stories; rowboat disappearing, cow path connecting to Charlottetown, stove turning upside down by itself. Peter Dunn was deaf, great courage, story about lights on in an empty house
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    Old pictures, Joes father farmed, no education, helping the farm, father died in 1911
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    Tape break
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    Talks about Leo Garland, (tape cuts out a bit at the beginning), being born crippled and getting around on hands and knees. Leo could mimic Johnny's voice
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    Tape cuts, very muffled
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    Tells tories about Jim Smith, doctors, boats, winter, and lighting fires.
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    Story about a deaf man at confession, and the priest.
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    Story about Pete leaving church
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    Story about Jack Stewart sneaking into a shoe store and pretending to be a worker.
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    Mentions Joe Simpson. Recalls Margie Dunn who was run over by a truck. Her sisters Alice May and Annie died before her. She worked at the same job for 40 years.
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    Story about a man in the woods who got lice and was told he could kill them with "blue butter".