Item is a sound recording of High A. MacDonald.
File consists of two audio reels that feature sound recordings of of Dr. Leo W. Bertley of the United Negro Improvement Association discussing the organization and its history in Cape Breton.
Track listing is as follows:
- Came to Cape Breton in 1974 to do research, C.B. U.N.I.A. people involved
- Thesis to be controlled into book
- U.N.I.A. not a West Indian organization, people of African descent tied together
- Marcus Garvey, here on way to England
- A.O.C. in Pier, Bishop MacGuire, U.N.I.A., tried to make A.O.C. established church of organization
- Dr. Alvinus Calder, first president of organizations; W.E. Robertson was a later Bishop
- Phillis Family
- Sydney had three associations; West Indian and Black characteristics
- Various backgrounds, several different organizations; West Indians importance of education; Dr. Bertley's other interests
- A.O.C. has only one church in Canada and it's in Whitney Pier, do not want to be called Africans
- Marcus Garvey stressed the importance of maintaining archives
- Bertley met Garvey's son
Item is a sound recording of Alick Gillis and his Inverness Serenaders.