SR-201.1: Tracks 1 - 4 discuss the Wilson family. The Wilson ranch, Burnside Ranch, and home are described.
Tracks 5 - 6 discuss neighbours to the Wilson farm, including the Harrison, Rook, and Berry families. Langley Prairie Elementary school is mentioned.
Track 7 discusses farm cores and the fair at Milner.
Track 8 discusses the Rook family.
Track 9 discusses the Swain family. The Boden family, the Ferguson farm, and the Blacklock (?) family are mentioned.
Track 10 discusses the Harrison family. The Berry family is also mentioned.
Track 11 describes swimming and picnics along the Nicomekl River.
Track 12 discusses the Depression.
Tracks 13 - 14 discuss Langley Prairie School and teachers.
Track 15 discusses businesses in Langley Prairie, including a number of local families.
Track 16 describes Plumridge's work in greenhouses. Queen Elizabeth is mentioned.
Tracks 17 - 22 discuss businesses in Langley. Grocers and butchers are named. Alf Marr's garage is mentioned. The Bonn family's hotel and Plewes' drugstore are discussed. A jeweller is mentioned. E. J. Cox and the Langley Advance are discussed.
Track 23 describes Mr. Wilson's real estate and insurance company.
Tracks 24 - 25 discuss high school. Mr. Mansor is mentioned. Local recreational activities are described. Local travel is discussed, including bicycles, the Patullo Bridge, and the interurban.
Track 26 discusses religious life in Langley. The Anglican Church and Young People's Group are discussed.
Track 27 describes Plumridge's work as a secretary for her father, in greenhouses, and in her husband's sandwich shop. University is also discussed.
Track 28 mentions local liquor stores.
SR-201.2: Track 1 introduces the interview.
Track 2 discusses the Langley Theatre and other entertainment venues in Langley.
Track 3 discusses World War II and Mr. Plumridge's service. The Langley reaction to war is described.
Track 4 discusses the Plumridge family.
Track 5 describes Plumridge's involvement with the Langley Centennial Museum.
Track 6 concludes the interview.