SR-214.1: Tracks 1 - 2 discuss the Sherritt family, including Sherritt's parents Albert Sherritt and Daisy Craig. Albert Sherritt's work is discussed and the Sherritt farm is described.
Track 3 discusses Murrayville School. May Day and Christmas concerts are mentioned.
Track 4 discusses Sharon Church and the Young People's Society. Church and municipal picnics are described.
Tracks 5 - 6 continue to discuss Murrayville School and Langley High School. H. L. Mansor and Mrs. Bilton are mentioned. Junior and senior matriculation are described.
Track 7 discusses the outbreak of World War II and the reaction in Langley. Sherritt's teaching work at Milner School and Fort Langley School are discussed.
Track 8 briefly mentions Japanese inhabitants of Langley.
SR-214.2: Track 1 introduces the interview.
Track 2 continues to discuss Japanese inhabitants of Langley and internment.
Tracks 3 - 5 describe Sherritt's enlistment in the army and training. Sherritt's promotion to instructor is discussed.
Track 6 describes Sherritt's work as an instructor and life on a base. His marriage is mentioned.
Track 7 discusses differences between officers and enlisted men. The Canadian Women's Army Corps is mentioned.
Track 8 discusses the end of the war. Sherritt's work in the Veterans' Guard in German POW camps is mentioned.
Track 9 mentions war leaders in Japan and Germany.
SR-214.3: Track 1 introduces the interview.
Track 2 continues to discuss war leaders, including Hitler, Churchill, Chamberlain, Roosevelt, and Mackenzie King.
Track 3 describes Sherritt's discharge. The Welcome Home celebration in Langley is described.
Track 4 mentions the Holocaust.
Track 5 discusses the American-Iraqi wars in 1990 and 2003. The Legion is discussed.
Track 6 concludes the interview.