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Reel 2.

One audio reel. Side 1. Material on this reel was reproduced latter part of 1962. Nov. 7/60 - preachers. Music - beyond the sunset; Amirah; Vale Owen; Walter; John Welsley; Hymn - he lifted me; Swedenborg; Dr. Hoffman; Garnet Schultz - refers to July 1961 - mentions the university.

Side 2. Thursday Sept. 3/62 rescue night. Music - at evening; Amirah - opens meeting; Billy Sunday; Rev. William Dynes - pastor of Baptist Church Elmira - mentions G. Steiss; Lord Twelvetrees - this is exceptional; Indian Boy - Brantford reservation - manifests drowning accident - Pelle Point; Walter Brown - recovered from tragedy; Joe Meinzinger. Reel ran off.

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Reel 6.

One audio reel. Side 1. July 5/62 Thurs. Rescue night. 1. General Booth - introduction; 2. John Kelly; 3. Brown family; 4. A flyer's predicament.
Side 2. July 10/62. Masters night. 1. Amirah - speaks on science of surgery - health herbs; 2. Rajah; 3. Oti - speaks of buried cities and cities beneath ocean; 4. Ling Chow - speaks of Gobi Desert goes back 22 thousand years; 5. Walter - speaks of Ling Chow.

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Reel 55.

One audio reel. Side 1. Thurs. Feb. 13/65 rescue night. Message from J.F.K. through world of spirit; Music - smiling through; Amirah - spoke of tremendous power and light; Irishman O'Connell - spoke of experience when shot during Fenian raid; Harvey Sims - lawyer - was attracted through conversation before meeting. Was followed by Judge Ward Bowlby - who spoke of experiences in this area. Spoke of many talks he has had with martial law; Walter - closes.

Side 2. Tues. Feb. 18/64 master's night. Music - in the garden; Amirah - asked for consideration as masters asked him to take the full time if necessary. Spoke on the divine paradox. Made many comparisons. This is a talk worth repetition. Spoke at great length; Ben Jus Assif - congratulated our class on their marvelous talks given to us by Amirah. We were pleased at his coming on the concentrated thoughts of two sitters. He gives healing power to many at one and the same time; Walter - closes with appropriate remarks.
Note: has been transferred to cassette.

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Reel 56.

One audio reel. Side 1. April 2/64 Thurs. visiting night. Music - whispering hope; Amirah - great pleasure for him to cross threshold after a great crisis which has a purpose; Dr. Hoffman & Dr. Hall - both amazed and pleased at the good recovery; Nelda Smith - reviewed preparatory work for rescue night. Referred to Anna Olson; Dt. Still - apologized for interruptions. Marvelled at skill of the surgeons; Mrs. Schultz - hello Garnet, pleased with way everything is going; Happy Wolfe - referred to activity at cottage; Mrs. Massel - spoke of spring and flowers; C. S. Smith - have had exciting few weeks keeping power alive; Billy Snow - to Mrs. Lacey. Glad to see Tom again; Golden Star - many lessons were learned; Margurite - expressed full appreciation of efforts to keep channel open.

Side 2. Wed. April 8/64 rescue night. Music - it is no secret; Amirah - aware of efforts to help those in darkness and sufferers; Miko Potluk - Eskimo - spoke in English. Referred to earthquake and destruction by tidal wave at Anchorage; Captain Chisholm - spoke at length. Outlining the condition of what he believed to be survivors; Nelda Smith - wasn't that something explained how they operate in the rescue work; Jennie Fotheringham - explained how plane hit mountain. Came from Suffolk, England; General Douglas McArthur - deplores all the ceremony and pomp. Does not wish to be hurried wants peace and quietness. you indeed are the real generals to command; Walter - closes with appropriate remarks; Closing paragraph - M. Ghandi by Sheen.

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Reel 58.

One audio reel. Side 1. Wed. May 6/64 visiting night. Music - now the day is over; Amirah - opening remarks wishes success; Anna; Bertram - nice to come; Mrs. Jardine's son - brought in by Frank and David Bremner; C.S. Smith - pleased to speak; Nelda Smith - made good progress with rescue in last sitting; Happy Wolfe - reported on rendezvous; Garnet's mother - referred to tree; Mr. Heaps' father - explains his recent paintings; John Gordon - remember how I was convinced; Homer Watson - used spirit horn; Mrs. Heap's grandfather - watching events; Mrs. Massel - gives advice to Charlie; Mrs. Dudley - to George - don't worry; Walter - closes meeting with a few remarks.

Side 2. Thurs. May 14/64 master's night. Music - it is no secret; Amirah - former moments of time and philosophies were not recorded in the same manner as today when voices can be heard through modern recording methods. Elaborated on the importance of pineal gland and its deterioration but has auxiliary power. Interesting discussion followed; Ben Jus Assif - sometimes perplexed as the philosophy propounded, but is pleased at the results you are getting. You're having a wonderful evening; Walter - closes with few fitting remarks. Referred to his picture in room.

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Reel 60.

One audio reel. Side 1. Wed. June 3/64 visiting night. Music - salvation army band; Amirah - opened with few appropriate remarks; Mahatma Ghandi - wished to correct wrong impression; Nelda - busy in rescue work; Mrs. Schmeider - enjoying concepts of a new life; Oscar Smith - brother of O.G.S. glad to be with old folks. Progressing; C.S. Smith - greatest desire fulfilled in bringing Oscar here; Mrs. Massel - to Charlie. Everything in good shape. Will be nice summer; Mr. Heap - to art, continued interest in painting; Garnet's mother - concept different now; Mrs. Heap's mother - glad to come; Mrs. Dudley - to George, described vividly manifestation; Happy Wolfe - many people here all have good time; Dr. Hoffman; Dr. Hall - brought greetings; Walter - closes.

Side 2. Mon. Tues. 8/64 master's night. Music - Beethoven andante; Amirah - spoke of the nature immortal aspects of us. Elaborated on the mystical and ethereal aspects of dreams. Interesting discussion followed; Great Bear - guide to the late Gordon Steiss. Manifested. Describing his experiences; Swedenborg - in introducing Robert Ingersoll, said that Ingersoll had created a vacuum and forgot in his enthusiasm to substitute the true experience; Robert Ingersoll - explains his position. Was not the rebel people thought. Spoke very brilliantly. Promised to come back again; Walter - closes, wishing Mr. Smith a pleasant and safe journey to the states.

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Reel 61.

One audio reel. Side 1. Wed. June 17/64 rescue night. Music - when they ring those golden bells; Amirah - an appropriate introductory. Congratulated sitters for efforts in this service; Captain Sangroft - difficulty in convincing the captain that the ship went down. All were drowned. Finally realized what had happened; Irishman - was injured and passed on while gathering peat; Donald Flaherty - legs fractured since 1960, after falling over cliff; Martha Hollinger - feels so light as if slightest breeze would blow her away. Had been travelling form England to Spain. Mentioned names of some of those who had shown her the light and helped her and friends; Walter - closes appropriate remarks.

Side 2. Music by Korah Pandit at the pipe organ: ode to a desert love, the swan, liebestraum, rest for the weary, magnetic theme, ode to a lotus blossom, ebbtide, Schubert's serenade, beautiful dreamer, Handel's largo.

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Reel 65.

One audio reel. Side 1. Sat. Aug. 15/64 sitting at round lake. Amirah - opening remarks; Happy Wolfe - gave a long talk on life of Indians in the old days; Running Deer - spoke of experience with Matthew; C.S. Smith - mentioned various modes of travel; Nelda Smith - greeted all thanks for help given on rescue night; Garnet's mother - confirmed his question as to her helping Nelda in the rescue work; Dr. Hoffman - had been looking forward to coming here; Professor Hall - came even though Charlie is not here. Tell Charlie not to eat sour apples; Walter - closes with few remarks.

Side 2. Tues. Aug. 18/64 master's night opening part was accidentally not recorded. Music - greensleeves; Amirah - spoke at length on the physical manifestation of mind- namely the aura; Thomas Edison - friends and co-workers gathered to listen to the great teacher. Wishes to express his feelings toward electronics. Spoke of development of electric light; Thomas Beckett - came many years ago. Left a message. Was Archbishop killed in cathedral several hundred years ago. Met many masters; Walter - a lot of power expended must close door.

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Reel 66.

One audio reel. Side 1. Thurs. July 30/64 visiting night. Music - dreams; Amirah - few words of encouragement; Nelda Smith - came first. Congratulated all for the great day at the opening of the new office; Nurse Falkenburg - glad Karl could come. Has been busy in the East; Carl Zinkann - thanks Charlie Massel for his good thoughts; Dr. Hoffman - spoke of tremendous plans at the college; Dr. Hall - greeted all friends; Mrs. Massel - to Charlie; Gordon Steiss - told of some of his experiences; C.S. Smith - was proud of O.G. Smith at opening of office. Referred to the big clock; Happy Wolfe - referred to fish; White Eagle - tells George he follows him on trail; Mrs. Dudley - hello George many friends here tonight; Walter - closes meeting with a few remarks.

Side 2. Tues. Sep. 1/64 master's night. Music - how great thou art; Amirah - conversion of Moses. Tribulations can bring peace; Goethe - first attempt to come here had many visions. Had not before seen such a light as you present here; Emmanuel Swedenborg - he could have said the eternal light. Excuses Goethe's first and short visit; Titicaca - pleased to come on heels of one who uses nice words; Golden Star - Evangeline not here tonight. All is well with her and Matthew. Running Deer looking after boy; Dr. Hoffman - Reviewed the message of the great teacher; Professor Hall - will bring you interpretations; Rajah - my light comes clear to you. My blessings; Margurite - says hello. Shall always come here; Walter - closes with appropriate remarks; message from Chesterfield.

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Reel 67.

One audio reel. Side 1. Tues. Sept. 15/64 master's night. Music - green sleeves; Amirah - spoke on precepts and concepts of the Christian religion; Mahatma Gandhi - spoke of his continued interest in the spiritual progress of the Hindu people. Referred to responsibility of Shastri; Nehru - spoke of difficulty in manifesting; Margurite - inspires O.G. Smith's playing. Is with him; Morning Star - to Evangeline. Is helping a teacher in Chicago; Rama - came as Abdul Bai Hai have been with you long, giving influence; White Eagle - to George - follows him; Swedenborg - his principles not followed as intended; Rameses - spoke of empire; Happy Wolfe - also Prince Titicaca. To Garnet. Spoke of costume; Walter - closes meeting.

Side 2. Wed. Sept. 23/64 visiting night. Music - in the garden; Amirah - a few well chosen opening remarks; Morning Star - to Evangeline; Nelda Smith - spoke of her being chief of rescue; Mrs. Schmeider - pleased with work she now does; George Stowe - gave words of encouragement to O.G. Smith; Grey Eagle - to O.G.S.; Happy Wolfe - jolly as usual. Spoke at length; Father of George Louth - tried to come for long time. Has been with Mrs. Dudley a lot. Garnet's mother - to Garnet; Mr. Heap's father - is painting many murals; Edward Dawson - to Edith. Told how he loved music; Dr. Hoffman - spoke encouragingly to Garnet; Dr. Hall - glad to come even though Charlie Massel not here; Walter - closes with usual fitting remarks.

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Reel 68.

One audio reel. Side 1. Tues. Sept. 29/64 master's night. Music - star of hope; Amirah - spoke of the foundation of all religion; Nostradamus - spoke very convincingly of his ability to forecast coming events; Ben Jus Assif - agreed that light should be shed on the imitation of the cross. All is symbolic; Morning Star - am taking care of everything away from here; Rameses - you were speaking about that, which I have often; Serapis - an ancient Greek master. Aristotle, Plato have been his students. Build your temple but make sure you go in to pray; Walter - closes meeting in usual excellent manner.

Side 2. Wed. Oct. 7/64 rescue night. Music - nearer my God to thee; Amirah - I shall step aside and take my place in this important task of service; Carl Hackley - a celebrated American sculptor, asphyxiated in the Belgium Congo. Very thankful after finding himself; Richard the Lion Heart - was in confusion for over 800 years. Was Richard of France, thought fighting still going on; Irishman Flanigan - fell off Empire State Building at about 15th floor. Very interesting; Walter - closes meeting.

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Reel 69.

One audio reel. Side 1. Tues. Oct. 13/64 master's night. Music - door of my heart; Amirah - spoke of necessity of keeping our balance during these days of contentions and confusion. Wonderful forces are coming. Introduces origin of Alexandria; Origin - a teacher, spoke of teachings of early Christianity, also spoke of the mysteries of Greek mythology. Discussion followed; John Wesley - says, take was wonderful. Did not think we could reach so far into the past. We are all linked together into bringing this enlightenment to all mankind. Referred to William Stead, who got his start in this wonderful work. Discussion of auras and communication followed; Walter - closes with few remarks. Was pleased the origin came. This is a great step of advancement. Is a great teacher, has many schools.

Side 2. Thurs. Oct. 22/64 visiting night. Music - when they ring those golden bells; Amirah - spoke encouragingly of events in China; George Stowe - helping to straighten out difficulties; Garnet's mother - everything fine; Mr. Heap's father - am steadily going on. Nelda now chief rescue director; Happy Wolfe - big things happen boy had a lot of fun; Nelda - congratulated for appointment. Congratulated O.G. Smith on 80th birthday. Love to you all; Dr. Still - developed school of osteopathy; Grey Feather - wished peace of plenty to all; Isaac Newton - law of gravity; Dr. Hoffman - this is more than temple; Professor Hall - have enjoyed everything; Mrs. Massel - to Charlie; Golden Star - will be on Christmas tree again; Mrs. Heap's grandfather & Mrs. Dudley - both give messages; Walter - closes.

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Reel 70.

One audio reel. Side 1. Tues. Oct. 27/64 master's night. Music - a mighty fortress; Amirah - spoke of ancient temples; Isaac Newton - comes again, Voltaire gave me the thought of law of gravity, not the falling apple. Travelled to other planets; Emanuel Swendeborg - pleased with our gathering. Predicted his passing. Meets his friend John Wesley; Margurite - music attracted me; Golden Star - will be with you at Christmas; Rameses - saw seeds planted, are now maturing; Dr. Hoffman - referred to changes at old alma matter to Garnet; Professor Hall - has good thoughts; Prince Titicaca - brings greetings; Walter - referred to by Dr. Hall as the gracious gentle man. Glad to be here. Walter closes in capable manner.

Side 2. Wed. Nov. 4/64 rescue night. Music - salvation army band; Amirah - wished us a successful night. Spoke a short time on presidential election; Captain Littlechild - speaks for another soldier in black hole of Calcutta, welcomed by his brother, Robert; Sailor from ship Marie Celeste 1812; Jzenka Venezaloski - investigating our light, tells of space tragedy in rocket; Walter - talks about Russia and China and closes meeting.

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Reel 71.

One audio reel. Side 1. Tues. Nov. 10, 1964 masters. Music; Amira - speaks of absence of master of ceremonies, Mr. Smith was in hospital at this time. Speaks of the sun god Osiris and the indifference of the Arabs to all the culture of the pharaohs; Dr. Johnson - speaks of taking care of Mr. Smith in a moment of silence; Albert Einstein - speaks on electronics to Carl; Margurite - speaks of being with Mrs. Smith. Nelda also speaks; Dr. Hoffman - short add to Garnet; Dr. Hall - speaks to Charlie; Ben Yus Assif - speaks; Walter - concludes.

Side 2. Wed. Nov. 18 1964 visiting. Music; Amira - opens meeting with a few remarks; Charles Dickens - reviews some of his experiences, speaks to some length; White Eagle - to George; Happy Wolf - to Garnet; Golden Star - to Evangeline; Rama - speaks; Nelda - speaks to Evangeline; Mr. Heap - on art, to A. Heap; Mrs. Heap - mother and grandpa; Mrs. Schultz - to Garnet; Mrs. Massel - to Charlie; Walter - closes the meeting.

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Reel 72.

One audio reel. Side 1. Dec. 2 1964 rescue night. Music - lead us gently on father; Amira - opens meeting, leaves his blessings for success; Walter Harvey - trapped and killed in the congo. Asks for help and explains conditions there. Spoke of Africa for some length of time; Mrs. Carrington - left by plane from London to New York, realizes something interrupted flight from New York; John Wainright - lost at sea near Panama Canal 1961; Lord Twelvetress - came back to thank us for what we did for him; Walter - closes meeting.

Side 2. Dec. 8 1964 masters night. Music; Amira - speaks to some length about the origin of Christmas. Symbolism of events concerning this time of Appolonius and Ben Yus Assif as being appropriate examples of the true Christian life. Speaks of Moses, Amyses, shepherd kings and the Hykos; Origen - has noted that much which he was prevented from contributing to the early Christian life is now common practice in its rituals; Serapis - speaks; Josarius - speaks; Ben Yus Assif - concludes.

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Reel 75.

One audio reel. Side 1. Dec. 22 1964 masters. Music - our father which art in heaver Ernie Ford; Amira - speaks on the spirit of Christmas and the druid during the Roman conquest; Swedenbourg - gives a very enlightening talk; Origen - adds to the comments of our teacher; Ben Yus Assif - a very good talk about Christmas; Walter - concludes.

Side 2. Dec. 30 1964 rescue. Music - Christmas chimes; Amira - speaks about the rescue work; Al Farrel - pilot of plane that crashed near Detroit Dec. 29th brought other pilots and passengers through. Mentions Frank and David Bremner who give help; Mr. Michell - store keeper recently passed over, remembered something Mr. Smith has told him about survival; Former Mayor Minezinger - comes to thank us for talking to Michell; Capt. Alverida - who went down with ship in the seventeen hundreds, knew Capt. Kidd; Walter - thanks us and closes meeting.

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Reel 77.

One audio reel. Thursday March 26, 1965 rescue. Amirah - opens meeting speaks of computer; Air pilot - from Peterborough; Jack Stewart - who's home was at Nova Scotia; Jim Anderson - copilot, also lost; Jack Richardson - another pilot lost, did quite some talking; Frank Bremner - gives good report of his father prospector - trapped in old mind 1879 Yukon; Mr Mackentire - Mr. Smith; Walter - closes meeting.

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Reel 78.

One audio reel. Side 1. Masters night Tuesday April 13, 1964. Amira - speaks on the law of correspondence and discusses many other things; Golden Star - gives quite a long message to Evangeline; Bertram - tells of his promotion and talks about time; Blue Snake - speaks of coming of white man; Professor Hall - talks about the people of India and other countries; Dr. Hoffman - a few remarks about Waterloo University.

Side 2. Visiting Friday December 18, 1964. Amira - opens meeting speaks about the original Christmas; Mr. Smith's father joins in Xmas thoughts; Happy Wolf; Running Deer - speaks of Matthew; Mrs. Steiss - was mentioned; Mrs. Nelda Smith - spoke of Christmas; Mrs. Heap's mother; Garnet's mother - to Garnet; Mrs. Massel; Mr. Heap's uncle - has very much to say about Africa; Mr. Heap's father - talks of his painting; Walter - closes meeting.

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Reel 80.

One audio reel. Side 1. Rescue Wed. June 30, 1965. Music; Amira - opens meeting; Jus Ross Regas - lost on place to Lisbon, was wealthy rancher, wanted to pay us for help; John Clarke - pilot of plane that crashed; David Stevenson - killed by polar bear while north with Esquimose [Eskimo]; Bertram - closes meeting.

Side 2. Visiting June 17, 1965. Music; Amira - opens meeting; Mr. Smith - with usual greetings to O.G. Smith; Happy Wolf - to Garnet; Mrs. Schultz - to Garnet and all; Mrs. Massel - speaks to Charlie; Mrs. Heap's grandpa - to Mrs. Heap; Mr. Heap's father - to Mr. Heap; Nelda - speaks to some length about rescue activities; Ma Clemmer - to Mr. O.G. Smith; Dr. Hoffman - to Garnet; Dr. Hall - speaks to Charlie; Bertram - closes meeting.

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Reel 7.

One audio reel. Side 1. The unidentified wise man. Music. Introductions - T. Lacey. Jan 19/61 - Amirah - speaks of coming events. Feb 21/61 - Amirah - speaks of new era - introduces scientists. Jan. 10/61 - Amirah - introduces noted preachers. Jan. 23/62 - Amirah - speaks of coming converging of planets. Feb. 2/62 - Amirah - again refers to converging of planets. Feb. 4/62 - Amirah - again planets. Opening of sitting - Feb. 6/62. Music - sun of my soul. Invocation - T. Lacey. Amirah - interpretation past, present and coming events. Music - beautiful saviour. June 8/62 - Amirah - appropriate. Opening remarks for visiting night.. Blessed be the tie that binds.

Side 2: Music - lead kindly light. 1. Amirah; 2. Yus Assif - the master a worthwhile discourse; 3. Oti - master to Mrs. Heap; 4. Ramesis; 5. Margurite; 6. Music; 7. Thos. Edison; 8. Disraelei [Disraeli]; 9. MacKenzie King; 10. Mrs. Cadwallader; 11. Rama Pasha; 12. Happy Wold - Inca prince; 13. Bertram and Anna; 14. Walter - closes.

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Reel 81.

One audio reel. Side 1. Masters Tuesday June 22, 1965. Music; Amira - speaks to some length on matters of civilizations and akashirness; Martin Luther - speaks about Dead Sea scrolls.

Side 2. Visiting June 17, 1965. Music; Amira - opens meeting; Mr. Smith - with the usual talk greetings to O.G. Smith; Happy Wolf - to Garnet; Mrs. Schults - to Garnet and all; Mrs. Massel - speaks to Charlie; Mrs. Heap's grandpa - speaks to Mrs. Heap; Mr. Heap's father - to Mr. Heap; Nelda - speaks to some length about rescue activities; Ma Clemmer - to Mr. Smith; Dr. Hoffman - to Garnet; Dr. Hall - speaks to Charlie; Bertram - closes the meeting.

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Reel 82.

One audio reel. Side 1. Masters night Nov. 23, 1965. Rescue Nov. 17, 1965. Music; Amirah - opens meeting; Hitei Song- speaks for his friends; Mr. H. Krug - recently passed over; Lady from Mt. Hope - lost on burning ship out from Bermuda; Railway engineer - lost one hundred years ago in snow slide; Bertram - closes meeting. Music; Amirah - meditation from Mr. Heap now in hospital then gives long address; Ben Yus Assif - spoke on matters of great importance; Mr. Heap's father - discusses progress of Arthur now in hospital; Dr. Hoffman - speaks in terms of new concepts on religion; Professor Hall - makes himself known with few words; Bertram - draws the curtain.

Side 2. Masters Oct. 26, 1965 Rescue Nov.3, 1963. Music; Amirah - analysing self; Dr. Hoffman - speaks to some length; Professor Hall - takes up the theme; Martin Luther - gives long talk and mentions dead sea scrolls; Rama Mandato - talks on Stonehenge; Bertram - closes meeting. Music; Amriah - opens rescue service. Professor of Toronto College 1 of 4 lost on underwater exploration seeks help and tells of their misadventure; Charles Jaimet - speaks to some length, as he knew the professor; Ralph Christianson - comes also; Bertram - closes the meeting.

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Reel 83.

One audio reel. Side 1. Rescue Dec. 30 1965. Music; Amirah - opens meeting and speaks to some length with greetings to all; Bertram - has a few words to say and opens door; John Reinbaum - tells of trying to end his life by drowning but to no avail. Pain all gone and asks for help; John Shepard - driller on oil rig in Northsea, brings American for rescue; Mohamed - comes for help and tells of many lost in Arabia; Yus Ben Assif - brings his blessings to all; Walter and Bertram - closes meeting.

Side 2. masters Jan 4, 1966. Music; Amirah - speaks of coming events in this new year; Ben Yus Assif; promises good guidance this new year; Rama Mandato - speaks of festivities before Christian times; Dr. Hoffman - brings greetings to Garnet and all; Prof Hall - spoke of conditions in India; Bertram - closes meeting.

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Reel 84.

One audio reel. Side 2. Visiting night Dec. 2, 1965. Music; Amira - opens meeting with few remarks; M. Smith's father - comments on preparations for xmas; Mama Clements - visits a while; Happy Wolf - has long conversation with Garnet; Running Deer - comments about Matthew; Grey Wolf - to M. Smith; Golden Star - with message to Evangeline; M. Bremmer - talks of his passing over to spirit; Chief Mountain Goat - introduces himself to Mrs. Smith; Nelda - speaks of her work in rescue; Mrs. Schultz - greetings to Garnet; Mrs. Massell - with encouraging message to Charlie; Mr. Heap - with good message to Arthur; Bertram - closes meeting.

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Reel 86.

One audio reel. Case reads "Chicago." Also includes one item of correspondence from Marjorie to Mrs. John R. (Mable) Boyle.

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Reel 430.

One audio reel. Reel 430 7-10-66. At Smith's. Dedication of temple. Tom talks. Also includes one business card from John R. Boyle.

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Reel 7.

One audio reel. Side 1. Dec. 22 Christmas séance. Side 2. Dec. 27 final séance for 1960.

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1958 recording.

One audio reel. Side 1. 1958 I walked in the garden; Kiwanis - my creed; selections - St. Matthew's address, a number of selections, announcing the recordings.
Side 2. 50th anniversary at hospital. A few words to friends; the bells of St. Mary's; oh promise me; smiling through; blessed be the tie that binds; Tennessee waltz; salut damur elcar; striking of hour; song of songs; home sweet home.

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February, March, April 1966.

One audio reel. Side 1. Tues. Feb. 15/66 masters. Amirah; Dr. Hoffman; Black Foot Bay; Professor Hall - spoke of India; Bertram - closes.
Tues. Mar. 1/66 masters. Music - Magnussen; Amirah; Ben Jus Assif; Rama; Dr. Hoffman; Dr. Hall; Bertram - closes.
Tues. Apr. 12/66 masters. Amirah - Easter message; Ramah; Marguerite; Dr. Hoffman; Dr. Hall; Bertram - closes.

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Group and Simons and Boyles.

One audio reel. Side 1. 449 Dec. 21, 1966. Group at Boyles, master speaks of his life.
Side 2. 447 Nov. 30, 1966. Group at Simons, esoteric.
Also includes one item of correspondence addressed "Dear Edna" from Marjorie.

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Reel 8.

One audio reel. Side 1: July 24, 1962 Masters night. Music - faith of our masters; 1. Amirah - the mysterious things of life; 2. Yus Assif - the master; 3. Walter - closes.

Side 2: August 15, 1962. Rescue. Hymn - God understands 1. Amirah - opening remarks; 2. White Russian - caught revolution in 1918 drowned at sea reunited with her family; 3. Walter - makes remarks; 4. Oliver Cromwell - very indignant that we invade his privacy; 5. William Pitt - shows him the light; 6. Walter; 7. Walter Brown - speaks of his sickness and financial difficulties; 8. John Dorshman - was killed in a factory in Waterloo; 9. Edward Dawson - killed in Mesopatania [Mesopotamia]; 10. Dr. Hoffman - few good remarks; 11. Walter - closes.

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March 16.

One audio reel. Original envelope reads "A. March 16 masters. 1/2 inch of reel vacant. B. Date - Orchest[?] masters. 1/2 inch empty."

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