SR-236 is a recording of an interview with LCM History Group conducted by Warren Sommer.
Track 1 - Introduces the interview and the members of the Langley Centennial Museum History Group involved in the interview.
Track 2 - Discussion of rationing during World War 2. Mention of the quality of tires and lack of stockings.
Track 3 - Discussion of the relationship between students from different communities at high school. Mention of transportation, driviers education, and working after school. Discussion of First Nations students and students of other nationalities.
Track 4 - Discussion of the reputation of Fort Langley for being a rough and wild place. Discussion of the reputation of Willoughby for being left wing, mention of communists.
Track 5 - Discussion of the consumer revolution - new technology and household appliances.
Track 6-7 - Discussion of the groups children and being a parent in the 1950's.
Track 8 - Discussion of the groups children and being a parent in the 1960's.
Track 9 - Discussion of a memory after the war when everybody went downtown.