Series 2008.6 - Accrual to Prince George Oral History Group Collection

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Accrual to Prince George Oral History Group Collection

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2008.6

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  • 1998-2005 (Creation)
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    Prince George Oral History Group

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67 audiocassettes - 8 computer discs - 17 transcripts

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([19-?]-)

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The Prince George Oral History Group is made up of volunteers from the community interested in collecting and preserving the memories of older citizens from the Prince George area. In addition to conducting oral history interviews and transcribing the tapes, the Group promotes the oral history process by training people in the practical, legal and ethical aspects of oral history.

Audio cassettes and transcripts of oral histories are deposited at the UNBC Archives as well as in other locations in the city of Prince George. This is an on-going project. Some of the interviewing is conducted in conjunction with the Prince George Retired Teachers Association.

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The Prince George Oral History Group fonds consists of audio recordings, floppy discs, and typed transcripts (bound & unbound) of oral interviews with residents of Prince George, including Bill Vinson, Jim and Louise Van Somer, Tom Allen, Wilbur Pond, Ruth Cunningham, Joyce Antonation, Joyce Short, Lorraine Knight, Bob and Neal Erhorn, Hill Larson, Ella Price, Ken Stanyer, Noreen Rustad, Bea Dezell, John and Gertrude Abrahams, Berenice Fisch, Audrey L'Heureux, Benjimen Meisner, Frank Hewlett, Terry Camozzi, Armand Denicola, Bert Irvine, Tom Norton, and Allan and Olga Stevens.

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Accession # 2008.6

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